What makes the perfect village and why do we as a nation love them so much? From a shortlist of over 400 applicants, Penny, and her team of 3 expert village judges (archaeologist and village historian Alex Langlands; garden designer Juliet Sargeant who broke ground as the first black designer at the Chelsea Flower show and went on to win the gold medal; and fashion designer and presenter of The Great British Sewing Bee Patrick Grant) scour the country for the very best, and crown one village ‘Village of the Year’. Tonight (Saturday 20th January) five villages from this week’s heats go head-to-head for a spot in the grand final and the chance to win Village of the Year and the £10,000 prize m
John Gregory-Smith will be appearing on your tv screens this weekend on C4s Sunday Brunch from 9.30am. If you're not up early enough on a Sunday, you can set your recordings to catch him cooking up a storm and talking about all his travels. See you there!
Candice Brown and her partner Matt Evers hit the ice again this weekend after a stunning performance last week. They have been working incredibly hard this week and we think you'll see the results! Make sure you tune in on Sunday night to watch them. Dancing on Ice on ITV from 6pm. Make sure you download the DOI app so that you can show your support and make your vote count. You can get the app here: iOS: http://apple.co/2E1flsJ Android: http://bit.ly/2CMMsks On your marks, get ready, SKATE!
The final round of voting for the NTAs has been announced and Paul has been nominated for an award in the Best Judge category. Don't worry if you haven't voted yet! Voting doesn't close until Midday on the 23rd and you can still register you vote here Good luck to all the nominees!
Brendan is starting his 2018 tour on the 18th January in Sheffield and then moving across the UK and Ireland until the end of March. You can book your tickets here but if you can't wait to see the show, get a little preview below: