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  • The X Factor 2016 - Saturday 3 September auditions video 1

    Fri 02 Sep 2016

    Simon admits his mistake. Janet Grogan returns to audition, after losing out on a place at Simon’s Judges’ House in 2014, something which Simon admits was a mistake.

  • Cold Feet

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    2 of 8

    Transmission: Mon 12 Sep 2016

    BAFTA winning comedy drama Cold Feet returns, reuniting James Nesbitt, Robert Bathurst, Hermione Norris, John Thomson, and Fay Ripley.

  • Victoria

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    4 of 8

    Transmission: Sun 11 Sep 2016

    Victoria and Albert manage to offend each other within minutes of his arrival. Albert’s brother Ernest encourages him to flirt, but Albert is utterly humiliated by the situation.

  • Go For It

    Ep

    3 of 6

    Transmission: Sat 10 Sep 2016

    Go For It, hosted by Stephen Mulhern, aims to discover the weirdest and most unique skills that our nation has to offer and put them to the test.

  • New ITV Daytime promo

    Mon 29 Aug 2016

    The stars of ITV Daytime return from their summer breaks on Monday 5th September. 

  • The X Factor 2016 - Saturday 27 August auditions video 4

    Fri 26 Aug 2016

    North Weezy London rapper Honey G gets Sharon and Nicole on their feet with her unique urban style. 

  • The X Factor 2016 - Saturday 27 August auditions video 3

    Fri 26 Aug 2016

    Nicole proves she has the X Factor with her amazing range of musical impressions. From Britney Spears to Kermit the Frog

  • The X Factor 2016 - Saturday 27 August auditions video 2

    Fri 26 Aug 2016

    Samantha Lavery makes her granddad proud and surprises the judges with her rendition of Ellie Goulding's Explosions.

  • The X Factor 2016 - Saturday 27 August auditions video 1

    Fri 26 Aug 2016

    Judges - How Many Facelifts ago? As the judges are reunited on the panel, Sharon, Nicole and Louis look back at photos from series 1 and notice Mrs. O looks a bit different…

  • Victoria

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    3 of 8

    Transmission: Sun 04 Sep 2016

    Victoria comes to the throne at a time of great economic turbulence and resurgent republicanism – and died 64 years later the head of the largest empire the world had ever seen, having revitalised the throne’s public image and become ‘grandmother of Europe’.

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