Dynamo Beyond Belief (Rpt)

18th September

5pm, 6pm, 7pm on Saturday 18th September (3 x 1 hour) on Sky Max.

Documentary following the magician on tour around the globe as well as charting his road to recovery from a career-threatening illness brought on by Crohn's disease.

 

Get Your Act Together (Rpt)

18th September

5.45pm on Saturday 18th September (1 hour 15 minutes) on Virgin Media Two.

Steps singer Claire Richards is mentored by fire-eating act the Black Fire Girls, former politician Ann Widdecombe joins circus ringmaster Norman Barrett, one-time Coronation Street star Oliver Mellor (Dr Matt Carter) is coached by musical quintet the Bottle Boys, TOWIE's Elliott Wright teams up with Cyr wheel performer Billy George, and TV personality Nancy Dell'Olio collaborates with illusionist Hans Klok. Host Stephen Mulhern follows the rehearsals leading up to the contestants' big performances as they compete for a place in the final in a fortnight alongside Ray Quinn, Chip and last week's winning act, James Bolam.

 

Tonight at the London Palladium (Rpt)

24th September

11pm on Friday 24th September (1 hour) on Virgin Media Three.

Bradley Walsh returns to the famous London Palladium stage one last time as the latest series of the iconic variety show concludes. This week's bill features music from chart-toppers Clean Bandit, jaw-dropping illusion from James More, comedy from James Acaster and The Noise Next Door, plus performances from West End smash hits School of Rock and Les Miserables.

 

Dynamo Beyond Belief (Rpt)

25th September

2.10am on Saturday 25th September (1 hour) on Sky Max.

Documentary following the magician on tour around the globe as well as charting his road to recovery from a career-threatening illness brought on by Crohn's disease.

 

Tommy Cooper Forever - Part 1 (Rpt)

25th September
9.50am on Saturday 25th September (1 hour) on ITV3.

Two-part celebration of Tommy Cooper's life and work. Three decades have passed since Tommy Cooper died, but the nation's love of this unique magician has gone on. With the help of contributions of family, friends who worked with him, this programme reveals how an act that started out in the desert during the Second World War went on to take the comedy world by storm.

 

Tommy Cooper Forever - Part 2 (Rpt)

25th September
10.50am on Saturday 25th September (1 hour 5 minutes) on ITV3.

Two-part celebration of Tommy Cooper's life and work. Three decades have passed since Tommy Cooper died, but the nation's love of this unique magician has gone on. In the second programme, singer and actress Anita Harris retraces her footsteps back to the London Palladium where she worked with Tommy. There is a return to Holland to discover how Cooper became an unlikely comedy hero on Dutch TV in the 60s. Comedian Les Dennis makes an emotional trip back to Her Majesty's Theatre to remember the night he saw Tommy's final performance.

 

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