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<div class="square" style="float:right">[[Image:Logan_gabby.jpg|Let's Play Darts for Comic Relief|75px]]</div>8 October <br/>Four new episodes of the pro-celebrity darts tournament [[Let's Play Darts for Comic Relief|Let's Play Darts]] have been ordered and will be filming on 17 and 18 November in aid of Sport Relief. [[Gabby Logan]] will return to host.<br/><br/>
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<div class="square" style="float:right">[[Image:Logan_gabby.jpg|Let's Play Darts for Comic Relief|100px]]</div>8 October <br/>Four new episodes of the pro-celebrity darts tournament [[Let's Play Darts for Comic Relief|Let's Play Darts]] have been ordered and will be filming on 17 and 18 November in aid of Sport Relief. [[Gabby Logan]] will return to host.<br/><br/>
<div class="square" style="float:left">[[Image:Square jack dee.jpg|Jack Dee]]</div>11 September '''Jack Dee Hired for You're Fired!'''<br/>[[Jack Dee]] has been announced as the new host of [[The Apprentice]] spin-off programme You're Fired! The comedian replaces [[Dara O'Briain]] who has left as host after five years. Dee has previously appeared on the celebrity version of the programme. He will be joined by fellow comedian Romesh Ranganathan, who becomes a regular panellist, when the series returns later this year.<br/><br/>
<div class="square" style="float:left">[[Image:Square jack dee.jpg|Jack Dee]]</div>11 September '''Jack Dee Hired for You're Fired!'''<br/>[[Jack Dee]] has been announced as the new host of [[The Apprentice]] spin-off programme You're Fired! The comedian replaces [[Dara O'Briain]] who has left as host after five years. Dee has previously appeared on the celebrity version of the programme. He will be joined by fellow comedian Romesh Ranganathan, who becomes a regular panellist, when the series returns later this year.<br/><br/>
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<div class="square" style="float:right"><IMG src="/atoz/programmes/b/blind_date/cillared.jpg" alt="Cilla Black" width="60" height="75"></div>2 August 2015 '''Taa-raa Chuck'''<br />[[Blind Date]] host [[Cilla Black]] suddenly died on 1 August 2015 at her holiday home near Marbella, Spain. She was 72 years of age. A post mortem examination later confirmed that her death was from a stroke.<br/><br/>
<div class="square" style="float:right"><IMG src="/atoz/programmes/b/blind_date/cillared.jpg" alt="Cilla Black" width="60" height="75"></div>2 August 2015 '''Taa-raa Chuck'''<br />[[Blind Date]] host [[Cilla Black]] suddenly died on 1 August 2015 at her holiday home near Marbella, Spain. She was 72 years of age. A post mortem examination later confirmed that her death was from a stroke.<br/><br/>
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<div class="square" style="float:left">[[File:Square jenny ryan.jpg|The Chase]]</div>21 July 2015 '''Five For Chasing'''<br />Britain has a new [[The Chase|Chaser]]. Jenny Ryan from Bolton joins Mark, Shaun, Anne, and Paul on ITV's teatime show. Known as "The Vixen", her quiz pedigree includes the semi-finals of [[University Challenge]], a spot on [[Are You an Egghead?]], and an [[Only Connect (2)|Only Connect]] championship with the Gamblers in 2010.<br/><br/>
 
''Previous stories can be found in our [[News Archive]]. For more in-depth analysis, check out [[Weaver's Week]], usually published every Sunday.''
''Previous stories can be found in our [[News Archive]]. For more in-depth analysis, check out [[Weaver's Week]], usually published every Sunday.''

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Let's Play Darts for Comic Relief
8 October
Four new episodes of the pro-celebrity darts tournament Let's Play Darts have been ordered and will be filming on 17 and 18 November in aid of Sport Relief. Gabby Logan will return to host.

Jack Dee
11 September Jack Dee Hired for You're Fired!
Jack Dee has been announced as the new host of The Apprentice spin-off programme You're Fired! The comedian replaces Dara O'Briain who has left as host after five years. Dee has previously appeared on the celebrity version of the programme. He will be joined by fellow comedian Romesh Ranganathan, who becomes a regular panellist, when the series returns later this year.

Davina McCall
22 August 2015 Davina's On Target Again
Davina McCall now holds the title as the most prolific game show host in the UK. With the upcoming darts show One Hundred and Eighty added on to her resume, she will now have done 17 main hosting roles (not counting co-hosting roles, regular/stand-in/guest appearances, one-offs and pilots). The previous record holder, the late Bob Monkhouse, had 15 hosting jobs.

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14 August 2015 Boy George and Paloma Faith to join The Voice
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2 August 2015 Taa-raa Chuck
Blind Date host Cilla Black suddenly died on 1 August 2015 at her holiday home near Marbella, Spain. She was 72 years of age. A post mortem examination later confirmed that her death was from a stroke.

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