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<div class="square" style="float:left">[[File:Square 013.jpg|Weakest Link]]</div>19 July<br/>The BBC announced that they will bring back teatime giant [[Weakest Link]] for a new series next year for Saturday nights will celebrities taking part. [[Anne Robinson]] will also return. A Children in Need special will air in November.<br/><br/>
<div class="square" style="float:right">[[Image:Square Raven Toussaint Aisha.jpg|Raven]]</div>27 June '''Flying Back'''<br/>[[Raven]] is returning to our screens. New host, Aisha Toussaint, said "I used to dream of one day being a warrior contestant - I never for a second imagined that I'd one day be Raven.". The fantasy adventure show enchanted a generation of children in the last decade, and will swoop back to CBBC later this year.<br/><br/>
<div class="square" style="float:right">[[Image:Square Raven Toussaint Aisha.jpg|Raven]]</div>27 June '''Flying Back'''<br/>[[Raven]] is returning to our screens. New host, Aisha Toussaint, said "I used to dream of one day being a warrior contestant - I never for a second imagined that I'd one day be Raven.". The fantasy adventure show enchanted a generation of children in the last decade, and will swoop back to CBBC later this year.<br/><br/>
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<div class="square" style="float:left">[[Image:Square Channel 5.jpg|Blind Date]]</div>16 March '''Paul O'Grady's Blind Date'''<br/>Channel 5 have also made a major announcement, confirming rumours that [[Blind Date]] is to come back. [[Paul O'Grady]] will host; the sliding partition and three-question format will return. ''Blind Date'' ran for almost two decades on ITV.<br/><br/>
<div class="square" style="float:left">[[Image:Square Channel 5.jpg|Blind Date]]</div>16 March '''Paul O'Grady's Blind Date'''<br/>Channel 5 have also made a major announcement, confirming rumours that [[Blind Date]] is to come back. [[Paul O'Grady]] will host; the sliding partition and three-question format will return. ''Blind Date'' ran for almost two decades on ITV.<br/><br/>
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<div class="square" style="float:right">[[Image:Square 009.jpg|The Crystal Maze]]</div>13 January '''Let the four winds blow!'''<br/>[[The Crystal Maze]] is back for a full series on Channel 4. Richard Ayoade is the new host, fronting 20 episodes including some celebrity specials. They'll be making the show in Bristol, and it'll be played by teams of five.<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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The Question Jury series 2, 17 July
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Weakest Link
19 July
The BBC announced that they will bring back teatime giant Weakest Link for a new series next year for Saturday nights will celebrities taking part. Anne Robinson will also return. A Children in Need special will air in November.

Raven
27 June Flying Back
Raven is returning to our screens. New host, Aisha Toussaint, said "I used to dream of one day being a warrior contestant - I never for a second imagined that I'd one day be Raven.". The fantasy adventure show enchanted a generation of children in the last decade, and will swoop back to CBBC later this year.

Britain's Got Talent
31 May Britain's Got Talent Final Moves
The final of Britain's Got Talent has been moved to Saturday 3 June, from Sunday night. A concert for Manchester has been arranged for Sunday, raising funds after last week's bombing. To avoid distracting from this cause, the talent show final moves up to Saturday night.

The Great British Bake Off
16 March Baking News
Channel 4 have confirmed the lineup for The Great British Bake Off. Joining Paul Hollywood in the marquee are cookery expert Prue Leith, Fifteen-to-One host Sandi Toksvig, and comic actor Noel Fielding. Channel 4 intends to air a new series this autumn.

Blind Date
16 March Paul O'Grady's Blind Date
Channel 5 have also made a major announcement, confirming rumours that Blind Date is to come back. Paul O'Grady will host; the sliding partition and three-question format will return. Blind Date ran for almost two decades on ITV.

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