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(In the pipeline: "Rotate" for next week. I don't think there are any new series next week.)
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[[Taskmaster]] series 13: Channel 4, 14 April<br>
[[Romeo & Duet]]: ITV, 16 April<br>
[[Britain's Got Talent]] series 15: ITV, 16 April<br>
[[BBC Young Dancer]] 2022: BBC4, 17 April<br>
[[Stitch, Please!]]: BBC3, 18 April<br>
[[The News Quiz]] series 108: Radio 4, 22 April<br>
[[The News Quiz]] series 108: Radio 4, 22 April<br>
[[Catchpoint]] series 5: BBC1, 23 April<br>
[[Catchpoint]] series 5: BBC1, 23 April<br>

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