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[[Breaking the News]]: Radio Scotland, 21 February<br>
[[Saturday Night Takeaway]]: ITV, 22 February<br>
[[Masterchef Goes Large|Masterchef]] 2020: BBC1, 24 February<br>
[[Can i Gymru]] 2020: S4C, 29 February<br>
[[Catchpoint]] Sport Relief specials: BBC1, 29 February<br>
[[Ready Steady Cook]]: BBC1, 2 March<br>
[[Ready Steady Cook]]: BBC1, 2 March<br>
[[Race Across the World]] series 2: BBC2, 8 March<br>
[[Race Across the World]] series 2: BBC2, 8 March<br>
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[[The Great British Bake Off|Celebrity Bake Off]]: Channel 4, 10 March<br>
[[The Great British Bake Off|Celebrity Bake Off]]: Channel 4, 10 March<br>
[[Five Guys a Week]]: Channel 4, 10 March<br>
[[Five Guys a Week]]: Channel 4, 10 March<br>
[[Great British Menu]]: BBC2, 18 March
[[Great British Menu]]: BBC2, 18 March<br>
[[The Chase|The Family Chase]] series 2: ITV, 22 March

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The Great British Bake Off
11 March What are the s'mores, George Dawes?
Matt Lucas has been announced as the replacement for Sandi Toksvig as co-presenter of The Great British Bake Off. He will take over when filming resumes for the eleventh series in the spring.

Dave Rainford
7 March Dave Rainford
The death has been announced of Dave Rainford, aged 51. He joined the Eggheads in 2012. Prior to this, he appeared as a contestant on Remote Control and Who Wants to be a Millionaire.

Eurovision Song Contest
27 February BMG has decided
The United Kingdom's entry for the 2020 Eurovision Song Contest has been announced as My Last Breath, performed by James Newman, who co-wrote Ireland's 2017 entry. It is the first entry co-selected by BMG, who teamed up with the BBC following four years of selection by public vote.

Caroline Flack
15 February Caroline Flack
The death has been announced of Caroline Flack, aged 40, after a trial by media following her 12 December arrest. She won the 2014 series of Strictly Come Dancing and had presented a series of The X Factor with Olly Murs but was best known for presenting the first five series of the revival of Love Island.

Nicholas Parsons
28 January Nicholas Parsons
The death has been announced of Nicholas Parsons, aged 96, after a short illness. Although his showbiz career spanned three quarters of a century, Parsons was best known for chairing Just a Minute from its inception in 1967, as well as Sale of the Century. You can read Iain Weaver's two-part appreciation from 2017, starting with part one.

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