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The Code series 2: BBC1, 20 March
Chopping Block series 2: ITV, 20 March
BBC Young Dancer 2017: BBC Four, 24 March
Masterchef 2017: BBC1, 29 March

 

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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.

The Crystal Maze
13 January Let the four winds blow!
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.

Eurovision Song Contest
31 October Forty-three for Eurovision
The European Broadcasting Union has announced that 43 countries will compete in the 2017 Eurovision Song Contest in Kyiv, Ukraine. Bosnia and Herzegovina will not return due to the broadcaster's ongoing funding problems. Portugal will return after a one year absence, and Romania has resolved the outstanding debt that kept them out of Stockholm. Australia will also return for the third year running; this year, they finished second with 511 points.

Robot Wars
11 October Roboteers, Standby...for another wars!
The BBC have announced today that they have recommissioned the Robot Wars revival for another 6 episodes. Dara O'Briain and Angela Scanlon will be returning as hosts as well as commentator Jonathan Pearce.

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