Sky Presenters

“Titanium” at the top of the 2021 Cannes Film Festival awards

Spike Lee took the plunge, announcing the Palme d’Or winner “Titanium” ahead of the other awards at the Cannes Film Festival. The unforeseen blunder could have robbed the prizes of their usual suspense, but instead it created incredibly unpredictable energy as presenters and attendees tried to figure out how to …

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The conversation: Why women are always more likely to report the news than to appear in it

Indira Stewart is a TVNZ Breakfast Host. Photo / TVNZ Susan Fontaine, Massey University Women are more visible than ever in global news, but they are still a long way from achieving parity with men. According to the recently published Global Media Monitoring Project (GMMP), women made up 40 percent …

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Never Mind The Buzzcocks reboot: can it live up to its predecessor?

Can 2021 handle more chaos? (Photo: BBC) The shadow. The offense. Breathtaking walk-offs. Never Mind The Buzzcocks was the epitome of lawless television and is the very thing the pearl clutches of 2021 feared. Hang it in my veins. At once. Yesterday it was confirmed that the music show will …

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Never Mind The Buzzcocks returns with Noel Fielding and Daisy May Cooper

Never Mind The Buzzcocks returns this fall (Photo: Getty) Never Mind The Buzzcocks officially returns to TV screens later this year. It is not an exercise. Noel Fielding will reprise his role as team captain for the comedy revival, which was commissioned for a new eight-episode series on Sky and …

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Right-wing media war on Covid lockdown escalates as Ray Hadley calls Alan Jones ‘ridiculous’ | australian media

Ray Hadley has lambasted former 2GB colleague Alan Jones for the Sky News anchor ‘s’ ridiculous stance’ against Sydney lockdown in a growing war between right-wing media over the response to the pandemic. After Hadley called Sky News star Andrew Bolt a “watchdog” to Jones for criticizing health officials, the …

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Concerns over jobs as AA Roadwatch closes after 32 years

There are concerns for jobs after the AA announced that its well-known traffic reports reached the end of the road after 32 years. he Roadwatch reports which have become an institution at peak times since their launch on RTÉ Radio 1 in September 1989 will no longer be broadcast as …

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AA Roadwatch: Fears for jobs as reports of AA traffic come to the end of the road

There are fears for AA jobs after announcing that its well-known Roadwatch traffic reports have reached the end of the road after 32 years. he reports that have become an institution during peak hours since their launch on RTE Radio 1 in 1989 will no longer be broadcast from tomorrow. …

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The problem with GB News is that it just isn’t that good.

On Monday night’s “Woke Watch” show on Britain’s latest broadcaster, GB News, presenter Colin Brazier explained how a primary school temporarily deleted its Twitter account after negative responses to a video it made for cheer on the English football team. “They weren’t thugs. . . but exuberant kids enjoying a …

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Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games: Majority of Channel 4 presenters will have a disability | Ents & Arts News

More than 70% of Channel 4 presenters for the Paralympic Games will have a disability, the broadcaster said. Hosts for the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games include wheelchair basketball player Ade Adepitan, who will star on Japan’s Today In Tokyo, as well as disability lawyer Sophie Morgan, former Royal Marine Commando …

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Sha Tin Insight & Tips: Sunday July 4th

Race in Hong Kong Sunday it’s Sha Tin for a 10-race program. READ: Hong Kong Tips From TV Presenters Here is our preview of the meeting. The opening is for Griffin Gallopers and CALIFORNIA GLITTER (1) shapes like the one to beat. The Tony Cruz-trained galloper made his debut on …

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