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Sir Bradley Wiggins was a naughty boy, and a mad witch cursed the Queen Vic, in yet another eventful week in TV-land...

 

Canapes, anyone?

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Further Back in Time For Dinner showed us how to make party snacks, 1920s-style. Let’s just say it was a far cry from the Great Gatsby… 

Further Back In Time For Dinner is available to watch on Catch Up in BBC iPlayer

 

Don’t Call Her Babe

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Yes, this really is someone in EastEnders literally pronouncing a curse upon the Queen Vic, because she’s apparently some kind of witch, and we hope this means Danny Dyer will turn out to be some kind of warlock.

EastEnders is available to watch on Catch Up in BBC iPlayer

 

Here’s a Cute Dog For No Reason

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Stressed? Just keep watching Gloria Hunniford’s dog till your brain turns to marshmallow. 

 

Best New Insult of the Year

People sneer at Jeremy Kyle guests, but when it comes to just inventing brand new insults, this woman is a genius.

The Jeremy Kyle Show is available to watch on Catch Up in ITV Hub

 

You Don’t Have to be a Rocket Scientist

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Behold, the BBC Breakfast rocket built to promote a major new science campaign!

 

Wash Your Mouth Out With Soap!

How much of a very silly person do you have to be to swear on live TV at the precise moment someone is apologising for swearing on live TV? This much of a very silly person…(Don't worry, we've bleeped it!)

Sunday Brunch is available to watch on Catch Up in All 4

 

Bradley’s Boo Boo

Speaking of inopportune cuss-words, Sir Bradley Wiggins earned a telling off from Davina for this little blooper…(SFW)

The Jump is available to watch on Catch Up in All 4