Rylan Clark-Neal chairs this panel event about why we love reality television.
“Twenty years ago everyone thought reality TV was a flash in the pan, but it’s become a fixed item on traditional TV channels and on-demand services like Netflix who’ve recently had huge success with Too Hot To Handle,” said Rick Murray, managing director, Manchester-based Workerbee, which makes new Channel 4’s reality show, The Bridge, based on a Spanish format.
Bradley Walsh and Son: Breaking Dad
Wednesday 10th June, 8pm
After the success of series one, Bradley Walsh and Son: Breaking Dad returns for a second series, with actor and presenter Bradley Walsh partnering up with son Barney for another road trip.
There will be a mix of special programmes and a look back at some classic moments from Eurovision.
Famous faces Graham Norton, Ken Bruce and Rylan Clark-Neal will help bring the Eurovision spirt into viewers homes.
Graham Norton described Eurovision as a form of “escapism” for people especially during these times.
He added: “This year people at home can celebrate the amazing spirit of the event and hopefully get the chance to take their mind off the current situation for a few hours.”
The studio entertainment series gives sellers and inventors the opportunity to showcase their innovations and sell them to an audience of real shoppers.
In the new four-part series the stakes are even higher, as the innovators will be given the opportunity to pitch to some of the UK’s biggest national retailers right before the most crucial shopping period of the year.
Sellers have only 90 seconds to showcase their products and impress an audience of 100 potential customers, who then vote if they like the product or not.
Rylan Clark-Neal will present a new BBC One fashion makeover show, You Are What You Wear, which gives people the chance to makeover their look with the help of professional stylists.
Also coming to BBC One is new series, Easy Ways To Live Well, in which Steph McGovern and Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall team up to bring people tips on how to lead a healthy lifestyle.
Returning to BBC Two following the hit ratings for series one, is global travel series Race Across The World, which has been confirmed for two further series.
Mel Giedroyc and former Eurovision winner Måns Zelmerlöw will host tonight’s Eurovision: You Decide, which will see six acts go head to head for the chance to represent the United Kingdom in the song contest.
The selection show will be judged by a select panel of stars, but the public will have the finale vote.
Take a look at who’s on the panel: