Stacey Dooley

Stacey Dooley to host This is MY House for BBC One

As Diana Ross once said: “It’s my house and I live here”. The six-part series involves an addictive guessing game where four people walk into a house and say, “This is MY house”. However, only one of them is telling the truth.

With three actors stealing the name of the homeowner and claiming they own all their belongings, it’s up to a team of celebrity judges to work out who the imposters are.

Each person has a conflicting story and red herrings are peppered throughout the house, so viewers at home can join in with the sleuthing.

Stacey Dooley to host new make-up competition Glow Up

Dom Skinner, Stacey Dooley, Val Garland (Credit: BBC/Wall to Wall)

Glow Up: Britain’s Next Make-Up Star will be an eight-part series that will see 10 contestants live together and collaborate under the watchful eyes of judges Val Garland, Global Make-Up Director at L’Oreal Paris, and Dominic Skinner, Global Senior Artist for MAC Cosmetics.

“I’m delighted to be involved with Glow Up,” said Dooley. “The make-up artists are so impressive and talented... and Val and Dominic were a scream to work with. Can’t wait to show you all it!”

Stacey Dooley sleeps on the job for new UKTV show

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Spending time with families of all shapes and sizes, from the unconventional to the morally ambiguous, Dooley hopes to present a cross section of modern society in Britain. The series will delve beneath the preconceived notions of families and relationships to show what life in modern Britain is actually like, from the point of view of little discussed family set-ups.

Stacey Dooley documentary on teen homelessness among new factual commissions for BBC

The five new documentaries will take on teenage homelessness, gun crime, parenthood, war and the UK economy.

”The BBC factual department has had a fantastic 12 months, winning multiple awards including Baftas, RTS Awards and Griersons,"  said Alison Kirkham, Controller of BBC Factual Commissioning.