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Saturday, 1 December 2012, 10:30PM – 11:30PM

FINAL SHOW:

I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here Now! on every night on ITV2 after the ITV1 show.

This year, hosts Laura Whitmore and Joe Swash will be joined by award winning comedian Rob Beckett. Rob has appeared in a host of hit TV and radio shows including, 8 Out of 10 Cats and Fresh Meat on Channel 4 and Richard Bacon’s Beer and Pizza Club on ITV4.

Wednesday, 5 December 2012, 10:00PM – 10:50PM

Keith Lemon’s comedy reality show returns for a two-part Christmas special. In this final part, Keith and Rosie jet off for a romantic skiing break and then head home to host a star-studded fancy dress Christmas party. Why has Keith bought his mum a hovercraft? And will a confession about his ‘friendship’ with Emily Atack ruin Christmas?

All will be revealed as we get to spend some more time with the REAL Keith Lemon.

Tuesday, 4 December 2012, 10:00PM – 10:50PM

The first of a two-part Christmas special of Keith Lemon’s comedy reality show. Why is Keith spending so much time with Emily Atack?
Why have the neighbours complained about his Christmas lights? And is it ever OK to buy your girlfriend a boob job for Christmas?
All will be revealed as we get to spend some more time with the REAL Keith Lemon.

Wednesday, 5 December 2012, 9:00PM – 10:00PM

Peter Andre’s reality hit, My Life, is back for a third series on ITV2.

While Pete’s finally found happiness in his personal life, his family life has been a different story. At the beginning of the year his brother Andrew was diagnosed with life threatening cancer – a battle that is on going.

With an album to promote and a tour coming up, Pete is under intense pressure with a gruelling schedule pushing him to his limits. But what is keeping him together is his family and girlfriend Emily who Pete couldn’t do without.

More honest than ever, we follow Pete as he juggles fame and fatherhood under the spotlight.

Monday, 3 December 2012, 9:00PM – 10:00PM

My Brother’s Keeper:

Caroline does her best to be there for Stefan and Elena in a tough time. Damon tries to convince Stefan to help him uncover Professor Shane’s (recurring guest star DAVID ALPAY) motives, but Stefan is intent on carrying out a different plan with Klaus. At the annual Miss Mystic Falls Pageant, Elena and Caroline give April (recurring guest star GRACE PHIPPS) advice on which dress to wear, while Tyler and Hayley (recurring guest star PHOEBE TONKIN) work together on a secret project and Damon confronts Professor Shane with his suspicions. Alarmed by the vivid nightmares he’s having, Jeremy turns to Matt for help, but the situation escalates sooner than anyone expected. Olympic gold medalist GABRIELLE DOUGLAS guest stars.

Wednesday, 28 November 2012, 7:00PM – 8:00PM

Save the Last Chance:

Serena and Dan realize that they need to make amends with the people they have wronged. Blair has one last chance to prove to her mother her worth as a fashion designer and, with Serena’s help, comes up with a plan to make her line the “it” look for Sage (recurring guest star SOFIA BLACK-D’ELIA) and her friends. Meanwhile, Chuck is close to getting the evidence he needs against his father, until one of his closest allies reveals his plan to Bart (recurring guest star ROBERT JOHN BURKE). Recurring guest stars MICHELLE TRACHTENBERG and WILLIAM BALDWIN appear as Georgina Sparks and William van der Woodsen, respectively.

Saturday, 24 November 2012, 10:45PM – 11:45PM

Ep14: Saturday 24 November at 10.45 – 11.45pm
Ep15: Sunday 25 November at 10.30 – 11.30pm
Ep16: Monday 26 November at 10 – 11pm
Ep17: Tuesday 27 November at 10 – 11pm
Ep18: Wednesday 28 November at 10 – 11pm
Ep19: Thursday 29 November at 10 – 11pm
Ep20: Friday 30 ovember at 10.30 – 11.30pm

I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here Now! is back every night on ITV2 after the ITV1 show.

This year, hosts Laura Whitmore and Joe Swash will be joined by award winning comedian Rob Beckett. Rob has appeared in a host of hit TV and radio shows including, 8 Out of 10 Cats and Fresh Meat on Channel 4 and Richard Bacon’s Beer and Pizza Club on ITV4.

Tuesday, 20 November 2012, 9:00PM – 10:00PM

This exclusive documentary for ITV2 follows pop sensation Cheryl Cole as she prepares for her first ever solo tour.

Taking in some of Britain’s biggest venues in ten cities and 11 days, the film joins Cheryl just 20 days before she takes to the stage for the first time.

Cheryl is seen as she rehearses in LA with her dancers and as they arrive back in London to see the stage set up for the first time. As the first night of the tour gets closer, the nerves start to show and Cheryl confesses her anxieties about performing.

As she lets the cameras in to share intimate moments during the preparation and behind-the-scenes of the tour, Cheryl tells the programme: “I have toured before, many times, with Girls Aloud. I’ve played the same arenas that I’ll be playing solo, but I’ve never done this alone, so it’s quite a strange feeling. All I want is to have the best show I can have. So it’s going to be big, very big.”

As Cheryl plans the tour with her choreographer, creative director and dancers, she explains that she is prepared to invest everything in it as a thank you to her fans for supporting her.

Cheryl is seen as she bonds with her team over their differing accents and as she out-runs the paparazzi at the airport.

When she lands back in London, she goes to see the stage for the first time and tells the cameras: “I’ve imaged it for a long time, but when you actually see it, it’s kind of breath-taking. It’s exciting.”

Rehearsing on the set, Cheryl is seen practising a swan-dive off a six foot platform into the arms of her dancers. There are tense scenes as she contemplates whether or not she can make the leap.

With just days to go before the first night of the tour, everyone in the team is exhausted and the cameras are there as dancer Tre attempts a backflip and injures his knee.

With his appearance in the tour in jeopardy, Cheryl tells the cameras about the last few days before a tour starts. She says: “It is insane, not fun, and the twelfth hour? Disastrous. There are moments where you want to sit in a corner and cry.”

The cameras follow Cheryl to Ireland for the first night of her tour. As she gets her opening outfit on and prepares to take to the stage, she explains the feelings that are running through her mind.

She says: “I am in a zone on my way to the stage. I can hear the audience screaming. Mel is shouting, ‘Are you ready?’ to which I say, ‘I don’t know.’

“I don’t know. I all of a sudden have forgotten every lyric, every dance move, if I even know the show at all at that stage. I’m that nervous. And even if my legs are going to hold up to stand up, I’ve gone to jelly. And then I’m there, and I’m in it and it feels so good. And normal, and I’m not scared.”

The programme shows the highlights from Cheryl’s first concert and her elation as it all goes well. After Ireland is complete, the team and Cheryl are back on the tour bus and head to the O2 in London.

Cheryl explains how excited but nervous she is to be performing at such a big venue in front of her friends and family. The cameras follow the star back stage and to her after-show party – where the paps are out in force.

The programme sees Cheryl at the launch of her autobiography and at a TV appearance to promote her tour. Plus, on stage in Manchester she presents Tre with a birthday cake and sings to him with the crowd.

And, Cheryl: Access All Areas, is with the singer at her very emotional home-coming performance in Newcastle.

Cheryl: Access All Areas is a Fresh One production for ITV2. The producer-directors are Paul Caslin and Sybil Dessau and the executive producer is David Wise.

Wednesday, 21 November 2012, 7:00PM – 8:00PM

Where the Vile Things Are:

Blair gets ready for her mother’s (recurring guest star MARGARET COLIN) imminent arrival, but is unprepared for the set of demands her mother puts upon her. Serena volunteers to help Dan find a new place to live, but their time together brings up unexpected emotions. With Ivy’s help, Chuck discovers there is evidence incriminating his father in illegal activities and enlists the help of Nate to retrieve it. Meanwhile, Rufus and Ivy are excited about their art gallery opening until they find an empty RSVP list and must scramble to find another way to make the event a success.

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Monday, 19 November 2012, 10:00PM – 11:00PM

Take four girls, add some flirting, stir in a quantity of heady rebelliousness, a pinch of risk-taking, several spoonfuls of true friendship and Stella, Jude, Grace and Hannah are born. Four young twenty somethings based in London’s Camden Town who just happen to be witches!

Behind the curtains of their north London home they hide a secret, which has fostered the strongest of bonds – they are members of a witches coven and spells are the thing they do best!

LACEY TURNER (Eastenders, Bedlam), NINA TOUSSAINT-WHITE (Doctor Who, Eastenders), PHOEBE FOX (Black Mirror, New Tricks) and HANNAH TOINTON (The Inbetweeners, Hollyoaks), will make up the foursome in this vibrant, colourful, romantic and energetic drama.

EPISODE SIX

It’s the Summer Solstice and the girls go to Grace (Phoebe Fox) and Hannah’s (Hannah Tointon) hometown of Lower Sooth to celebrate. Hannah is disappointed when her mum, Esme (Imogen Stubbs) is nowhere to be found, Grace is shocked when Gerry (Jamie Davis) turns up despite them casting a spell so that he wouldn’t and Jude (Nina Toussaint-White) is looking forward to a bit of excitement in the forest with her first love, Jack (Howard Charles). But these are the least of their concerns when the Witches of Kensington arrive – with Alexa’s mother, Karina (Diana Kent) in tow. This super-coven is set on bringing the Witches of Camden down. Before the longest night of the year is out, there is a scandalous showdown to survive and some shocking home truths to be shared.

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