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TV exposure! The awkward moment Sheffield boxing hero Johnny Nelson’s pants burst

Johnny Nelson is a big guy.

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Newsies come into Vue

A recording of the Broadway hit stage version of Disney’s Newsies - a musical depicting the real life 1899 newsboy strike in New York - will be shown at Halifax’s Vue cinema on Sunday (February 19, 4.30pm).

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Oscar nominated Hidden Figures gets a preview screening at Vue Cinema - we have tickets to be won.

WIN: Hidden Figures film preview tickets at Vue Sheffield Meadowhall

Oscar nominated real life space story Hidden Figures will blast off with a special preview screening at Vue Sheffield and we have tickets to be won.

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Sheridan Smith impressed viewers with her performance

POLL: How did you rate the first episode of The Moorside?

More than seven million viewers tuned in to the first episode of true-life drama The Moorside last night.

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Blind Date returns - but who will host it?

Blind Date returns - but who will host it?

Mystery surrounds the identity of the new presenter of revived TV hit Blind Date.

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Playing dangerous games

Nominated for seven Oscars, ‘Dangerous Liaisons’ garnered critical acclaim for its stunning performances by Glenn Close, John Malkovich and Michelle Pfeiffer, its cinematography, costume design and Christopher Hampton’s screenplay.

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Former Halifax high school transformed for new TV drama

Former Halifax high school transformed for new TV drama

If you’ve been past the old St Catherine’s School in North Halifax, you might have noticed it looks a little bit different...

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Can you hang on for a minute?

Can you hang on for a minute?

The Banff Mountain Film Festival World Tour is back in the UK and Ireland for 2017, with more screenings and action than ever before.

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British films on screen

The spring film season at the Lawrence Batley Theatre, Huddersfield, opens with two poignant and relevant movies from critically acclaimed British directors.

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Yorkshire families wanted to go back in time and sample food through the ages

Yorkshire families wanted to go back in time and sample food through the ages

A TV company is looking for local families to take part in a new series which charts the British diet down the decades.

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Hanging around

The Banff Mountain Film Festival World Tour is back in the UK and Ireland for 2017, with more screenings and more action than ever before.

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Brothers bang heads in the land of ice and snow

Brothers bang heads in the land of ice and snow

Last year’s film ‘Rams’ is set in a remote farming valley in Iceland where two brothers who haven’t spoken to each other for 40 years come together in order to save the thing that is dearest to them - their sheep.

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The 2016 Hunted contestants, including Leeds pair Anna May and Elizabeth Garnett (left)

Could you be Hunted? TV show seeks new contestants

Producers of a TV show are looking for daring contestants to 'go to ground' in a bid to evade capture in 21st-century Britain.

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15 April 2016    .......    A mock of the Bronte Parsonage being buills on Penistone Hill  Haworth for Sally Wainwright's TV drama being filmed this spring.    Picture by Tony Johnson

Recreating the parsonage for Sally Wainwright’s new Brontë drama

Grant Montgomery remembers the first time he and his production team headed up to the flat cap of Penistone Hill, the windswept hilltop heavily cratered by abandoned quarries overlooking Haworth.

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‘Once in a lifetime’ - Sowerby Bridge chef Matt misses out on Masterchef: The Professionals title

A Sowerby Bridge chef who reached the finals of a TV cookery contest said he would look back on the experience fondly, despite missing out on the title.

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Sowerby Bridge chef Matt reaches tonight’s MasterChef: The Professionals final

A Sowerby Bridge chef who has made it to the final round of a TV cookery programme served-up Yorkshire on a plate last night with a feast of rhubarb.

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PHOTO SLIDESHOW: Bronte sisters now come under spotlight of TV drama writer Sally

Stunning new pictures released by the BBC give a preview of what to expect from a new Bronte drama which will be aired this Christmas.

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Robbie (DEAN ANDREWS), Alan (DEREK JACOBI), William (DEAN SMITH) - (C) Red Productions - Photographer: Gary Moyes

Dean Andrews: From unknown cabaret singer to Last Tango in Halifax

He was an unknown cabaret singer who became a household name as 1970s cop. Now rejoining the cast of Last Tango in Halifax, Dean Andrews talks to Sarah Freeman.

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Leeds chef’s MasterChef finals bid

Leeds chef’s MasterChef finals bid

A Leeds chef is battling it out in the kitchen this week as he competes to be named MasterChef: The Professionals champion.

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VIDEO REVIEW: Rogue One is out of this world say Star Wars fans at Cineworld Sheffield

The Force is strong with new blockbuster Rogue One: A Star Wars Story - an action packed epic tale, said fans who stayed up into the early hours to be amongst the first in the galaxy to see it.

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