My Kitchen Rules UK - First Look



My Kitchen Rules hits our screens this Monday (3 October). See some of the thrills and spills coming up in this first-look clip.

In the all-new competitive cooking series is hosted by two legends of British cuisine - two-time Michelin Star restaurateur and chef Michael Caines, and Queen of home cooks and food writer Prue Leith. They will be joining forces to judge 16 pairs of entrepreneurial amateur cooks who open their own restaurant at home for one ambitious night, in a bid to scoop the £10,000 prize and the right to say, ‘My Kitchen Rules’.

Channel 4 announces Your Face Says It All

Your Face Says It All is a new Specialist Factual series, commissioned by Sara Ramsden for Channel 4, giving unparalleled insight into our greatest defining feature – The Face. With a combination of cutting-edge science, innovative graphics and personal testimony, this genre-busting series will show you the human face as it's never been seen before.

Faces fascinate us, our own, other people's, the stars whose images saturate our world; what makes us look the way we do, why some people look and age better than others, and the judgements we can't help but make. This series celebrates and explores the human face in all its complexity and diversity, young and old, black and white, male, female and transgender – through science, psychology and stars.

The Rocky Horror Picture Show: Let's Do the Time Warp Again to have its exclusive UK and Ireland premiere on Sky Cinema

Get ready to take a walk on the wild side: Sky Cinema celebrates 40 years of Rocky Horror with the exclusive UK and Ireland premiere of The Rocky Horror Picture Show: Let's Do the Time Warp Again.

The feature-length reimagining of the 1975 cult classic will be available for the first time anywhere in the UK and Ireland from Friday 28 October on Sky Cinema - just in time for Halloween.
Sky Cinema launched on 8 July replacing Sky Movies, allowing film fans to enjoy the biggest and best movies all with new and improved HD as standard and even better sound quality.  

ITV reveals exciting all-star line-up for The Voice UK

-  Legendary artist Sir Tom Jones makes a triumphant return alongside superstar coach will.i.am
 
- Grammy and Oscar-winning Jennifer Hudson debuts on the panel
 
- Multi-Platinum Bush frontman Gavin Rossdale completes the line-up
 
Global music stars Sir Tom Jones, Jennifer Hudson and Gavin Rossdale will join top selling artist will.i.am as coaches on The Voice UK when the search for a new vocal talent moves to its new home on ITV.
 
Sir Tom returns to the panel after proving a viewer favourite on the first four series of The Voice UK, winning the debut final in 2012.
 
The Welshman has had a huge career spanning six decades, selling more than 100 million records and clocking up 36 Top 40 hits in the UK and 19 in the USA, continuing to achieve remarkable popular and critical success for his recent work.  
 
He is also the recipient of Brit Awards for Best Male and Outstanding Contribution to Music, a Grammy, the Silver Clef for Lifetime Achievement, the Hitmaker Award from the US Songwriters Hall of Fame and the UK Music Industry Trust Award. 

C4 announces details of children's mental health series Tavistock

Channel 4 today reveals further details of its groundbreaking series Tavistock (w/t), which will explore the treatment of complex issues in the nation's children and young people through exclusive access to one of England's leading mental health trusts.

The three part series, made by the award-winning Century Films, will air later this year and will examine the work of the Tavistock and Portman NHS Foundation Trust by focusing on three areas of their extensive work.

The Tavistock's Gender Identity Development Service (GIDS) is the only NHS-funded service in the UK for children.

The first film explores the difficult decisions faced by children when they feel like they've been born into the wrong gender, or don't fit into the neat definitions dictated by society. While gender dysphoria is not a mental illness, it presents a whole manner of related developmental and identity issues.

For most living like this can be unbearable. It can lead to distress, suicidal desires, and frightened and desperate parents. And there are no easy solutions – potentially life-changing decisions about transitioning into your chosen gender at a young age, and the medical interventions that follow, are very complicated.