Viewers praise ‘painfully true’ comedy in Catastrophe season three opener

Viewers have reacted well to the series three debut of Catastrophe (Picture: Channel 4) Catastrophe has made its welcome return to Channel 4, and as expected viewers were absolutely loving it. Play To The Whistle viewers loved Frank Lampard and John Terry’s loved-up staring contest While we won’t see the late Carrie Fisher’s final scenes until the sixth and final episode ...

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Cadburys have just brought out peanut butter and mint Oreo bars

(Picture: Getty/Cadbury/MylesGoode) Back in January, we brought you news that Cadbury had launched Oreo Creme Eggs. And for a while, the internet went mad. Who wouldn’t want a creamy chocolate egg filled with delicious Oreo cream and biscuit? Can you make over 1000 pancakes in an hour? Best pancake world records Well, it turns out that such is our Oreo ...

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Today is St David’s Day – Dydd Gŵyl Dewi Hapus!

Daffodils (Picture: Getty) Happy St David’s Day – or perhaps that should be Dydd Gŵyl Dewi Hapus! Happy St David’s Day! The hottest Welsh male stars from Luke Evans to Leigh Halfpenny Today is the national day for Wales, when people stock up on daffodils, Welsh flags and Welsh Rarebit (yum) to celebrate the patron saint St David. The day has not yet been ...

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George Michael’s boyfriend Fadi Fawaz quits Twitter after singer’s ex Kenny Goss speaks out

Fadi Fawaz as deleted his Twitter account (Picture: WENN/Twitter) George Michael’s boyfriend Fadi Fawaz has deleted his Twitter account. BBC’s Nick Robinson posts emotional tribute to Radio 4 presenter Steve Hewlett The verified account, which Fawaz used to share photos and memories of the late singer, has gone from the social media website. His most recent post was a black ...

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Games Inbox: Horizon Zero Dawn killer app, Super Mario 64 redux, and Breath Of The Wild Wii U

Horizon Zero Dawn – only on PlayStation The morning Inbox calls for more Harry Potter games, as one reader argues why JRPG fans should buy a PS Vita. To join in with the discussions yourself email gamecentral@ukmetro.co.uk Juicy temptation So far this generation I haven’t been envious of PlayStation 4 owners. I’m generally not bothered about Uncharted 4 and I ...

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Torment: Tides Of Numenera review – not just a castoff

Torment: Tides Of Numenera (PC) – old school, for better and worse The spiritual successor to Planescape: Torment has one of the best scripts since the original classic ‘90s RPG. The ‘90s was the first golden era of PC gaming. While consoles only began their first experiments with 3D gameplay halfway through the decade, the PC market played host to ...

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John McDonnell Urged Workers To Break Strike Laws As He Backed 'Insurrection' Against The Tories

Jeremy Corbyn’s key ally John McDonnell urged workers to defy strike laws, backed occupation of City buildings and supported “insurrection” that “gets in the face” of business chiefs. At a series of meetings between 2011 and 2014 McDonnell – who is now Labour’s Shadow Chancellor – advocated radical street action to take advantage of the “classical Marxist crisis of capitalism” ...

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'The Replacement' Episode 1 Review: 8 Questions We're Already Asking Of Maternity Leave Drama

‘The Replacement’ tapped into every working mum-to-be’s nightmare – what happens when your maternity cover appears to be taking your job, your friends, your life, from under your nose?  Morven Christie and Vicky McClure were well-matched in this slick urban thriller, set in beautifully lit Glasgow, full of pregnant *coughs* pauses, remarks that could be taken two ways and brooding ...

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Mount Etna erupts for the first time this year

Mount Etna has erupted for the first time this year, spewing bright orange lava into the sky above the Italian island of Sicily. One of the most active volcanoes in the world, it has been largely dormant for the last few years. However, it burst into life earlier this week, spewing giant fountains of lava into the sky that could be ...

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Rafael Benitez hails Newcastle comeback as most satisfying win of the season

Rafael Benitez hailed Newcastle United’s comeback win over Brighton and Hove Albion as the most satisfying of his season. Newcastle moved back to the top of the Championship, beating former leaders Brighton who, with 10 minutes left, were due to go four points clear in first. Newcastle beat Norwich City 4-3 last September thanks to two last-gasp goals but Benitez ...

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