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ofni
Posted 22/7/2017 22:36 (#42841)
Subject: BBC News "Does Reality TV Still Pack a Punch?"




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BBC News Entertainment Section celebrate over 20 years of Reality TV by asking two stars what they think of the genre that made their name.

That's Jonny Mitchell from Love Island - and somebody from Big Brother 7 by the name of Aisleyne Horgan-Wallace - always wondered what happened to her
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http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/av/entertainment-arts-40683012/does-reali...

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emptybox
Posted 24/8/2017 20:13 (#42897 - in reply to #42841)
Subject: RE: BBC News "Does Reality TV Still Pack a Punch?"




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A report on this interview has been added to the Films and TV news section.
An image from the interview is in the Films, TV & Radio gallery, and the video is in the Videos section, and currently on the Home page player.

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ofni
Posted 11/9/2017 14:14 (#42914 - in reply to #42841)
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An interesting article in the Guardian's "Jump the Shark" series which closely follows Aisleyne's "loss of innocence" thesis - and gives her a name check in its list of "Golden Age" housemates.

This article was in the Weekend section of the paper and is now online here:

https://www.theguardian.com/tv-and-radio/2017/sep/11/when-good-tv-go...
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