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Enterprice - The People Vs OJ

Kazim is excited for his school reunion tonight, where he hopes to rekindle an old flame.

Jerry has a date too - but Kaz is not pleased with him dating their clientele. The boys also have a meeting with their new mentor - the impressive but very intimidating Fatima. Fatima is an impressive and intimidating personality - something Kaz and Jerry see close-up when an employee dares to cross her.

Kazim is played by Kayode Ewumi, Jerry is played by Trieve Blackwood-Cambridge and Fatima is played by Joan Iyiola.

Pictured: Tamara (Rachel Ofori)

Enterprice - We Outchea

Jerry has returned to university, and he still doesn’t feel at ease.

Kazim has now decided to look for a new job but encounters an interview with an unlikely employer. The boys must meet their mentor Fatima for one last time and report the truth about Speedi-Kazz. However, events take an incredible turn...

Kazim is played by Kayode Ewumi, Jerry is played by Trieve Blackwood-Cambridge and Fatima is played by Joan Iyiola.

Enterprice - Snakey Man

Kazim is excited to see the music video he recently made a cameo in: a track by Sammy the Irish Traveller, it's a weird one, but Kazim is simply excited to see himself on screen.

Jerry and Kazim’s relationship has turned decidedly cold, and Kazim reminisces of a time where the future looked so bright. Jerry still doesn’t know that Kaz has evidence of Jerry’s big secret, and it’s only a matter of time before the truth comes out.

Sammy is played by Lewis Doherty.

Pictured: Kazim (Kayode Ewumi) and Jerry (Trieve Blackwood-Cambridge)



Stevie Wonder: A Musical History

Few can compare to Stevie Wonder in the history of popular music. He has sold more than 100 million records, and as a singer, songwriter, producer and arranger he has a back catalogue virtually unequalled.

One of the dominant figures in American music, Stevie is a multi-faceted genius whose music has permeated popular culture. With 30 US top ten hits and 25 Grammy Awards under his belt, at 68 he’s still going strong.

In this programme a selection of well-known fans celebrate the man and his music in a hit filled hour of Stevie’s best loved songs.

Contributors across the programme include actor Martin Freeman, singers Alexander O Neal, James Morrison, Beverley Knight and Corinne Bailey Rae, DJ’s Trevor Nelson and Norman Jay and Heaven’s 17’s Martyn Ware.

Saturday 24 November



Rugby Union: Scotland v Argentina

Scotland take on Argentina at Murrayfield in their final game of their autumn series.

Scotland ran out 44-15 winners when the two nations met in Resistencia in June, but just three points separated the sides during their last autumn meeting in Edinburgh in 2016. Gabby Logan presents live coverage with expert analysis from World Cup-winning captain Martin Johnson, former Scotland skipper Andy Nicol and Argentina’s Marcelo Bosch.

Strictly Come Dancing

Following last weekend’s show from the sensational Blackpool Tower Ballroom, Strictly Come Dancing returns to Elstree, where the seven remaining couples take to the dancefloor.

Tess Daly and Claudia Winkleman present, as the battle for the Glitter Ball trophy really heats up and the pressure intensifies as the couples have to dance twice.

First they have to perform their couples’ routine to impress the ballroom judges - Shirley Ballas, Dame Darcey Bussell, Bruno Tonioli and Craig Revel Horwood - and then all seven couples take to the dancefloor at the same time for the Lindy-Hop-A-Thon. All seven will Lindy Hop at the same time to impress the judges who will rank their performances. Valuable extra points can be won, which could turn the leaderboard upside down at this crucial stage of the competition.

Once the couples have performed their routines and taken part in the Lindy-Hop-A-Thon, the voting lines will open and the public can have their say on who will dance for survival in Sunday’s results show.

Michael McIntyre's Big Show

Michael McIntyre’s Saturday night family entertainment show continues on BBC One. Expect big stars, big laughs and even bigger surprises.

This week there’s a spectacular musical performance from the one and only Kylie, and audience members are in for a big surprise when they end up taking part in a very special karaoke - or should that be Kylie-oake!

Doctor Who star Bradley Walsh hands over his phone to play Celebrity Send To All, and Michael makes an airline pilot’s dreams of performing on the west end stage come true, as he becomes the Unexpected Star.



Rugby Union: Wales v South Africa

Wales bring their Autumn Internationals campaign to an end by taking on South Africa at the Principality Stadium.

Wales coach Warren Gatland has billed the November series as a means of fine-tuning his squad ahead of next year’s World Cup, but ignore the Springboks at your peril. Fresh from a recent win over reigning world champions New Zealand in the Rugby Championship, South Africa will be striving to arrest a run of three losses in Cardiff. Wales narrowly won the most recent meeting between the sides in Washington in June, a 22-20 victory sealed by a 74th-minute penalty.

Live coverage is presented by John Inverdale, with expert analysis from former British and Irish Lions captain Sam Warburton, 100-cap Wales international Martyn Williams, former England centre Jeremy Guscott and South African World Cup winner Jean de Villiers.

Evita: The Making Of A Superstar

In Evita: The Making Of A Superstar, Suzy Klein travels deep into the world of musical theatre and the colourful landscapes of Argentina, to discover the story behind one of the West End’s most celebrated characters.

Interweaving the stories of Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber’s creation with the true story of Eva Peron, she celebrates the extraordinary show in the 40th year since its creation.

Meeting musical stars including Elaine Paige, Hal Prince and Tim Rice, Suzy hears how the show came into being, all inspired by a face on a postage stamp. She then travels to Argentina, meeting politicians, performers and Eva fans to hear how this intensely divisive figure - loved by the poor, loathed by the rich - became one of the enduring icons of our time.

Evita: The Making OF A Superstar is a Brook Lapping production and was commissioned for BBC Two by Emma Cahusac. The producer/director is Victoria James for Brook Lapping Productions.




With Rayna (Imogen King) missing, Holly (Synnøve Karlsen) finds herself desperate to discover the truth of that night.

When the university acts to punish the boys and expels Jack (Leo Suter) on the basis of an accusation, the boys go to town on the Dean of Students - and discover that he has some skeletons in his own cupboard. Unable to ignore corruption, Holly finds herself running with the boys - but are they mischievous or dangerous?

Louise (Sophia Brown) starts to question the beliefs she’s defended so hard. Is everything that Rayna has told Holly true? Is Agnes (Madeleine Worrall) hiding more than corruption? Whilst everyone wrestles with their version of the truth, the events of that night on the beach take an awful toll.

Pictured: Barney (Barney Harris), Calum (Nicholas Nunn), Holly (Synnøve Karlsen), Aubrey (Jyuddah Jaymes)



Emeli Sande: Radio 2 In Concert

Recorded on 22 November as part of BBC Radio 2’s In Concert series, Emeli Sandé performs in the BBC Radio Theatre, London.

Multiple Brit Award-winning artist Emeli Sandé established herself as one of the UK’s most exciting artists in 2012, with the release of her debut album, Our Version Of Events. The album spent a total of 10 weeks at number one and was the best-selling album of 2012 in the UK.

Emeli also performed at both the opening and closing ceremonies for the 2012 London Olympics. Following the release of Emeli’s second album, Long Live The Angels, she performed earlier this year at BBC Music’s Biggest Weekend in Perth. Emeli also won a Brit award in 2017 for Best British Female.

Other artists featured in this series of Radio 2 In Concert are Paul Weller, Boy George and Culture Club, Ed Sheeran and Sir Cliff Richard (29 November).

Sunday 25 November



Doctor Who

Episode Eight: The Witchfinders

The Doctor, Ryan, Graham and Yaz arrive in 17th century Lancashire and become embroiled in a witch trial, run by the local landowner.

As fear stalks the land the arrival of King James I only serves to intensify the witch hunt. But is there something even more dangerous at work? Can the Doctor and friends keep the people of Bilehurst Cragg safe from all the forces that are massing in the land?

Starring Jodie Whittaker, Bradley Walsh, Mandip Gill and Tosin Cole. Guest starring Siobhan Finneran and Alan Cumming.

Written by Joy Wilkinson. Directed by Sallie Aprahamian.


Strictly Come Dancing - The Results

The Results show opens with an amazing group routine - a collaboration between the Strictly pros and dance company, Candoco.

It’s then time to look back on Saturday’s performances, as we find out who will be waltzing into next week and who will be going home. The judges’ scores and viewers’ votes have now been combined, and Tess Daly and Claudia Winkleman will reveal which two of the seven remaining couples will face each other in the dance-off.

The decision then rests with the judges - who will they save, and who will leave the Strictly ballroom? Amongst all the sequins and sparkle, rock icon Rod Stewart takes to floor for a special musical performance.


This film explores the family dynamics of one of the most famous lion prides in Africa - the Marsh Pride of Kenya’s Masai Mara.

As the story begins, the Marsh pride is in a unique situation in their history. They have been abandoned by all of the adult males who - until now - defended the pride. Just two adult females are left to feed and protect their eight cubs. The future of the whole family rests entirely on the shoulders of two mothers, Charm and her cousin Sienna. They need to raise their young to adulthood if this great dynasty is to continue.

They and their cubs will face the great perils of the African Savannah: raging herds of buffalo, rival lion prides and the constant menace of marauding hyenas. However, in an extraordinary story of leadership against all odds, a fateful turn of events shows that one of the most deadly threats to their future is humanity itself.

The Little Drummer Girl

Escorted by Helga (Katharina Schuttler), Charlie (Florence Pugh) travels to Lebanon, where she is delivered into the hands of Michel (Amir Khoury) and Khalil’s (Charif Ghattas) sister, Fatmeh.

Fatmeh (Lubna Azabal) tests Charlie’s conviction to revolution, and her love for Michel, before abandoning her at a militia training camp. Charlie is thrown together with other westerners who want to fight for the Palestinian cause.

Trading ideas for arms, Charlie goes through a gruelling test as she is trained in weapons and guerrilla tactics by the harsh and unknowable drill sergeant, Captain Tayeh (Adel Bencherif). She comes to blows with an American recruit, Halloran (Mark Stanley), who’s been driven to despair in the camp, unable to leave yet deemed unfit to fight. When Halloran starts to believe that Charlie is a spy, she is forced to decide whether to sacrifice him in order to save herself.

In London, Kurtz’s (Michael Shannon) team try to work out where Khalil’s next attack will take place. Kurtz is in a race against time with his superiors, who are pushing for military action against the Palestinian revolutionaries. Becker cracks the code of the cell’s communications and becomes convinced that Khalil intends to strike next on British soil.

As Charlie wins Fatmeh’s trust she is brought into the inner circle of their refugee camp. Charlie cannot help but feel deep sympathy towards their cause and the desperate struggle they face. When Charlie returns to England it appears she’s on a mission at Fatmeh’s command and Kurtz and Becker do not know if she is coming back as one of them - or if she has turned against them.

Pictured: Charlie (Florence Pugh) and Fatmeh (Lubna Azabal)



Rugby Union: England v Australia highlights

Sonja McLaughlan introduces highlights as England attempt to round off their autumn series in style by beating Australia at Twickenham.

England coach Eddie Jones has been under pressure to produce positive results in November after finishing fifth in the 2018 Six Nations, while Australia coach Michael Cheika has also faced negative headlines following an underwhelming Rugby Championship featuring just two victories.

In last year’s November meeting, England ran out 30-6 winners.

Louis Theroux’s Altered States: Take My Baby

Louis heads to California, the US adoption capital, where the majority of new-born adoptions are carried out privately in what is now a multi-million dollar industry.

Agencies, facilitators and lawyers can earn thousands of dollars per baby by matching pregnant women prepared to give up their newborns, with adoptive parents willing to pay up to $50,000 for a baby.

Spending time with birth mothers as they prepare to hand over their babies, Louis uncovers the stories of poverty, addiction and abuse which have informed their decision.

He also meets adoptive families who are paying out huge amounts of money in the hope of being able to raise a child they can’t have by natural means. But in a system open to abuse, whether or not the birth mother hands over the baby can hang in the balance until after the birth.



"Fake Homeless": Who's Begging On The Streets?

There are claims that the UK has a serious problem with people pretending to be homeless. The “fake homeless” trick other people into giving them money, and reports suggest that these people are becoming increasingly widespread.

But is this just a scare story created to demonise real homeless people? Journalist Ellie Flynn investigates.

The number of people sleeping rough in England is at a record high: government data shows that on any given night in autumn last year, nearly 5,000 people were recorded sleeping on the streets, a figure that has more than doubled since 2010. Some police records show that 80 percent of people begging have 'some kind of home' to go to.

Police in Cambridgeshire say they are practicing a 'zero tolerance' attitude to begging; in Liverpool one business owner claims every beggar outside his pubs and clubs is a fake; and in Devon, a 'homeless vigilante' - Ashley Sims - believes he is taking a stand by photographing and publicly shaming 'fake homeless' beggars.

Homelessness charities say the individuals that people like Ashley and Cambridge police are taking action against may well have homes, but could have complex and chaotic lives that led to them begging on the streets. They argue that people are demonising the homeless population, who already face a lack of trust and abuse from the public.

So are we in a country full of scammers? What's the truth?



Jazzology With Soweto Kinch

Jazzology with Soweto Kinch (pictured) follows Soweto on a personal journey into jazz. Travelling to New Orleans, New York and London, Soweto meets and plays with fellow musicians, and discovers the roots behind the music that is political, spiritual and rooted in African American history

With jazz currently undergoing a revival, Soweto shines a light on a 100 year-old art form that’s showing no sign of slowing down.

On his travels he meets many of today’s jazz greats, including singer and bassist Esperanza Spalding and saxophonist Donny McCaslin, who both featured on David Bowie’s album Blackstar.

Soweto also speaks to the latest wave of young British jazz musicians, including saxophonist Shabaka Hutchings and composer and arranger Cassie Kinoshi, who despite their roots in jazz traditions also look to the future of the art form, by drawing on contemporary influences found in grime and dubstep.

BBC Young Jazz Musician 2018 Final

The BBC Young Jazz Musician final will be held in London at the Southbank Centre’s Queen Elizabeth Hall on Saturday 24 November, and broadcast on BBC Four the following day (Sunday 25 November).

For the first time, the final of BBC Young Jazz Musician will be hosted at the Jazz Festival, as part of a new relationship designed to further the competition’s aim of showcasing the most talented young jazz performers to audiences across the UK.

This year the finalists are:

  • James Owston (bass)
  • Reuben Goldmark (piano)
  • Xhosa Cole (saxophone)
  • Seth Tackaberry (bass)
  • Fergus McCreadie (piano)

Each competitor has made it through a rigorous selection process to make it to this final, and will be looking to impress a judging line-up consisting of:

  • Pianist Monty Alexander
  • Composer and pianist Zoe Rahman
  • Bassist Gary Crosby, founding member of Jazz Warriors
  • Singer Zara McFarlane
  • Saxophonist and composer Iain Ballamy

Saxophonist and composer YolanDa Brown joins BBC Young Musician regular Josie d’Arby to present coverage of the final.

BBC Young Jazz Musician was established in 2014 to shine a spotlight on and provide a platform for the UK’s most talented young jazz performers, echoing the way in which BBC Young Musician has been showcasing young classical performers for the past 40 years.

Monday 26 November



Richard Osman's House Of Games

Every day this week the celebrity contestants - actress Samantha Womack, Top Gear’s Rory Reid, broadcaster Anne Diamond and comedian James Acaster - take on a series of challenging quiz games selected by the host, teatime quiz legend, Richard Osman.

A daily winner will be declared following a quick-fire round at the end of each show as the scores are tallied across the week resulting in an overall champion being crowned on Friday. Will the winning stars opt for the much coveted House Of Games dartboard, or instead go for the must-have branded dressing gown?

Fun, witty, and full of surprises, Richard’s cross-examination of the celebs over the course of a week provides an entertaining watch for all the family, as the level of competitiveness and camaraderie grows. And of course, this warm, feel-good quiz is perfect for playing along with at home.

Richard Osman’s House of Games is made by Remarkable. Executive producers are Tamara Gilder and Richard Hague, and the series producer is Stephen Lovelock.

Pictured: Samantha Womack and Rory Reid

Tuesday 27 November



Holby City

Serena (Catherine Russell) fights chaos on the ward during a hospital inspection. Meanwhile Meena (Salma Hoque) confronts a crisis of her own and has to make a momentous life decision.

Nicky (Belinda Owusu) gives her all to impress Mo (Chizzy Akudolu, pictured), jumping straight into a tricky diagnosis that will either help her pitch to stay on Darwin - or prove it’s time she moved on.

With Holby still reeling from recent events, Hanssen (Guy Henry) struggles to recover from his personal trauma.

Mrs Wilson

It’s 1963, and Alison Wilson (Ruth Wilson) returns home to husband Alexander (Iain Glen) - shortly before his sudden death.

Blinded by grief and focusing on comforting her two teenage sons (Gordon and Nigel, played by Calam Lynch and Otto Farrant), Alison is bewildered when a Gladys Wilson (Elizabeth Rider) arrives at the door, claiming to be Alec’s ‘real’ wife.

Alison sets out on a journey to discover who Alexander Wilson really was, dissecting their 1940s romance and her husband’s mysterious career in the secret service.




School this week follows students with Asperger’s, Downs Syndrome and other special needs, whose future level of funding to support them in a mainstream school is currently the subject of intense national debate.

The Castle School in rural South Gloucestershire supports the largest proportion of pupils with Special Educational Needs (SEN) in the Trust. It’s well known for its commitment to students of all abilities. As the school is forced to make savings to its overall budget, the support staff who work with the special needs students face significant cuts to their team numbers.

Fourteen year-old Jack is on Castle’s Special Needs Register. He has Asperger’s Syndrome and suffers severe anxiety about attending school, despite teachers’ confidence in his ability. His high target GCSE grades reflect his academic achievements so far - yet Jack has one of the worst attendance records at Castle.

Wayne Underwood, a P.E. teacher and Head of Year, is tasked with improving Jack’s attendance. With no professional training in dealing with pupils with complex needs, and with the school’s resources stretched to the limit, Wayne is struggling to provide the right support for Jack. Jack’s mum is informed that if her son’s attendance doesn’t improve she could face being taken to court by her local council.

With Head Teacher Angie Browne learning of further budget pressures on Special Needs support, Castle, like all schools across the country, has to confront an uncertain future for their SEN students. This includes Ollie, who has Downs Syndrome and has thrived at Castle since joining three years ago. He relies on one-to-one expert support to negotiate life in mainstream education, but even with an official Education, Health and Care Plan in place his future funding is not guaranteed.

School is a co-production with the Open University.

Pictured: Oliver, Poppy, Jack

Wednesday 28 November



Death And Nightingales

Matthew Rhys, Ann Skelly and Jamie Dornan lead the cast of Death And Nightingales, a riveting three-part story of love, betrayal, deception and revenge, set over a tense 24-hour period across the beautiful, haunting countryside of Fermanagh in 1885.

Growing up, Beth Winters (Ann Skelly) was caught between two warring parents, her Catholic mother Catherine having married her Protestant step-father Billy when she was already pregnant by an unknown Catholic man.

On her 23rd birthday, her mother long dead, Beth has planned to escape the claustrophobic grip of Billy and their closed community by running away with charming, mysterious Liam Ward (Jamie Dornan). But with the hour of reckoning fast approaching, can Beth hold her nerve?

Death And Nightingales is a powerful and gripping drama that follows a woman struggling to control her destiny, illuminating tensions that tear both families and nations apart.

The drama was adapted and directed by Allan Cubitt (The Fall). It is an Imaginarium and Soho Moon production for BBC Two. Commissioned by Patrick Holland, Controller of BBC Two and Piers Wenger, Controller of BBC Drama, the Executive Producers are James Mitchell for Soho Moon, Phil Robertson for Imaginarium and Tommy Bulfin for BBC Two. Produced by Jonathan Cavendish (Breathe), Death And Nightingales is supported by Northern Ireland Screen and Red Arrow Studios International will distribute worldwide.



Vic & Bob's Big Night Out

Legendary double-act Vic Reeves and Bob Mortimer burst back onto our screens with a brand new series of Big Night Out, a hilarious non-stop half-hour of mischief, fun and mayhem.

There are sketches, songs, eye-popping special effects, ridiculous fights and clever stunts packed into this fast-paced studio show. Fans will rejoice at the return of some old favourites, including Novelty Island - and the contestants entering the paddock this series will certainly not disappoint. 

The four part series also features some special guests, including the incredible pop singer George Ezra, who proves he is a dab hand with a hammer and nails in Novelty Island, before trying to perform his number one hit single Shotgun.

Kicking off the first of this four part series, Vic & Bob interrupt a couple’s cosy dinner date in the studio with a lively song and dance routine. Vic reveals his hitherto unseen circus skills and impressionist abilities while Bob makes a very revealing confession to a reverend who might be hiding a secret himself.

Later they are interrupted by Tom Cruise, who appears to be performing a stunt just up the road but seems to be more interested in what these pair are up to in the studio.

Fans will rejoice at the return of Novelty Island, and the contestants will certainly not disappoint anyone tonight. Graham Lister performs with his rather clever rescue owl ‘Beaky’, there is a very unusual act from a singing cowboy and Bill Decker demonstrates his unusual animal impersonation skills.

Midway through the show the boys take a well-earned supper break which leaves them feeling rather mellow before they reveal the celebrity secrets held within the exclusive Sandwich Club.

The show closes with the uplifting song You Can Do It - which proves anything is possible.

Thursday 29 November



Inside The Foreign Office

Episode three: Brits In Trouble

The way most Britons come into contact with the Foreign Office is when they get into trouble overseas. This film follows three diplomats as they try to aid Brits who unexpectedly find themselves in serious trouble on the other side of the world.

Ten young backpackers are thrown into a squalid, overcrowded jail in Cambodia facing pornography charges they all deny; an elderly couple haven’t been heard from since their house was destroyed by the most powerful hurricane ever to hit the Caribbean; and a young girl in Iraq, about to be forced into marrying her first cousin, wants to escape back to the UK.

In this final episode we meet Sophie Lott (pictured), a former probation officer who used to work with perpetrators of honour-based violence in east London. Now at the Foreign Office’s specialist Forced Marriage Unit, she works to help victims. Her latest case involves a 17 year-old girl who was orphaned in Britain and sent to live with relatives in Iraq. As the girl approaches her 18th birthday, Sophie has discovered that her family in Baghdad will kill her if she doesn’t agree to marry. Sophie works with the consul at the British Embassy in Baghdad to try to rescue the girl before she turns 18.

Gary Fisher leads the Asia Casework team in London, working with British embassies on the most complicated death, hospitalisation and detention cases all over the continent. When news breaks that ten foreigners have been arrested and imprisoned in Cambodia for ‘pornographic dancing’, Gary is charged by the Minister of State for Asia to work out what’s happened and how they can help the prisoners, all without upsetting the UK’s relationship with the Cambodian government.

Lastly we meet Clare Gozdawa, who normally works as a political officer on the Ukraine desk in Whitehall, but also volunteers for the Foreign Office’s rapid deployment team. When Hurricane Irma cuts its destructive path across the Caribbean, Clare is sent to the British Virgin Islands on round-the-clock shifts. While officials from other departments deal with the complexities of policing, health, aid, transport and military deployments, Clare sets off across the island with the British Army to try to find a British couple reported missing by their daughter in the UK.

Live At The Apollo

This week's third episode of Live at the Apollo is hosted by the uproarious Gina Yashere (pictured), as she introduces the amazing Lost Voice Guy and the brilliant Ed Gamble to the stage.

At the forefront of its genre, the roll call of stand-ups who have performed in front of the famous Live At The Apollo lights plays out like a who’s who of comedic royalty, and this series is no different.

Each episode will see a national (and sometimes international) stand-up compering and performing, before introducing two of the best established and up and coming stand-ups to the stage.




Enterprice - Hoops N Dreams

It’s a big day for Kazim and Jeremiah - their fledgling delivery business, Speedi-Kazz, has won the opportunity to pitch for £20k in front of some of London’s most successful entrepreneurs.

But what’s the best approach - slick and professional or cool and calm? Either way, Kaz doesn’t think they should be begging for the money.

Pictured: Kazim (Kayode Ewumi) and Jeremiah (Trieve Blackwood-Cambridge)

Friday 30 November



MOTD Live: FA Cup Second Round

Live coverage from the pick of the ties in the second round of this season’s FA Cup, when the non-league minnows face off against Football League opposition.

In last season’s competition, seventh-tier side Hereford held League One Fleetwood to a 1-1 draw away from home in round two, despite being ranked 89 places further down the league ladder.

Sir Cliff Richard: Radio 2 In Concert

Recorded on 29 November as part of BBC Radio 2’s In Concert series, following the release of his new album Rise Up, Sir Cliff Richard performs new tracks and classic favourites in the BBC Radio Theatre, London.

Cliff Richard is one of the UK’s most well-loved singers, with a career spanning 60 years. He has sold over 250 million records worldwide, and 21 million singes in the UK.

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