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Tuesday 11th March - The Cruel Cut – FGM Westminster Hall debate

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On Monday 10th March there was a debate held in Westminster Hall regarding FGM. The debate occurred because our e-petition managed to get over 100,000 signatures. The debate was chaired by Keith Vaz, the chairman of the Commons Home Affairs Committee and attended by different political figures including Diane Abbot the Labour MP for Hackney North and Stoke Newington.

Monday 10th March 2014 - The Cruel Cut - Debate in Westminster Hall

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On Monday 10th March there will be a debate in Westminster Hall about the Stop FGM in the UK e-petition. The debate has been organised by Keith Vaz and Pauline Latham. The debate will take place between 16:30- 19:30.

If you would like to get involved or join the debate then more information can be found here: http://www.parliament.uk/visiting/visiting-and-tours/watch-committees-and-debates/debates/

To watch our documentary The Cruel Cut which helped fuel the e-petition and debate: http://www.channel4.com/programmes/the-cruel-cut/4od 

Monday 3rd March 2014 - Mary Berry Cooks starts tonight on BBC Two

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In her own kitchen Mary reveals her very favourite recipes. Supper dishes, scones for tea, something for a special occasion, step by step she shows us easy fool proof recipes for them all.

Practical as ever, Mary tells you what you can make ahead of time, uses only straightforward ingredients - and gives us tips for every eventuality.

Take the fear out of cooking by watching Mary breeze effortlessly through it all.

Friday 28th February 2014 - The Cruel Cut - Campaign against cutting gets a boost as Duchess joins the fight - The Times

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At a recent cocktail reception at Clarence House the Duchess of Cornwall spoke about how she felt after she watched The Cruel Cut and also her support to end FGM.

To read the full story: http://www.thetimes.co.uk/tto/news/uk/crime/article4018701.ece 

Thursday 20th February 2014 - The Great British Bake Off - BPG Awards

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The Great British Bake Off has been nominated for a BPG Award in the factual entertainment category.

The BPG awards, sponsored by Discovery, are voted for by journalists who write about TV and radio. This year's ceremony will take place at the Theatre Royal in London's Drury Lane on 28 March.

Tuesday 18th February 2014 - The Great British Sewing Bee is back!

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Claudia Winkleman welcomes ten new home sewers to the Sewing Room, but only one of them will be crowned Britain’s best amateur sewer.

Over 8 weeks they face bespoke challenges set by Savile Row tailor Patrick Grant and sewing teacher May Martin, designed to test every element of their sewing skills. Prepare to be impressed as the sewers produce everything from stretchy leggings, to nylon anoraks, to complex coats taken from vintage patterns. Some even have to fit a real person…

Friday 7th April - BAFTA 2014

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The Cruel Cut and The Great British Bake Off have been nominated for BAFTAs. 

The Cruel Cut has been nominated in the Current Affairs category and The Great British Bake Off has been nominated twice; Features & Radio Times Audience Awards.

The ceremony will take place on Sunday 18th May.

Wednesday 5th February 2014 - GBBO - Broadcast Awards!

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Tonight is the Broadcast Awards and The Great British Bake Off has been nominated for the Best Popular Factual Programme! Good luck to the Bake Off Team!

February 2014 - The Great British Sewing Bee Series 3...?

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We are now accepting applications for series 3 of The Great British Sewing Bee! Please email sewing@loveproductions.co.uk for more information.

Monday 6th January 2014- Benefits Street – Channel 4

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Our new programme Benefits Street starts tonight on Channel 4 at 9pm.

This observational documentary series reveals the reality of life on benefits, as the residents of one of Britain’s most benefit-dependent streets invite cameras into their tight-knit community. It’s a place where residents face challenges such as bringing up children in poverty, low levels of education and training, drug and alcohol dependency, and crime. But it also has a strong sense of community, where people look out for each other and where small acts of kindness can go a long way.

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