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The Courier & Advertiser (Angus and The Mearns Edition) - - TELEVISION & RADIO -

Emma Wil­lis hosts the se­cond in­stal­ment of the Blind Au­di­tions, in which celebrity coaches, Jen­nifer Hud­son, Olly Murs and Sir Tom Jones seek out the na­tion’s best vo­cal tal­ent. But there is a sim­ple twist - with the four The 2019 Brit Awards will take place on Fe­bru­ary 20, but if you just can’t wait that long, this spe­cial live pro­gramme will give you a taste of what’s in store. Clara Amfo is an­nounc­ing all of the Brit Award Nom­i­na­tions for 2019, in­clud­ing spe­cial per­for­mances from Lit­tle Mix, Jess Glynne and Ge­orge Ezra. Dou­ble bill. Uno takes the group to visit a de­serted cholera hos­pi­tal, and Min­nie is cer­tain she is get­ting close to the truth. In the se­cond episode, Min­nie dis­cov­ers peo­ple have dis­ap­peared from the is­land through­out the ages and won­ders if the cur­rent cases could be re­lated to what hap­pened 70 or 160 years ago. the­couri­er­magazine coaches se­lect­ing their teams through ’blind au­di­tions’, looks play no part in the se­lec­tion process, mean­ing each singer is cho­sen on vo­cal abil­ity alone. This se­ries, the coaches are also con­sid­er­ing trios for the first time - but will the groups be tripling their chances of go­ing through to the next round? For more than 30 years, Through the Key­hole has of­fered us an op­por­tu­nity to play the nosey neigh­bour, with­out ever mov­ing from our own so­fas. The new run gets un­der way again tonight, with Danny Dyer, Sally Phillips and Chris Ka­mara at­tempt­ing to iden­tify who are the own­ers of three mys­tery homes. Am­a­teur footage and au­dio­tape recorded by peo­ple around New York, giv­ing an in­sight into their ex­pe­ri­ences of the Septem­ber 11 ter­ror­ist at­tacks on the World Trade Cen­tre in 2001. Joined to­gether into an his­tor­i­cal record, the end re­sult is an in­tense­lyper­son­alper­spec­tive.

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