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Hayley Maree, a leading lady of house music in Australia, has been invigorating dance floor across the nation for the past 13 years. Hayley Maree has residencies at all the major dance parties and events across the country including events like Daywash & IRH in Sydney and Rock City Melbourne) She has also played along side some of the biggest names in the business such as Freemasons (UK), Tony Moran (USA), The ShapeShifters ( UK) and for many years opened for UK DJ Producer DJ Wayne G In 201 ...
 
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Corrie graduate Katherine Kelly is back on Must Watch to tell Nihal, Scott and Hayley about starring in the second season of ITV crime drama anthology Innocent. Anthony Boyle talks to Hayley about his role in BBC Two’s true life military series Danny Boy. And there’s ANOTHER superhero TV series from Netflix to pick over.…
 
Rick Edwards joins Scott Bryan and Hayley Campbell to discuss satisfying TV finales. Emily Beecham talks to Hayley about BBC One’s adaptation of The Pursuit of Love. Plus reviews of Intergalactic and series 2 of This Time with Alan Partridge.By BBC Radio 5 live
 
Netflix star (and birthday girl) Thaddea Graham joins Nihal, Scott and Hayley and almost singularly fails to discuss her new show The Irregulars. But she does talk a LOT about chickens. And crows. And Yoghurt. Oh, and Gogglebox.Plus, has Line of Duty become incomprehensible for regular viewers, and is “already-cult” show This is My House the most b…
 
Line of Duty is back – but are 9.6 million viewers getting the best series yet of Jed Mercurio’s police drama? Disney+ continue their avalanche of Marvel Cinematic Universe content with The Falcon and the Winter Soldier and Kay Mellor’s Syndicate returns with a new cast after six years away from our screen – but does star Taj Atwal regret turning d…
 
Brady Mavetz is 24 years old, from the suburbs of Minnesota and raised in a supportive family. Became very competitive in his youth. He wasn’t sure of what career to go into, so he trained to be an Engineer only to discover that it wasn’t his passion. He pushed through the program because he thought it was what people wanted him to do. He was opera…
 
Sky’s Your Honor sees Bryan Cranston play a judge who is forced into a criminal underworld. Ice cold naval period drama The Terror comes to BBC Two and rock star Ricky Wilson explores his arty side for CBBC. Plus former Frasier writer Joe Keenan stops by the pod to talk about the return of the 90s sitcom.…
 
Nihal, Hayley and Scott dive in to Jed Mercurio’s new crime thriller with star Charlene McKenna, Love Victor leads a big dump of new shows on Disney+ and Netflix add Kevin James and NASCAR together to make The Crew. Plus Scott tries to work out how much things cost with disastrous consequences.By BBC Radio 5 live
 
This week; Aston Merrygold spills the beans on his time in ITV’s The Masked Singer, Hayley speaks to Grey’s Anatomy star Patrick Dempsey about his role in Sky’s financial thriller Devils and Nihal chats to the head writer of Disney+’s Marvel series Wandavision. Plus, Framing Britney gets a UK air date, Countdown has a new host, and reviews of My Mu…
 
Geoff Lloyd sits in for Nihal with Scott Bryan, Hayley Campbell and special guest Gabrielle – who tells the crew about her appearance on the Masked Singer.Plus reviews of Amazon’s Black Mirror-esque series Soulmates, Channel 4’s First Dates and the new series of films from documentary-maker Adam Curtis.…
 
Former Spooks star Rupert Penry-Jones drops by to talk about his role in the new Channel 5 psychological thriller The Drowning. Sky get gritty (and really rather violent) with Italian crime drama ZeroZeroZero and Joanna Lumley’s back (has she ever been away?). This time she’s tootling around Britain, and Scott thinks it’s all rather lovely. Email m…
 
Is Nicolas Cage’s new Netflix documentary the strangest TV show of all time? How excited is Hayley about the return of Sex and the City? The Must Watch crew answer the BIG questions of 2021. Plus Men Behaving Badly creator Simon Nye tells us about his new ITV drama and RuPaul’s Drag Race returns to BBC iPlayer.This programme has been edited to remo…
 
DJ Mason Andrews in the mix for our first ever IRH party in Brisbane on New Year's Day 2021! Apple Podcast: http://podcasts.apple.com/au/podcast/dj-mason-andrews-podcast/id1024936425 Soundcloud: http://soundcloud.com/mason-andrews-713138201 Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/itsmasonandrews Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/masonandrewsdj…
 
Geoff Lloyd joins Hayley Campbell and Scott Bryan for the ultimate guide to festive TV. They’re joined by Tom Davis and Laura Checkley to talk about the King Gary special; Cat Deeley looks back at her time on SM:TV; Hugh Skinner chats about lending his voice to the Christmas Day Zog sequel; Ben Willbond and Simon Farnaby chat Ghosts and Nicola Coug…
 
Love Island graduate Shaughna Phillips joins Scott, Nihal and Hayley to explain why she’s baring *everything* while ice skating on prime time ITV (it’s all for a very good cause). Plus the Grand Tour Boys™ are back - whether you want them to be or not. This time the Amazon Prime trio head to the island of Réunion to explore its ridiculous ring road…
 
Nihal, Hayley and Scott pick over the start of festive TV season, including Marah Carey’s “ludicrous” Magical Christmas Special on AppleTV+ (specifically created to torture Hayley), Ridley Scott’s new Sky Atlantic science-fiction series and the return of Dawn French’s Vicar of Dibley. Plus Jon Richardson drops by to talk about the Christmas episode…
 
Hayley, Nihal and Scott tackle the biggest questions in TV and streaming. Is a Saturday night game show in any way comparable to the Wire? Is a Scotch Egg a substantial meal? Is a ‘crisp salad’ a thing? Plus they actually review some TV.This week, Michael McIntyre takes celebrities for a spin in The Wheel, Grayson Perry’s Art Club returns and we di…
 
Lord Boreal himself (Ariyon Bakare) joins the Must Watch crew to talk about the return of BBC One’s fantasy series His Dark Materials. Scott and Hayley cast their critical eye across the return of the Crown – this time with added Margaret Thatcher, plus BBC Two’s industry looks at the indignities of being an intern at a fictional financial firm.…
 
I’m a Celebrity winner Emily Atack joins Nihal, Scott and Hayley to talk about her new ITV sketch and stand-up show. Plus the Mandalorian’s back – so we must be heading for another lockdown, Channel 4 finally let us see the rest of Maxxx and Nihal tells us why he’s being bombarded with paintings of himself.…
 
Patrick Kielty, Scott and Hayley review the week’s big TV shows, with guest Nick Frost. Netflix turn to chess to provide the drama in The Queen’s Gambit, Nicole Kidman and Hugh Grant start in Sky’s The Undoing and Simon Pegg and Nick Frost’s new comedy goes deep with internet ghost hunters. And Nick himself is the guest, but what will he make of th…
 
Anne Leduc. Diagnosed with Ankylosing Spondylitis. From Montreal Canada, experienced anxiety and odd health issues growing up. Graduated from the University of Montreal with a Bachelor of Business Administration. She moved to the USA where she began her career, was married then divorced. She is a former Iron Man triathlete, completing the Iron Man …
 
Nihal, Hayley and Scott look at the best new TV and streaming shows. BAFTA winner Katherine Parkinson drops by to talk about Taskmaster’s move from Dave to Channel 4. Hugh Laurie stars in political thriller Roadkill on BBC One, and Netflix follow up The Haunting of Hill House with a new spooky series timed for Halloween.…
 
Nihal, Hayley and Scott look at a powerful documentary on the Atlantic slave trade, Channel 4’s new drama set in the world of porn production and Netflix’s Emily in Paris – from the creators of Sex and the City. Plus the most awkward TV moments to watch with your parents and when is a series obviously bad but you just can’t stop watching it. Get in…
 
Nihal, Scott and Hayley review Spitting Image on Britbox. Plus, they speak to Blake Harrison about Agatha and the Midnight Murders on Channel 5 and Harry Lloyd about Brave New World. Hayley opens up about the fox who visits her garden and Scott’s got a new ironing board to broadcast from.By BBC Radio 5 live
 
Nihal, Scott and Hayley review Netflix space series “Away” starring Hilary Swank and hear from her co-star, Ray Panthaki. They take a look at Sue Perkins’ travelogue Along the US-Mexico Border and season two of The Boys. They also discuss the return of Eastenders and the end of Doc Martin.By BBC Radio 5 live
 
Laura Whitmore, Scott and Hayley speak to Fleabag’s Sian Clifford about starring alongside Maisie Williams in Sky One’s Two Weeks To Live. Plus Anna Madeley on Channel 5’s reboot of All Creatures Great and Small. The team also review BBC One’s latest Strike adaptation: Lethal White.By BBC Radio 5 live
 
Nihal, Scott and Hayley round up the announcements coming from this year’s Edinburgh TV Festival – including Channel 4’s new game show where contestants must built a bridge! Plus, Nihal speaks to historian David Olusoga as he prepares to give the prestigious MacTaggart lecture at the festival. The team also review I Hate Suzie on Sky Atlantic, Star…
 
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