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Get Ready, The Griffins Are Moving To A New Home In The UK

The Huffington Post UK | Daniel Welsh | Posted 23.03.2015 | UK Entertainment

Exciting news, ‘Family Guy’ fans - the Griffin family are about to up sticks and move to a new home in the UK. SEE MORE: Peter Griffin Came To...

The Revolution Will NOT Be Televised, Apparently...

Eugene Smith | Posted 20.02.2015 | UK Universities & Education
Eugene Smith

If BBC Three has practically gone, then, what about the replacement channels - the former competitors? The Inbetweeners and Misfits were admittedly immensely popular and of BAFTA-winning quality respectively, but is the mediocre American sitcom-infested E4 really a viable alternative to BBC Three?

This Could Be The Last Day To Save BBC Three...

The Huffington Post UK | Louise Ridley | Posted 18.02.2015 | UK

Campaigners hoping to save BBC Three have delivered a petition with over 270,000 signatures to the corporation's headquarters, begging for the youth T...

Is Immigration Needed If British People Won't Do Tough Jobs?

Lee Dalloway | Posted 07.12.2014 | UK
Lee Dalloway

The influx is placing a strain on our healthcare, welfare and housing systems. But there's also arguments that without immigrants our NHS in particular would collapse. Are we a nation of people too good for tough or 'menial' jobs? Or are we just letting in too many people to do them for us?

Politicians Don't Care About Young People

Rick Edwards | Posted 04.06.2014 | UK Politics
Rick Edwards

I passionately believe that we have to stall this slump in the youth vote. And then reverse it. We are in real danger of letting down an entire generation. We need to force politicians to care by hitting them where it hurts - the ballot box. Which brings me onto Russell Brand...

(VIDEO) BBC Set to Go All Digital with Youth Network "BBC Three," Ralph Rivera Explains

Andy Plesser | Posted 31.05.2014 | UK
Andy Plesser

LONDON - The BBC's proposal to close its linear youth TV channel BBC Three in the UK but to go on publishing its shows online under the same brand wil...

What Kind of Week Has It Been? 14 March 2014

Paddy Duffy | Posted 12.05.2014 | UK Politics
Paddy Duffy

The world is often a troubled place, and sometimes world leaders need to not just be strong, but also look strong to inspire confidence. At least that must be the rationale David Cameron was using, otherwise he's simply a vain lunatic with the presence of mind of a sloshed uncle at a wedding...

Charlotte Meredith

EDL Girls - Don't Call Me Racist: BBC 3 Slammed For Giving 'Hateful Propaganda' A Platform | Charlotte Meredith | Posted 11.03.2014 | UK

The BBC is under fire after airing a documentary on the female members living within the English Defence League's ranks. Many of the members involv...

A War on the Young? The Closure of BBC Three

Des Freedman | Posted 06.05.2014 | UK
Des Freedman

The BBC's decision to close its sole youth-focused TV channel, BBC Three, is both depressing and divisive. Depressing because it represents yet another attack on a generation that is already facing the sharp end of austerity policies with high youth unemployment, welfare cuts, the prospect of huge debts for those who choose to go to university and the lack of affordable housing which will now prevent millions of young people from leaving the family home.

Petition To Save BBC3 To Be Axed

The Huffington Post UK | Posted 05.03.2014 | UK Comedy

A petition to save BBC3 has been scrapped due to low viewing figures, Huffington Post UK Comedy has learned. Despite the figures being higher than...

'Cocaine Capital of the World'

Stacey Dooley | Posted 12.10.2013 | UK Entertainment
Stacey Dooley

I have spent the majority of my year across three continents where I have been filming a new series for BBC Three focusing on the new frontlines of the global war on drugs. My journey starts in Peru, which has now become the new cocaine capital of the world, overtaking Colombia. Peru sends most of the cocaine to Europe and so a lot of it will end up in the UK.

Is Cold Calling on the Way Out?

Daley James Francis | Posted 25.06.2013 | UK
Daley James Francis

It is the bane of anyone with a home or business telephone's existence: The unwanted cold call. Even with the invention and growth of the internet, many of us are still targeted by companies trying to flog us something that we have absolutely no use for.

No More 'Being Human'

The Huffington Post UK | Posted 08.02.2013 | UK Entertainment

Supernatural drama 'Being Human' will not return after the current series, BBC3 has confirmed. The show will come to an apocalyptic end as its star...

Comedy Should Be Controversial

Richard Taylor | Posted 05.04.2013 | UK Comedy
Richard Taylor

Assisted suicide is not inherently funny. Or is it? And an intellectual disability should not to be laughed at. Or (wait for it) should it? In amongst all the talk, the outrage and conflicting views I cannot help but think, comedy should be controversial.

The Hypocrisy of Pornography

Lewis Shepherd | Posted 14.01.2013 | UK Lifestyle
Lewis Shepherd

I may be wrong but in the same way it is perceived that women may think they have to act and perform a certain way during sex because of porn, then surely the same principal can be applied to naïve or impressionable gay men, which in this case could prove dangerous

WATCH: Rob Delaney And Sharon Horgan's Kinky Sex

The Huffington Post UK | Posted 17.10.2012 | UK Comedy

Yay! Two of our favourite comedy stars - Rob Delaney and Sharon Horgan - have come together (or not come together, as it turns out) in this hilarious ...

WATCH: Max And Ivan's 'Dirty Van' Sketch

The Huffington Post UK | Posted 01.10.2012 | UK Comedy

Everybody knows it's impossible to walk past a dirty van without either writing a rude message or drawing a willy on it. Preferably both - if you have...

WATCH: Misery Bear's Night Out

The Huffington Post UK | Posted 21.09.2012 | UK Comedy

Poor Misery Bear. He doesn't have much luck in life, does he? The clue's in his name, we suppose. Maybe he should change it to a cheerier bear moniker...

From Addiction to Recovery - Did Russell Brand Contradict Himself?

Jason Reed | Posted 16.10.2012 | UK Entertainment
Jason Reed

I had high hopes, no pun intended, as Russell Brand's usual display of eloquence is enough to draw people into the drugs debate.

PREVIEW CLIP: Jack Whitehall In 'Bad Education'

The Huffington Post UK | Posted 13.10.2012 | UK Entertainment

Jack Whitehall's latest show gets its first airing tomorrow night with a primetime slot on BBC Three. Watch our clip above. Bad Education sees...

Riots: The Aftershock

Gemma Cairney | Posted 04.09.2012 | UK
Gemma Cairney

I heard on the radio yesterday a young policeman describing some rioters who had attached Stanley knives to sticks to use as weapons. This is gutting and the new statistics are stomach-churning. One of the things that I remember most from those evenings last year is the fear. That crippling feeling of the unknown. How close to our homes were they going to get? Why?

WATCH: 'Facebook Stalker' Song

The Huffington Post UK | Posted 02.07.2012 | UK Comedy

BBC Three's reputation for breaking new comedy talent continues apace with the launch of its new exclusive web comedies series Feed My Funny. “We...

It's Your Very Own BBC Three Programme Generator!

Posted 17.04.2012 | UK Comedy

Who hasn't, at some point, wished they were Zai Bennett. Or indeed wondered who he is. Well, wish and wonder no longer, friends. Because now you ca...

Experiencing BBC's Free Speech

Jason Reed | Posted 02.06.2012 | UK Entertainment
Jason Reed

Aimed at the younger end of the voting demographic, I was soon pondering as to why a youth based political show hadn't come to fruition sooner. With a blissfully simple premise, and from the makers of Question Time, I had high hopes for the show.

Pramface Was Bound to Disappoint, and it Did

Richard Berry | Posted 25.04.2012 | UK Entertainment
Richard Berry

Any show pitched as "the new" something is bound to be a disappointment. Only the most successful shows are followed by their very own "the new"s, so the comparisons between BBC Three's new sitcom Pramface and two leading forebears, Gavin and Stacey and The Inbetweeners, may have raised expectations to an unsustainable level.