Press Release: February 23, 2010
The show boasts physical and mental challenges, and the jackpot shrinks with each passing second! Were thinking that its a cross between The Generation Game and the kind of silly stuff that we used to do on SM:TV which means that Push The Button is going to be very daft indeed! Dec tells TV Choice.
Also in this weeks issue of TV Choice, former Corrie star Suranne Jones is back on the case in a second series of award-winning cop drama Five Days, while Luke Roberts reveals more about the hostage crisis in Holby City. No-nonsense hotelier Ruth Watson is back to save more historic homes in Country House Rescue, while one of the survivors of the 1985 Manchester plane disaster recalls the tragic event that claimed 55 lives in Air Crash Investigation.
Meanwhile, Pineapple Dance Studios takes a peek at the largest dance space in Europe, which counts Kylie Minogue, Madonna, Beyonce and Girls Aloud among its clients.
In the soaps, its Bradleys funeral in EastEnders, while Becky tells Steve she has had a miscarriage in Coronation Street. Natasha admits to Nathan that his dad is dead in Emmerdale, and Darren finds the missing Holly hiding in his flat in Hollyoaks. Matthew reveals he is engaged to Zara in Doctors. Lucas announces that he loves Steph in Neighbours, while Miles narrowly escapes a life-threatening accident in Home And Away.
There are also two fantastic three-night breaks to historic Copenhagen to be won in this weeks TV Choice competition.
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