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Peter Kay's Car Share to make surprise return

Fans of Peter Kay’s sitcom Car Share thought it had ended for good – but the comedian has announced there will be two more episodes. Kay said he wanted to “quit while you’re ahead” after series two ended earlier this year. But he’s announced a “special finale” to show what happened between John, his character, and Sian Gibson’s Kayleigh. It will follow Car Show Unscripted, an improvised episode. Both will be screened on BBC One next year. The second series ended in May with Kayleigh declaring her love for John…

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Peter Kay is going on tour again after eight years off

Comedian and actor Peter Kay is going on tour again in the UK after eight years off. The 44-year-old currently holds the record for the biggest-selling comedy tour of all time after playing to 1.2 million people in 2010. The tour will visit various cities including Birmingham, Manchester, Glasgow and London. The tour begins in April 2018 in Birmingham and will run through until 2019. Kay will also perform two dates in Dublin and two in Belfast. The Bolton-born star says he “can’t wait to get back up on stage”…

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Stoke City 2-2 Leicester City: Peter Crouch comes off the bench to rescue point for Potters

Peter Crouch’s second-half header earned Stoke a point at home to Leicester and ensured a familiar scoreline at the bet365 Stadium. It was the third season in a row that the two teams have drawn 2-2 in this fixture, with substitute Crouch pegging back Leicester for the second time after Xherdan Shaqiri had equalised in the first half. Vicente Iborra’s first goal in English football gave Leicester a deserved lead, which Riyad Mahrez restored on the hour mark. Crouch nearly won it right at the death with another header but…

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'I know for a fact he would love another crack at the job' – Micky Gray backs Peter Reid for Sunderland job

The Black Cats are looking for a replacement for Simon Grayson Tuesday, October 31, 2017 Micky Gray has touted Peter Reid as the perfect manager for Sunderland following Simon Grayson’s sacking on Tuesday night. The Black Cats released a statement shortly after their 3-3 draw with Bolton Wanderers to confirm Grayson’s departure from the club. Reid, who managed Sunderland between 1995 and 2002, guided the Black Cats to consecutive seventh place finishes in the Premier League – a feat the club have only managed once since. And Gray believes the…

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Strictly Come Dancing: Blue Peter stars head to the dance floor for Children in Need

Blue Peter presenters including Konnie Huq and Anthea Turner won’t be able to conjure up “one they danced earlier” when they take on a Strictly Come Dancing challenge for Children in Need. Five former hosts of the long-running children’s show, and current presenter Radzi Chinyanganya, will be paired with professional dancers on the show. Mark Curry, Diane-Louise Jordan and Tim Vincent complete the line-up. They’ll be competing to win a Pudsey Glitterball Trophy. The one-off, presented by Tess Daly and Claudia Winkleman, will be broadcast on 17 November during the…

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LISTEN – Manchester United legend Peter Schmeichel defends manager Jose Mourinho amid criticism of ‘negative’ tactics

Manchester United legend Peter Schmeichel has come to the defence of Jose Mourinho, amid criticism over the manager’s ‘negative’ tactics. Despite the Red Devils being unbeaten this season, sitting just two points behind Premier League leaders Manchester City and being on the brink of the Champions League knock-out stage, there is an air of negativity hanging over Mourinho at Old Trafford. The manager was hammered for his tactics in the recent goalless draw with arch rivals Liverpool at Anfield, and the haters were out again following their drab 1-0 Champions League…

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Gordon Strachan could quit Scotland, says talkSPORT's Scottish correspondent Peter Martin

Is Gordon Strachan set to walk away from Scotland? Monday, October 9, 2017 Gordon Strachan could walk away from Scotland after failing to qualify for next year’s World cup finals. That’s the view of talkSPORT’s Scottish correspondent Peter Martin, who believes the former Aberdeen, Manchester United and Leeds star may decide to quit after almost five years in charge. Martin told the Alan Brazil Sports Breakfast: “I like him [Strachan], I’ve got a lot of time for him and I think he’s got a lot to offer Scotland. “But I…

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