£45,000 treatment rooms, no-names lost in a jungle and slimy PR: Toby’s TV review

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£45,000 treatment rooms, no-names lost in a jungle and slimy PR: Toby’s TV review
14th November 2014

As more no-names (interspaced by the occasional “Oh, I think I’ve heard of them…”) lose their dignity in jungle for another season of I’m a Celebrity, Get Me Out of Here, Toby gives his three golden rules for those getting to grips with their bushtucker trials. 

Stephen Fry stars in Absolute Power, which follows the slimy world of PR. Toby explains why it’s less  about phone calls and more about makeovers. 

In Place Invaders,Charlie Sloth visits a tower block designed by a man called Goldfinger, and explores a £45,000 treatment room inside a St John’s mansion. 

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