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Well, there's not long to go now... a new series starts on BBC Two tonight with the town of Redcar as its star.
Called The Mighty Redcar, the four-part fly-on-the-wall documentary looks at the fortunes of residents since the closure of the steelworks three years ago.
The families featured say it's it's full of life, humour and is actually quite touching. You can find out for yourself at 21:00.
It's a snap shot of life in Redcar and it comes to our TV screens on BBC Two tomorrow night.
Here's the trailer for The Mighty Redcar.
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Peaky Blinders is on the move for its next series - but only from BBC Two to BBC One.
The coporation's confirmed the decision today at the Edinburgh TV Festival, saying the show "has become a cult phenomenon".
The crime drama, set in the lawless streets of 1920s Birmingham, finished its fourth season in December.
The BBC says the show was BBC Two's top drama of 2017 and the move allows the channel to "experiment with new drama."