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The Talk CBS. A weekday gabfest offering a female perspective on the day's headlines and other trending topics, including family, pop culture and health.
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CBS' Daytime Emmy Award-winning talk show The Talk features a panel of well-known entertainment personalities discussing current events, pop culture, contemporary issues, family, celebrity, and trending topics of the day. The daily one-hour series is hosted by Sharon Osbourne, Sheryl Underwood, Eve, Carrie Ann Inaba, and newest host Marie Osmond.
Channels. TalkTalk TV’s basic TV offering is a YouView box with up to 80 Freeview channels, including 15 in HD. Freeview channels are subject to location. TalkTalk’s TV packages are called TV Boosts and you can pick and choose these on a monthly basis.
TalkTalk TV and Sky premium channels. Movie fans are catered for with the Sky Cinema Boost, giving customers access to 11 movie channels and thousands of on-demand films. If you love both movies and sports, TalkTalk has you covered with the Sky Sports and Cinema Boost, which combines both of the above boosts for a slight discount.
TalkTalk TV has a pretty unique system when it comes to TV channels. The YouView box that comes free with either package lets you watch around 70 basic Freeview channels - all the old terrestrials are in there (plus BBC4, ITV2, E4, and the like), as well as entertainment, music, and news, and radio stations.
Talking Pictures TV (TPTV) is a British free-to-air vintage film nostalgia television channel. It launched on 26 May 2015, on Sky channel 343 (Now 328). It is on air for 24 hours a day, and concentrates on older British films, both classics and B-films. During the twilight hours, the schedule often changes to American drive-in films or straight-to-video oddities.
Paramount Network is a British free-to-air television channel operated by Channel 5 Broadcasting. It features a range of programming from the Channel 5 stable as well as other content from the UK and US. The channel was launched on 4 July 2018, but ceased to be available via satellite in Ireland on 13 July 2018 having supposedly been made available only by mistake, even though the channel had been promoted to Irish viewers before launch. The channel can still be accessed on Sky Ireland by adding it via the extra channel. The channel launched a high-definition feed exclusively on Virgin Media on 21 July 2018.