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BAD ROBOTS






Tuesdays, 10pm on E4


The Robots have risen. Tezcorp are at it again as they unleash a new line of Bad Robots. Expect more antics from the revamped fleet, along with loads of brand new nightmare machines. Bad Robots is bigger, bolder and bad-er than ever before.




KING OF THE NERDS






The Finale is on Sky 1, Sunday 30th August at 7pm


This is it. The Final. Only the four strongest, nerdiest, geekiest Nerds remain. Tonight they will compete against each other for the last time knowing the victor will finally be crowned King of the Nerds and will win the much desired £15,000.  But first four must become two. The final Nerd War is the daunting Nerdlocker – a mesmerizing test of nerd knowledge.  The two who survive will go on to face the Nerdliminator – an array of skill based challenges, games and quizzes so formidable that no Nerd is Nerd enough to face it alone.  With the help of some familiar faces the two remaining Nerds must find their allies for the final battle, where a strong team could make all the difference.  But in the end only one Nerd will prove themselves to be King of the Nerds and take their right place atop the magnificent Throne of Games.




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