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Ben Shephard
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Last week, while Phillip Schofield​ was on holiday, Ben stepped in to keep Holly Willoughby​ company on the This Morning​ sofa.

From welly wanging to top toys, check out his Best Bits here:

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Prepare for stealth and speed as Ben brings you #NinjaWarrior , the toughest obstacle course on television, coming soon to ITV with Rochelle Humes and Chris Kamara this spring.

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Speaking to Ben on Goals on Sunday, Tony Mowbray explains the reasons behind creating the pre-match huddle at Celtic.


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Watch the moment Ben took over Lorraine's show this morning!

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Watch the Goals on Sunday interview as former West Brom manager Steve Clarke tells Ben he would be interested in the vacant Crystal Palace job.

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Neil Lennon looks back at his time at Celtic manager and admits he is ready for a new challenge in English football: 

Watch the interview from Ben's return to Goals on Sunday:

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Ben is stepping back in time to relieve some of the golden moments of television.

Come On Down! The Game Show Story is a four-part series charting  the key moments in game show history.

Find out more here:

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Ben is back with some big celebrity names as Tipping Point: Lucky Stars returns to prime time this weekend.

This week he is joined by TV presenter Carol Vorderman, Emmerdale's Mark Charnock and King of the Jungle Joe Swash.

Tune in to Tipping Point Lucky Stars on Saturday from 7.30pm, ITV.

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If you love Twitter and missed Biz Stone, who created the whole thing, on Good Morning Britain this morning - here's how Twitter all started and why it works.  

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Ben returned to the football pitch at the weekend as he re-joined his Soccer Aid team mates for the annual charity match.

The event has raised an incredible £4.2 million  this year so far.

You can continue to donate to UNICEF until 30th June by texting the word CHILD to 70333 to give £5.
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