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The 29 Most WTF TV Moments Of 2015

It has been a wonderfully WTF year. Some bits are a bit NSFW.

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1. When BBC News had its best ever guest.

2. When Bill Turnbull said "cunt" without warning.

He later tweeted that he got the words "customers" and "clients" mixed up.

3. When Jon Snow spoofed Ed Miliband by eating a bacon sandwich at the end of Channel 4 News.

Channel 4 News / Via Facebook: Channel4News

He really went for it.

4. When This Morning did a feature on a new thing called vagina facials at, like, 10.30 in the morning.
ITV / This Morning

After applying the cream she said, "I’m going to reserve my judgement until the next time I dance the horizontal tango."

5. When someone said this on First Dates.

Channel 4 / Twenty Twenty Television

6. When this insanely quick answer happened in the last few minutes of the University Challenge final. / Via ITV Studios /

"What two-word Greek term denotes..."


7. When Liam Dutton from Channel 4 News said this very long name during a weather report.

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8. And when BBC News spelt Hadron wrong.

BBC News / Via

9. When everyone noticed the difference between the Americans and the Brits during the women's 400 metres at the World Athletics Championships. / Via

10. When Kanye performed at Glastonbury and the subtitles on BBC Two were like this.

Oh, BBC2 and your subtitling. Bless. #glastonbury #kanye #bless #motherducker

Until they basically gave up.

Meanwhile at #Glastonbury the subtitle department of the BBC have called it a day.

11. When Channel 4 did a scripted reality show about lookalikes and it starred "George Clooney".

Channel 4 / Knickerbocker

And "Gordon Ramsay".

Knickerbocker / Channel 4

And whoever this lookalike is supposed to be.

I still have absolutely no idea. Cliff Richard?
Knickerbocker / Channel 4

I still have absolutely no idea. Cliff Richard?

12. When Richard Blackwood didn't know how to zest a lemon, but pretended that he did, on Sunday Brunch.

Princess Productions / Channel 4

13. When nobody on The X Factor knew how to clap.

#XFactor JUDGES INTERVIEW: Q: Can you clap like a normal person? A: No Great. Welcome to the team!

14. When ITV made celebrities herd sheep for a gameshow for some reason and Gabby Logan said the worst catchphase of all time. / Via ITV / Liberty Bell



15. When Krishnan Guru-Murthy decided to ask hardball questions in an interview that Robert Downey Jr thought would be about Avengers: Age of Ultron.

Downey Jr then, surprisingly, walked out.
Channel 4 News /

Downey Jr then, surprisingly, walked out.

16. When Fox News did an interview with a guy who claimed non-Muslims are not allowed in Birmingham, so BBC Midlands came back with this sass the next day.

Terrorism "Expert".
BBC Midlands /

Terrorism "Expert".

17. When Tanya was meant to say "How's Ian?" during EastEnders Live, but accidentally said "How's Adam?" – the name of the actor who plays Ian.

And then Adam said this on Twitter.

@dollyjoyner Thanks for asking, I'm fine.

18. When there was a really, really excitable drummer during the interval of the Eurovision Song Contest.

BBC / Eurovision

And everyone was like...

I want what this drummer has taken. #Eurovision2015

19. Our lyrics in Eurovision were just awful.

BBC / Scott Bryan / BuzzFeed

20. Estonia's lyrics were much much better.

Scott Bryan / BuzzFeed / Via Eurovision

21. When Piers Morgan gave Lorraine Kelly a cushion with his face on and Lorraine accidentally said "oh I can sit on your face now."

22. When Nadiya did these faces on Bake Off.

Love Productions / BBC
Love Productions / BBC

23. And then she delivered this cake like this.

Love Productions / BBC

24. Bake Off had innuendo but Springwatch beat it because they hoovered some beavers.

BBC / Springwatch / Via

25. While a man suggestively ate a muffin in the background of BBC election night coverage.


26. When a BBC reporter said "personality cunt" instead of "personality cult" while talking about UKIP.

Boy, the BBC said "cunt" a lot this year.

27. When Vicky said this in Judge Geordie.


28. When Countdown spelled ERECTION.

Channel 4 / ITV Studios

29. And, finally, when a BBC Sport presenter pretended to use an iPad at the end of a bulletin for no reason.

Don't worry, nobody noticed.