DOWNLOAD FESTIVAL APP FOR A SNEAK PEEK OF EDINBURGH DOES…COME DINE WITH ME

Take a sneak peek of the Edinburgh Does…Come Dine With Me session exclusively on the Festival app now.  In possibly the wildest episode yet, four of TV’s big cheeses – Nigel Hall, Lorraine Heggessey, Jonathan Stadlen and Jamie Munro battle it out for the foodie crown. Alongside the fine food and expensive wine, our contributors try to outdo each other with some particularly creative themes, not to mention fiddlers, gold hotpants, celebrity guests…and possibly some nudity.  See the entire episode on Friday at 12:45 when Sue Perkins reveals the winning cook.

HOW TO DOWNLOAD THE APP

The free app is available for iOS devices (iPhone and iPad) and Android phones and tablets.

To download on iOS devices, visit the iTunes App Store and search for “EdTVFest”. For Android devices, visit the Google Play Store and search for “EdTVFest”.

ALSO ON THE APP

The app is home to the new Festival programme, where you can plan your trip by date or the sessions you’re interested in. Plus it will showcase all the latest Festival news, videos, photos, and blogs.

Watch out for the TAKE PART & ASK app icons that appear at the start of the interactive sessions.  Then use the app to contribute to the sessions below and more:

*NOW OPEN: ask an anonymous question to all of the channel controllers and US Gamechangers. Questions appear in the app, so you can vote up the good ones.

*NOW OPEN: ask your burning question or respond to Armando Iannuci’s MacTaggart Lecture by posting him a question in the Post MacTaggart Interview.

*NOW OPEN: ask an anonymous question to channel bosses in the Leaders Debate.

*NOW OPEN: quiz Culture Secretary John Whittingdale.

*take part by voting for your favourite housemate to win Edinburgh Does…Big Brother.

* take part in polls and respond to questions when the panelists ask the audience.

*NOW OPEN: vote for your favourite TV Moment of the Year from the shortlist below.  It’s the only place you can vote for your top choice, the winner will be announced by Frankie Boyle at the Edinburgh TV Awards. Watch all the clips here

  1. Great British Bake Off bingate
  2. Channel 4’s Jon Snow on drugs
  3. Madonna’s fall at the Brit Awards
  4. Perez Hilton’s meltdown on Big Brother
  5. Paddy Ashdown threatens to eat his hat after shock election exit poll results
  6. Game of Thrones final moments of season 5
  7. Ken Barlow’s speech at Deirdre’s funeral in Coronation Street
  8. The killer is revealed on EastEnders Live Week
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