Charlton Athletic TV (CATV)
Following the success of MUTV and Chelsea TV, next week sees the exciting new launch of Charlton Athletic TV (CATV). With an initial target audience of 742 viewers, and an enviable distribution footprint in wealthy Kidbrooke, CATV offers unparalleled advertising opportunities to today's luxury lifestyle brands.
Here's just a taste of what viewers can look forward to:
Deal or No Deal: Players compete to persuade Alan Pardew they’re worthy of a new contract. This week: Jonathan Fortune.
Extras: Docu-soap focused upon players with no hope of a first-team berth. This week: Nathan Ashton.
Absolutely Fabulous: A re-run of the 4-0 win over West Ham.
Last of the Summer Whine: Iain Dowie complains he didn’t get enough money to spend.
Casualty: A look inside the Charlton treatment room. (Warning: This programme may over-run).
The Weakest Link: In-depth profile of Bryan Hughes.
Comic Relief: A nostalgic look back at the careers of Charlton players past. This week: Jamie Stuart.
Neighbours: A comical look at the fate of local rivals Millwall (Warning: This programme contains scenes that may be disturbing to viewers in Bermondsey)
Drop the Dead Donkey: Pards contemplates the future of Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink.
Bottom: A review of Les Reed’s reign as Charlton manager.
The Office: Fly-on-the-wall documentary set in Richard Murray’s office. This week: Murray laughs off Andrew Mills' request for a payrise.
Are You Being Served?: Charlton fans struggle to get a half-time pint.
What Not To Wear: Trinny and Susannah get to grips with some fashion disasters. This week: Charlton’s away kit.
Red Dwarf: A profile of Addicks starlet Lloyd Sam.
Prime Suspect: Charlton fans seek someone to blame for their current woes. This week: Alan Curbishley.
Teletubbies: starring Andy Reid, Ralph Milne, Neil Redfearn and Peter Garland.
The Gentle Touch: A discussion of Dennis Rommedahl’s tackling skills.
Men Behaving Badly: Secret cameras follow Luke Young and Jerome Thomas on a night out.
Parkinson: Assistant manager Phil conducts exclusive interviews. This week: Muhammed Ali.
Faking It: Painter and decorator Kevin Lisbie has just two weeks to convince the judges that he’s really a footballer.
The Young Ones: A review of recent players who have emerged from Charlton’s youth system. (Warning: contains Pathe News footage)
One Foot In The Grave: A review of the 2006/07 season so far.
Give Us A Clue: Iain Dowie is asked why he bought Djimi Traore.
I’m A Celebrity, Get Me Out Of Here: Danny Murphy insists upon a transfer.