The BBC’s Head of Values, Ian Fletcher (Hugh Bonneville), is once again throwing open the revolving doors to New Broadcasting House to allow cameras to film series three of W1A.
As Gold prepare to celebrate their 25th birthday, the channel have today announced two brand new shows; David Jason: My Life On Screen and The Story of Only Fools & Horses.
Following last year’s successful launch of the I Talk Telly Awards, I had to do it all over again this year, and last month I opened the votes for this year’s awards.
After 5 weeks and 45,000 votes, I can now reveal your telly favourites of 2016!
We’re now just a matter of weeks away from the return of Sherlock on New Year’s Day on BBC One but something rather exciting is happening at the end of the run!
It’s that time of year again, where a group of 18 brand new candidates are put through their paces to secure Lord Sugar’s £250k investment in their business plan.
The Edinburgh TV Festival is over for another year, and here are 7 things that happened on day three…
Now that the second day of the Edinburgh TV Festival 2016 is over, here are 7 things that happened on day two…
With the first day of the Edinburgh TV Festival 2016 over, here are 7 things that happened on day one…
For the first time ever, the Edinburgh Television Festival are letting members of the public into the MacTaggart and Alternative MacTaggart, as well a host of Q&A’s and preview screenings for some of this autumn’s most highly-anticipated shows and tickets are still available.
Following recent events in Coronation Street, passions run high this Summer and Autumn for the residents of Weatherfield.
John Bishop welcomes some of Britain’s biggest stars to his brand new interview series John Bishop: In Conversation With… on W, including James Corden, Rupert Everett and Charlotte Church.
Birds of a Feather will return to ITV this Christmas in a feature-length hour-long special which will air over the festive period.
As Paula Lane prepares to leave Coronation Street, ITV have just announced that her character Kylie is to be killed off.
My days of searching YouTube for the latest clip from The Late Late Show with James Corden are almost over as FINALLY the show will be shown in the UK thanks to Sky and CBS Studios International.
Earlier this year it was announced that James Wood would be adapting one of the greatest comic novels of all time, Evelyn Waugh’s Decline and Fall, for the first time for television.
UKTV’s Dave have announced a new three-part fantasy comedy called Zapped! starring James Buckley (The Inbetweeners).
Some of The X Factor’s most loved judges are returning for the show’s thirteenth series alongside host Dermot O’Leary who is also back.
Rupert Grint, Nick Frost and Don Johnson to star in Sick Note, a brand new comedy for Sky Atlantic.
It’s THE biggest night in soap, and tonight (Saturday 28th May) I attended The British Soap Awards 2016 in Hackney, which were hosted by Phillip Schofield.