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Entertainment and comedy producer Lisa Clark is to become the new executive producer of the BBC Two programme Top Gear. She takes up the post on Monday August 3.
Detective duo Scott And Bailey are returning to TV in a three-part special being filmed later this year.
Former Apprentice candidate Stuart Baggs has been found dead on the Isle of Man.
Anne Reid has hinted the fourth series of Last Tango In Halifax will be the last.
Former Top Gear hosts Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May have signed up to present a new show on Amazon's streaming video service.
Former BBC racing commentator Sir Peter O'Sullevan - dubbed the 'Voice of Racing' - has died at home in London after a long illness, aged 97.
Professor Mary Beard, renowned classicist and TV historian, is to explore what life was like in one of the world’s most extraordinary and iconic archaeological sites, in Pompeii: Life Before Death, a new landmark programme for BBC One.
Ofcom has backed a BBC Trust decision not to censure the BBC over using the word "pikey" in an edition of Top Gear.
Viewers will get a second chance to say 'I Do' to controversial documentary Married At First Sight after Channel 4 commissioned another series.
The mini-series Tut will receive its UK premiere on Channel 5 on Saturday August 1st at 21:00, it has been announced.
Robert Lindsay and Maureen Lipman are set to appear in a new sitcom based in an antiques shop.
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