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August 30 2015
The number of viewers watching the opening episode of this year's X Factor series has fallen by well over one million, in comparison to last year.
Channel 4 has given the OK to National Treasure, a four-part drama inspired by Operation Yewtree which tells the story of a famed comedian whose life is turned upside down when he is arrested for committing a rape back in the 1970s.
To mark the anniversary of the start of the Blitz: Shane Richie, David Harewood, Ricky Tomlinson, John Humphrys and Myleene Klass each visit their hometowns.
The BBC has won two prestigious gongs at this year’s Edinburgh TV Awards.
Rafe Spall will be chasing spirits in his new TV role as Harry Price: Ghost Hunter.
The head of ITV has accused the BBC of deliberately scheduling clashes between Strictly Come Dancing and The X Factor.
A Steve McQueen drama series, a bold Russell T Davies adaptation and a new science series with Dara O’Briain are among BBC One’s latest commissions.
BBC Four will offer viewers a real-time Rudolph eye’s view of a two-hour sleigh ride through Lapland, its latest “slow TV” offering after half a million viewers watched the dawn chorus and an uninterrupted, commentary free canal boat trip.
BBC Three viewers could be in for a shock, as a new, grittier and hard-hitting line-up has been unveiled for the autumn season.
The stars of The Big Bang Theory have all been named The World’s Highest Paid TV Actors of 2015 by Forbes.
Jamelia is the latest contestant to join the Strictly Come Dancing line-up.
The BBC’s head of television, Danny Cohen has spoken out following the departure of singer and coach Sir Tom Jones from The Voice.
Vic Reeves and Bob Mortimer’s comedy
House of Fools has been axed after just two series.
The stars of Cold Feet have reportedly signed up to appear in a revival of the hit comedy drama.
TV medium Colin Fry has died at the age of 53.
Television and radio presenter Anita Rani has become the eleventh contestant to join Strictly Come Dancing.
Singer Jay McGuiness has been confirmed as the tenth celebrity competing in this year's Strictly Come Dancing.
Broadcaster BT Sport says it has secured the live rights to the 2017-18 Ashes cricket series as part of a five-year deal with Cricket Australia.
The Met Office has lost its BBC weather forecasting contract, it has confirmed.
Deep-sea fishing is the one of the most dangerous jobs in Britain, by some margin, and Channel 4’s new series The Catch gives viewers unprecedented insight into the reality of life at sea.
Adventurer Ben Fogle has embarked on an expedition to hunt for great white sharks in UK waters, using the carcass of a 30ft whale as bait.
Australian actress Maggie Kirkpatrick has avoided jail time after being found guilty of sexually abusing a teenage girl in 1984.
Professional boxer Anthony Ogogo has been announced as the ninth celebrity taking part in this year's Strictly Come Dancing.
Thirty years ago on September 9, Phillip Schofield opened the doors of the Broom Cupboard for the first time and launched live Children’s BBC ‘links’ between the programmes.
Irish singer Daniel O’Donnell is the latest celebrity contestant revealed to be taking part in this year’s Strictly Come Dancing.
To celebrate the Queen becoming the longest reigning monarch in British history, the BBC today announced a new BBC One documentary.
Australian actor Maggie Kirkpatrick has been found guilty by a court in Melbourne of sexually abusing a girl under 14 in 1984.
Singer Peter Andre has been confirmed as the seventh celebrity contestant appearing on Strictly Come Dancing 2015.
Great British Bake Off’s Mary Berry today accidentally revealed who is going home ahead of tonight’s episode.
Larry Lamb has joked that appearing on New Tricks was like “gate-crashing your own wake” because he signed up just before finding out that the show had been axed.
Keeley Hawes is set to play the lead in ITV’s new six-part drama The Durrells.
Residents of the historic west Wiltshire market town of Cosrham have been left disappointed after the BBC confirmed that filming for the second series of Poldark will not take place in the there.
Weather presenter Carol Kirkwood has been announced as the latest contestant in the new series of Strictly Comes Dancing.
Kitty McGeever, who became the first blind actress on a UK soap when she joined Emmerdale, has died aged 44.
ITV will refund “misled” viewers who used paid voting in the Britain’s Got Talent final to vote for the winning act, or donate their money to charity.
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