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EastEnders fans will have the chance to win a guided tour through E20 with a star of the BBC One soap.
Lord Sugar's adviser on The Apprentice Nick Hewer is to leave the BBC One show after a decade.
CITV has commisoned a second series of Thunderbirds Are Go before the premiere of series one.
The Channel 4 series Gogglebox has dropped the Michael family because the dad is standing as a UKIP candidate in next year's general election.
The Missing is to get a second series – with a new cast, plot and location.
Status Quo are the unlikely guests on the Antiques Roadshow Christmas special after a fan's tapestry tribute to the vintage rockers was valued on the long-running show.
Former BBC DJ Chris Denning has been jailed for 13 years for sexually abusing boys in the 1960s, 70s and 80s.
ITV has commissioned an epic new drama based on the story of one of literature’s greatest and most enduring heroes – Beowulf.
Ross Kemp is reportedly in talks to make a return to EastEnders for the soap’s 30th anniversary.
The X Factor final drew its lowest UK audience for a decade last night - trailing its BBC One rival Strictly Come Dancing by more than a million viewers.
Mel B will miss the X Factor final tonight because she is too unwell.
Emma Willis and Reggie Yates are to present a new Saturday night show for BBC One called Prized Apart, which pitches 10 contestants against each other in “a range of gruelling challenges” around the world.
The BBC has announced that a series based on the detective novels written by JK Rowling under the name Robert Galbraith is to be made for television.
Joan Collins is turning TV talent show panellist – in a BBC One search for the best performance of a Frank Sinatra song.
Plans have been announced today for the future of BBC Three which include a move to online broadcasting 24 hours a day and an emphasis on long form content.
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