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October 09 2015
EastEnders has made UK soap history by casting a transgender actor to play a transgender character in a continuing role.
Sir Bruce Forsyth has been told by doctors to have complete rest for at least a week after suffering a fall at his home.
Harry Hill reprises his role as the title lead in the BBC One show The Further Adventures of Professor Branestawm (w/t) as filming begins this week.
The seventh season of ABC’s comedy series The Middle will receive its UK premiere on Comedy Central UK on Tuesday October 27 at 21:00, it has been announced.
The BBC’s economics editor Robert Peston has said joining rival channel ITV has been the “hardest career decision” of his life.
Sir Bruce Forsyth is returning to BBC One with another Hall of Fame programme.
American actress Kate Bosworth and British actor Sam Riley are to take the lead roles in BBC One’s upcoming thriller SS-GB.
Jonathan Ross is to live out his biggest dream – hosting a James Bond TV special celebrating the release of the spy’s new adventure Spectre.
Swedish crime writer Henning Mankell, best known for his Wallander series, has died aged 67.
The BBC has admitted that footage of a volcanic eruption screened as part of its natural history blockbuster series, Patagonia: Earth’s Secret Paradise, was faked.
Nick Knowles and the DIY SOS team return to BBC One on October 14 for a two-part special with their most ambitious build ever and this time they are joined by two special royal helpers.
A-List Hollywood actress Goldie Hawn is set to be become a Loose Woman.
Channel 4 has commissioned a new series Journey to the Centre of Your Plate.
David Walliams is to play a “dirty old” dinner lady in the TV adaptation of his book, Billionaire Boy.
DJ Neil Fox has appeared in court charged with six new historical sex offences - taking the number of his alleged victims to nine.
Doctor Who is to be given a teenage makeover, with a new spin-off series aimed at young adults.
Chris Tarrant will not be returning to host Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? if the show ever returns.
Former Friends star David Schwimmer will be returning to Channel 4 in a new British comedy, Morning Has Broken.
The semi-final of The Great British Bake Off recorded its highest ratings of the series so far.
The BBC is launching an X Factor-style talent hunt for next year’s Eurovision Song Contest in order to turn around the UK’s fortunes after a series of disasters.
BBC One controller Charlotte Moore has not ruled out the possibility of the next Doctor Who being a woman.
Farrah Abraham and Janice Dickinson have been given police cautions after a row on Celebrity Big Brother's Bit On The Side.
BBC One has unveiled its new presenting line-up for its flagship consumer show Watchdog. Sophie Raworth and Michelle Ackerley will be joining Matt Allwright and Chris Hollins for the new series.
The government says it has made no decisions about reforming Channel 4 after an official was pictured holding papers that proposed its privatisation.
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