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The man behind crime drama Line of Duty is adapting a new version of DH Lawrence's Lady Chatterley's Lover for television.
Coronation Street actress Barbara Knox has pleaded not guilty to drink-driving.
Complaints about sound problems on BBC costume drama Jamaica Inn have reached almost 2,200 after the final instalment was screened on Wednesday.
James Corden is to host comedy sports panel show A League Of Their Own for a further three years after broadcaster Sky extended its deal.
A television commercial for Center Parcs holiday resorts has been banned for "irresponsibly" encouraging parents to take their children out of school.
Hundreds more viewers have complained about BBC drama Jamaica Inn despite the corporation saying it had adjusted sound levels "to address audience concerns" after viewers complained of being unable to hear some of the dialogue.
Richard Osman has landed his own series - presenting a new quiz show.
Viewers who tuned into the launch of Jamaica Inn were left frustrated after struggling to make out the dialogue in the BBC's new period drama.
The BBC has issued an apology over the use of a racially offensive term broadcast in the final episode of the last series of Top Gear.
Former BBC Breakfast host and Strictly star Susanna Reid has confirmed that she will complete her defection to ITV next week to host its new weekday breakfast show Good Morning Britain.
Zoë Wanamaker, Kara Tointon, Hannah Tointon and Leon Ockenden to star alongside lead actor Jeremy Piven in the new series of Mr Selfridge.
Comedian Miranda Hart is in "early talks" with the BBC about a revival of The Generation Game.
Recent research has revealed that Britain is a nation of shed-fanatics with 65% of adults now owning a shed and the average shed owner spending over a year of their life in their prized shelter. In fact Brits love their shed so much that 6% would like to be buried in them.
Former BBC presenter Derek Cooper, who founded the long-running radio show The Food Programme, has died, aged 88.
Terence Donovan has just reprised his role as Doug Willis in the Channel 5 soap, 20 years after he left Ramsay Street in 1994.
Welsh stars including Sir Tom Jones, Katherine Jenkins and Michael Sheen are teaming up for a new hour-long TV version of Dylan Thomas' play Under Milk Wood.
A new series of the crime drama Shetland was today recommissioned by BBC One highlighting BBC Scotland’s commitment to original British drama.
Channel 4, in partnership with Waitrose, has commissioned a new live Saturday morning lifestyle and cookery programme Weekend Kitchen with Waitrose, presented by Lisa Snowdon and Steve Jones – marking his return to weekends on 4.
Former Radio One DJ Dave Lee Travis has been charged with one count of indecent assault.
The pay bill for some of the BBC's biggest screen and radio stars - including Graham Norton and Jeremy Clarkson - is to be examined in a review by the BBC Trust which will look at how the costs compare to commercial rivals.
Barbara Windsor has said she will never return to EastEnders.
BBC Three controller Zai Bennett has announced he is leaving the BBC, a month after it was revealed his channel would be scrapped and moved online.
ITV has been rapped for screening an edition of The Jeremy Kyle Show featuring a sobbing 17-year-old accused by her sister of being a “crackhead” and a “slapper”, which breached broadcasting guidelines.
Coronation Street is set to welcome back bad boy Jim McDonald for a short run later this year.
Peter Sissons, the former BBC anchorman, says the corporation should not have led their main news bulletin with the death of Peaches Geldof.
James Corden and Gary Barlow will embark on a road trip across the UK for a one-off documentary.
Kim Shillinglaw has been announced as Controller of BBC Two and BBC Four, taking over from Janice Hadlow who stood down from the role earlier this year.
Warwick Davis is set to host a new series of the classic game show Celebrity Squares.
Kylie Minogue has quit The Voice after one series.
Jamie Oliver is set to get mouths watering with his new TV show, featuring his take on British dishes.
Stephen Colbert is to replace David Letterman as CBS’s late-night host.
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