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Susanna Reid has been crowned newsreader of the year days after announcing her defection to ITV.
Cheryl Cole has confirmed she is to rejoin the X Factor, along with Simon Cowell, for the show's 12th series.
Damage are to star in their own reality TV series as they try to make their musical comeback.
Channel 4 has bought the UK rights to the TV adaptation of the Coen brothers' film Fargo, starring Martin Freeman and Billy Bob Thornton.
ITN Productions, the creative hub of ITN, has been commissioned to make Young Vets (w/t), a 10-part observational documentary series that follows a group of students during their final year at the Royal Veterinary College, for BBC Two.
Belfast-born actor James Ellis, best known for his roles in Z-Cars and alongside a young Kenneth Branagh in BBC Northern Ireland's series of "Billy" plays, has died.
It will no longer be a criminal offence to refuse to pay the TV licence fee, under radical plans being backed by ministers.
Antiques Roadshow presenter Fiona Bruce has been awarded the freedom of the City of London.
Mark Gatiss has confirmed Sherlock is unlikely return until 2016 because of the busy schedules of its stars.
The stars of Goodness Gracious Me are reuniting for a one-off episode to celebrate 50 years of BBC Two.
Birds of a Feather is returning for a second series.
Video footage of the aftermath of the 9/11 attacks on New York which was filmed from space is to be broadcast in full on British TV for the first time.
ITV's department store drama Mr Selfridge is opening its doors for a third series.
BBC director-general Tony Hall has warned he cannot rule out more cuts as he confirmed that digital channel BBC Three is moving online to save £50 million a year.
BBC News will host a live televised debate between Nick Clegg, the Deputy Prime Minister and Liberal Democrat leader, and Nigel Farage, the leader of the UK Independence Party.
Jim Davidson is in talks to relaunch his '90s game show Big Break.
Digital TV channel BBC Three is set to be axed as part of the latest bout of cost-cutting at the corporation.
Coronation Street actor Michael Le Vell is to take a break from the soap to get help for "personal issues", ITV has said.
BBC Two today announced the commission of a new series, 1914-18: The Railway War, which sees Michael Portillo take on a subject that he feels passionately about.
Billy Connolly explores the last taboo, death, in a new documentary series commissioned by ITV.
Sky Arts has announced the 2014 line-up of Playhouse Presents..., its strand of 30 minute one-off comedies and dramas.
TV weather presenter Fred Talbot has pleaded not guilty to nine counts of indecent assault and of one serious sexual assault.
Filming starts next month on a new four-part ITV drama based around the Great Fire of London, which raged for four days in September 1666, burning down large swathes of the city.
Downton Abbey's Joanne Froggatt is to join a cast including Emilia Fox and Ben Chaplin in a new BBC One drama called The Secrets.
Actor Timothy West has told how his wife, Fawlty Towers star Prunella Scales, has been suffering from "a sort of mild Alzheimer's".
Singer-songwriter Molly Smitten-Downes is to represent the UK at this year's Eurovision Song Contest.
Julia Bradbury is set to leave BBC's Countryfile for an ITV show, after five years on the programme.
BBC Breakfast presenter and Strictly Come Dancing contestant Susanna Reid is joining ITV Breafast later this year.
The Parks and Recreation department of Pawnee, Indiana is getting a very special visitor.
Former BBC broadcaster Stuart Hall has denied 15 charges of rape and five counts of indecent assault involving two girls.
Call The Midwife and Death In Paradise have both been re-commissioned by the BBC for a fourth series.
BBC One today announced that Aidan Turner will star as Ross Poldark in Debbie Horsfield’s adaptation of Winston Graham’s saga set in 18th century Cornwall.
Agatha Christie's most successful book and two of her lesser-known sleuths are to be brought to the screen as part of a series of BBC programmes marking the 125th anniversary of her birth.
Stephanie Cole has confirmed she will not be returning to Coronation Street.
Angela Rippon is set to front an ITV game show which will see young people compete against pensioners.
Costume crime drama Ripper Street has been reprived and is heading back to the BBC as part of a deal with internet giant Amazon that will see it premiere online before being shown on TV.
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