Thursday, May 26 2016

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New BBC Drama

Dame Barbara Windsor has given her backing to Babs, a forthcoming BBC TV movie about her life.

New ITV Quiz

TV presenter and newspaper columnist, Giles Coren will present new ITV quiz show 500 Questions that will air on the channel later this year.

Burt Kwouk Dies

Burt Kwouk, who was best known for playing Inspector Clouseau's manservant Cato in the Pink Panther films, has died aged 85.

New Show For Bradley Walsh

The Chase host Bradley Walsh will front a new daytime quiz show which will hold hostage the contestants’ cash until someone wins.

Pick Of The Pops

Paul Gambaccini will replace Tony Blackburn on Radio 2’s Pick of the Pops, it was announced today.

Lenny Henry Joins Broadchurch Cast

Lenny Henry is joining the cast of Broadchurch, it has been announced.

BBC - The Future

The director-general of the BBC has welcomed the Government’s blueprint for the corporation’s next 11 years as 'a mandate for the strong, creative BBC the public believe in'.

Springwatch Unsprung

Chris Packham will host a new-look Springwatch Unsprung to accompany the upcoming series of Springwatch, live on BBC Two from May 30.

Jeremy Clarkson Show Named

Former Top Gear hosts Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May's new show on Amazon's streaming video service will be called The Grand Tour.

Sir Terry Wogan

Sir Terry Wogan's life will be celebrated in a special service at Westminster Abbey in central London, the BBC has announced.

Neighbours Creator Dies

Reg Grundy, the producer behind soap opera Neighbours and many other Australian TV series, has died at 92.

Only Fools Producer Dies

The former producer of Only Fools and Horses, Gareth Gwenlan, has died at the age of 79.

Timberlake At Eurovision

Justin Timberlake has been confirmed to perform at Eurovision. He is set to perform during the interval at the grand finale of the show in Stockholm this weekend.

Bafta Winners 2016

This year's award winners...

New BBC Daytime Shows

Dan McGolpin, Controller for Daytime and Early-Peak has ordered a range of new factual and entertainment commissions for BBC One Daytime and BBC Two Early-Peak.

More Slow TV

BBC Four is to screen a bus journey through the Yorkshire Dales, as part of its slow TV genre.

Dementia Film For Angela Rippon

The BBC today announced a new BBC One film that will examine the science behind dementia, to air during National Dementia Week in the UK.

British Soap Awards

The shortlist for this year's British Soap Awards has been released, with high profile names including Danny Dyer, Danny Miller, Lacey Turner and Alison King getting recognition.

BBC Scheduling

Labour has accused Culture Secretary John Whittingdale of "meddling" after reports he will allow commercial broadcasters to challenge the BBC over peak-time scheduling.

Bill Turnbull

Bill Turnbull’s quiz show, Think Tank, will be returning for a second series.

Former Grange Hill Actor Dies

Former Grange Hill actor Mark Farmer has died following a short battle with cancer. He was 53.



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