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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.
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 Turnbullís quiz show, Think Tank, will be returning for a second series.
Former Grange Hill actor Mark Farmer has died following a short battle with cancer. He was 53.
The partner of former EastEnders actress Sian Blake has admitted killing her and their two children.
BBC One and Netflix today announced the classic tale Watership Down will be reinterpreted into a four-part animated mini-series set to air in 2017. The series will premiere on BBC One in the UK; and worldwide, outside of the UK, on Netflix.
Barry Howard, who was best known for playing Barry Stuart-Hargreaves in BBC holiday camp sitcom Hi-de-Hi!, has died aged 78.
The BBC today announced it has commissioned a one off special called, The Chronicles Of Nadiya (w/t), a food-inspired journey from Nadiya's birthplace in Luton to her family village in the north east of Bangladesh.
DCI John Barnaby will have a new sergeant as his sidekick for the forthcoming series of Midsomer Murders.
Pearl Mackie has been named as the new Doctor Who companion alongside Peter Capaldi's Time Lord in the Tardis.
Former Saturday Kitchen host James Martin is set to make the move from the BBC to join ITVís This Morning.
BBC Four will celebrate Prince's career tonight in a late change to its schedules.
Romania has been expelled from this yearís Eurovision Song Contest.
The new Doctor Who companion will be revealed live on BBC One on Saturday night.
BBC One's big-budget drama Dickensian has been aed after one series.
Sir David Attenborough's early natural history films are to be shown in colour for the first time to mark the broadcaster's 90th birthday.
Michael McIntyre's new Saturday night entertainment show debuted with over five million viewers last weekend, but the show is already facing its first controversy with 'fakery' claims.
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