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Grange Hill Actor Found Dead
Former child actor Terry Sue-Patt, who played Benny Green in the children's TV series Grange Hill, has been found dead in east London.
Sweden Wins Eurovision Song Contest
Much loved TV character Morph is finally returning home to the small screen.
Dom Joly is heading back to Channel 4 with his oversized phone.
Former X Factor winner Shayne Ward has apologised
for comments he made about being from Manchester.
Freddie Flintoff to search for the UK’s toughest recruit in new BBC Two commission Special Forces: Ultimate Hell Week.
Following the successful BAFTA-nominated one-off special that was broadcast on BBC One in 2014, Catherine Tate is bringing Britain’s best-loved OAP back to screens for two further half-hour episodes, to be filmed later this year for broadcast in 2016.
Nigella Lawson will be reading out the voting results for the UK during the Eurovision Song Contest.
A Channel 4 docudrama that imagined a future where the UK Independence Party won the general election has been cleared by broadcasting watchdog Ofcom.
A drama about the "tragedy and passion" of the difficult lives of the Bronte family is to appear on BBC One, written and directed by Last Tango In Halifax author Sally Wainwright.
Paul O’Grady’s ITV chat show is being
investigated by the broadcasting watchdog after he inhaled helium on
The life of Queen Victoria is to be dramatised on ITV, starting with her ascension to the throne aged 18.
This year's winners, announced last night in Manchester
The BBC has announced the details of Celebrity Masterchef 2015 to be broadcast this summer on BBC One.
Late actress Anne Kirkbride will be the recipient of a posthumous honour at this weekend’s British Soap Awards.
Harry Shearer, who voices Ned Flanders and Mr Burns in The Simpsons, is to leave the show after more than 25 years following a dispute with producers.
US TV network CBS has confirmed its long-running drama CSI: Crime Scene Investigation will end this year.
James Martin will host a new BBC One daytime cookery challenge show, The Box, on which members of the public cook dishes from an unseen box of ingredients chosen by a celebrity guest.
The BBC has announced today that Rupert Everett and Matthew McNulty will join the cast of the third series of BBC One drama The Musketeers.
Shayne Ward has signed a one year contract for Coronation Street.
The opening episode of Benefits
Street attracted almost three million viewers – but was down on last
year’s first instalment.
Warwick Davis hosts the new series of Celebrity Squares for ITV starting May 17.
This year's winners.
Springwatch returns to BBC Two, broadcasting live from RSPB Minsmere on the Suffolk coast.
Alexander Armstrong is to pay tribute to the British Isles, with the release of his debut album.
Nigella Lawson's US cookery show The Taste has been axed by TV network ABC after two series, following a dramatic ratings slump.
Charlotte Moore, Controller of BBC One, today announce Big Blue Live, a three-part live television event from the BBC’s Natural History Unit.
Russell Tovey has revealed to Banished fans that the period drama has been cancelled by the BBC.
ITV production workers and other staff have voted to strike on May 14 in a dispute over pay, broadcasting union Bectu has said.
BBC Two's Top Gear is being investigated by watchdog Ofcom over the use of the word "pikey" in an episode broadcast in February last year.
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