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The BBC has axed its period drama Ripper Street after it failed to pull in a big enough audience.
Over the festive period, over 13 hours of live horseracing action will take centre stage on Channel 4.
Paul Giamatti is joining the cast of Downton Abbey for the Christmas special.
BBC Three has commissioned Lion TV’s entertainment team to make a broadcast pilot of a new dating show called Sexy Beasts.
A new documentary series is going behind the counter at KFC to lift the lid on the fried chicken business.
The Doctor Who Christmas special – the Time of the Doctor is not midnight, but 19:30, on Christmas Day.
BBC One has commissioned a new, six-part series Grey Mates (working title) with an all-star cast of much-loved British actors: Russ Abbot, Stephanie Beacham, Philip Jackson, James Smith, Alison Steadman, June Whitfield and Paula Wilcox, due to go into production next spring.
A world exclusive of Gary Barlow and Sir Elton John performing their new single Face to Face will be one of the star events at this year's X Factor final.
Broadcaster Clare Balding said her grandmother told her she was "disgusting" and the pair did not speak for months after it was revealed she was gay.
Coronation Street cast members have strolled along a new set of cobbles as they launched the new purpose-built set - an exact replica in a new location.
ITV has commissioned a new series which takes Paul O’Grady to Africa to meet animals orphaned in the wild and help hand rear them ready to be released back into nature.
The Professionals star Lewis Collins has died aged 67, his agent has said.
An exclusive look behind-the-scenes at York Minster is the focus of a new three-part documentary series from BBC Yorkshire.
Television presenter Melanie Sykes has been arrested and cautioned for assaulting her husband at their north-west London home.
Former Casualty star Claire Goose heads the cast of ITV’s new two-part thriller Undeniable.
The stars of Loose Women and athlete Greg Rutherford will appear on a Christmas special of Phillip Schofield gameshow The Cube.
Will.i.am and Kylie Minogue are set to join the Australian version of The Voice.
Eddie Izzard will play a pioneering scientist in a new drama about the invention of radar.
The BBC journalist credited with popularising the 5:2 diet will eat a tapeworm for a new science show about parasites.
The BBC director general Tony Hall has said the BBC should be "more aggressive" and "less British" about arguing the case for the licence fee.
Carol McGiffin Joins Big Bro Team
Channel 4 has commissioned a new daytime series John Barrowman’s Pet Hospital (w/t) that looks into the world of pets struggling with an array of ailments and shows first-hand how a team of specialists come to their rescue.
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