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November 28 2015
The Eurovision Song Contest will feature a record-equalling 43 countries when it sets up home in Stockholm next year.
Crimewatch presenter Kirsty Young is to step down from the BBC One programme after seven years.
The Great British Bake Off co-host Sue Perkins is to present a new BBC Two quiz show.
The BBC Trust has approved proposals to move BBC Three online, on the condition that the channel's long-form programmes will be shown on BBC One and Two.
Gogglebox’s Scarlett Moffatt has said she is “excited” to be Capital FM North East’s newest presenter.
The BBC said today that Tim Wonnacott has stepped down from BBC One’s daytime series Bargain Hunt after presenting the programme for 12 years.
BBC Television today unveiled its Christmas programming for 2015.
Hazel Adair, the creator of Crossroads and Emergency - Ward 10, gas Died, Aged 95.
Stephen Fry’s career will be celebrated with a one-hour television special on BBC Two this Christmas.
Coronation Street's Eileen Derbyshire will be taking time out from the show next year.
ITV today confirmed that award winning singing talent competition The Voice is coming to the network in 2017.
Police in Edinburgh are investigating a report of a sexual assault on a woman earlier this week.
Peter Dimmock - the first presenter of Grandstand, Sportsview and the Sports Personality of the Year awards - has died aged 94.
Ella Henderson and Sigma will open this year’s BBC Sports Personality of the Year on BBC One.
ITV has announced that John Bishop will present a documentary about the plight of the endangered mountain gorillas of Rwanda – and he discovers he has more in common with them than he ever imagined.
ITV has announced the commission of a new six-part series, The Good Karma Hospital.
ITV has confirmed that Cold Feet will return, with filming due to start in Manchester in February.
Channel 5 is to begin broadcasting episodes of Neighbours on the same day as they air in Australia.
Four sporting heroes will relive their glory days by taking on some of the most demanding traditional sports in the world in a new BBC Two series.
Four previous winners of Strictly Come Dancing are set to go head-to-head in the show’s latest Christmas special.
Sky has unveiled a new premium set-top box and “best of the web” streaming service as it looks to keep up with viewers attracted to new TV services including Amazon, Apple and Netflix.
The BBC could shut down its Red Button service and reduce sports coverage as part of £150 million in cuts.
Sir Bruce Forsyth has returned home from a short stay in hospital after having keyhole surgery.
Australia will once again compete in the Eurovision Song Contest in 2016, organisers have confirmed.
There have been claims tonight that ITV's X Factor is rigged after Olly Murs pre-announced a singer was leaving the show.
ITV has postponed tonight’s episode of Jekyll and Hyde.
Actor Warren Mitchell, best known for starring as Alf Garnett, has died aged 89.
Roy Cropper is heading out of Coronation Street, ITV has confirmed.
The producer who was punched by Jeremy Clarkson is suing the former Top Gear host and the BBC for racial discrimination.
Sir Terry Wogan will miss tonight's Children in Need fundraiser for "health reasons" - the first time he will not have hosted it since its 1980 launch.
ITV today announced further cast for The Sound of Music Live! - a live television dramatisation of the world’s most popular musical, due to air on ITV over the Christmas period.
Veteran actress Liz Dawn has come out of retirement for a cameo role in Emmerdale.
ITV has revealed who will be appearing in this year’s I'm a Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here!
Newsreader George Alagiah has said he is clear of cancer and ready to "get back on air" after his chemotherapy treatment was a success.
Former Spice Girl Mel B has been confirmed as the new host of Channel 5's Lip Sync Battle.
Last night’s final episode of ITV’s Downton Abbey was watched by an average of 8.4 million viewers, overnight figures show.
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