The Vicar of Dibley’s joke about two nuns and a vampire has been named the BBC comedy’s funniest in a specially commissioned study.
Budding make-up artists and TV prop designers are being given the chance to work on the hit crime drama Shetland.
Scotland Yard will not launch a criminal investigation into BBC journalist Martin Bashir’s interview with Diana, Princess of Wales.
Broadcaster Clara Amfo is being made into a Barbie doll ahead of International Women’s Day.
BBC Three is to return as a broadcast TV channel in 2022, the corporation has announced.
The BBC has opened applications for the Felix Dexter bursary for black, Asian and other ethnic minority comedy writers.
Amanda Mealing is taking a break from Casualty after seven years playing Connie Beauchamp on the medical drama.
Bill Bailey and Emily Atack will feature as celebrity panellists on Stacey Dooley’s forthcoming BBC One game show.
Line Of Duty will be back at the end of March, TV bosses have confirmed.
Top Gear has vacated its home at the Dunsfold race track for the first time in nearly 20 years to record links for its studio elements.
Pregnant Ellie Goulding took to the stage for her first public performance in six months during recording for The Graham Norton Show.
Gordon Ramsay will be joined by fellow TV chef Gino D’Acampo and his son Luciano for a special episode of his new game show for Red Nose Day.
The BBC will air fewer children’s shows as part of plans to “stay on top” amid competition from US streamers and YouTube.
A BBC executive has called on supporters of the TV licence to “stand up for it more strongly than ever”.
David Walliams has partnered with the BBC to launch a series of free writing lessons to keep schoolchildren entertained during lockdown.
The BBC has set out how it plans to meet the diversity and inclusion workforce targets it announced last year.
The presenter of a documentary investigating allegations of anti-Semitism in the Labour Party has won the first round of a High Court libel battle over claims that the programme was “a piece of rogue journalism”.
A new documentary will focus on the “cruel beyond words” social media abuse the late politician Charles Kennedy faced towards the end of his life.
Nicola Sturgeon has been accused of missing “pivotal” coronavirus talks with Boris Johnson and the other leaders from across the UK to take part in her TV briefings.
Hit Ridley Scott show The Terror has revealed the supernatural drama's links with the north and north-east.
It is “critical” that parents follow mask-wearing and physical distancing rules at the school gates when younger pupils return to class, Education Secretary John Swinney has said.
BBC director-general Tim Davie has endorsed a statement from Woman’s Hour which says the programme will “reflect” on concerns raised by an interview with a prominent female Muslim.
It was a film which featured two of history's most beloved comedy stars and re-created some of their famous routines with genuine love and warmth.
Music quiz show The Hit List will return for a fourth series, the BBC said.
Peaky Blinders star Sophie Rundle has announced she is pregnant.
As a coalition of leading providers of care and support to vulnerable children and young people, we echo the call by the Scottish Association for Mental Health in its manifesto for the Scottish Parliament elections for “radical action” to combat a growing mental health crisis.
My Mum Tracy Beaker has set a record as CBBC’s most successful programme launch ever, the channel said.
Gordon Ramsay says he can change a nappy with his eyes closed after spending time at home during lockdown.
Scottish Transport Secretary Michael Matheson claims the UK Government is "undermining" Scotland's tougher quarantine rules by failing to close a loophole which exists.
The boss of the BBC has criticised China for its moves to block the broadcaster’s global news coverage, saying that “media freedom matters”.