A group of major UK broadcasters have written to the Culture Secretary calling for television industry freelancers to be made eligible for Government support during the coronavirus outbreak.
Channel 4 has commissioned new factual programmes about Covid-19 that follow healthcare workers, scientists and experts who are helping to fight the virus.
Channel 4 News doubled its audience among 16 to 34-year-olds last week amid a general increase in the broadcaster’s viewing figures among the demographic.
Katie Price, Anthea Turner and Brendan Cole are among the stars taking part in the new series of Celebrity SAS: Who Dares Wins.
Steph McGovern has launched her new television show live from her living room after being forced to alter its format because of coronavirus.
Steph McGovern has said it was “a bit of a shock” seeing cameras inside her house, ahead of filming her new TV show at home.
Channel 4 has delayed filming for The Great British Bake Off due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Steph McGovern has said she had reservations about recording her new Channel 4 show from home, as she wanted to protect her family’s privacy.
Channel 4 will join a national salute to honour NHS workers battling the coronavirus pandemic with an advertising break takeover.
Public service broadcasters have written to the Chancellor requesting support for freelancers working in the media industry.
Octogenarian “Grime Gran” will tell people how to behave during the coronavirus pandemic in a new Channel 4 show responding to the crisis.
Channel 4 programmes will feature an on-screen graphic urging people to stay at home during the coronavirus crisis.
Sunday Brunch has been pulled from the Channel 4 schedule due to coronavirus concerns.
The coronavirus pandemic has disrupted sport across the globe, but there has been a limited amount of live action shown on TV today while other channels have provided fans with some solace by broadcasting classics.
Jamie Oliver will demonstrate how to “make the most of what we have” in a new TV show responding to the coronavirus pandemic.
Queer Eye’s Tan France has said his fans will expect him to perform on The Great Celebrity Bake Off because of his reputation as “the ultimate Bake Off fan”.
Jeremy Vine has said his studio audience was not present for his live show to help people minimise contact with each other.
The Jeremy Vine Show will be filmed without a live studio audience from next week as “a precautionary measure”.
Channel 4 will be removing the blue light from Sunday night’s adverts – to induce “a better night’s sleep”.
Danish former fashion designer Rosa Wiland Holmes has been crowned the winner of The Great Pottery Throw Down 2020.
Dorothy Byrne is stepping down as Channel 4 head of news and current affairs after 17 years in the role.
Nearly three-quarters of Britons have said they are less likely to donate money to a charity if it pays celebrities for their support, according to a new survey.
Big tech companies have set their sights on “extending their control” of the nation’s TV sets, the chief of Channel 4 has warned.
Public service broadcasters are continuing to experience declining viewing figures despite the growth of online and on-demand services, Ofcom has said.
Countdown presenter Rachel Riley returned to the show with a special guest – her baby daughter Maven.
Veteran television presenter Peter Purves is returning to the Crufts dog show in a new role, months after announcing he was axed from Channel 4’s coverage.
The Great British Bake Off judge Prue Leith had admitted to a “slight feeling of panic” at turning 80.
Jameela Jamil has hit back at claims she makes up health issues for attention.
Michael Barrymore has said that he is unable to comment on a documentary about the death of a man at his home nearly 20 years ago, because he has not seen it.
Channel 4 are on the prowl to find hardy applicants for a new season of Hunted.