This Country’s Daisy May Cooper and her father Paul are set to star on Celebrity Gogglebox.
The BBC, ITV, Channel 4 and Channel 5 have joined forces for the first time to broadcast a short film simultaneously across their major channels.
BBC, ITV, Channel 4 and Channel 5 have joined forces for the first time to broadcast a short film simultaneously across their major channels.
A new Channel 4 documentary will detail the conversation many black parents have with their children to explain that their skin colour will mark them out for prejudice and challenges not faced by white people.
Dame Judi Dench has said that she believes some major theatres will not reopen in her lifetime.
Hollyoaks bosses have admitted there is “further work to do” after one of the soap’s stars said she had experienced racism while working on the show.
Hollyoaks will resume production in Liverpool this week, with a return to on-set recording planned for July.
Ofcom has ruled against China Global Television Network over its coverage of protests in Hong Kong.
Items from Aberdeen University's museums collection are to be featured on a new TV show.
Sunday Brunch presenters have returned to the studio.
A Muslim NHS doctor working on the frontline of the coronavirus crisis has said he hopes a new Channel 4 docu-series shines a light on the BAME healthcare workers putting themselves in harm’s way.
Former Strictly Come Dancing professional Brendan Cole said he would had to have been “broken in half” before voluntarily leaving Celebrity SAS: Who Dares Wins.
Harry Potter star Miriam Margolyes has sparked more than 240 complaints after saying she wanted Boris Johnson “to die” from coronavirus.
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Keith Lemon says he is a “super geek” who loves crafting.
Former footballer John Fashanu said he has no regrets following his exit from Celebrity SAS: Who Dares Wins.
Reality TV star Joey Essex shed tears as he spoke about losing his mother Tina during Monday night’s instalment of Celebrity SAS: Who Dares Wins.
ITN has called for internet giants who breach rules on fake news to face the same tough sanctions as broadcasters.
Richard Madeley has advised couples living together during lockdown to “try and give each other space” and read a book when tensions flare up.
Judy Finnigan has talked up the value of reading during the lockdown ahead of her return to Channel 4 for a programme which will recommend good books to read during the pandemic.
While lockdown has put a stop to programme-making around the world, Channel 4 has come up with a novel solution – attaching cameras to dogs.
Channel 4’s director of programmes has explained the decision to take Steph McGovern’s show off air, saying the broadcaster has “stretched the patience of the neighbours long enough”.
Anthea Turner has “rediscovered enjoying cooking” and exploring a quieter London during lockdown.
Jack Maynard has credited taking part in Celebrity SAS: Who Dares Wins with rebuilding his confidence.
Former England international John Fashanu has recounted the “heavy” racial abuse he and his late brother Justin faced growing up in Norwich.
Gemma Merna has recalled her emotional exit from Hollyoaks, saying she “cried all day”.
Comedians Vic Reeves and Harry Hill as well as sculptor Sir Antony Gormley will join Grayson Perry for his new show about making art in lockdown.
Richard Madeley and Judy Finnigan are set to return to Channel 4 for a programme which will recommend good books to read while the nation is in lockdown.
Joey Essex had Celebrity SAS: Who Dares Wins viewers in hysterics after saying he feared catching “limescale disease”.
Katie Price has said she “knew she was in trouble” as soon as she arrived to film Celebrity SAS: Who Dares Wins because of her “phobia of water”.