Channel 5 controller Ben Frow has said he “never” regrets axing Big Brother and has no plans for a similar reality show on the channel.
TV producers are on the hunt for Scotland's worst neighbours in the north-east.
Channel 5 boss Ben Frow has offered a frank assessment of the state of the industry and the struggles it faces in the coming months, saying if he thinks too far ahead he gets “really frightened”.
The Duke of Sussex has spoken of his “fond memories” of growing up watching Thomas & Friends as he filmed an introduction to a special episode of the animated show in which the Queen and a young Prince of Wales are characters.
TV watchdog Ofcom has “resolved” a complaint about offensive language on Jeremy Vine’s show.
Peter Davison will take over the narration of Channel 5’s The Yorkshire Vet from Christopher Timothy when it returns to screens this week.
A documentary will highlight the role the railway played in supporting the growth of a north-east Highland Games.
Gregg Wallace’s new travel show has been delayed because of it features cities badly impacted by the coronavirus crisis, it has been confirmed.
Kate Humble has said that she would welcome people moving to the countryside after the coronavirus pandemic.
Public service broadcasters have written to the Chancellor requesting support for freelancers working in the media industry.
Gregg Wallace has said that while he has never been disappointed by McDonalds or KFC, he has by Michelin star food.
The Virtues star Stephen Graham and The Long Song actress Tamara Lawrance were among the big winners at the Royal Television Society Programme Awards, which were held behind closed doors because of coronavirus.
The Jeremy Vine Show will be filmed without a live studio audience from next week as “a precautionary measure”.
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Jane McDonald is quitting the TV shows which see her cruising around the world.
Australian soap Neighbours will celebrate its 35th anniversary with a week of special episodes featuring the return of former cast members, five weddings and the deaths of three characters.
Sally Lindsay has called for more female writers in order to tackle ageism in the TV industry.
Gregg Wallace will guide viewers through culture and cuisine on flying visits of European cities for a new show.
Jerry Springer will discuss the media’s role in politics at the Edinburgh TV Festival.
Channel 5 boss Ben Frow has said the money he saved by axing Big Brother did not go as far as he would have liked.
A psychological thriller about lust, manipulation and betrayal after a student falls in love with her married lecturer is one of a raft of new original dramas announced by Channel 5.
Channel 5 is launching a dating programme based on the class system.
Channel 5 documentary The Sex Business breached broadcasting rules, watchdog Ofcom has said.
Aberdeen couples are being asked to audition for a new reality TV show.
The star of The Bachelor reboot has said he found managing the competing attentions of the show’s 17 women a challenge.
Former Coronation Street actress Catherine Tyldesley has said she was “immediately drawn” to the part of Sara in new Channel 5 series 15 Days.
A 6ft 6in personal trainer from Kent has been revealed as the new star of The Bachelor.
Broadcaster Matthew Wright and his wife Amelia have welcomed their first child together.
Emma Willis has said she is “not going to panic” about not having work next year in the months she would usually host Big Brother and its celebrity version, after the series was cancelled.
Broadcasting watchdog Ofcom has launched an investigation into Jeremy Vine’s Channel 5 show over offensive language.