Actress and comedian Dawn French has called on the acting industry to teach women how to respond to sexual advances.
Writer and comedian David Walliams confessed he still has imaginary friends as he told how he finds inspiration for his children’s books.
Former Strictly Come Dancing hopeful Jeremy Vine has called for a ban on the expression “dad dancing” as it discourages men from hitting the dance floor.
TV chef Jamie Oliver has said women should be more cocky, like men, to thrive and that his career has made him “miserable”.
QI presenter Sandi Toksvig called for more women on panel shows to balance out “testosterone-fuelled jokes”.
Dame Angela Lansbury has told how women should not have to be prepared for the risk of sexual harassment when they make themselves “look attractive”.
The Crown writer Peter Morgan confessed that he has become a firm royalist after working on two seasons of the royal drama.
A female TV producer has claimed she was groped by a Government official during a visit to 10 Downing Street.
Change the characters’ names if one of them is recast as a black woman, says former Cagney And Lacey star
A former Cagney And Lacey star has said if a rebooted version of the show featured a black actress the characters’ names should be changed.
Controversial presenter Piers Morgan is trying to save breakfast TV from dying, fellow host Eamonn Holmes has said.
Sir Terry Wogan has been voted the best BBC radio presenter of all time by his former colleagues.
Dame Judi Dench admitted she had no problem finding herself attracted to co-star Ali Fazal when filming for Victoria And Abdul.
Actress Joanne Froggatt urged people to talk more openly about curbing sexual violence as she relived her character’s rape scene in Downton Abbey.
The brothers and creators behind acclaimed mystery series The Missing have confessed they predicted the hit mystery drama could spell the end of their screenwriting careers.
Sir Ray Davies has told how he almost traded his musical career in for life as a painter after the break-up of his first marriage.
Choirmaster Gareth Malone has criticised The X Factor as being too loud and “shiny”.