Sky History has denied the tattoos on a contestant on woodworking show The Chop have any “political or ideological meaning”.
A breakaway league was “mooted as a threat” in Project Big Picture discussions, Football Association chairman Greg Clarke has said.
Project Big Picture plans are “a sugar-coated cyanide pill”, according to a leading fans’ group.
The Project Big Picture proposals have been likened to “someone offering you a million pounds but shooting you soon after” by Tranmere co-owner Nicola Palios.
Sir Paul McCartney has marked what would have been the 80th birthday of his late Beatles band mate John Lennon by sharing a black and white photograph of the pair together.
Late Beatles star and musical legend John Lennon would have been celebrating his 80th birthday on Friday.
Nat Sciver hopes her starring role for England will ignite the interest of the next generation of female cricketers as a women’s international was broadcast live on free-to-air television for the first time in 27 years.
Production of series three of Sky comedy Brassic has been paused after a member of the crew tested positive for coronavirus.
Seeing drag queens make inroads into mainstream culture is “really cool”, a former RuPaul’s Drag Race contestant said.
Sky engineers are working to restore homes in the north-east after a fault hit their network today.
James Murdoch’s resignation from News Corporation is the latest example of the political divide in the famed media family.
Ally Sheedy has said The Breakfast Club would be a “completely different movie” if it was made today and the 1985 film was controlled by “the straight white male perspective”.
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.
Christabel Blackburn has been named as the winner of Sky Arts’ Portrait Artist Of The Year.
Dynamo has released a new trailer for a programme that will chart his road to recovery from a career-threatening illness brought on by Crohn’s disease.
The BBC needs to avoid providing a “narrow urban outlook” and make sure it has “genuine diversity of thought and experience”, ministers are expected to say.
Disney has scrapped planned press events in London for the launch of its streaming service amid fears over the coronavirus outbreak.
BT has unveiled a revamp of its TV packages, including new flexible bundles which will allow users to change the channels they subscribe to every month.
Jude Law’s new television show will be the “world’s first immersive TV drama”, with a live event staged as part of the series.
Dame Harriet Walter has told how it was sometimes “bleak” wearing a prosthetic to play someone who has had a mastectomy in her series The End.
The body which promotes Northern Ireland as a filming location is celebrating after the region hosted three of the most talked-about TV shows of 2019.
Olivia Colman will play convicted killer Susan Edwards in a new drama series written by her husband Ed Sinclair.
Ofcom is proposing a ban on the sale of “locked” mobile phones as part of plans to make it easier for mobile users to switch operators.
Sky will develop a major new TV and film studio in Elstree, it has been announced.
Ofcom may investigate Kay Burley’s “empty chairing” of James Cleverly.
The Government should make coverage of The Ashes free-to-air in order to dampen division and boost competition against the likes of Netflix, peers have recommended.
British broadcasters are to get together to tackle disability in the media.
The director of critically acclaimed TV drama Chernobyl has revealed it would have been his “dream” to film the show in Russian.
Yahoo is currently “working diligently” to resolve technical issues stopping users from accessing their emails.
Bros star Matt Goss’s comic rant about conkers has been named the television moment of the year at the Edinburgh TV Festival.