EastEnders actress Lorraine Stanley ensured her neighbour’s birthday did not pass without celebration as she coordinated a street sing-song for the 95-year-old.
Netflix has said it is establishing a 100 million dollar relief fund for workers in the TV and film industry around the world affected by the coronavirus crisis.
Michael Barrymore, Sandi Toksvig and Danny Baker are among the stars who have paid tribute to Roy Hudd following his death.
Top Gear presenter Chris Harris has said the drive towards environmental sustainability is going to produce “the fastest cars the world has ever seen”.
Katy Perry has thanked first responders after she was helped by firefighters when she collapsed due to a gas leak on the set of American Idol.
Iain Stirling has praised his “incredible” girlfriend Laura Whitmore as she prepares to host her first Love Island final.
Krishnan Guru-Murthy has said he “understands” Sports Relief’s decision to relocate an upcoming challenge over coronavirus concerns but that he is used to being in “disaster zones”.
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.
Love Island is set for more drama as two new boys who are “prepared to step on a few toes” head into the villa.
The Victoria Derbyshire Show is coming off air as a result of BBC cuts, the broadcaster’s media editor has said.
Sabrina The Teenage Witch fans were thrilled as Melissa Joan Hart reunited with some of her castmates from the hit show.
Monty Python’s Terry Jones made his mark behind as well as in front of the camera, directing some of the comedy troupe’s most-loved works.
Lord Hall joked that it had been a “really quiet day” as he unveiled the new series of Top Gear, hours after announcing he is standing down as the BBC’s director-general.
Spandau Ballet’s Gary and Martin Kemp are set to feature in a spoof documentary about them recording a new album.
Piccadilly Circus in London has been given a sci-fi name for 48 hours to promote the new series Star Trek: Picard.
James Corden has revealed he wears Spanx under his suits while hosting his US chat show.
Sandi Toksvig is to host a new documentary exploring adult illiteracy in Britain, according to Channel 4.
Bear Grylls has said that learning about the “struggle and battle” Cara Delevingne faced because of her mother’s heroin addiction has inspired him.
Gillian Anderson has praised young people for living in ways her generation might not consider “right or correct”.
An epilepsy charity has praised Emmerdale for its seizure storyline, saying it could help more young people with the condition.
Sex Education star Aimee Lou Wood has said that speaking about masturbation as a teenager was “a complete taboo” and that her sexual desires had made her feel like a “weirdo”.
Dancing On Ice will return to screens on Sunday night – and make history with prime-time TV’s first same-sex pairing.
American star Todrick Hall has praised the UK for its “open-minded nature”.
Television viewers will have a raft of new and returning entertainment programmes to keep them busy across the first weekend of the new year.
Rochelle Humes has shared a throwback picture from her engagement to husband Marvin, joking that there are now “a few more lines” and “deffo less hair”.
John Cleese has said he was “utterly dismayed” to hear of the death of Monty Python collaborator and Rutles singer Neil Innes.
Freeview viewers have been venting their frustration after the digital TV platform said it was experiencing reception problems due to high-pressure weather conditions.
Nadiya Hussain has said she wishes her grandparents were alive to see her awarded an MBE in the New Year Honours.
Andrea McLean has said that turning 50 made her “evaluate” what she has achieved in life.
Watching TV makes viewers prefer thinner women, according to a new study of body image perceptions.