Kelly Clarkson will fill in for Simon Cowell as judge on America’s Got Talent while the X Factor star recovers after breaking part of his back.
Dr Michael Mosley says men are more “deluded” than women when it comes to their own weight and fitness.
Chernobyl and Channel 4 comedies Stath Lets Flats and The End Of The F***ing World were the big winners at the Bafta TV Awards, securing two gongs each.
Paul Mescal has admitted that he felt nervous stepping off the set of Normal People and onto the set of The Deceived.
An Aberdeen man has been fined more than £3,000 after launching his 65-inch telly out of his third floor window, hitting two vehicles on the street below.
Building of new TV and film studio Sky Studios Elstree is to begin after receiving approval.
On-demand programming and streaming TV consumption increased by almost a third during lockdown, according to Virgin Media.
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EastEnders has unveiled a new addition to its Elstree set as filming resumed on the BBC soap – a mural of a black woman by visual artist Dreph.
Mr Bean has reminded people about the importance of social distancing, washing hands and kindness in a new animated video.
EastEnders stars Linda Henry and Luisa Bradshaw-White will feature in the soap’s spin-off programme.
Actress Annabel Scholey has spoken of the pressure she felt while portraying the people involved in the 2018 Novichok poisonings.
Dave Chappelle said “the streets are talking for themselves” following the death of George Floyd, in a surprise special entitled 8.46, the length of time a white police officer knelt on the neck of the unarmed black man.
Culture Secretary Oliver Dowden has said he would not have chosen to remove Little Britain from the iPlayer, but that the BBC has a right to editorial independence.
Ant and Dec have apologised for a segment of Saturday Night Takeaway in which they impersonated people of colour using blackface.
Arrested Development actress Alia Shawkat has apologised after a 2016 video in which she used the N-word resurfaced.
The co-creator of hit TV comedy Friends said she “didn’t do enough” to encourage diversity on the show.
Social media star KSI has said he was “crushed” by his parents’ reaction to his A-level grades.
Bindi Irwin has shared details from her wedding to Chandler Powell and revealed all the changes they had to make as a result of the pandemic.
The BBC has shared a first look at new drama The Salisbury Poisonings, about the impact the 2018 novichok poisonings had on the local community.
Geri Horner will offer tips on creative writing, Tim Peake will discuss the science of space rockets, Ed Balls will teach history and Heston Blumenthal will give cookery tips when famous faces swap their day jobs to become supply teachers for a new BBC show.
Usually the main topic of conversation when I’m on the phone to my mates these days is what we’re watching on the telly.
Kate Garraway has said she “couldn’t be prouder” of how her children have coped with the “horrific” two months since their father fell ill with coronavirus.
Kate Thornton has said that therapy saved her from a life of “body dysmorphia and dysfunctional eating”.
Frankie Bridge has said she is struggling to find time for “date night” with her husband Wayne during lockdown.
Flagship channel BBC One will attempt to increase its appeal to lower-income households, the broadcaster has said.
Sir Lenny Henry has said that, as a young man, some girls would not dance with him because he was “a black guy”.
Normal People star Paul Mescal has joked the neck chain he wore throughout the acclaimed series “will always be more popular than I am”.
Coronation Street’s much-loved duos are being resurrected on Royal Mail stamps.
Captain Tom Moore has been awarded a gold Blue Peter badge for his fundraising efforts for the NHS.