Coronation Street is going upmarket with Corner Shop owner Dev Alahan and his new lady-friend Tara Mandal opening their own art gallery. Unlikely artist Bill Webster is the first to be signed up to create work for the new gallery. The soap character Tara, and plank of wood Dev, plan to sell posh paintings according to The Sun. They report Dev comments: “The only thing we need do now is
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Actress Belinda Everett, who appeared in ITV’s revival of Crossroads in 2002, will join the cast of ITV’s drama series Blue Murder when it returns for a fifth season later this year. ITV has released details of the forthcoming fifth season of Blue Murder which stars Caroline Quentin and former Casualty actor Ian Kelsey. Joining the cast of the fifth season is former Crossroads actress Belinda Everett who played environmental
Just when you thought it was safe to watch Coronation Street again its been reported today that Maria Connor and arch rival Tony ‘Evil’ Gordon are to become lovers. The Sun reports that ‘love blooms’ between the odd couple after the departure of Carla. Later she begins to think her campaign against Tony to prove he ordered Liam’s hit-and-run murder is misplaced. The Granada insider told the newspaper: “The writers
The Windass family have certainly made their presence felt on the street but is that a good thing? Are you fans of the latest arrivals to the cobbles of Weatherfield? Do you think the Windass’ are a great addition to Coronation Street? Or maybe you can’t stand them? Maybe you think they are the latest in a long-line of poor families introduced by Coronation Street? Whatever your opinions on the
Australian television sources report that Neighbours producers could be about to introduce a new generation of the Ramsay family. In what appears to be an attempt to take the show back to its high rating days of the 1980s current bosses at the Five aired soap are bringing back one of the original families – in surname only. Back in the early days the Ramsay and Robinson families were the
EastEnders star Charlie Brooks is keen for her character Janine to get a new man.
Former Neighbours actress Holly Valance has branded the soap that launched her career as “rubbish”.
A long serving Neighbours actress suggests she’s happy to stay in Ramsay Street for many years to come.
This Christmas the BBC is to offer younger viewers their own version of BBC iPlayer that allows them to watch shows they love on-demand in a specially designed child-friendly service. Aimed at children aged 6 to 12, BBC iPlayer for CBBC – BAFTA Children’s Channel of the Year – gives children the chance to choose when they watch programmes such as Blue Peter, MI High, Sarah Jane Adventures, and
Your Views on a possible return for Brookside on Channel 4.