David Olusoga is to present A Black History Of Britain for BBC Two.
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Twelve celebrities are getting their ski gear ready to head to Jump Mountain high in the Austrian Alps to compete live in the third series of Channel 4’s winter sports series, The Jump.
Comedy channel Gold is to air another original UKTV scripted comedy starring Simon Callow.
Nancy Dell‘Olio is the second ‘sorta famous’ person to depart Channel 5’s Celebrity Big Brother.
At the end of January Channel 4 will broadcast an insight into the curious world of controversial presidential hopeful, Donald Trump. The one-off hour-long documentary, produced by ITN Productions, will air on Tuesday 26th January at 9pm on Channel 4.
BBC Two is returning to the man and machine battle series Robot Wars, over a decade since new episodes aired on Channel 5.
Catherine Tate, Miles Jupp and Sian Gibson are to lead the cast in UKTV’s latest sitcom, Do Not Disturb, for comedy channel Gold.
BBC One’s drama adaptation of Louise Doughty’s best-selling psychological thriller, Apple Tree Yard, is to lead star Emily Watson and Ben Chapman.
British film icon, Sir Michael Caine, will join Jonathan Ross in his first major UK sit down interview in nearly a decade.
UKTV channel Dave has scored an iTunes success as the new series of The Magic Sponge podcast topped the iTunes UK comedy chart.