Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford to present new consumer entertainment show, Do The Right Thing
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The South East’s “alternative” and “independent” festival Undercover Festival is once more set to entertain at Dreamland Margate in April.
STV Productions, one of the UK’s leading content businesses, has appointed Nick Johns to the newly-created role of Head of Entertainment Development.
ITV heads to Morecambe Bay for six-part drama series.
Freddie Flintoff, Lethal Bizzle and Vick Hope will present Carnage for Sky One.
Euronews Hungarian, which launched five years ago, gains 860,000 subscribers on Magyar Telekom.
Watch out Newton and Ridley, there’s some big brand competition arriving in Weatherfield.
The 54-year-old Liverpudlian – who played Mick Johnson in the defunct Channel 4 saga – is to play a new love interest for Liz McDonald in the show.
Sky is to launch its own ‘originals’ movie service while the movie broadcaster also announces a new deal with Warner Bros.
The gongs have been given and the NTA’s are over for another year.