David Walliams talks about presenting Channel 4’s celebration of author Roald Dahl.
In a new four part series Professor Noel Fitzpatrick takes his Supervet show beyond the usual and gives viewers a look at how he’s brought to the vets table some groundbreaking surgical procedures.
Combine a gang of four twenty-something wasters, one West Country village and the ex-Lord of Winterfell and you’ve got Wasted. E4’s latest comedy series.
Actress Paula Lane has spoken about her departure from ITV’s Coronation Street and the popular role of Kylie Platt.
From the heart of London’s West End, Channel 5 is unleashing Rylan Clark-Neal for late night fun and frivolity in Up Late With Rylan, airing throughout May. Here Rylan looks ahead to the production.
Hollyoaks Executive Producer Bryan Kirkwood reflects on twenty years of the Channel 4 soap opera.
Ten years after its first outing Inspector Morse spin-off Lewis returns for another six part series tomorrow on ITV. Lead actor Kevin Whately discusses the latest series and playing the character for three decades.
Presenter Richard Bacon, who has hosted shows ranging from Blue Peter to The Big Breakfast, is soon to oversee the proceedings on ITV’s Eternal Glory. A sort of Celebrity Krypton Factor with lots of tight lycra.
Actress Paula Lane talks about the aftermath of the Coronation Street live episode which saw her character Kylie Platt ‘murder’ the street’s latest bad boy Callum Logan.
We sit down with STV’s Director of Channels, Bobby Hain, as the Scottish broadcaster looks to increase its portfolio with three more local TV stations. STV plan to launch three new local stations in Aberdeen, Ayr and Dundee after being awarded the local licences by broadcasting regulator Ofcom.