A life-long dog owner Ronnie shares the Great British passion for animals in his new BBC One series, Animal Crackers.
Jane Horrocks talks about Valco deputy manager Julie in series three of Sky 1 HD’s hit supermarket sitcom.
This straight-talking documentary series, Fat: The Fight of My Life, joins a group of morbidly obese individuals as they embark on a journey to save their lives. They are guided by weight loss expert Jessie Pavelka in their fight to shed the pounds and build a healthier lifestyle.
Actor Will Mellor has spent 24 of his 38 years onscreen, having started out at the age of 14 in ITV’s teen drama Children’s Ward. He has starred in everything from long-running sitcoms to award-winning dramas, and even been a soap-opera villain. Now he’s turning to dating for Channel 4.
After nine years, eleven series and over 130 episodes the BAFTA winning Channel 4 comedy drama Shameless, set on the fictional Chatsworth council estate, is coming to an end. The last ever episode sees the return of actress Anne-Marie Duff as Fiona Gallagher to the show, who was last seen in 2005.
Actor Owen Brenman first appeared in Doctors playing the irrepressible Heston Carter five years ago, as the actor in an interview celebrates his time on the daytime saga.
Former Emmerdale actor Danny Miller, who won awards for his portrayal of Aaron Livesy in the soap, has joined ITV drama Scott & Bailey as D.S. Rob Waddington, here he talks about his new role as episode four of the detective drama hits the air this week.
Clare Devine is back in Hollyoaks village and is bitchier than ever, former EastEnders actress Gemma Bissix has discussed the return to Channel 4’s soap.
Sky 1 is currently airing the USA smash drama Revolution and one of the leading actors in the series, which looks at life in a post-apocalyptic landscape devoid of electricity – where all technology has blacked out, is actor Billy Burke who talks about the series here.
Hollyoaks shortly will see the McQueens become even more fraught in the wake of Mercedes’ disappearance while Dr. Browning thinks he’s found the culprit and pays them a visit to administer his own dose of Browning medicine… Dr Paul Browning’s rather more charming alter-ego, Joseph Thompson talks about dream storylines, the character and the show.