As part of Channel 4’s Funny Fortnight, Harry Hill has made a retrospective documentary, Whatever Happened to Harry Hill? Here he reveals more, and looks back on his hugely successful career so far.
The blonde, petite, button-nosed Jessica Forrest looks all sweetness and niceness however her character Leanne Holiday has the reputation for being Hollyoaks’ serial bunny boiler extraordinaire.
He’s been dishing out much needed fashion advice for years, but now Gok Wan is moving into a new television genre – cooking.
ITVs popular series The Dales is back for a brand new run in 2012 to bring viewers the stories behind another summer in the life of the Yorkshire Dales. Here former Young One Ade Edmondson talks about the series. You’ve just been seen on screen in Ade In Britain and now back for a second series with The Dales – are you on a mission to make us all fall
Noel Fielding is about to launch a new comedy series on E4, Luxury Comedy. Here the co-creator of The Mighty Boosh talks about bringing his own psychedelic brand of comedy to E4. Noel Fielding’s Luxury Comedy is a seven-part comedy show quite unlike anything else on television. We caught up with Noel to find out more and, if anything, ended up even more confused about the show. One thing’s for
The forth installment of Above Suspicion is set around the murder of a famous actress. The plot centers on a British film star Amanda Delany has the world at her feet. Young and talented, she has a string of affairs with the hottest actors around. The tabloids can’t get enough of her and she, in turn, can’t get enough of the spotlight. Then, late home one evening from a night
Shaun Evans talks about stepping into the iconic shoes of John Thaw for the latest ITV Drama involving the character of Morse. Endeavour Morse begins in 1965. The section house of an anonymous Midlands New Town. Detective Constable Endeavour Morse drafts his letter of resignation from the Police Force. It is a letter he will never deliver. For fate, in the shape of a hunt for a missing schoolgirl, is
BBC One’s Christmas line-up includes a three-part adaptation of Great Expectations starring Ray Winstone, Gillian Anderson, David Suchet and Douglas Booth. BBC One’s Christmas line-up includes a three-part adaptation of Great Expectations starring Ray Winstone, Gillian Anderson, David Suchet and Douglas Booth. Ray Winstone stars as Magwitch and Gillian Anderson appears as Miss Havisham. The actors talk about playing two of Dickens iconic characters and why Great Expectations is
Tonight sees the return of the BBC’s acclaimed legal drama inspired by the life of pioneering eighteenth century barrister William Garrow. The stars of the show discuss its third series. The RTS award-winning drama sees a return of the barrister to the Old Bailey to champion the rights of prisoners against the powers of the State. Andrew Buchan of The Fixer fame plays the lead role of William Garrow, he’s looking
Linlithgow MSP Fiona Hyslop the Cabinet Secretary for Culture and External Affairs at the Scottish Parliament talks to ATV Today about broadcasting in the country. Scottish broadcaster STV also provide their view on the local output for the area. What powers does the SCOTTISH GOVERNMENT have over media organisations that are based and / or broadcast in Scotland? “Powers over Broadcasting are almost entirely reserved to the UK