Significant £250m boost in the network’s Nations & Regions content spend will benefit all areas of the UK the broadcaster announces.
A review of career progression and culture for LGBT employees at the BBC found that while LGBT staff generally see the BBC as a good place to work, a number of small changes to working culture could LGBT their experience.
Annual figures released this week by Bristol Film Office reflect another healthy year for film and TV production in the city in 2017-18.
Poll finds UK viewers believe we are living in a ‘Golden Age’ of television.
Opinion Report by Mike Watkins: Coleen Nolan appeared on This Morning earlier this week to discuss last Wednesday’s edition of Loose Women which media experts and mental health advisors have called unprofessional.
Train delays are becoming an annoying regularity, as prices rise and service falls. TOWIE regular Charlie King last week helped a few commuters release their stress.
As temperatures hit dangerous levels on Independence Day Americans are urged to stop worshipping solar gods
Leading archaeological website claims evidence shows number of US citizens continuing to carry out lethal sundance despite soaring temperatures.
Research has been looking into the cost of enjoying a night out at a gig.
No Country for Women is a new landmark television two-part documentary series on RTÉ One which explores Irish women’s lives since achieving the vote 100 years ago.
10-year report commissioned by Writers’ Guild of Great Britain highlights magnitude of under-representation of women writers in film and TV, and barriers to career progression.