22 people were killed and at least 59 others were injured after a suicide bomber struck at an Ariana Grande concert being held at Manchester Arena last night. The attacker also died at the scene.
BBC One and ITV amend morning schedules in light of the Manchester Arena bombing, while Good Morning Britain’s coverage has caused controversy.
Edinburgh TV Festival is to launch the ‘Test Card Initiative’ to bring new talent into the industry.
Elstree Film Studios and Elstree University Technical College supporting Hertsmere schools with resources, film experts and mentors to help create their films.
The order children are born has been found to have a significant impact on whether they’re destined to be a company CEO, astronaut or scientist according to a new study released this past week by Disney.
Princess of Pop, Ariana Grande, is to put the ‘bang bang’ into Blackpool courtesy of Madame Tussauds.
ITV and BBC amend schedules to bring news specials following the ‘terror attack’ in London earlier today.
This Sunday Liberty Global will live-stream a rare type of solar eclipse to people around the world via its Facebook page and YouTube channel.
Charity celebrates campaign victory to end digital exclusion for people with hearing loss.
The final screening, Back to the Future, has been shown in the last remaining ABC cinema in the UK.