Sitcom Heaven this past weekend at Elstree Studios saw some well-known television stars of the 1960’s & 70’s reunited.
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Actor Kenneth Gilbert, best known for roles in Doctor Who, Edward VII and a recurring role in soap Crossroads (pictured) has died aged 84.
BBC One quiz show Pointless returns with a raft of well known faces for primetime episodes of Pointless Celebrities this April in a series of themed shows, guests from the worlds of sport, comedy, television and music will be taking on the Pointless challenge in the hopes of winning for their chosen charities.
No Channel 5 are not planning a remake of the London Weekend Television classic sitcom, instead the broadcaster has commissioned an eight part series about a family run bus company operating in Hull, Scarborough and the surrounding areas.
Kevin Laffan may be best known as the man who created Yorkshire Television’s Emmerdale Farm, however he also provided the scripts to many other productions including movie The Best Pair of Legs in the Business which is to be released on DVD later this month.
Yesterday it was announced that digital channel Gold was reviving the iconic political comedy Yes, Prime Minister – perhaps there couldn’t be a better time for a revival of the series.
LWT comedy series On The Buses was a hit with viewers but not with critics who didn’t see the charm of the series viewers did. Such was the success of the comedy that it spawned three spin-off movies and Flashback takes a look at both the television series and the three movies of On the Buses.