Tonight At The London Palladium returns to ITV screens tomorrow with entertainer, actor and presenter Bradley Walsh stepping into the presenting duties, with his warmth and cheeky style The Chase host will entertain audiences with plenty of surprises and introduce some of the biggest stars from music and comedy onto one of the world’s most famous stages, along with a host of spectacular speciality acts from around the world. “I’m
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Tonight At The London Palladium is to return to ITV screens after an absence of fifteen years following the success of the revived Sunday night version.
Singer and presenter Donny Osmond is to join BBC One’s Strictly Come Dancing’s judging panel for a special one-off guest appearance this autumn.
Devised by then MD of the London Palladium Val Parnell in 1955, Sunday Night at the London Palladium entertained millions of viewers for over a decade and saw numerous spin-offs, imitations and even revivals over the years. Now ITV are returning to the format once more.
The stars have come out tonight on Channel 5 to enter the Celebrity Big Brother house, ATV Today takes a look who has ventured inside.
Comedian and television personality Jimmy Tarbuck is the latest celebrity to be arrested in connection with historical sexual assault allegations.
Sir Bruce Forsyth, who launched his television career on ATV in the 1950s, is to celebrate seven decades of performing on stage and fifty-four on television with a BBC One special.
Kenny Ball, a regular personality on British television in the sixties and seventies has died aged 82, a day before he was due to take to the stage in a concert in Lincolnshire.
2012 marks 40 years since the man behind Sunday Night at the London Palladium, Val Parnell, died. Here ATV Today celebrates the ITV television executive, theatre manager and impresario.
In this the fifth series of the biographical documentary series, stars such as John Thaw, (pictured right) Dudley Moore and Norman Wisdom have the spotlight turn on them once more.