BBC Four is to air two new comedy series the corporation has announced with Up The Women and Quick Cuts.
BBC One drama Sherlock, penned by Steven Moffat and Mark Gatiss, has been named the top programme of 2012 in a poll by the Radio Times.
The nations comedic greats are gearing up for a night of titters as Jonathan Ross returns to hosts The British Comedy Awards dangerously live on Channel 4 next week.
Cheryl Taylor has been appointed the new controller of CBBC – the corporation’s digital channel for children. Taylor is currently the BBC‘s controller for comedy commissions having overseen hits such as Not Going Out, Miranda and the award-winning Mrs Brown’s Boys.
BBC America has revealed a host of series purchases for the network to begin airing next month on the United States broadcaster from BBC Worldwide.
David Tennant has said he’s not been typecast since leaving Doctor Who in 2010.
David Tennant is to play a copper in a new ITV drama series.
BAFTA nominated comedy Twenty Twelve starring Hugh Bonneville and Olivia Coleman is to air on BBC America.