Deena Payne has admitted she was ‘disappointed’ by her on-screen exit from Emmerdale.
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Susan Bower, executive producer of Neighbours, has promised a ‘strong future’ for the soap despite a troubled 25th anniversary year.
Mark Thompson, the director general of the BBC, has admitted that the recent licence fee settlement will mean fewer hours of original programming but insists those produced will be to a “higher quality“.
McDonald’s are said to be angry over a television commercial which attributes their food to ‘death’ of a man.
Vicky, who plays factory worker Janice Battersby in Coronation Street has decided to leave the soap after nearly 15 years in the role.
The soap, devised by one time ATV Network executive Reg Watson, is continuing its historic low in the ratings.
Prolific television writer Alan Plater has died aged 75.
The Beeb is to launch a high definition version of BBC One later in the year, following the BBC Trust’s approval.
Openly gay actor Sir Ian McKellen has criticised the “camp” portrayals of gay men on television.
In a country ravaged by plague, war and financial meltdown, Dara O’Briain and his four horsemen are preparing to ride to the rescue this summer with the seventh series of smash hit topical panel show Mock The Week. Returning on Thursday 9 July 2009, the BBC Two comedy maintains the unique mix of quiz, performance and topical discussion that saw the last series regularly pulling in viewing figures of more