Broadcasting

USA Cult Previews Week Five

  Find out what happens in next week’s episodes of Dexter, 24 and Battlestar Galactica.     24 [Week Five] Sky One, Monday 26th  January. 9pm.   The threat of terrorism escalates and the fate of the country that has so often betrayed Jack Bauer rests on his shoulders. Can he avert an imminent crisis? Meanwhile, the volatile nature of the investigation is taking its toll on a struggling Agent

Demons [Week Five]

  Find out what happens in latest episode of ITV’s new supernatural drama series, Demons.   Demons [Week Five] Episode Four: ITV1, Saturday 24th January. 7.45pm   When a bad boy vampire arrives on the scene and Mina (Zoe Tapper) starts behaving strangely, Galvin (Philip Glenister) gets suspicious. Mina confesses that Quincey (Ciaran McMenamin) is back. He has come for her – he wants her to give in to her

Being Human [Week Five]

  Find out what happens in opening episode of BBC Three’s new series of Being Human   Being Human [Week Five] Episode One: BBC Three, Sunday 25th January. 9pm.   Three twenty-something housemates are united in trying to live normal lives, despite struggling with unusual afflictions: one’s a werewolf, one’s a vampire and one’s a ghost, in BBC Three’s sexy, witty and thrilling new series.   On first appearances, things

TV Switch for Isle Of Man

ITV news for the Isle of Man is being switched from Border Television to Granada. With the merger of the Border and Tyne Tees Television regions ITV Local have announced that the Isle of Man will be switched to the Granada Television region rather than also being covered by the new wider ITV North service.   Dr Carmel McLaughlin, director of the Island‘s Communications Commission, told the Isle of Man

Ofcom Back ITV Regional Cost Cutting

After months of the British public telling Ofcom they like local ITV, the regulator put profit above viewers once more. You just have to tune to the BBC’s Your News each week to see people complaining that local programming isn’t regional enough, isn’t relevant to them. Viewers want better local programmes, better local news. However under the guise of the need to cost cut, ITV once more have been allowed

Sky to continue Five News

It’s been confirmed that Sky will continue to produce news programmes for terrestrial broadcaster Five. It’s been confirmed that Sky will continue to provide the news for Channel Five but cost-cutting measures is expected to leave to redundancies. Sky will continue to provide news for Five until 2012 but will likely cut staff numbers in order to reduce costs. Sky replaced ITN as the supplier for news on Channel Four

Production resumes on Who

Filming has begun on the first of this year’s Doctor Who specials. Filming has reportedly begun on the first of this year’s Doctor Who specials, Planet of the Dead. According to reports by fans filming started on Monday 19th of January with location footage being shot at several locations in Cardiff. Fans were present for the filming and photographs have been leaked onto the net from the shooting. The filming

Britain’s Got Talent axes Kelly Brook

Kelly Brook has been axed as a fourth judge on the hit ITV talent show Britain’s Got Talent just days after joining the series. Last week it was announced that Kelly Brook would join the judge’s panel on the hit ITV talent show Britain’s Got Talent as a fourth judge but just a week later it’s been announced that the model and actress has now been dropped from the show.

Endemol buys Australian Southern Star

The Dutch company behind Big Brother, Endemol, has bought Australian company Southern Star which owns the international distribution rights to Home And Away, Blue Hellers and Wire in the Blood. Endemol, the Dutch company behind Big Brother, has bought the Australian company Southern Star, the company owns international distribution rights for Australian shows drama’s such as Water Rats, Blue Hellers and long running soap Home and Away. The company also