Welsh actor and comedian Stan Stennett, best known for his long running role in ITV’s daytime soap Crossroads, is to be celebrated with a tribute show in April.
From the late 1960s to the early 1980s Noele Gordon was one of ITV’s biggest stars and their first major soap queen. While it may be hard to believe now, due to Noele’s era of Crossroads never being repeated thanks to ATV wiping 100s of episodes, ITV finally pay their respects to a lady who helped establish the network.
One of TTTV’s best loved personalities has passed away.
In this the fifth series of the biographical documentary series, stars such as John Thaw, Dudley Moore and Norman Wisdom have the spotlight turn on them once more.
BBC Four is to look at the story of how the United Kingdom fell in love with regional television.
Telly executive Alan Coleman has spoken exclusively to ATV Today about his early years in broadcasting before his success with shows such as The Young Doctors and Neighbours.
On April 14th 1985 at 9.24am TV-am aired a newsflash announcing the death of Noele Gordon. The one-time West End actress had since the 1930s been a key player in British television.
One of the biggest stars of Tyne Tees Television of the 1950s and 60s has died aged 69.