Sally James fancies her chances on the Strictly dancefloor.
One to Watch: tonight on ITV Bradley Walsh switches the chasers for puppets.
BBC Studioworks is to facilitate Sir Lenny Henry’s 60th birthday special which will air next month on BBC One.
The top twenty shows listed online are part of a bigger top fifty Radio Times publication feature.
News in Brief Extra: Strictly no Corrie stars, boozy bake off, Tiswas-not its sofa and fabulous felines
An extra edition of usual news in brief rounded up with Mike Waktins, following on from our special edition of ATV Sunday celebrating Sir Bruce Forsyth.
In a video to mark the 30th anniversary of the death of ATV Network pioneer Noele Gordon, the demise of Studio One is recorded with one last performance.
BBC One quiz show Pointless returns with a raft of well known faces for primetime episodes of Pointless Celebrities this April in a series of themed shows, guests from the worlds of sport, comedy, television and music will be taking on the Pointless challenge in the hopes of winning for their chosen charities.
Earlier this month reports suggested that Chris Tarrant had suffered a heart attack during a flight from Bangkok to London. Tarrant’s agent later said it was possibly an asthma attack. It has now been revealed as a mini stroke.
Claims television and radio presenter Chris Tarrant suffered a heart attack at Heathrow airport have been dismissed by his agent. The ITV personality however did fall ill during a flight from Bangkok to London on Saturday.
A one-off drama, Danny And The Human Zoo, is a fictionalised account of, former Tiswas star, Lenny Henry’s life as a working-class teenager in 1970s Dudley.