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Thursday, January 18 2018

Chris Tarrant Banned

Chris Tarrant was found to be over the drink-drive limit after he was reported to police by a fellow pub-goer.

Fire and Fury For TV Series

Fire And Fury, the White House expose met with outrage from Donald Trump, is heading to television after the rights were purchased in a deal reported to be worth seven figures.

Jason King Star Dies

Jason King star Peter Wyngarde has died at the age of 90, his agent has confirmed.

All Together Now

Comedian Rob Beckett hosts All Together Now, a new six-part entertainment series for anyone who believes their voice could win them £50,000.

Shane Ritchie

Shane Richie has announced he will not be returning to EastEnders any time soon.

New ITV Drama

ITV has commissioned factual drama Anne, it has been announced.

BBC Presenter Dies

Veteran BBC broadcaster Ed Doolan has died aged 76, after suffering with vascular dementia.

George Alagiah

BBC newsreader George Alagiah is to undergo medical treatment for bowel cancer for the second time.

Bella Emberg Dies

British actress Bella Emberg has died aged 80.


Actor Idris Elba is returning for a fifth series of the BBC’s Luther.

Ice Commentator Quits

Dancing on Ice’s new commentator Matt Chapman has quit the show after just one episode, ITV has confirmed.

Derry Girls

Channel 4 has commissioned a second series of Derry Girls after just one episode has aired.

Home and Away Actress

Australian actress Jessica Falkholt has had her life support switched off, following a crash which also killed her parents and younger sister.

Most Watched TV

The BBC once again broadcast the most-watched TV programme of the year during 2017, despite losing The Great British Bake Off.

Radio 2 Changes

Jo Whiley and Simon Mayo will join forces for a new BBC Radio 2 programme that will hit the airwaves from May.

BBC Les Mis Series

The BBC has announced an all star cast for a small screen version of Victor Hugo's Les Miserables.


New Tricks’ Phil Daniels, Game Of Thrones’ Donald Sumpter and Prisoners’ Wives actress Emma Rigby are to join the cast of ITV’s Endeavour for a fifth series.

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