The creator of Riverdale has said he is undecided on how the show will address the death of star Luke Perry.
Singer George Shelley has said he spent 12 months “in my bedroom in the darkness” but is now “back on track” after taking part in a BBC reality show.
Jeremy Paxman has said he is just hoping to get through Celebrity Bake Off “without being held up to public ridicule”.
Paddy McGuinness has said he enjoys it when people shout his catchphrases back at him because it is the highest form of compliment.
English Heritage is hoping to separate fact from fiction for Game Of Thrones fans.
Chris Packham has said his new programme on population growth poses some major questions for society.
Line Of Duty star Adrian Dunbar has said he is frequently afraid that his character is about to get killed off.
BBC director-general Lord Hall joked he was as in the dark as everyone else about the identity of mystery villain “H” on Line Of Duty, as he announced the series would return on March 31.
Love Island star Mike Thalassitis’s ex-girlfriend Megan McKenna has told of her “complete shock” as she spoke for the first time following his death.
The chairman of the BBC has called for a reduction in regulatory red tape so the broadcaster can compete with Netflix.