Ryan Thomas has said he and his siblings are “incredibly excited but also incredibly nervous” as they embark on a trip to India to explore their roots.
An upcoming drama telling an alternative history of the space race between the US and Soviet Union is a “deeply feminist” show, one of its stars has said.
Scottish comedy Still Game is to be recognised by Bafta Scotland with an Outstanding Contribution to Television award.
Durham student Henry has been eliminated from The Great British Bake Off quarter-final in a shock exit.
A representative for Felicity Huffman says the actress has reported to a federal prison in California to serve a two-week sentence in the college admissions scandal.
Jennifer Aniston has joined Instagram after previously insisting she would not have a social media account.
Former Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson is to chair ITV’s new Mental Health Advisory Group, created following the deaths of participants of the Jeremy Kyle Show and Love Island.
Ant and Dec will take viewers on a trip into the hidden world of souped-up street racing for a new programme inspired by their life-long fascination with the world of car-modifiers.
Netflix and filmmaker Ava DuVernay have been sued by the company behind a controversial police interrogation technique featured in acclaimed drama When They See Us.
John Sergeant has criticised the BBC for its handling of complaints against Breakfast host Naga Munchetty, saying the corporation acted with “incompetence”.