A university is to host a major conference on historical time-travel drama Outlander.
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.
Kelly Macdonald will star in the next series of Line Of Duty as the “most enigmatic adversary AC-12 have ever faced”.
Alastair Campbell has said the Labour Party has been “in denial” since the last election.
The SNP has complained to Sky News and Ofcom about the “deeply undemocratic” decision to exclude the party from a General Election TV debate.
Labour MP Jess Phillips has said that former prime minister Theresa May is “not very human”.
Sir Billy Connolly has said he no longer shares a bed with his wife because his Parkinson’s disease causes him to punch her in his sleep.
Louis Theroux has said he was driven to defend Michael Jackson’s sexual abuse accusers because of his own relationship with Jimmy Savile.
A break-out star of gruelling TV drama Chernobyl has dedicated his best television actor award at the Scottish Baftas to the victims of the nuclear accident.
Former Gogglebox star Scarlett Moffatt is to embark on an African adventure for Channel 4 – taking her family and entire childhood home with her.