A university is to host a major conference on historical time-travel drama Outlander.
Animal welfare campaigner Chris Packham has described the illegal killing of birds of prey as “out of control”, after another death in Scotland.
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.
Pensioners have staged protests outside BBC headquarters over the “scandalous” decision to axe the universal free TV licence for over-75s.
Alastair Campbell has said the Labour Party has been “in denial” since the last election.
Kelly Macdonald will star in the next series of Line Of Duty as the “most enigmatic adversary AC-12 have ever faced”.
The SNP has complained to Sky News and Ofcom about the “deeply undemocratic” decision to exclude the party from a General Election TV debate.
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.
As Courier Country basks in the afterglow of high profile international movie productions such as period drama Outlander and historical epic The Outlaw King, Michael Alexander asks if the area can further benefit from the film and TV industry in future.
BBC executive Charlotte Moore has said TV is facing enormous change and traditional broadcasters must try to keep up with subscription streaming services.