Helena Bonham Carter has said digging into her family history for a Channel 4 show convinced her that researching your grandparents should be part of the national curriculum.
Sir Mark Rylance has said a recent trip to Hong Kong to discover the part his grandfather played in the Second World War made him realise there is no “right or wrong” in battle.
Mark Gatiss and Steven Moffat have said any children staying up to watch their new adaptation of Bram Stoker’s Dracula will be “properly frightened” as it returns to the story’s Gothic traditions.
Liz Bonnin has said she stopped eating red meat after making a BBC documentary about the impact of meat production on the planet.
Comedian Jim Moir has admitted he does not like British comedies such as Fleabag.
The Duke of Cambridge has given the comic two-hander of Romesh Ranganathan and Rob Beckett the “royal seal of approval” after they hosted the Royal Variety Performance.
Caitlyn Jenner and Kate Garraway were strapped into cages filled with 30,000 cockroaches in the first gruelling I’m A Celebrity Bushtucker Trial.
Roman Kemp has said the late pop star George Michael was like an uncle to him as he was growing up.
Martin and Shirlie Kemp have said they do not think their son Roman will cry during his time in I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! – because of his “testosterone” and focus.
The Liberal Democrats and SNP have lost a High Court challenge against ITV over its decision to exclude their party leaders from a televised election debate.