KIERAN BEW’S latest TV may be a fantasy epic but he couldn’t have felt more at home.
Billy Connolly: ‘Parkinson’s is the first thing I think about in the morning, so I make the second thing more interesting’
COMEDIAN Billy Connolly spoke about his Parkinson's disease after accepting an accolade from his friend Dustin Hoffman at the National Television Awards.
EMILIA FOX has spent a decade staring at ghoulish-looking corpses – and she’s still loving every minute.
DERMOT O’LEARY, 42, is one of the country’s most dependable presenters.
Endeavour’s Roger Allam admits he’s glad he’s not reached the level of fame of former The Thick of It co-star Peter Capaldi
FOR decades he’s been one of THOSE faces – a quality, dependable star of stage and screen.
THE ultimate battle of men and machines is to return after BBC Two announced a reboot of Robot Wars with "more robots, battles and science than ever before".
IT may seem as if he’s tasted almost everything on MasterChef, but John Torode has gone back to culinary school for his latest project.
AND Then There Were None is the bestselling crime novel in history.
IT has become one of TV’s biggest hits, a winter warmer for up to nine million shivering viewers, but Death in Paradise is in for a bit of a shake-up this year.
THE VOICE winner Stevie McCrorie reckons a channel switch could help the stardom prospects of future champs.
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