Singer George Shelley has said he spent 12 months “in my bedroom in the darkness” but is now “back on track” after taking part in a BBC reality show.
Paddy McGuinness has said he enjoys it when people shout his catchphrases back at him because it is the highest form of compliment.
Comic Relief’s Red Nose Day show has suffered a drop in viewer ratings after 5.6 million people tuned in to watch the star-studded telethon on BBC One.
Red Nose Day returns to BBC One with skits and celebrities for an evening of charity fundraising.
Medical drama Call The Midwife has been renewed for two more series, the BBC said.
Ruby Allen tracked down and confronted the man who accused her of sexual assault in Tuesday’s episode of EastEnders.
Sam Allardyce is hoping his vast “managerial experience” will help him on Celebrity Apprentice.
BBC staff have received an email from their “colleague” Alan Partridge on his return to the broadcaster.
Phoebe Waller-Bridge has said her comedy was an “electrifying” release from the pressures of being a woman.
Shakespeare & Hathaway’s Jo Joyner has revealed that the first series of the daytime detective drama featured a kiss scene that was cut.
Countryfile star Anita Rani has admitted to feeling the pressure as she prepares to climb Mount Kilimanjaro.
Tcheky Karyo returns tonight as brooding detective Julien Baptiste as he attempts to track down a missing sex worker in the first episode of Baptiste.
The worlds of Casualty and Holby City will collide as the hospital comes under cyber attack in a special crossover episode.
ITV’s The Voice UK has beaten the BBC’s The Greatest Dancer (TGD) for the fourth week in a row, according to overnight ratings.
Strictly Come Dancing professionals Janette Manrara and Aljaz Skorjanec have announced their plans to have children – but say they are “taking it slowly”.
The Greatest Dancer returned to screens on Saturday night for another episode of high-energy performance.
Cheryl has said she was moved to tears watching back last week’s episode of The Greatest Dancer and seeing its host’s reaction to a nine-year-old being voted through.
Danny Dyer has rubbished claims the BBC is “dumbing down history” by allowing him to host a programme about his royal ancestry.
Great British Bake Off host Sandi Toksvig says that 16,000 people have applied to compete on the new series of the show.
Luther fans have complained the dark lighting in the show made it impossible to see what was going on.