The stars of A Very English Scandal and Killing Eve will vie for the top prizes at today’s Broadcasting Press Guild (BPG) Awards.
Paddington Bear will be brought to the small screen in a new TV series with Ben Whishaw reprising his role as the beloved character.
A Very English Scandal co-stars Hugh Grant and Ben Whishaw will compete for the prize of best actor at this year’s Broadcasting Press Guild Awards.
The BBC’s award-winning drama A Very English Scandal is to spawn a series of spin-off anthologies with the initial focusing on the first woman to be publicly “slut shamed”.
Ben Whishaw repeated his Golden Globe success by picking up another prize at the Critics’ Choice Awards (CCAs).
British talent had a lot to celebrate at the Golden Globes, with Christian Bale, Olivia Colman and Richard Madden among the winners.
The Golden Globes will see some of Britain’s biggest stars go head to head for gongs as the nominations recognised a raft of UK talent.
Television viewers were upset after a dog was killed in the latest instalment of BBC drama A Very English Scandal.
Viewers joked that Paddington had taken “an unexpected turn” after its stars Ben Whishaw and Hugh Grant reunited to play lovers in A Very English Scandal.
Efforts to tackle sexual harassment have “barely touched the surface of what men do at work”, former Doctor Who supremo Russell T Davies has said.
Ben Whishaw has said that he wanted to do justice to Norman Scott and tell his side of the story over the Jeremy Thorpe affair, in new drama A Very English Scandal.
Norman Scott has criticised the way he is portrayed in the BBC’s new drama about his former lover, disgraced MP Jeremy Thorpe.
Hugh Grant has been pictured as former Liberal party leader Jeremy Thorpe for the first time.