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ITV bosses will be hoping Simon Cowell's appearance on The X Factor tonight improves the ratings with audience figures down
Actress Angharad Rees has died following a long battle with pancreatic cancer, her family said. Rees, who starred in BBC
A TV audience of almost 17m shared Andy Murray's tears after he lost his dramatic Wimbledon match yesterday - the highest
Bruce Forsyth has given his blessing to Vernon Kay to take over as host of Play Your Cards Right. The Family Fortunes host
McFly stars are set to dominate TV even further following Harry Judd's Strictly win by appearing in a celebrity special of
The BBC has "cancelled" Vic Reeves and Bob Mortimer's surreal panel show Shooting Stars. The show began life as a 1993 Christmas
Lord Sugar's Apprentice sidekick Nick Hewer has signed up to present the new series of Countdown. He will take over from
Is not the United States of America too wrong and big and shiny to handle such a keepsake as Bullseye and successfully leave its mystique intact? Will not its wrong, big and shinily-expensive mitt crush this small, culty TV memory as it attempts to pick it up and shake the loot out of it?
Chris Moyles and Stacey Solomon have signed up to present a dating show. Radio 1 DJ Chris, 37, will host The Love Machine
JEREMY Kyle says he has nothing to lose by doing his new quiz show — because he's already the most hated man in BRITAIN. The
PRESS ASSOCIATION -- Ant and Dec have reportedly admitted that lessons have been learned from the first series of big money
PRESS ASSOCIATION -- ITV1's big money gameshow Red Or Black? was hammered by BBC1 consumer show Watchdog as it continues
THE first millionaire winner of Ant and Dec's new game show Red Or Black is a former jailbird caged for battering another
PRESS ASSOCIATION -- A full-time carer has become game show Red Or Black?'s second millionaire in as many days. Kevin Cartwright
PRESS ASSOCIATION -- Simon Cowell's shows are set to dominate ITV1's Saturday night schedule for an unbroken two-and-three
While a place in the hearts and indeed memory banks of an entire generation must be very gratifying, you don't notice an awful lot of those Kids TV stars graduating to the big time, and sentiment doesn't pay the bills. Unless you work for Hallmark. So what exactly are the stars of summers past doing now?
CHRIS Tarrant has attacked ITV bosses for their obsession with celebrity versions of Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?