The producer faces allegations of sexual harassment and abuse.
What a television year it’s been. There wasn’t a live moon landing in 2016, but we did have some other never to forget moments
All Aboard The Country Bus, BBC 4, Sunday at 8pm There’s nothing very romantic about a bus.
A NEW exhibition by renowned Belfast-born photographer Paul Seawright has opened at the Ulster Museum.
As the government launches a debate around the future of the BBC television tax, I would like to unveil some unscientific research on the broadcaster’s television output.
Employable Me, BBC 2, Monday at 9pm Good television is often about casting the right characters and Employable Me got this spectacularly right.
Drinkers Like Me: Adrian Chiles Adrian Chiles frightened the bejaysus out of me.
A FORMER UTV senior editor has settled a libel action brought over his review of a controversial Irish presidential television debate.
Muslims Like Us, BBC2, Monday and Tuesday at 9pm A Big Brother style house where different shades of the Muslim world discuss their religion doesn’t sound like a great prospect for a TV programme.
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Warship, Channel 4, Monday at 8pm THE British military's PR department is pretty good at this type of stuff.