An utterly ridiculous but quite heartwarming new show
There are still so many people who hold these opinions deep down
Inside Television: More poverty porn on the bill as sex (sort of) sells in CBB
The former boxer said being gay was not normal and could be fixed
Hidden cameras and “mystery shoppers” could be used to keep tabs on care homes under proposals being considered by the Care Quality Commission (CQC).
Paul Gallagher gets a sneak tour of Elstree studios propety
Channel 4 is soon to air a new reality show Sex Box, which will present audiences with "real sex", interviewing couples moments after they've had intercourse live on TV - albeit in the relative privacy of an opaque box. Paul Vallely writes for us today on the show's "having it both ways", offering both education and titillation to viewers. It got us to thinking. Is there anything left for TV to broadcast? Or have our eyeballs seen pretty much every important life moment there is to see, on television...
Conservative MP Daniel Kawczynski criticises 'cost-neutral' move as charity attempts to attract younger people to heritage sites
View From The Sofa: There’s no getting away from the fact that a racist remark ended his career
ITV's chief today called for "a new Big Brother" to safeguard the future of British television and warned that the supply of big entertainment shows "is drying up".
Outkast rapper Big Boi is reported to have signed to six figure deal to appear on Celebrity Big Brother in the UK.
White housemate flipped black contestant's mattress over before goading her saying 'What you gon' do, girl?'
Day 10 in the Big Brother house and it’s back to wry asides and caustic bickering, thank God
A heavily-tattooed glamour model, a former police officer and a woman who runs a "gold-digger" website are among the housemates on this summer's Big Brother - unaware that a professional actor has joined them in the TV house to create mayhem.
The officer quit his job investigating the Jimmy Savile scandal to take up a place in the Channel 5 reality TV show
Chris Evans will take on the Today programme and Christian O'Connell for best breakfast show at the Sony Awards.