Comic Matt Lucas is to star in a silent comedy-style show for BBC1 - his first new character series without sidekick David Walliams.
Jessie J will shave her head for the charity night, celebrating its 25th anniversary
Timothy Spall goes posh in a new PG Wodehouse adaptation
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As Sue Townsend's stories are reissued for the 30th anniversary, Will Dean salutes his dysfunctional hero
As Sue Townsend’s stories are reissued, Will Dean salutes his dysfunctional hero
Celebrity chef switched to 'graveyard slot' as TV ratings plummet
The latest comedy show from Little Britain duo Matt Lucas and David Walliams has been recommissioned for a second series, the BBC announced today.
The long, boozy lunch may no longer be a part of media culture, but you'd never know it from all the new restaurants opening in Soho. Just when it seemed that chain cafés and bars would choke the life out of London's creative heartland, the place has been revived by an infusion of exciting, independently-owned new openings.
He stands 6ft 7in, he's just been named the funniest man in literature, and he's the very embodiment of Disgusting (no, not Disgusted) of Tunbridge Wells. Meet children's author Philip Ardagh
Little Britain star David Walliams, whose children's book is on the shortlist for the Roald Dahl prize, describes how he fell under the influence of the late author
The comedian Matt Lucas has pulled out of his debut performance in a West End play following the sudden death of his former civil partner.
Matt Lucas will be rejoining one of his old mates from his National Youth Music Theatre days, Adam Meggido, on Thursday [30 April] when he appears in the improvised musical Showstopper! at the Leicester Square Theatre.
Graham Linehan, the creator of Father Ted and The IT Crowd, is annoyed by the lack of risk-taking in British TV comedy, he tells Mark Hughes
Terror of being on his own drives his creativity, ‘Little Britain’ star tells ‘Desert Island Discs’
Matt Smith was today named as the new Doctor Who, the BBC said, becoming the 11th Time Lord since the programme first aired in 1963.