After it first aired in 2010, the programme became a global phenomenon with some claiming it went a good way to reviving ITV’s fortunes
An Anglo-French production about Louis XIV's Versailles has proved a big – and relevant – hit in France. And soon we can marvel at it, too, writes Leonora Craig Cohen
'She was a doer – she was an absolute doer – and she was an immensely caring woman'
Julian Fellowes' first TV drama since Downton Abbey is an adaptation of 'Doctor Thorne', Anthony Trollope's 1858 tale of romantic intrigue. He tells Gerard Gilbert why this 'populist but patronised' author has a particular resonance for him
Aidan Turner's shirtless scything scene in Poldark was awarded TV Moment of the Year
Comic suggests racism has increased viewership, but Downton producer says 'Britain was not multicultural in 1920'
'We’ll know more next year'
No major programme passed the seven million viewer mark this year for the first time
'There are no hunks and no cleavage and no sex on our show'
Dineen died in Cork on Sunday
Rose Leslie had no idea that 'Game of Thrones' was a global phenomenon when she auditioned for it.– and she thought 'Luther' had finished when she was asked to be Idris Elba's co-star.
Eddie Redmayne, Alicia Vikander, Cate Blanchett and Leonardo DiCaprio are all nominated for acting gongs
The last ever episode of the beloved series airs Christmas Day.
Jericho follows a community of pioneers, settlers and outcasts building a viaduct across the Pennines
The former England cricketer and the Scouting for Girls frontman met when Stride appeared on Test Match Special
From Miss Jean Brodie to the Lady in the Van, Smith excels at playing women who want to get their own way