You've been around the world appearing on crazy TV shows for a new Channel 4 series. You must have seen some sights.
The BBC’s fly-on-the-wall documentary has made a star of Neville Wilshire. But what about the people at the receiving end of his firm’s unsolicited calls
On Sunday night, the French zombie drama The Returned (Les Revenants) stuck a claim to being the best-received French zombie TV drama of all time.
You aren’t alone if you could watch only some of The Call Centre, BBC3’s fly-on-the-wall series filmed at a Swansea cold-call factory, where bad banter met worse suits. The man in charge, Nev (that’s him in the brown suit with one of his acolytes) emerged instantly as a real-life David Brent, dispensing business park maxims and behaviour to make an HR department shudder.
Boy band One Direction look sweet as candy after being transformed into Pez-heads to help raise money for Comic Relief.
Ten years after he left the office and a Christmas party as excruciating as we had come to expect from Britain’s most cringeworthy paper executive, David Brent is back - fact.
David Brent will be back on our TV screens in March - “fact”.
Gervais claims the character in his controversial new sitcom isn't meant to be disabled - but how is he perceived?
The actor who played Robbie Jackson in the soap has 'got some stick' over his bid to be the next 007
Stand down patriotic TV watchers; Julian Fellowes is going Stateside, but all is not lost.
The media giant NBC- Universal broke US ad-sale records for its Olympic programming this year. But, as more people skip ad breaks, television shows must do all they can to make money. Product placement has long been a fixture of American TV, with some shows working real-life products into scripts without too much damage to reputations.
Why is it this buttoned-up drama is such a hit in the US?
Simon Pegg tells James Mottram about the tribulations of adapting to life as the toast of Los Angeles
A little self-parody can go a long way in an acting career, says Gerard Gilbert. Just ask Matt LeBlanc...
A little self-parody can go a long way. Just ask Matt LeBlanc...
Sheeps have come up with a novel way to make sure that the atmosphere doesn't dip during their new comedy show. They've prepared a little call-and-response routine, asking the audience to shout out encouragement– "Keep going, Sheeps!" – at key intervals.