New Zealand – Earth’s Mythical Islands, BBC2, Tuesday 9pm; Brief Encounters, ITV Monday 9pm Don’t Tell The Bride, SKY 1 and NOW TV, Thursday 9pm
Charlie Dimmock returns to the small screen and home-video disasters get an airing
Sean O’Grady provides the low-down on a social experiment that strips its participants bare, and a documentary that tries to uncover why Islam and the Koran are so misunderstood in the US
The actress, writer and director was best known for her roles in TV sitcom The Royle Family and as chat show host Mrs Merton
Top Gear, BBC2, Sunday 8pm; Alan Partridge’s Scissored Isle, Sky Atlantic Monday 1pm
The Royle Family star and Gogglebox voiceover plays a 'loveable loser' in new sitcom Rovers
Earlier this year, The X-Files got its chance at a reboot, with six new episodes filmed after fans campaigned to bring the show back. The new episodes were set 14 years after the series ended – mirroring the real world since the Fox series went off the air in 2002.
YouTube Unplugged has reportedly been in the works since 2017
Every artist has a muse, but what happens when two creative geniuses get together? This fascinating new 10-part series from Sky Arts, Artists In Love, reveals all
Eagle-eyed viewers spotted the countdown clock seemingly pause momentarily for the Chaser during big money showdown.
An Independent reader was told they would have to wait at least a month to receive their new iPhone 6s
Simon Nye has adapted Gerald Durrell’s much-loved Corfu trilogy for ITV and in the process broke the golden rules by working with animals and children
Revenues from advertising rose 7.4 per cent to £5.27 billion in 2015
The publicly funded BBC is not in the habit of closing services altogether and so the online BBC3 will have as long as it needs to find its young audience
Researchers exploring techniques which will allow viewers to sense 'raindrops' on their hands or wind on their face
From disastrous novels to ruined paintings, Sky Arts’ new season of programmes on failure explores the flip side of creativity