The Great British Bake Off judge is a unique commodity in British broadcasting: a National Treasure of a Certain Age
The remark was reportedly removed from the final cut
Shadow Culture Minister, Chi Onwurah, has warned the British public could lose more of their ‘favourite shows’ unless ministers change their policies
Students may be covered by their parents’ TV licence if they 'use a device that’s powered solely by its own internal batteries'
But he certainly wouldn't be standing alone on the podium. Why is the BBC, one of the most respected institutions in the world, silently condoning such behaviour?
If you believe your exploration of violence is not specific to women, what stories are you telling, or do you plan to tell, about men's experiences with sexual assault?
The show’s producers say the beloved characters may return to the screen
Jordan has welcomed hundreds of thousands of refugees. A new documentary shows the human side of life in Zaatari, a Syrian camp the size of Bath. The Independent talks to two of the film's presenters
The Mrs Merton star wrote the kind of euphemism-free banter exchanged among friends and colleagues, but judged harshly by outsiders
The creator of Mrs Merton and The Royle Family paved the way for comedians and writers including Sacha Baron Cohen and Steve Coogan
There is no clearer sign of the forthcoming apocalypse than the suspension of Holly and Phil running through new trends in vagina steaming and the latest in high street Capri pants
I am a powerless zombie over this stupendously silly drama series with the wettest leading man on the box
Wood was a mischievous observer of the banal; of office politics, ageing parents and the realities of love. Like the indomitable women she created, death won't keep her down
Jim Carter, best known as Mr Carson, talks about interviewing some of the greats of Rock about the king of skiffle, Lonnie Donegan, who inspired them all
Living with an autistic family member is magical, musical and hilarious. So why is it always depicted as a depressing tragedy in popular culture?
Ruffling the Establishment is just the reputation the show needs - especially if that means riling George Osborne as he prepares a fuel tax hike