Tom Hanks says he would have loved to star in the Mamma Mia! films – but he cannot sing.
Dancing On Ice commentator Matt Chapman has left the programme after appearing in one episode.
Barack Obama has joked about having “dad moves” on the dance floor in a new interview with David Letterman.
Bargain Hunt enjoyed an unexpected dose of romance as the antiques programme saw its first marriage proposal.
Gillian Anderson has said she had decided to leave The X-Files after the first reboot series, but opted to stay on for a second outing because she was “curious”.
Rose Leslie says she has been too busy to plan her wedding to her Game Of Thrones co-star Kit Harington.
Ore Oduba and his wife Portia have welcomed their first baby – a son called Roman.
Singer and actor Ricky Martin has confirmed he has married his partner Jwan Yosef.
Sir David Attenborough and Professor Brian Cox will unite on screen for the first time in a new show delving into the stories of history’s most significant scientists.
Luther star Idris Elba said it feels great to be back in the detective’s famous coat as he started shooting the new series of the gritty crime drama.
Television presenter Alison Hammond has said she wants US President Donald Trump to be kicked out of office and replaced with Oprah Winfrey.
Television viewers were blown away by Sarah Lancashire’s performance in missing child drama Kiri, although there was disappointment over “inaccuracies” in the portrayal of social work.
Celebrity Big Brother viewers have declared that the relationship blossoming between Ginuwine and Ashley James is nothing but a “showmance”.
Celebrity Big Brother housemate India Willoughby was at the centre of yet another debate after she claimed transgender women had been “drowned out by the LGBT narrative”.
Given the regularity with which Friends reruns have been on TV since the show broadcast its last episode in 2004, it’s hard to imagine there’s anyone out there who has never seen it.
Here are the top 10 most-watched TV shows of 2017, by the highest-rated instance of each programme:
The BBC shrugged off the loss of The Great British Bake Off in 2017 to once again broadcast the most-watched TV programme of the year – with a little help from a walrus mother and her pup.
Stranger Things star Millie Bobby Brown said she was “freaking out” over a congratulatory comment from One Direction star Niall Horan.
Family Guy creator Seth MacFarlane has said it would be “troublingly dystopian” to have Oprah Winfrey running for president against Donald Trump in the next US election.
Dominic West, David Oyelowo and Lily Collins are to star in a new BBC adaptation of Les Miserables.
Former Conservative MP minister Ann Widdecombe has branded Prince Harry’s fiancee Meghan Markle “trouble”, saying the actress’s background and attitude made her “uneasy”.
Transgender newsreader India Willoughby and reality TV star Jonny Mitchell could be the first contestants to get the boot from Celebrity Big Brother.
Ann Widdecombe says she thinks Meghan Markle is “trouble”.
Dancing On Ice contestant Donna Air is trying to “see the funny side” after her skates were stolen just days before she competes on the show.
New Tricks’ Phil Daniels, Game Of Thrones’ Donald Sumpter and Prisoners’ Wives actress Emma Rigby are to join the cast of ITV’s Endeavour for a star-studded fifth series.
Good Morning Britain host Kate Garraway says she was shocked at how she was treated when she stopped drinking alcohol – saying people have a problem with abstinence.
Born Free actress Virginia McKenna has hit out at the BBC’s Antiques Roadshow over its decision to continue to show objects made from ivory.
Double act Ant and Dec will battle it out against Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield to be voted the nation’s favourite presenting duo.
Blue Peter, Grange Hill and Newsround have been named the best children’s TV shows of all time.
Shane Lynch moved Celebrity Big Brother fans to tears as he opened up about his late Boyzone bandmate Stephen Gately, saying there would “always be five” of them in the group.
The X-Files’ Gillian Anderson celebrated the role of “fiercely independent” Dana Scully as a ground-breaking character for women, as she was honoured with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
Celebrity Big Brother viewers saw the funny side when India Willoughby confessed to having felt a “fluttery sort of twinge” when she was watching a Dalek on Doctor Who.