Wayne Bridge has been crowned the winner of the first celebrity series of SAS: Who Dares Wins.
Channel 4 has said it hopes broadcasting the inaugural season of the all-female W Series motor racing championship could be the first step towards a female Formula One champion.
Lisa McGee’s hit comedy Derry Girls will return to Channel 4 for a third series.
Russell Brand’s graphic “vagina” cookie creation on The Great Celebrity Bake Off has avoided an Ofcom investigation.
Kirstie Allsopp has poked fun at herself for sitting in economy class with her children on a plane.
Channel 4 is in talks to open a national headquarters inside a former nightclub and historic cinema in Leeds city centre.
Channel 4 News said it “regrets” any offence caused by Jon Snow’s “unscripted observation” after the veteran journalist said he had “never seen so many white people in one place” during a live broadcast.
Joe Lycett has said that the LGBT community has had a problem with communication online.
Ofcom has rejected hundreds of complaints against the Michael Jackson documentary Leaving Neverland.
Campaigners behind posters proclaiming Michael Jackson’s innocence have criticised the decision to remove their adverts from London buses.
Jon Snow has said management at media companies should be shamed into ensuring equal pay for women.
Channel 4 has called for action to make public service broadcasters easy to find for viewers.
Former Oliver! actor Mark Lester has defended his late friend Michael Jackson over allegations that he sexually abused children.
Russell Brand has been named star baker on The Great Celebrity Bake Off after crafting a graphic recreation of the birth of his second daughter.
An explosive documentary featuring explicit allegations that Michael Jackson was a paedophile is unlikely to have dire financial implications for his estate, an expert has said.
She emerged with flying colours from a brutal regime and made history on the recent TV series SAS: Who Dares Wins.
Michael Jackson accuser James Safechuck claimed the late singer “groomed the world” as he accused the pop star of driving a wedge between his parents to isolate him.
Michael Jackson accuser Wade Robson said he believes “many other boys” were abused by the late singer as he claimed Jackson had told him it was “God’s plan” for them to be together.
Janet Jackson has not publicly defended her late brother Michael because she does not want to give more “energy” to sex abuse allegations being made against him, the family have said.
Michael Jackson’s family has said a controversial documentary alleging the late musician was a paedophile is “all about the money”.
The first trailer for controversial Michael Jackson documentary Leaving Neverland has been released.
A Royal Air Force advert that challenges sexist stereotypes of women in advertising will make its debut after winning £1 million of free airtime on Channel 4.
A north-east woman is among the artists drawing inspiration from their subjects in a popular TV series.
Sharon Horgan and Rob Delaney bid farewell to Catastrophe with an emotional and optimistic tribute to the late Carrie Fisher.
Aberdeen surgeon Louise McCullough becomes first-ever woman to complete SAS: Who Dares Wins challenge
Louise McCullough was pushed to the limits of her endurance and resilience when she travelled to the Andes in Chile last autumn.
The Michael Jackson estate has sent a letter to Channel 4 warning that a documentary on two men who accuse the singer of molesting them as boys violates the network’s programming guidelines.
Four women will compete in the dramatic final episode of SAS: Who Dares Wins for the first time in the programme’s history.
Penny Lancaster said husband Sir Rod Stewart endured sleepless nights while she was fighting crime as a volunteer police officer for a reality TV show.
Sharon Horgan has revealed that the final episode of Catastrophe will be a tribute to the late Carrie Fisher, who played Rob Delaney’s curmudgeonly mother in the show.
Cosmetic surgeons are “extremely concerned” about a Channel 4 show which sees young people plead to go under the knife.
Much-loved children’s book The Tiger Who Came To Tea is being adapted for the small screen.
A new TV show will see young people go under the knife if they are given the thumbs-up by a 12-strong jury.