The National Television Awards’ 25th anniversary TV special left Doctor Who fans in tears by including the moment David Tennant announced he was quitting the show.
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Doctor Who showrunner Chris Chibnall has said working on the programme has been “entirely life-changing” and that his workload is “bonkers”.
Russell T Davies has said if he had a Tardis he would travel back to the moment he first met his late partner.
Screenwriter Russell T Davies has said he would consider a 20th anniversary reunion episode of Queer As Folk if the proceeds went to charity.
Channel 4 news chief Dorothy Byrne will deliver this year’s MacTaggart Lecture, closing the first day of the Edinburgh TV Festival.
Actress Anne Reid has said she has started refusing roles where her character dies because “it’s depressing enough getting old”.
Dame Emma Thompson appears as a ruthless politician in the first-look trailer for Russell T Davies’ star-studded new drama Years And Years.
Russell T Davies has said it was a “dream come true” to cast Dame Emma Thompson for his new political drama Years & Years.
A new series set to air on BBC One has parallels to Charlie Brooker’s popular dystopian drama Black Mirror, Rory Kinnear has said.
A Very English Scandal co-stars Hugh Grant and Ben Whishaw will compete for the prize of best actor at this year’s Broadcasting Press Guild Awards.
The BBC’s award-winning drama A Very English Scandal is to spawn a series of spin-off anthologies with the initial focusing on the first woman to be publicly “slut shamed”.
Emma Thompson will star in a new BBC One drama penned by Russell T Davies.
Hugh Grant has said politics is like “show business for the ugly” and the ego and narcissism in politicians is often worse than in celebrities.
A new five-part drama series written by former Doctor Who boss Russell T Davies will explore the lives of a group of young gay men in 1980s London as the Aids crisis begins, Channel 4 has announced.
A new five-part drama series written by former Doctor Who boss Russell T Davies will explore the lives of a group of young gay men in 1980s London as the AIDS crisis begins, Channel 4 has announced.
Efforts to tackle sexual harassment have “barely touched the surface of what men do at work”, former Doctor Who supremo Russell T Davies has said.