Sir Lenny Henry is putting to pen to paper and writing his memoirs.
David Tennant is lending his voice to a new BBC animation which will be broadcast this Christmas.
Here’s our first look at the forthcoming BBC/PBS adaptation of Louisa May Alcott’s classic novel Little Women.
Keeley Hawes and Richard Madden have begun filming a new BBC drama from the creator of Line of Duty.
The second season of Michelle Dockery’s drama Good Behaviour will launch exclusively on Virgin TV.
The White Princess, the Starz-produced drama based on Phillipa Gregory’s novel, has finally found a home with UKTV.
The drama is a sequel to The White Queen which was aired in BBC One in the UK and helped make Rebecca Ferguson a star. However, the BBC decided against being involved in the sequel.
Hugh Grant and Ben Whishaw star in a new drama set in the 1960s when homosexuality had just been decriminalised.
Grant plays Liberal party Jeremy Thorpe who was put on trial for conspiracy to commit murder of his former lover Norman Scott, played by Whishaw.
Sir Kenneth Branagh has been named among the honourees at this yeat’s BAFTA Britannia Awards which take place in Los Angeles next month.
Kate Winslet, Taron Egerton, Rosamund Pike, Richard Ayoade and Matt Berry are all lending their voices to a new Moomin animation series, which follows a successful crowdfunding campaign.
BBC Two is marking 20 years since the release of Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone with one-off documentary.