The Duchess of Sussex is to narrate a new Disney documentary about Elephants, which will debut on Disney Plus on 3rd April.
The BBC will broadcast six of the Royal Shakespeare Company’s recent productions on BBC Four and BBC iPlayer as part of its Culture in Quarantine series.
An unmade Doctor Who story from the 1970s is being turned into a new audio drama, starring Tom Baker.
Filming on the long-awaited Friends reunion special has been postponed because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Missing football? Well, there’s a(nother) podcast for that.
The BBC’s flagship footie show Match of the Day has launched its first ever podcast on BBC Sounds.
Former Liverpool and England footballer Jamie Redknapp is writing a memoir.
Lots of us are staying in, or even self isolating, at the moment due to the on-going global coronavirus pandemic.
I thought I’d offer some suggestions of TV shows and films to watch during this time.
They’re mostly my favourite programmes and films that I thought might keep everyone from slowly going insane while staying at home.
ITV has released the trailer for its new drama Quiz, about the Who Wants to be a Millionaire scandal.
Happy Valley/Last Tango in Halifax actress Sarah Lancashire is to play US cooking icon Julia Childs in a new HBO TV series.
BBC weather presenter Carol Kirkwood has signed a deal to write two novels full of “love, scandal and secrets.”