Rita Simons talks about her time on I’m a Celebrity, what she shares with her uncle Lord Sugar’s daughter and why she’s looking forward to coming back to Norwich to appear in Peter James’ The House on Cold Hill in March.
Like a considerably less ostenatious phoenix rising from the ashes of a burnt-out career, the Partridge is set to fly again as Alan scores a brand new series with the channel he vowed to never work for again (until they offered him a job).
Norwich v Ipswich Derby Day: Ahead of Sunday’s East Anglian clash, we look at other famous rivalries on the small screen, from Tom v Jerry to He-Man v Skeletor, Walter White v Gus Fring to Wile. E Coyote v Roadrunner.
On TV tonight: Hotel Inspector Alex Polizzi has called on the services of Norfolk photographer Chris Taylor to appear alongside her on screen to help turn around the fortunes of a Harleston hotel in need of extra guests.
There are some TV shows that you need to exercise some parental control over, or in other words that you need to watch when there’s no chance of your Mum and Dad sidling up and sharing the sofa with you. Netflix’s new show Sex Education is one - here are 10 more.
He has finally been crowned king of the ballroom and now Strictly Come Dancing star Kevin Clifton tells Jessica Long why he is returning to a theatre tour which holds professional and personal memories.
They were the watch and work-out stars of the small screen who urged us to get off the sofa and into a leotard years before the days of Instagram and YouTube workouts and #fitinspiration. Stacia Briggs casts her mind back to the days of Mad Lizzie and The Green Goddess, Mr Motivator and Jane Fonda.
A serial killer creating his own still-life using corpses, a three-hand shoot-out, two shock deaths and something even more shocking: Luther doing some police work. Luther finale reviewed: CONTAINS SPOILERS.
From Spitting Image to Crossroads via impressions of some of the biggest names in TV, Kate Robbins has been a mainstay of the small screen but now - after some time in the celebrity jungle with daughter Emily Atack - she’s heading to Norwich.
More greatcoat flapping, even less actual police work, Halliday is still super-cheerful (has she never seen Luther?) and there’s been a shock death that doesn’t involve a bus-slithering psychopath: episode three of Luther reviewed. CONTAINS SPOILERS.
After ruining night bus travel for us, now Luther has put paid to selling fridges online. The plot thickens in episode two of Luther as two killers remain on the loose and our hero is ignoring looking for one of them while hiding the other one. Standard. CONTAINS SPOILERS.