A selection of British TV news from the past week:
Doctor Who episode nine: Recap.
Belgravia: Full trailer.
The Windsors, series 3: Trailer.
SPOILERS ALERT: EastEnders went all out for its 35th anniversary.
Flesh and Blood (starring Imelda Staunton and Russell Tovey): Review.
“It’s the end of the road” for Cold Feet after series 9, says ITV.
His Dark Materials series 2: will it be “bigger, better, darker“?
Is the BBC set to “launch a new singing show“?
ITV has ordered a new four-part thriller titled Hollington Drive.
Channel 5 orders thriller The Drowning (set to star the delectable Rupert Penry-Jones, among others).
The Witcher series two has just started production.
A+E Networks UK are teaming up with Sky; the History channel will relaunch as Sky History.
Why did Jack Rowan leave hot show Peaky Blinders? Why, so he could star in even hotter show Noughts and Crosses, of course!
Line of Duty’s star Vicky McClure will headline new thriller Trigger Point.
Neil Dudgeon: Would he ever quit Midsomer Murders?
I do so love Ioan Gruffudd. You should too.
Phoebe Waller-Bridge: on why writing for the new Bond film was so challenging.
Sharon Horgan: Wants adventures.
David Mitchell: “I see myself as a coward.”
Oh, God, now Simon Cowell is writing kids’ books. Really? Do these ultra-rich people need to take even more money out of kids’ authors’ already empty pockets? Lame.
BRITs awards 2020: Winners list.
You’ve got to go see the movie Ordinary Love because both Liam Neeson and Lesley Manville are fabulous actors.
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