4 items from 2015
The actress raised anticipation ahead of the hugely popular drama's return by announcing the news on BBC Radio 4 yesterday (October 17).
Broadchurch has proved a major success for ITV, and was named amongst the big winners at the TVChoice Awards earlier this year.
Watch the trailer for Broadchurch series two below: »
Noel Edmonds baffled TV fans this week when he declared that "electro smog" is a bigger world problem than climate change or even Aids.
This might be a surprising claim, were it not for the fact that Mr Blobby's bearded buddy has had more than his fair share of bizarre moments over the years. Whether you consider him a national treasure, a visionary maverick or just plain wrong, here are 9 of his most memorable moments that will surely leave all but the most hardened fans scratching their heads.
1. He claims to be visited by two melon-sized 'spiritual energy' balls
Noel has spoken openly about his belief in Spiritualism and cosmic ordering, a version of positive thinking in which people can write down their wishes and wait for them to materialise.
After being introduced to the practice by his reflexologist, he went on to write his own book titled Positively Happy: »
"The last time I hosted Whose Line Is It Anyway?, we had a Conservative government facing a weak opposition and Chris Evans was all over the telly."
Returning for a new run at London's Adelphi Theatre, and borrowing some games from the popular Us version, the stars of the beloved comedy series prove that they still have what it takes to make our sides split with giggles.
Regulars Colin Mochrie, Greg Proops, Josie Lawrence and Brad Sherwood join compere Anderson for the new live show, which has all the ridiculously silly situations and challenges from the original radio and TV shows.
As ever, the random nature of the show is what makes it brilliant, as the comics react quickly to the silly suggestions from the audience, »
The classic improvised comedy show Whose Line is It Anyway? is headed to the West End.
A new stage show - featuring stars of the original TV programme - will run at the Adelphi Theatre for two weeks from June 20.
The original show saw comedians act out improvised sketches and skits based on suggestions from the audience.
Anderson said: "It's great to be back in charge of the iconic Whose Line Is It Anyway? - joining up with some of the show's most impressive improvisers to play many of its best-loved games, together with some exciting new features, devised by its original creators.
"Expect all the fun of the television programme - only this time live on stage!"
Whose Line Is It Anyway? »
4 items from 2015
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