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Celebrity Big Brother: Live Eviction: Channel 5, 9pm
As ever, Emma Willis will be on hand to speak to the ousted celeb and how they got on with their fellow contestants.
A League of Their Own: Sky1, 9pm
Return of the BAFTA-winning sports-based comedy quiz - now in its eighth series - hosted by James Corden.
The classroom comedy written by and starring David Walliams is back for a second series, with the regular cast - which also includes Catherine Tate and Philip Glenister - joined by ex-EastEnders star Cheryl Fergison. »
Danniella Westbrook reportedly plans to marry her fiancé Tom Richards ''by the end of the year''. The 40-year-old former actress, best known for her portrayal of Sam Mitchell in 'EastEnders', initially split from her 24-year-old boyfriend after she confessed to a drug relapse which resulted in her having an affair with a cocaine dealer in Magaluf, Spain. However, it's now been reported the pair are back together and she's said to be planning to divorce her estranged husband of 12 years, Kevin Jenkins to allow her to re-marry by the end of 2014. A source told The Sun newspaper: ''They got back together »
Ready to dazzle us again this autumn, series 12 of Strictly Come Dancing is on the horizon.
15 more celebrities are preparing to strap on some sequins and slap on the fake tan, all in the name of Saturday night entertainment.
Here's everything we know so far about the biggest British TV show's return:
1. When is it back?
The BBC are always particularly coy and prickly about confirming the start dates of TV shows, but a simple look at the official site for audience tickets reveals that the first two shows of the series will air on Friday, September 26 and Saturday, September 27.
The Launch Show will air, as usual, three weeks earlier. Due to some funny little show called Tumble, it looks like the Launch Show will air on a Sunday this year, on September 7.
That is the show where the celebrities meet the partners for the first time, and it's also »
It’s safe to say horror westerns don’t have the best track record. Don’t get me wrong, there’s a good amount of decent examples out there such as Grim Prarie Tales, Ravenous, Dead Birds and The Burrowers. But there’s also a Lot of bad horror westerns, two of which – Gallowalkers and Umbrage – debuted at Frightfest’s of the past. Given that, it was with a sense of trepidation that I approached Blood Moon…
Set in Colorado in 1887, Blood Moon sees a stagecoach full of strange passengers and an enigmatic gunslinger Calhoun (Dooley) find themselves prisoners of two desperate outlaws on the run. As the prairie travellers attempt to outwit the outlaws in any way they can it soon »
- Phil Wheat
He made the announcement today (August 25) live on BBC Breakfast.
Backshall won two BAFTAs in 2011, including Best Children's Television Presenter, and is best known for presenting Cbbc's flagship wildlife programme Deadly 60 and spin-off Deadly Pole to Pole. He is also a published author.
His career has seen him confront some of nature's most terrifying creatures, including diving with great white sharks, catching a king cobra and being bitten by crocodiles.
"I think Strictly Come Dancing is going to be my wildest challenge by far!"
Danniella Westbrook's ex-husband says she can't take ''all the responsibility'' for her cocaine use. The former 'EastEnders' actress recently admitted she had suffered a relapse in April, and Kevin Jenkins has praised her for opening up about her problems. He told the Sunday Mirror newspaper: ''I couldn't forgive myself if I let Danni take all the responsibility for taking cocaine. I used it with her too. ''We all make our own choices...but I wish I had done more and hopefully prevented what happened. I feel so guilty ... I said a couple of times that it had to stop. But nearly every time »
The actor, who has played notorious womaniser Max Branning in the BBC soap for eight years, is the eighth contestant to be announced for this year's competition.
Wood, who is married with two children, said that he was doing the show for all of the dads out there.
"I'm really relishing the prospect of hitting the Strictly dance floor this year," he said.
"I'm doing it for all the dads out there and you never know, there's always a chance of being the first Walford resident to take home the Glitterball. Bring it on!"
Max is currently heavily involved in the Lucy Beale murder investigation storyline.
Previous high-profile storylines include his affair »
My husband, the actor Lyndam Gregory, who has died aged 59 of lung cancer, will be remembered for his roles in soaps, notably as Guppy in EastEnders (1995), Sammy in Coronation Street (1983) and Usha's old flame, Ashok, in The Archers. He also played Simon Field in the comedy Surgical Spirit (1989-92), and Wilson in Chucklevision (2005). He appeared on stage and did voiceovers, narrating a number of novels.
Lyndam was born on a tea estate with a beautiful view of the Himalayas, in Darjeeling, India. His father, Neville, was a tea planter and his Burmese mother, Marina, taught at a local school. The family moved to London in the early 60s in search of opportunities for Lyndam and his brother, Eric, and Neville found work as an account manager.
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- Christine Gregory
Danniella Westbrook has appeared on TV, speaking candidly about her recent drug relapse.
It was revealed over the weekend that the former EastEnders actress had relapsed and taken cocaine again after splitting from her 24-year-old boyfriend while on holiday in Majorca. She had previously been clean for 12 years.
"I'll be honest with you, I'm not where I was with drugs… but it was a case of how long would it have been before I was, and that's what I was really frightened about," an emotional Westbrook told This Morning hosts Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford.
"I spoke to a family member before the story broke, and said that I had relapsed and was frightened and that I needed to do something. Then as soon as my agent called to say the story is breaking, I said I need to get help."
Westbrook, who split from her husband of 12 years in January this year, »
Audiences will be getting ready to satiate their tastebuds with the big screen adapation of Richard C. Morais’ international best-selling novel The Hundred-Foot Journey. Releasing on Friday 5th September 2014 by Entertainment One UK, The Hundred-Foot Journey is an uplifting and feel-good cultural feast full of Indian spices, French sophistication and British wit.
Directed by Lasse Hallström and produced by Oprah Winfrey, Steven Spielberg and Juliet Blake, the film stars Academy Award winning actress Helen Mirren as the icy proprietress of a Michelin starred classical French eatery in Southern France, veteran Indian film actor Om Puri (East is East, The Reluctant Fundamentalist), Manish Dayal (Law & Order, The Sorcerer’s Apprentice, Bollywood film Kabhi Alvida Naa Kehna) and Canadian-French actress and television personality, Charlotte Le Bon. The screenplay is written by Steven Knight.
This highly-anticipated culinary delight that is The Hundred-Foot Journey also stars a stellar cast of Indian and »
- Press Releases
Brooks plays Tanya Moxton in series two of the semi-improvised police drama, which returns tonight with the first of a two-parter.
The widow of a murder victim, Tanya soon falls under suspicion herself as Di Martha Bellamy (Fay Ripley), DS Jack Weston (Damien Molony) and DC Charlie Steele (Clare-Hope Ashitey) investigate the killing.
Part one airs at 10pm tonight on Channel 5, with the concluding part transmitting tomorrow (August 21).
Suspects returns: How Towie and The Bill spawned Channel 5's drama hit
Suspects to air new episodes in autumn and 2015 on Channel 5 »
Expect plenty of 'rye' observations from Mel and Sue as we find out which of the ten remaining bakers will rise to the challenge.
Sky Atlantic's classy HBO comedy import continues. In episode six of ten, Selina (Julia Louis-Dreyfus) has a close call at a gun show in Detroit, but isn't happy when her daughter ends up stealing the spotlight.
Series two of this undervalued gem draws to a close tonight, »
Jake Wood has signed up for 'Strictly Come Dancing'. The 'EastEnders' actor - who plays Max Branning in the BBC One soap - is being tipped for success on the ballroom show by literally following in the impressive footsteps of other Albert Square favourites to have competed on the programme, such as Scott Maslen (Jack Branning) and Charlie Brooks (Janine Butcher). An insider told The Sun newspaper: '''EastEnders' stars have traditionally done well on Strictly and Jake hopes he can do the same. ''Bosses hope he'll be a favourite among female viewers, particularly since his soap character is such a hit »
Danniella Westbrook says her faith in Jesus is helping her overcome her relapse into cocaine use. The former 'EastEnders' star confessed last weekend she had started using the drug again, first taking it in April after an argument her now ex-boyfriend Tom Richards. Danniella is now in America attending support group meetings to ensure she gets clean and her Christian faith and the love of her fellow church goers is helping her beat her addiction. Being interviewed from the Us on 'This Morning', Danniella said: ''I knew as soon as the story broke, I knew I needed to come back here and »
Channel 5's first original drama series for eight years, police procedural Suspects was seen by many as a huge risk when it launched earlier this year - unscripted, unglamorous, untested waters.
"I remember our production meeting for the first series," says Paul Marquess - Suspects co-creator and managing director of producers Newman Street. "I could just see the fear - people thinking I'd lost the plot."
But the semi-improvised series - which has its cast work not from a traditional script, but a detailed story document - was far from a failure. Instead, it proved to be one of the most diverting and original UK cop shows in recent memory, drawing an enormously positive reaction from critics.
Danniella Westbrook has revealed she has started taking cocaine again. The former 'EastEnders' actress has admitted she is struggling with her battle with addiction, and confessed she took the drug again in April after an argument her now ex-boyfriend Tom Richards. She told The Sun on Sunday newspaper: ''I was out in Spain with Tom and we had a massive argument after his drink was spiked. He flew back and I was in the company of some people there. ''I was offered coke and took it. It was there and I did it. I'm a drug addict. In that moment I thought - »
Tumble: BBC One, 6:30pm
Presented by Alex Jones, BBC's gymnastics contest sees five of the celebrities perform acrobatic floor routines, while the remainder take to the aerial hoop.
Got to Dance: Sky1, 8pm
The dance auditions continue, as the contestants aim to impress the judges in order to earn a place in the live shows.
TV's Nastiest Villains with Joan Collins: Channel 5, 9pm
Danniella Westbrook's fiancé was arrested after a row at their home last Friday (08.08.14). The former 'EastEnders' star reportedly told neighbours that Tom Richards, 24, had wrecked possessions at their home near Rochester, Kent, in a furious argument that saw police called by neighbours. They arrested the cage fighter for alleged breach of the peace but after being kept in a cell overnight, he was released without charge. A source said: ''Danniella and Tom have been arguing a lot and things escalated last Friday. This row was one of their worst yet and resulted in a lot of objects being smashed. Neighbours »
Brianne Delcourt feels ''betrayed'' by her cheating boyfriend Matt Lapinskas. The 'Dancing on Ice' star was visiting her family in Canada when dancer Camilla Rowland was photographed leaving Matt and Brianne's home. Brianne told 'The Sun on Sunday': ''Matt has totally betrayed me. ''He's been nasty and he's lied, when all I've done for the last two years is try to help and protect him.'' Brianne also revealed that Matt - who played Anthony Moon in 'Eastenders' - started dating her before he finished with his co-star Shona McGarty. She said: ''He pursued me behind Shona's back. He was always very flirty with me, telling »
John Partridge has lost four stone since he left 'EastEnders' two years ago. The 42 year old actor, who played Christian Clarke in the BBC One soap, shrunk from 211lbs to 176lbs due to the stress of seeing his mother develop Alzheimer's. He said: ''As I'm my mother's primary carer, I haven't had time to sit down and relax. It's been like having a baby. The hunky star left the show in 201and made a brief comeback in April for funeral of Lucy Beale (Hetti Bywater), but has no plans to return full time. He added: ''It's [caring for my mother is] also »
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