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  • Virgin Media goes Full Circle with new exclusive box set

    Virgin Media has announced a brand new series, exclusive to its TV customers. Full Circle, which is available to watch on demand now, comes from award-winning playwright Neil LaBute,… More »

  • Taboo and Apple Tree Yard will be the first iPlayer box sets

    The BBC has just put its first two box sets up on iPlayer. Users can watch every episode of Tom Hardy drama Taboo and psychological thriller Apple Tree Yard… More »

  • Blind Date is coming back to TV

    It’s official: ITV’s classic dating show, Blind Date, is set to make a return later this year. Olly Murs is rumoured to be taking Cilla Black’s place as host,… More »

  • Sky Sports to air live women’s cricket for the first time

    Sky has announced a new partnership with the ECB (England and Wales Cricket Board), bringing a ton of live women’s cricket to Sky Sports for the first time. More »

  • Simon Amstell to direct feature film for iPlayer

    “I have written and directed a film about veganism. I’m sorry,” Simon Amstell said in a statement about his latest project. More »

  • Sky Sports livestreams Deadline Day on Twitter

    Sky Sports News HQ is determined to keep you up to date this Deadline Day, teaming up with Twitter to broadcast a special livestream that anyone can watch. More »

  • Sky to launch satellite-free TV service

    Sky has plans to make its premium TV package, Sky Q, available without a satellite dish for the first time, the provider announced yesterday. From 2018, you’ll be able… More »

  • Sky gets exclusive rights to UEFA Nations League England matches

    If you want to watch England, Scotland, Wales or Northern Ireland’s campaigns in the new UEFA Nations League, you’ll need Sky Sports. The subscription service has just announced that… More »

  • BBC reveals five new daytime shows for 2017

    If you’re bored of Bargain Hunt or had enough of Homes under the Hammer, then the BBC’s new slate of daytime TV shows should be welcome news. Five new… More »

  • Sky Sports to air Tough Mudder for free

    Sky has announced that it’ll broadcast this year’s World’s Toughest Mudder on its non-subscription channel, Sky Sports Mix. If you’ve got Sky or Virgin Media TV, you’ll be able… More »

  • What are the most common TV episode titles?

    Ever noticed that TV shows seem to recycle a lot of episode titles? A bunch of nerds over at TV Tropes have made the ultimate list of ‘stock episode… More »

  • Sky Sport to show all England Women’s Six Nations matches

    Sky Sports has announced coverage plans for this year’s women’s Six Nations tournament. All five of England’s matches will be available to watch on the subscription sports service. More »

  • BBC iPlayer has best ever week in the run up to New Year

    While most of us were sleeping off the excesses of Christmas, BBC iPlayer was working harder than ever. The catch-up TV service broke records, recording its best ever week… More »

  • BBC announces plans to revamp iPlayer

    The BBC has announced that iPlayer will be redesigned over the next few years. The broadcaster wants the catch-up service to evolve to the point where it can directly… More »

  • BT Sport to air NBA Global Game on Freeview and Facebook

    Basketball fans rejoice: the NBA Global Games London 2017 will be broadcast live for free, thanks to BT Sport. The service will simulcast the game as it happens on… More »

  • British TV nabs top prizes at Golden Globes

    The Golden Globe awards have been very kind to British TV this year - well, if we’re talking about The Night Manager and The Crown, that is. Together, the… More »

  • Which Formula 1 races are on Sky and Channel 4 in 2017?

    The TV calendar for the 2017 Formula One season has been revealed. Half of the races are still exclusive to Sky, but for the first time since 2012, the… More »

  • Prime Minister to give exclusive interview on new Sky weekend show

    Sky will launch a new Sunday morning programme this weekend, and it’s starting with a bang - an exclusive interview with the Prime Minister. It will be Theresa May’s… More »

  • Sherlock beats Queen’s speech in festive TV ratings

    BBC’s Sherlock was officially the most-watched programme of the festive period this year, with new figures showing that a whopping 8.1 million of us tuned in to watch it. More »

  • Strictly Come Dancing tops Christmas Day TV ratings

    The Christmas Day TV ratings are in, revealing that the most watched programme on the day this year was the Strictly Come Dancing Christmas Special with 7.2 million viewers… More »