New series 7. Annabel plays Gemma Nunn. Starts Wednesday 29th April, 9pm on BBC1.
New series 7. Derek plays Walter Nunn. Starts Wed 29th 8pm on BBC1.
New series 7. Lisa plays Rachel Coles. Starts Wed 29th 8pm on BBC1.
Highly anticipated series is back! Gemma plays Yara Greyjoy. Mondays 9pm on Sky Atlantic.
It's finally here! Reece is back as Mossador. Mondays 9pm on Sky Atlantic.
The highly anticipated series is finally back on our screens. Indira plays Ellaria Sand. Mondays 9pm on Sky Atlantic.
The hit comedy returns with a second series! Alex is back as Barney Lumsden. Starts Thursday 23rd 9pm on BBC2.
Series 2. Hit comedy is back! Hugh returns as Ian Fletcher. Starts Thursday 23rd 9pm on BBC2.
New series. Comedy based on political parties leading up to the election. Daisy plays Christine Proctor. Tuesdays 10pm on C4.
The hit comedy series is back! Andrew plays Dave Green. Starts 23rd April at 9pm on BBC2.
Hattie Morahan & Rhashan Stone to star in new 5 part comedy series on C4. Tuesdays 10pm on C4.
Paul Popplewell plays Sgt. Mitchell in BAFTA nominated Best Mini-Series. This comes off the back of their recent RTS win. Awards announced 10 May.
Catch the build up to the crowing of Masterchef 2015. On all week on BBC1.
Lucy starred as Katherine of Aragon last year in RSC's Bring Up The Bodies & Wolf Hall, play nominated 'Best New Play' at Sunday's Olivier Awards. Now a smash hit on Broadway.
Theatre star Oli Chris starred last year as Prince William at both the Almeida & in the West End, play now nominated 'Best New Play' at Sunday's Olivier Awards.
Daisy Haggard plays Helen in this British romantic comedy. Saturday 9.20pm on Channel 4.
Scottish actor, Bill plays ARP Warden Hodges in series 9 of Dad's Army. Saturday 7pm on BBC2.
Rachel's arrival on The Voice Ireland is a smash hit for RTE with more than 600,000 tuning in. Catch her Sunday evenings 6.30pm on Sundays.
Irish actor Aidan Turner stars in the BBC's hit remake of 1970's Poldark. Based on Winston Graham's historical novels. Sunday's 9pm on BBC1.
Poldark has been commissioned for a second 8-part series with Aidan Turner in the title role. BBC1 has recorded its highest ratings share for Jan-Mar in 10 years.
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