With the tenth and final series of Spooks coming to BBC One later this month, we asked you to vote for your favourite set of characters from the spy drama. Find out how you all voted here.
Is Doctor Who the hardest drama on television to write? From comments made by both of its showrunners since 2005, you’d be inclined to think so. But what is it about this programme that makes it so uniquely problematic?
BBC America have released two new videos looking at the twists of Doctor Who's latest episode, featuring interview clips with the cast.
Described as "pretty bonkers", "shocking" and "super original" by Sky's Head of Comedy Lucy Lumsden, new comedy This Is Jinsy premiered at the Media Guardian Edinburgh International Television Festival 2011 over the weekend.
With the tenth and final series coming to BBC One next month, we’ve picked out the five characters that we think have made the biggest contribution to the success of the series.
Never have I had more of a sense of ‘born in the wrong time’ than I have when stood in the frankly majestic halls of Highclere Castle, better known as Downton Abbey.
Star Wars has surely been the film franchise from which the largest number of spin-offs and tie-ins have been spun. However, one market the franchise has never quite managed to crack is that of television.
Doctor Who will return to BBC One in 2011 for a sixth series, starring Matt Smith as the 11th Doctor alongside Karen Gillan and Arthur Darvill as his companions Amy and Rory. Take a look at all the news so far, in one place!
In a 2007 interview, Scream franchise director Wes Craven said, 'Horror is very close to comedy. It's a lot of talking about the forbidden in a way that is entertaining and the timing is very similar.'
To celebrate the return of Doctor Who for the second half of Series 6, we asked you to email in a photo of your reaction to the revelation that River Song is Amy and Rory's daughter.