Writer and comedienne Miranda Hart hinted yesterday, at the Media Guardian Edinburgh International Television Festival, that a role in Doctor Who is on the cards.
A special three-minute bonus episode of Doctor Who will be shown on BBC Three this autumn, written by children from a school in Basingstoke who entered a BBC Learning competition earlier this year.
BBC Two have commissioned a second six-part series of Abi Morgan's newsroom drama, The Hour.
Sky1 have commissioned a new one-off comedy, A Touch of Cloth, spoofing "every British crime drama made in the last decade".
Vicky McClure (This Is England), Lennie James (The Walking Dead) and Neil Morrissey (Men Behaving Badly) will lead the cast of BBC Two's new "cat-and-mouse thriller" Line Of Duty, looking at the world of modern policing.
Former Doctor Who co-stars David Tennant and Billie Piper will lead the cast of BBC One's new five-part semi-improvised serial Love Life, alongside Jane Horrocks, Ashley Walters and David Morrissey.
Doctor Who actor Arthur Darvill, who plays Rory in the show, has promised that the Series 6 finale episode will "answer a load of questions".
Doctor Who actor Arthur Darvill has revealed that he does not enjoy watching himself on screen in the show and only views his episodes once.
The revelation that Amy and Rory are the parents of River Song will make things "far more complicated" for the characters in the second half of Doctor Who's current series, actor Arthur Darvill has hinted.
Based on the best-selling novel by Christos Tsiolkas, BBC Four has acquired the rights to The Slap, a new eight-part Australian drama series.