‘Miranda’ actor joins new season of ‘Sherlock’

Another guest star in the opening episode of Sherlock‘s new season has been revealed. Written by co-creator Mark Gatiss, the first of three new feature-length episodes began filming in Cardiff earlier this month, directed by Rachel Talalay (Doctor Who, The Flash). West Midlands-born comedy actor James Holmes will play a character referred to as ‘Passenger’ in the … >

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First look at ‘Miranda’ star in final ‘Downton Abbey’ ep

ITV has revealed two new photos of Patricia Hodge in the last ever episode of Downton Abbey. The period drama concludes with a final feature-length special on Christmas Day later this month. > Buy the complete Season 1-6 box set on Amazon. Patricia Hodge will appear in the episode as Bertie Pelham’s mother. The actress … >

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Win every episode of ‘Miranda’ on DVD!

Every episode of the BBC’s hit comedy Miranda is included in the new complete box set, out now from 4DVD > Buy the box set on Amazon. To celebrate the release, we’ve got box sets to give away to three of our Twitter followers! For a chance to win, just follow @CultBoxTV on Twitter and … >

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BBC One leads Christmas Day 2014 ratings

Mrs Brown’s Boys was the most watched programme on Christmas Day for the second year running. The sitcom attracted an average audience of 7.6 million viewers last night. Christmas Day’s top five most popular programmes across drama, comedy and entertainment were all on BBC One including EastEnders, Strictly Come Dancing, Call the Midwife and Miranda. … >

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BBC One reveals Christmas schedule

BBC One has confirmed this year’s Christmas schedule. Highlights on Christmas Eve will include Harry Hill’s The Incredible Adventures of Professor Branestawm at 8.30pm and a Not Going Out special at 9.30pm. Highlights on Christmas Day will include Doctor Who‘s Christmas special at 6.15pm, the penultimate episode of Miranda at 7.15pm, a Call the Midwife … >

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‘Call The Midwife’ will return for Series 4 in 2015

BBC One has re-commissioned Call the Midwife for a fourth series. Series 4 will be set in 1960 and, as a new decade dawns, with it come different and exciting challenges for the team at Nonnatus House. Can the nuns and midwives hold onto their traditional values in a rapidly changing world? The third series … >

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