More4 announces new Diana documentary

More4 will mark the 20th anniversary of the death of Diana, Princess of Wales with a special documentary reflecting on how the aftermath of her passing impacted so many lives, revealing personal accounts from people who have retained vivid memories, decades on.

CelebAbility arrives on ITV2

ITV2 has commissioned CelebAbility, a brand new 6 x 45 physical comedy entertainment show from Potato, makers of Ninja Warrior and The Chase from an original idea devised by Mor or Les Productions.
Hosted by comedian Iain Stirling, this new entertainment show will feature a group of 5 friends who will go head to head with 5 celebrities in a series of hilarious rounds.  All rounds are based on the unusual skill or ability that the celebrities believe they naturally possess.
All the games build up to a final prize winning game in which the remaining friends must answer questions about the remaining celebrities.  Fewer celebrities mean fewer possible answers so the greater the chance of winning and the more questions answered correctly means the greater the cash prize!
"I'm absolutely buzzing to start the show and find out how truly talented our British celebrities are. Are celebrities fundamentally better than members of the public? It's about time someone found out!" says host Iain Stirling.

E4's Tattoo Artist of the Year Winner Revealed

Taking on nine other outstanding inkers in the search to find the nation’s best all-round tattoo artist, Luke battled through 12 knockout challenges from pig skin to puppies, hunks to drag artists and facing fierce competition, tough themes and complex style briefs throughout. He was judged the winner by Tattoo Fixers star Jay Hutton and internationally renowned tattoo artist Rose Hardy, both accomplished and successful tattooists with very different styles.

Casting announced for BBC Four’s Queers

A stellar cast is to appear in BBC Four’s Queers. Ben Whishaw, Alan Cumming, Rebecca Front, Russell Tovey, Gemma Whelan, Ian Gelder, Kadiff Kirwan and Fionn Whitehead will star in eight 15 minute monologues.

Curated and directed by Mark Gatiss, Queers sees eight new and established writers respond to the 50th anniversary of The Sexual Offences Act which partially decriminalised homosexual acts between men. The series will be broadcast as part of the BBC’s Gay Britannia season this summer.

Live Saturday morning kids telly set to return to the BBC

The buckets of gunge are at the ready, celebrity invites are being sent out and kids should expect the unexpected as CBBC launches a live entertainment extravaganza every Saturday morning from the Autumn.

Continuing the tradition of iconic Saturday morning programmes such as Going Live!, Saturday Superstore and Multi-Coloured Swap Shop, Live & Dangerous (working title) will be packed full of celebrity guests, games, sketches, gunge and some of CBBC’s favourite shows.