Gogglebox: The Game has arrived on mobile!



All 4 Games announced today that Gogglebox: The Game, the official mobile title of the Channel 4 TV hit produced by Studio Lambert, is available to download for free now from the
App Store (opens in a new window), Google Play store(opens in a new window) and the Amazon Appstore (opens in a new window).

Watch the official game trailer here.

The X Factor returns… and Dermot O'Leary is back



The UK’s most talked about entertainment show is back. And today ITV, Syco and Thames announce that show veteran and award winning presenter Dermot O’Leary is set to make a triumphant return to The X Factor 2016.  
 
Having previously hosted the show for eight years, Dermot will once again be at the helm of the nation's favourite singing show, deftly keeping the judges in check and offering support and hugs to this year’s budding hopefuls.
 
Dermot O’Leary says, “I'm very flattered to be asked back to The X Factor, and am currently dusting off my dancing shoes. There is nothing more exciting than hosting live TV on a Saturday night. 

Britain's Got More Talent 2016 - Stephen Mulhern Boyband



Move over One Direction, Stephen Mulhern is after your boyband crown!
 
In a first look at the pre-titles from this year’s Britain’s Got More Talent, Stephen is joined by some very familiar faces to kick off the new series - with our judges and hosts Ant & Dec also making an appearance.

John McArdle joins Emmerdale

Former Brookside actor, John McArdle, has joined the cast of Emmerdale to play Ronnie Hale, a down-to-earth plumber who finds himself at the centre of a Home Farm family dispute.
 
When Chrissie (Louise Marwood) comes across an old love letter from Ronnie, she instantly suspects he could be her biological father but it’s not until there’s the excuse of a leak at Home Farm that she decides to call him.

BBC first broadcaster to receive Autism Access award

The BBC has become the first UK broadcaster to receive the National Autistic Society’s Autism Access Award.

The award was presented to staff at BBC North after it introduced a range of measures to make it easier for people with autism to visit and work at its base in Salford.

Improvements include creating two interactive films - one for children and one for adults - for the BBC Shows and Tours website, which tell visitors to BBC buildings at MediaCityUK what to expect before they arrive, enabling anyone with autism or their carers to plan a tour in advance.

In addition all tour guides, reception staff and security guards have received Autism Awareness Training and a work experience scheme for people with ‘neurodiverse’ conditions has been piloted.

The announcement comes in the week the BBC broadcasts two brand new series exploring the challenges faced by people with autism.