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TV chef Delia Smith retires after 40 years

Popular TV chef who rose to fame with the How To Cook series announces her retirement, citing the pressures to entertain.

Doctor Who Favourites Bernard Cribbins, Freema Agyeman and Russell T Davies to reunite in CBeebies series

A return to children's television after 20 years for The Wombles and Jackanory narrator, Bernard Cribbins.

Merlin actor Colin Morgan cast in BBC drama 'Quirke'

Morgan joins the likes of Michael Gambon and Sara Stewart in the BBC's adaptation of the Benjamin Black books set in 1950s Dublin.

Drunk History picked up by Comedy Central

Eight episodes of hit internet series, Drunk History from Will Ferrell's website Funny or Die has been commissioned by Comedy Central.

Vinnie Jones to play Moriarty in Elementary

British actor set to appear in the US Sherlock Holmes adaptation as 'M'.

T4 axed by Channel 4

After 14 years, the popular music show which has launched the careers of a number of presenters ends.

Benedict Cumberbatch Approves of 'Elementary'

Sherlock leading man calls the US series "absolutely brilliant".

Benedict Cumberbatch to appear in The Simpsons

Sherlock star stumbles across the role by accident.

Dave's One Night Stand to return for a fourth series

Al Murray and Milton Jones are currently recording their contributions to the new series.

August Return for Doctor Who!

Series seven opener title revealed, and even more news!

Ricky Gervais' Derek commissioned for a full series

Channel 4 announce the news after the success of the high-rating pilot.

The Kumars are back!

Our favourite Asian family to film a pilot of their new chat show for Sky1.

Another One Bites the Dust!

Zai Bennett axes another BBC Three comedy. This time, it is White Van Man.

A New Series of Inbetweeners? I'm afraid not.

The series creator calls the Daily Star's report "total bollocks".

Mrs Brown tells the US to "Feck off!"

Brendan O'Carroll turns down an offer to remake Mrs Brown's Boys for America.

Russell Brand to return to the BBC?

The comedian could be fronting a documentary on addiction.

Total Wipeout-ed!

BBC entertainment show to end after its sixth series.

Yes, Prime Minister to return after 24 years!

The new series will cover a coalition government facing an economic crisis and the Scottish Independence Referendum.

Stewart Lee's Comedy Vehicle will return...

...but you will have to wait two years for the next two series.