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‘Doctor Who’ star Matthew Waterhouse reveals his favourite TV shows

Matthew Waterhouse played Doctor Who companion Adric from 1980 to 1982. A young native of the planet Alzarius, which exists in the parallel universe of E-Space, Adric was the youngest male companion so far in the series and appeared in 40 episodes with the Fourth and Fifth Doctors. Matthew’s autobiography, Blue Box Boy: A Memoir...

‘Stan Lee’s Lucky Man’ star Jing Lusi reveals her favourite TV shows

Best known for playing Tara Lo in Holby City, Shanghai-born actress Jing Lusi is currently playing Lily-Anne Lau in Stan Lee’s Lucky Man. Based on an original idea by comic book legend Stan Lee, Lucky Man also stars James Nesbitt (The Missing), Eve Best (Nurse Jackie), Sienna Guillory (Fortitude), Amara Karan (The Darjeeling Limited), Darren...

‘Silent Witness’ star Richard Lintern reveals his favourite TV shows

Richard Lintern is back on BBC One as Forensic Pathologist Dr. Thomas Chamberlain in the nineteenth season of Silent Witness. The long-running crime drama is currently airing at 9pm on Monday and Tuesday nights on BBC One, starring Emilia Fox as Forensic Pathologist Dr. Nikki Alexander, alongside David Caves as Forensic Scientist Jack Hodgson and...

‘Deutschland 83′ interview: Jonas Nay chats about Channel 4’s new German thriller

Jonas Nay stars as Martin Rauch in Deutschland 83, Channel 4’s new German-language thriller. Created by German-American husband and wife team Anna Winger and Joerg Winger, the eight-part series reveals the experiences of Germans from both sides of the Berlin wall during a pivotal period of Cold War tensions where the world’s nuclear arsenals rested...

‘London Spy’ interview: Jim Broadbent chats about his new BBC Two drama

Jim Broadbent stars in London Spy, a new five-part drama created and written by Tom Rob Smith (Child 44). Airing at 9pm on Monday nights on BBC Two, London Spy tells the story of a chance romance between two people from very different worlds, one from the headquarters of the Secret Intelligence Service, the other from...

‘London Spy’ interview: Ben Whishaw chats about his new BBC Two drama

Ben Whishaw (Spectre) stars in London Spy, a new five-part drama created and written by Tom Rob Smith (Child 44). Airing at 9pm on Monday nights on BBC Two, London Spy tells the story of a chance romance between two people from very different worlds, one from the headquarters of the Secret Intelligence Service, the...

‘Downton Abbey’ interview: Robert James-Collier looks back at final season

Robert James-Collier has played Thomas Barrow in Downton Abbey since ITV’s period drama began in 2010. Outside of Downton, he is perhaps best known for his role as Liam Connor in the long-running British soap Coronation Street, in which he starred from 2006-2008. He has also appeared in the West End stage version of Calendar...

Helen Arney from ‘Festival of the Spoken Nerd’ reveals her favourite TV shows

Fresh from the Edinburgh Fringe, Festival of the Spoken Nerd are back this autumn with all-new science comedy show, Just For Graphs! Join stand-up mathematician Matt Parker, experiments maestro Steve Mould and geek songstress Helen Arney for graph-a-minute fun with electrifying live experiments, spectacular songs, mind-bending maths. Check out the tour dates on their official...

Pam Ann reveals her favourite TV shows

Pam Ann, the world’s favourite International Air Hostess and Queen of the Sky, is back in the UK and Ireland with a brand new show this winter. Jet setting in direct from sell-out tours in Europe, USA, Australia, and following a six week run at London’s Leicester Square Theatre, Pam Ann will touchdown in a...