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Hardeep Singh Kohli reveals his favourite TV shows

Comedian, broadcaster, journalist and chef Hardeep Singh Kohli is bringing his ‘Big Mouth Strikes Again’ show to Brighton Comedy Festival this autumn. The show will take place at 7.30pm on 16 October at Brighton Dome Studio. This year’s Brighton Comedy Festival will feature 70 performances across 16 days at the Dome, Komedia and The Old...

‘Humans’ interview: Emily Berrington on Channel 4’s new sci-fi drama

English actress Emily Berrington is currently starring as Niska in Humans, Channel 4’s new thriller from the makers of Utopia and Broadchurch. Based on the hit Swedish drama Real Humans, the eight-part series is written by British duo Sam Vincent and Jonathan Brackley (Spooks). > Like Humans on Facebook for all the latest news on...

Exclusive ‘Hannibal’ interview: Showrunner Bryan Fuller teases Season 3

Mads Mikkelsen (Casino Royale) is back as serial killer Hannibal Lecter next month for a third season of US thriller Hannibal on Sky Living. [CONTAINS SPOILERS FOR SEASON 2] Leaving us with loads to chew on, the friendship between Hannibal and Will (Hugh Dancy) was shattered at the end of Season 2 as Hannibal realised...

Exclusive: Denise Black looks back at ‘Queer as Folk’

16 years after the final episode of Queer as Folk aired, Denise Black reprised the role of Hazel in an episode of Russell T Davies’ Cucumber earlier this year. CultBox caught up with Denise for a chat in February and here she looks back at the legacy of Queer as Folk and the reaction to...

Exclusive ‘Doctor Who’ interview: A rambling chat with composer Murray Gold

Since Doctor Who’s return to our televisions in 2005, composer Murray Gold has brought a whole universe of new music to each season. Next weekend the Doctor Who Symphonic Spectacular – a live performance of music from the show – begins touring the UK, featuring over 100 performers including the BBC National Orchestra of Wales...