The Apprentice candidate Solomon Akhtar tonight admitted he may have tried the wrong reality TV show, and is now considering Made In Chelsea, after he was fired by Lord Sugar in the interview round.
A stern BBC announcer warned us of disturbing scenes, but we had to sit through lots of standard Missing action - Emily's constant weeping and Tony's constant rage - before getting to the truly disturbing parts.
Kaye Adams is to host a new daily news and current affairs programme on BBC Radio Scotland from next year in changes to the station's schedule.
This documentary looked at the history and culture of the families who run 'the shows' in Scotland.
The epic poem Beowulf is being adapted into an ITV drama, the broadcaster has confirmed.
Damien Love gives his verdict on TV, Sunday, December 14 - Saturday, December 20
Another Tory has been telling us that poor people can't cook.
X Factor veteran Louis Walsh has insisted this weekend's final is a "three-horse race" despite bookmakers making Fleur East the heavy favourite.
Chart stars Take That have been lined up to play the final of X Factor - after already recording a slot on the final of rival show Strictly Come Dancing.
The BBC has signed up current and former hosts of The Voice to front a new gameshow it hopes will pull in viewers to the primetime Saturday night slot.
The British are supposed to love their eccentrics. We like to think of ourselves as a country where strange characters are treasured and weird traditions cherished.
The BBC has unveiled plans for a TV series based on the crime novels written by JK Rowling under the name Robert Galbraith.
A theme park with rides and attractions based on some of the BBC's biggest shows is set to open after the corporation's commercial arm struck a deal with Hollywood giant Paramount Pictures.
Michael Buerk is to use his experience on I'm A Celebrity ... Get Me Out Of Here! to tackle of the issue of reality TV on the Radio 4 show he presents.
X Factor hunk Ben Haenow insisted Simon Cowell does not have a "favourite" on the show as they visited the singer's home town to drum up support ahead of this weekend's eagerly anticipated final.
Heather Mills, the former wife of Sir Paul McCartney, has been lined up to appear in Channel 4's daredevil winter sports show The Jump.
Do you ever wonder why we're 'all a bit feudal and backwards' in Scotland?
Monty Python star Michael Palin has revealed he might resort to writing his next dramatic role himself, as he rarely comes across an older character he feels suited to play.
Sherlock stars Andrew Scott and Benedict Cumberbatch were both championed at the Moet British Independent Film Awards (BIFAs).
Damien Love gives his verdict on TV Sunday December 7 to Saturday December 13
TV police shows are either madcap comedies, gritty dramas or reality programmes with daft titles like Real Motorway Cops Undercover.
EastEnders star Danny Dyer says he could swap the Queen Vic for 221B Baker Street and play Sherlock Holmes.
X Factor judge Mel B has scooped an award for her starring role in the TV singing contest.
Great art provokes deep feeling, doesn't it?
Former EastEnder Larry Lamb has signed up for the hit crime drama New Tricks replacing outgoing star Dennis Waterman.
Damien Love gives his verdict on TV Sunday, November 30 - Saturday, December 6
Remember the good old days when all we had to worry about was the British Empire's decline?
Comic Peter Kay has confirmed he is to bring back his hugely successful creation Phoenix Nights for a pair of live shows for Comic Relief.
When I worked with doctors a psychiatrist would often visit our office. He'd explain how to talk to medics, how to reason with them and how to cajole them out of their rages and tantrums.
There could be a quarter of a million paedophiles in the UK and 'evidence suggests they're all around us'.