Shobna Gulati Joins River City For Love Triangle

BBC Scotland has announced that Shobna Gulati (In The Club) has joined the cast of River City as Farah Khurana, a blast from AJ’s past (Sanjeev Kohli). Farah Khurana (Gulati) is a fun-loving former university friend of AJ’s who returns to Shieldinch with him after meeting him on his travels around

Christopher Eccleston In Family Drama Come Home

BBC One has announced new three-part drama Come Home, written by Danny Brocklehust, about the messy realities of parenthood, marriage and what happens when a mother hits the reset button on her life. Set and filmed in Northern Ireland, Come Home follows Marie (Paula Malcomson) who has made the hardest decision

Cormoran Strike Is Back To Investigate The Silkworm

The Silkworm, the second instalment in the Strike series to be adapted for BBC One by Ben Richards (Spooks) from the Robert Galbraith (J.K. Rowling) novels, will air in two parts beginning September 10th and concluding September 17th. In the series Tom Burke (War And Peace) plays Cormoran Strike, a war

Doctor Foster Returns To BBC One For Series Two

Doctor Foster, written and created by Mike Bartlett, returns to BBC One on Tuesday 5th September with the next exhilarating chapter in Gemma’s story. Two years ago Doctor Gemma Foster (Suranne Jones) dramatically exposed her husband’s betrayals and he left town. Now Gemma’s life is destabilised once again when Simon (Bertie

Ben Whishaw & Hugh Grant In A Very English Scandal

BBC One has announced that Ben Whishaw (London Spy) will star as Norman Scott opposite Hugh Grant’s disgraced MP Jeremy Thorpe, in Russell T Davies' three-part drama A Very English Scandal. The story begins in the late 1960s, when homosexuality had only just been decriminalised, and Liberal party leader Jeremy Thorpe