• EntertainmentYahoo TV UK

    When does ITV’s new crime drama Passenger start?

    Get ready for a new bingeable drama as Passenger is on the way. Here’s everything we know about ITV’s latest small-town crime drama.

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    David Tennant has achieved national treasure status by hosting the Baftas

    The Doctor Who star has been announced as the host of the 2024 Baftas, cementing his status as a British icon.

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    Beach made famous in Broadchurch closed after rocks crash to the ground in cliff collapse

    West Bay beach in Dorset was made famous as a key location in the ITV drama series.

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    5 TV shows to look forward to in 2017

    Of course, even if that weren’t exciting enough, there’s the fact that this show is building off of a very rich and compelling source material – Neil Gaiman’s American Gods novel is possibly the best fantasy book I’ve read in years, if not ever, and I’m hugely excited to see that story adapted for the screen. American Gods is set to be released on Amazon Prime, at an as of yet unannounced date in early 2017. Including new characters played by Lenny Henry, Sarah and Charlie Higson, alongside al

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    David Tennant attempts the BAFTA 60 second challenge

    For film and television fans, BAFTA Guru is a terrific source of talks and lectures from some of our most loved actors, directors and writers in the industry, which can range from 8 minutes to over an hour. Regularly though, they throw out a little 60 second challenge of quick fire questions, and this week, it was David Tennant’s turn. Watching TV as a tiny child made him want to become an actor - shows like Dr.Who, of course, while three words to sum up his job were “little bit silly”! The fi

  • NewsMichael Allen

    Lenny Henry To Join Cast Of Broadchurch Despite Branding Show Racist

    Lenny Henry has done a huge U-turn to appear in Broadchurch.

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    Benedict Cumberbatch And David Tennant Lined Up For BBC Shakespeare Celebrations

    Two of telly’s heavyweight stars are lined up to host a celebration of William Shakespeare’s life and works on BBC2 later this month. Sherlock star Benedict Cumberbatch and Broadchurch actor David Tennant are amongst the celebrities that will pay tribute to the Bard on April 23 - which marks Shakespeare’s birthday and also the 400th anniversary of his death. Tennant, who has starred in Royal Shakespeare Company productions of Hamlet and Richard II, is to host the even at The Royal Shakespeare