Gogglebox took a sombre moment from its 10th anniversary special to remember the stars who had died since filming the show.
Sally Lindsay tell the story of how she was cast in The Royle Family crediting her 'amazing agent' for putting on a night for casting directors that she paid for with a credit card.
Channel 4 leads the way in tonight's fun entertainment programming, while 'Unforgotten' returns to ITV.
Ricky Tomlinson and Sue Johnston remembered their co-star and friend Caroline Aherne, four years on from her sad passing at the age of 52.
The Celebrity Gogglebox special for Stand Up To Cancer is set to air on Channel 4 tomorrow, so we suggest that you nab the prime spot on the sofa, as the all-star line-up has now been confirmed. Actress Anna Friel and Alan Partridge star Steve Coogan are set to leave audiences in stitches, as they react and share their opinions on the week’s television in aid of a good cause.
New Order star Peter Hook has hit back at friends and family of the late Caroline Aherne, who are engraged by his claims that she physically abused him during their three-year marriage. Peter’s third autobiography titled Substance claims Caroline was prone to ‘screaming-banshee behaviour’ and that she put out cigarettes on him, attacked him with knives, and threw bottles and chairs at him. Caroline’s brother Patrick Aherne yesterday called the 60-year-old musician “an excuse for a man” whilst her friend Ricky Tomlinson said to The Mirror newspaper: “It’s very, very sad what [Hook’s] done.
New Order bassist Peter Hook has opened up about his turbulent marriage to comedian Caroline Aherne, claiming in a new autobiography that she physically abused him. The 60-year-old musician says the years of abuse meant that he “couldn’t in all good conscience” join in with the tributes to Caroline when she lost her battle with cancer last July at the age of 52. “Yes I loved her, yes she could be very funny, and there were times I felt privileged to have a private audience with such a great comic talent,” Hook writes in Substance.
The Gogglebox: Brexit Special paid a touching tribute to former narrator Caroline Aherne following her death last month. The families of the hit reality show returned to our screens last night (Aug 3) for a special episode about the result of the EU Referendum, which saw the stars comment on Brexit and the political fallout.
The Royle Family star Caroline Aherne was laid to rest in a private memorial on Thursday. The 52-year-old actress and writer lost her brave battle with cancer and passed away at her home in Timperley, Cheshire on July 2. TV producer Jeff Pope wrote on Twitter: “The funeral today of one of our greatest working class heroes.
Noel Gallagher has paid tribute to good friend, the late, great, Caroline Aherne, with an emotional performance of Oasis’ classic track, and The Royle Family theme tune, ‘Half The World Away’. Comedy legend Caroline tragically passed away on Saturday (July 2) aged 52 after battling cancer. Noel took to the stage at the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville with his band, Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds, hours after the sad news broke.
Ralf Little has admitted he had a sweet teenage crush on Caroline Aherne when they starred together in her comedy show The Royle Family. The 36-year-old actor, pictured above left, was just 17 years old when he was cast as Antony Royle in Caroline’s (centre) hilarious comedy about a telly obsessed, working class family. Caroline sadly died on Saturday aged 52 at her home in Timperley, Cheshire, two years after she announced she was battling lung cancer.
The Royle Family star Caroline Aherne died alone, two years after she announced she was battling lung cancer.
Yesterday it was sadly announced that TV legend Caroline Aherne had tragically passed away from cancer at the age of 52. The stars were out in force to pay tribute to the much-loved actress and comedian, and Ricky Tomlinson ‘choked back tears’ as he paid his respects to his former co-star in an emotional new interview. Ricky played Caroline’s dad in hilarious show The Royle Family and has been left devastated by her passing.
Caroline Aherne’s distinctive voice is one of the defining factors of Channel 4 series ‘Gogglebox’, and when she was forced to pull out due to illness her narration was sorely missed. The actress is famous for her roles in The Royle Family and Mrs. Merton and first revealed that she was battling cancer in 2014 at the launch of the Macmillian Cancer Improvement Partnership. Both Caroline and her brother were born with retina cancer, with Caroline also suffering with cancer in her bladder.