'Neighbours' star Jason Donovan has revealed he was once stoned while filming an episode of the show.
It’s been an interesting year for TV thanks to all the disruptions caused by the pandemic but for the most part our television staples have still been able to air.Drawing from the millions of searches on Yahoo UK, we’ve found the top 10 most searched for shows in 2020.It’s clear that reality TV and soaps are still providing entertainment and comfort, as the results demonstrate their enduring popularity.
Kylie Minogue has shared throwback picture of her and former Neighbours co-star Jason Donovan for his birthday
The Australian soap will observe social distancing as it gets back to filming as new coronavirus infections in the country are almost obsolete.
The nature of how people consume television is changing across the world. There are more ways to watch, and more ways to read about the most popular shows more than ever.But despite the rise in streaming services, the soaps continue to reign supreme when it comes to what programmes UK viewers are searching for on Yahoo, with reality TV a consistent favourite.So, to see if your favourite came out top, take a look at the most searched for TV shows of 2019 based on millions of searches.
Elayne Stanley, 44, was mauled at the house in Graham Road, Widnes, on Tuesday afternoon.
If happy endings are what you’re after in a soap, then look no further than the iconic Australian show Neighbours, which has been named the number one ongoing drama for successful marriages.
Denise Van Outen is joining the cast of Neighbours for a major storyline, along with Good Morning Britain's Richard Arnold.
Woman arrested for playing the same song for 16 years at full blast and annoying her heighbours
Attila and Ildiko Wurth, who have two children aged three years and 15 months, have been threatened with eviction because neighbours have complained their baby cries too loudly.
A bullying woman Becky Reid, 32, who murdered her girlfriend, mother-of-one Lyndsey Vaux, 30, by giving her a 'massive battering' has been sent to jail for at least 20 years.
It is not as if Manchester police don’t have bigger fish to fry at the moment. The strange incident was revealed by officers in Middleton, in Greater Manchester, after officers were called out on Thursday.
A father and daughter have been found guilty of killing their neighbour after she burst a football they kicked over her fence. Kelly Machin, 34, (pictured – above left) suffered broken ribs when she was pushed back onto a coffee table after being punched in the face by 48-year-old William Jelly in August last year. A row broke out after Miss Machin burst a football that had been kicked into her garden by the children of Jelly’s 28-year-old daughter Natalie Bollen’s (pictured – above right) before throwing it back.
Ninety-year-old Rex Ouston is furious after his neighbour built a 13-foot mega-shed without planning permission. Rex, from Birmingham, says his home and garden are overshadowed by the structure which his neighbour, Khawar Dar, originally put up without planning permission. Permission has been retrospectively granted, but Rex is still fuming about the 13ft x 16ft shed.
Former Royal Marine Donald Ligertwood, 80, has started handing homemade ‘penalty tickets’ to neighbours and painting his own markings on the road. Not surpisingly, Donald’s neighbours aren’t impressed, with some saying his actions are causing friction on the “normally friendly” estate in Honicknowle, Devon. Donald, who was a Royal Marine for 22 years, said he started handing out his own handmade tickets about a year ago after becoming fed up with the way people were parking – particularly when they park overnight facing against the traffic flow.
A homeowner in a long-running parking row with a neighbour returned home from work to find his driveway blocked – by CONCRETE BOLLARDS. Nigel Serrell, 58, had been leaving his car on unclaimed land at the rear of his home for about 16 years until a new resident moved in nearby earlier this year.
When applying for planning permission, it’s expected that nearby residents may object to the proposed changes. Should this occur, there is a process to follow - and it doesn’t involve suing the neighbours for £74,000. When Raith Developments’ proposal to build 12 flats in the village of Thornton, Fife, was rejected, the company wrote to the nine residents who objected demanding more than £74,000 each for loss of earnings - £666,000 in total.