Starting this Thursday 28th November, Amanda presents a new 5 part series 'Killer Forensics'. Each week she looks at a different crime that forensics has helped to solve. Click here to see the exclusive promo.
Thursdays at 10pm on Investigation Discovery.
Andrew Tiernan is in next week's episode of Ripper Street. He plays James Self who has a penchant for wrapping lovely silk scarves around the necks of nice young men. Very tightly.
Available on BBC iPlayer
Elaine is back as Katherine in the second series of The Paradise. A year has passed since Katherine was jilted at the altar by Moray, who has since been sent to Coventry (well, Paris actually). The store has been struggling without him and now the new owner wants to sell up. Moray comes back but Katherine and her new husband turn up to throw some spanners into the works.
Starts Sunday 20th October, 8pm on BBC One.
Toby plays Liam Foyle in BBC One's new 3 part drama The Escape Artist. Foyle is the kind of bloke that you'd cross the road to avoid; he's a bit of a psycho. It just so happens that he's found himself as suspect number 1 in a murder trial, so it's just as well that he's got a hotshot lawyer to get him off then.....
Available on BBC iPlayer
Dougray stars as war junkie James Leatherby in Series 4 of Strike Back. The team are in pursuit of a terrorist network and follow them from Colombia to Europe uncovering their plots to do dastardly deeds to the West.
On Sky 1, Mondays at 9.00
James Barriscale joins the crew at Ubisoft when The Award Winning Assassin's Creed Franchise returns with Black Flag.
Released on Xbox and PS3 October 29th.
We're very pleased to let you know that Dougray Scott has joined us. Probably best known for his role in Desperate Housewives playing Ian Hainsworth and is in Last Passenger which is on general release from Friday 18th October.
Look out for Morgana playing Jemima in Channel 4's new 6 part sitcom 'Toast of London' starring Matt Berry as eccentric middle aged actor Steven Toast.
On Channel 4 this Sunday 20th October at 10.40pm
Andy is back co-hosting another series of Fort Boyard; the show where teams complete various challenges in an attempt to win the ultimate challenge and become conquerors of the fort.
Starts Sunday 20th October at 8.30 am. on Disney. Repeated on Thursdays at 5pm.
King Lear is on at Chichester Festival Theatre and Steven plays nobleman Kent; a staunch Lear loyalist. However, loyalty counts for nothing as he is banished by the (ungrateful) King and is forced to disguise himself as the peasant 'Caius' in order that he may still serve him. That's dedication for you...
Runs from 31st October - 30th November
James Barriscale narrates the second BBC series of "The Sheriffs Are Coming". The programme follows High Court Enforcement Officers, often known as ‘Sheriffs’, as they travel across the country attempting to recover debts on behalf of their clients. Click here for clips and more.
Melanie Hill's character Maggie has had an upgrade. No longer dishing out the turkey twizzlers to Waterloo Road's pupils, she is now teaching them life skills. Well at least they'll know how to work the microwave...
Waterloo Road is on BBC1, Thursdays at 8pm.
Need someone's kneecaps taking out? Then look no further... Tristan's swapped his stethoscope for a piece. He's playing Frank Farmer in The Bodyguard and is taking no prisoners.
At The Adelphi from 12th September.
Into airports? Then this will be right up your runway. Tom Goodman Hill lends his dulcets to this 10 part series about the world's 3rd busiest airport - Dubai International - which is also home to the world's largest building. It's MEGA in every possible way.
On National Geographic from 18th September.
We're delighted to announce that Shobna has joined us. Probably best known for playing Sunita in Coronation Street but has many other roles to her credit.
Reza's off to Africa for his latest series; Reza's African Kitchen. Follow him as he takes us on a culinary odyssey around the largest continent creating all manner of delicious exotic dishes. I'm suddenly feeling a bit peckish....
Weekdays on Food Network.
We're delighted to announce that Tony Hirst has joined us. You may know him as Fireman Paul Kershaw in Coronation Street but when he's not saving lives on the cobbles, he's very happy to lend his voice to your various v/o projects. Click here for his reel.
Larry is presenting a new show on LBC 97.3 on Sunday mornings, 10.00 until 1.00. Tune in to hear Larry striking up conversations with the audience on a wide range of topical subjects.