For those of you heading to Edinburgh for this year's festival, you might want to catch some of our artists in their shows:
Attention quiz fans! Roger is back shouting out complicated names like Garčević, Bhattacharya, Warnakulasuriya, Papaphilippopulos at lightning speed. Yes, University Challenge returns for another series of brain frying questions.
Fingers on buzzers Mondays at 8pm on BBC2.
We're chuffed to announce that we now represent Cush Jumbo. She has most recently been in Vera as DC Bethany Whelan and theatre fans will know her from her acclaimed one woman show 'Josephine and I'. She is currently filming the next series of The Good Wife. Londoner Cush has excellent comedy timing as well as African, American and Northern accents.
Celebrity MasterChef fans look out - Andy Akinwolere competes against other celebs in the latest serving of the poplular competition.
Tune in to watch Andy slug it out. Here's hoping he can stand the heat and hasn't bitten off more than he can chew (that's enough kitchen themed proverbs)
On BBC One from 2nd July
Tom plays dad Joe, under pressure to juggle all the usual family commitments while wife is away working. This proves too much for him and he resorts to buying a synth. Not the musical kind, but a computer in human form. There are mixed reactions in the household and is 'Anita' all she appears to be?
Channel 4 Sundays 9pm.
Gyles has been extremely busy of late, but don't worry, he still has plenty of time to do v/os! Apart from getting ready for his Edinburgh show (more of that to come), he has a new book out called 'Word Play', is currently on the One Show, about to be on celebrity Antiques Road Trip and 15-to-1 as well as making a return to Countdown's Dictionary Corner!! And on radio you can hear him on Just a Minute and Wordaholics, both on Radio 4.
Incase you missed it first time round, the award winning 'Pulling' is back for a re-run on Gold. Starring Tanya Franks as drunken primary school teacher Karen and Rebekah Staton as hopelessly romantic waitress Louise.
Fridays at 11pm on Gold.
James Barriscale plays a scruffy mystery man from tonight, 8th June, in Eastenders - Who is he? Looks like trouble! BBC One.
Oliver plays Elliot - a young guy who comes to work for the summer picking veg in rural Norfolk. His arrival brings him into conflict with the brutal Gene Womack, the gang master in charge of the pickers, as his attempts to have fun get him and his friends into hot water.
On general release from Friday 29th May
The Syndicate is back for a third series. This time the lottery hopefuls work in the stately home Hazelwood Manor which has seen better days. Melanie plays cook Julie, one of the team of five staff who manage to win the jackpot.
Starts 2nd June BBC1 9pm
Tony narrates the second series of the controversial Benefits Street. The series follows the trials and tribulations of the residents of Kingston Road in Stockton-on-Tees
Starts Monday 11th May, 9pm Channel 4
Ladyboys is back along with Kate McEnery who narrates the 3rd outing of this very popular series. This time they have formed a band. Go Ladyboys!!
Sky Real Lives 9pm from 9th June
We have some more new voices to tickle your earbuds! The lovely Louiza Patikas best known as Helen Archer in Radio 4's The Archers and Oliver Jackson who has recently worked alongside Vinnie Jones in Redirected.
Congratulations to John Dagleish who has won Best Actor in a musical at this year's Olivier Awards. The play also won Best New Musical, Best Supporting Actor in a musical and Ray Davies won a Special Outstanding Achievement Award for the score. High fives to all involved!
Sunny Afternoon is currently on at the Harold Pinter Theatre