In this new adaptation by Robert Forrest for Radio 4, Teresa plays Chris, long suffering mother of possessed teenager Regan. Despite not having all the tricks available in the film, this version has more of a creeping menace to it which gets into your skin....not one for those who find it hard to sleep/easily disturbed.
The Exorcist will be broadcast on Radio 4 Thursday 20 and Friday 21 February at 11pm.
For more info click here
Elizabeth Conboy stars in the 3rd and final episode of the new series of Jonathan Creek. Tune in On Friday the 14th of March on BBC1 to discover if she is a goodie or a baddie.
Congratulations to Gordon and 4 other members of the sketch show Absolutely. They wrote a show for radio called Sketchorama: Absolutely Special which aired on Radio 4 in the Autumn and last night won Best Scripted Comedy (Live Audience) at the 2014 BBC Audio Drama Awards. We snatched a quick interview with Gordon in between live links to Hollywood and he had this to say.."We have been nominated for many TV awards over the years but to have the show's first win in a category that has a set of brackets in the title is just the icing on the cake" Click here to hear his acceptance speech.
Will be repeated on Radio 4, 10th February at 11pm
Selina plays Angela Isham in this new play by Peter Gill. Set in the living room of a late Victorian family in Kent, the family's son is part of the group sent to Versailles to draw up the treaty. Still haunted by the loss of a loved one during the war, Leonard realises that the choices made in Paris will effect the lives of millions for years to come.
At the Donmar 20th February - 5th April
On BBC3, Fridays at 11.50pm.
When Jo's mother Helen runs off with second hand car salesman Peter (Dean), Jo gets involved with a sailor who promises her the world then buggers off to sea....This ground breaking play of the 50s is set in post-war Salford and is a harsh depiction of working class life.
Opens at Lyttleton Theatre 10th February and runs until 11th May.
Bryony returns as midwife Cynthia in this 3rd series of the popular 1950's drama set in London's East End.
On BBC1, Sundays at 8pm
Ashley Horne (or Ash as he more commonly goes by in the band) and the other 'Beasts' are back on our TV screens. Tune in for more of the band's beastly behaviour and satirical songs. Starts on 23rd January, Channel 4.
If you are Vic and Bob fans then House of Fools is one for you: Bob just wants a quiet life but unfortunately he is plagued with various unwanted guests who put the mockers on that. Morgana plays their neighbour Julie, whose sexual appetite is on the constantly ravenous end of the spectrum. Starts Tuesday 14th January, 10.00 BBC2.
Tony narrates a new series looking at the residents of one of Britain's most benefits dependent streets. Benefits Street starts 6th January on Channel 4 at 9pm.
Melanie Hill is back as teacher Maggie Croft in Waterloo Road from Wednesday 8th January. Tune in to see if Maggie can rebuild her life after the untimely death of husband (Grantly Budgen) from kidney failure, just as a donor was found. Typical!
Wednesdays at 8.30 on BBC1
Peter plays Brendan, landlord of the pub isolated above the town. The men are meeting for their daily pint and when a woman comes into the bar, they all try to impress her with their tales; stories of souls past and of spirits present. But one story is more real and chilling than any of them could have known...
Now transfered to the West End - At Wyndham's until 19th April
Sam Swann and Emma Cunniffe are both in the RSC's production of Wendy and Peter Pan at the Royal Shakespeare Theatre until 2nd March. Sam plays Peter Pan and Emma, Mrs Darling. Click here to see a trailer and for more information.
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
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.
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...
Now transferred to New York until 9th February!
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.
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.