A skeleton in a cellar...the detectives are on the case and soon find a diary belonging to the deceased. In it, the names of several people, amongst them Father Rob, played by Bernard...I wonder whodunnit?
Starts Thursday 8th ITV 9pm
Yes, inevitably it's 'Strictly' time again and Anita has donned legwarmers and has got her groove on. Will she get to the final? Here in the office we're certainly shouting for her!
Matthew plays bankrupt property developer Malcolm, in this bleak drama about a man battling with his inner demons as he tries to escape the spiraling danger from his creditors who are losing patience with him. His only option is to renovate his house and sell it to pay them off, but he is a troubled soul and is driven into an alcohol fuelled loneliness.
On general release from 26th September
Footie fans will like this one; George hosts 'Football Tonight' on BT Sport. It goes out live and kicks off the weekend with star guests and live music. Something to get you in the mood for a weekend of football...
Fridays on BT Sport
Will is James Watson of Crick & Watson fame, in this play about Rosalind Franklin. Rosalind was an english chemist who researched the molecular structure of DNA. However, whilst struggling to understand the structure of the double helix, Watson sees something in her research that she has missed and runs with it to ultimately take the Nobel Prize along with Francis Crick.
At the Noel Coward Theatre 14th September - 21st November
In Wendy & Julie’s Monkey Business, the intrepid duo fly from London to Cancun in Mexico to visit The Jungle Place – a sanctuary dedicated to the rescue of the endangered Spider Monkeys who are victims of the illegal pet trade, poaching, and habitat destruction. Wendy & Julie meet the residents and learn of their stories, and find out how the 2 founders went from casual holiday makers to spider monkey rescuers and renowned experts.
On the Community Channel Tuesday 29th September and repeated on 4th and 30th October.
Tom plays Neal Beidleman, a highly experienced guide with Scott Fischer's Mountain Madness team in this white-knuckle blockbuster. During a severe storm the expedition is devastated but Neal helps many of the team back from the summit.
On general release from 18th September
In the middle of Manchester is an abandoned concrete island. This is Pomona. At the heart of everything, journeys end and nightmares begin. Sam plays Charlie, a Dungeons and Dragons enthusiast, doing his best to be a good guy...
At the National until 10th October
Hold on to your hats! It's going to be a bumpy ride....Mark is hosting 'If Katie Hopkins Ruled the World' a new series featuring Katie Hopkins and various other outspoken guests. Mark's role is basically to act as referee in what could prove to be a particularly bloody game of rugby.
Starts Thursday 6th August 10pm on TLC
New Tricks is back for a 12th and final series and Larry plays ex cop Ted Case to help come and solve unsolved crimes along with the other team members of UCOS. Tune in to find out whodunnit Tuesdays at 9pm on BBC1.
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.
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.