BBC One drama Three Girls, which told the story of the Rochdale sex abuse scandal, picked up two awards at the RTS Awards last night.
CHF Entertainment's pre-school animation Daisy & Ollie is set for more international growth after signing broadcast deals with YLE in Finland and CLS Media in Russia.
CBeebies is bringing the works of Shakespeare to life for the pre-school audience for a second time with its production of The Tempest, in collaboration with the Royal Shakespeare Company.
Filming has begun in Manchester on the eighth series of ITV hit Cold Feet.
Channel 4 has revealed a gender pay gap of 28.6% - three times higher than the BBC's.
Blakeway North has produced a new BBC Three documentary about the Manchester Bombing that follows the stories of some of the female survivors of the atrocity.
Martina Navratilova has accused the BBC of valuing male voices more than women’s after revealing that she is paid 10 times less than John McEnroe for working at Wimbledon.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has told teenaged vlogger Nikki Lilly his advisers don’t let him go out in his tracksuit in the latest episode of her ‘meets’ series for CBBC.
The drama is written by Nick Leather (Murdered For Being Different, Broken) and stars Anna Maxwell Martin, Vicky McClure, Daniel Mays and David Wilmot.
Direct Digital, a rental company specialising in stills and moving image photography, is moving to Space Studios in central Manchester to fuel growth.