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BBC Radio 5 live presenter Nicky Campbell missed his show this morning after being rushed to hospital in Salford last night.
The husband of Dianne Oxberry, the BBC presenter who died suddenly earlier this month, has set up a charity in her name.
Jenny Campbell, one of the Dragons on BBC Two show Dragons' Den, is to step down at the end of the current series.
MediaCityUK’s Timeline has completed the post production on a new ITV Be documentary, What Camilla Did Next.
Over 150 films, including documentaries, music videos and VR, will be screened during the week-long festival at the Odeon in Manchester’s Great Northern Warehouse.
Beverley Callard has revealed that people within the industry said her mental health issues might make her “flaky and unreliable.”
Bury Council has given planning permission for a 2m tall statue of the comedian, Victoria Wood.
An animation made by Oldham's Periscope Studios for Toddler Fun Learning, has had more than 5m views over the last 3 months.
BBC Radio 1Xtra has kicked off 2019 with an updated set of IDs created by Manchester’s ReelWorld.
A controversial film about the boys who killed two-year-old James Bulger in Bootle in 1993 has been nominated for an Oscar.