Marc Almond’s Torch Song Trilogy begins next Monday night at 10pm, with parts two and three on the 11th and 18th December.
Manchester’s ABF Pictures has completed a 60-second TV advert for online bathroom retailer Soak.com featuring a little girl and an elephant.
Ofcom has launched a review of children’s television programmes that could lead to ITV, Channel 4 and Channel 5 having to spend more on young audiences.
The new series (10 x 30 min) is filming in Cheshire and North Wales.
Emma Barnett's mid-morning show on BBC Radio 5 live is to expand to four days a week.
Alan Partridge: Why, When, Where, How and Whom? will cover the 25-year career of Norwich's favourite son.
The film, directed by Mob's Craig McLaughlin, takes the viewer on a journey that highlights the team’s last seven years of racing.
What Would Your Kid Do? - produced by indie Boomerang - will challenge parents to guess how their children will behave in a variety of situations.
The third series of Paul Abbott’s black comedy, No Offence, has begun filming in Manchester.
Channel 4 has commissioned a one-off Bentley documentary from Endemol Shine North.