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Kirsty Young has announced that she will be taking a “number of months” off Desert Island Discs due to fibromyalgia.

Channel 4 has published a new Creative Contract, in order to better develop its relationship with indies.

Toni Collette stars in the new BBC One and Netflix coproduction, Wanderlust, which airs next week.

Channel 4 has confirmed that Ackley Bridge will return for a third series next year.

No Offence is returning to Channel 4 with a new 6-part series about the Manchester-based police officers.

Netflix has unveiled a raft of new unscripted documentaries at the Edinburgh TV Festival.

The chief executive of the Indie Club has told the Edinburgh TV Festival that they are talking to the BBC and Channel 4 about improving Ofcom’s “Made Outside London” criteria.

Northumbria Police has granted unprecedented access to 72 Films, for a new documentary series.

BBC Four has commissioned a new series, which will take a fresh look at Peter Sutcliffe’s murders.

Screen Yorkshire has invested in a new film, written and directed by 2-time Oscar nominated screenwriter, William Nicholson (Shadowlands, Gladiator).

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