Brits listen to Pharrell Williams to get them out of bed, Taylor Swift while working – and Barry White to get in the mood for some romance, a study has revealed.
Fresh additions to Sony’s headphone line-up bring you thrilling sound and effortless style while you’re out and about – without the tangle of wires to slow you down.
At-Bristol science centre, one of the UK's leading interactive science centres, is upgrading its Planetarium to become the UK's first digital 3D Planetarium.
BBC One will proudly celebrate the 30th anniversary of EastEnders from Monday 16 until Friday 20 February.
Bear Grylls stars in a new adrenalin-fuelled series for ITV in which the adventurer takes eight celebrities into the depths of one of the most unforgiving Central American rainforests, where they will be competing in an epic 12-day survival mission.
Channel 4 has confirmed the re-commission of Catastrophe, the acclaimed comedy series written by and starring Sharon Horgan and Rob Delaney.
Laura Aikman (Waterloo Road, The Job Lot) is to star in Bluestone 42, the critically acclaimed BBC Three comedy following the lives, loves and adventures of a fictional bomb disposal detachment in Afghanistan.
Historic Dorset town Sherborne was the location for several scenes in the BBC Two drama Wolf Hall which hits our TV screens over the next six weeks, with filming taking place at Sherborne School and other locations in the town.
Award-winning journalist Victoria Derbyshire is to host a new daytime show broadcast simultaneously on BBC Two, the BBC News Channel and online and focusing on breaking news, exclusive interviews and audience interaction.
Filming has begun in Cardiff for series 9 of Doctor Who and includes a star-studded guest cast. The new series will be back on BBC One in autumn 2015.
For the fifth straight year, Hard Rock continues its commitment to aspiring musicians by holding a worldwide search for talented bands to showcase on its international stage.
TV star Richard Madeley is to wield the gavel at the Polperro Fund-Raising Auction on Saturday 21 February at the Royal British Legion in Polperro.
Martin Freeman and Anthony LaPaglia star in BBC Two’s 90 minute film about the televising of the trial of Adolf Eichmann - one of the key architects of the Holocaust.
The UK’s Creative Industries, which includes the film, television and music industries, are now worth £76.9 billion per year to the UK economy, according to new figures.
The BBC will bring extensive coverage of the 30th Africa Cup of Nations staged in Equatorial Guinea in February. Comprehensive coverage on radio, TV, online and mobile will also feature specially commissioned reports on key players, teams and matches.
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