Keith Harris, the ventriloquist famous for his TV appearances with Orville, has died aged 67. The father-of-three had a number-four hit with Orville's Song in 1982 - selling 400,00 copies. Between 1982 and 19…
'Chiefly Irish' and 'vulgar slang', said Dictionary Corner.
But Clarkson fracas scuppered plans.
Political parties need to work together to create a long term solution to Britain's housing … More »
Coronation Street actress Hayley Tamaddon - Weatherfield's Andrea Beckett - is leaving the soap. … More »
Helen Mirren has been nominated for a Tony award for her performance as the Queen in The Audience. … More »
Ed Miliband has said he agreed to an interview with Russell Brand to make the election campaign … More »
Singer Sam Smith has cancelled the rest of his Australian tour after doctors discovered a … More »
Mariah Carey has swept into Las Vegas in style to begin a residency at one of the city's most … More »
Singer Nancy Sinatra - the daughter of legendary crooner Frank Sinatra - has criticised today's … More »
Comic Sandi Toksvig is leaving Radio 4's The News Quiz after hosting hundreds of episodes over … More »
Downton Abbey star Samantha Bond has revealed that even though she is a huge fan of Strictly Come … More »
Former Countryfile presenter Julia Bradbury says she had to "pinch" herself after giving birth to … More »
Broadcaster Jeremy Paxman has admitted that he no longer watches Newsnight - but he is a fan of … More »
The Most Searched TV Shows - 2014
The Apprentice 2014 Line-Up: Meet The Contestants
'24: Live Another Day'
TV Highlights: 26 April - 2 May. We preview Good Morning Britain, Happy Valley and more
Emmerdale Spoilers: Laurel's problems spiral out of control
Coronation Street Spoilers: Carla and Nick get a little too friendly!
Adam Woodyatt on former EastEnders co-star Ben Hardy taking on Hollywood
Coronation Street Spoilers - Is Jenny getting too close to Jack?
Footballer critical after collapsing on pitch
How to outsmart your brain and win at life
Jury hears chilling audio at mass killer's trial
The outlandish requests of the super-rich
Has Wimbledon 'declared war on young fans'?