Manchester born David Threlfall will star in a new itv drama 'Code of a Killer' tonight.Read the full story ›
ITV has confirmed plans for a live episode of Coronation Street as part of the celebrations for the channel's 60th year on air.Read the full story ›
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ITV's new programme Judge Rinder will see real life cases adjudicated over in a studio courtroom recorded right here in our ITV studios in Media City.
It's a similar format to America's popular Judge Judy TV show.
High flying criminal defence barrister, Manchester University graduate Robert Rinder, will be the star of the show and he's been into the Granada Reports studio to speak to Lucy..
The long-term future of the Corrie set has not been determined.
ITV has sold the former Granada Studios site on Quay Street to developers Allied London.
After the production has moved to its new home, and subject to planning permission, we are looking into the possibility of opening the current Coronation Street set at our Quay Street site as a tourist attraction for a limited period, giving fans the opportunity to walk down the famous cobbles."
Fans of Coronation Street could soon walk along the famous cobbles after filming moves to a new site.
ITV is considering a planning application which could see the Quay Street set in Manchester opened to the public for a six month period.
Production of the soap will move to new studios in Trafford early next year.
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Jane Antrobus was a Detective Chief Superintendent at Greater Manchester Police when she retired in 2010. Now she's acting in an ITV seriesRead the full story ›
The latest fly on the wall documentary from ITV is called The Briefs and it gives a no-holds-barred insight into the work of a firm of solicitors in Manchester.
The lawyers pride themselves on being professional in difficult situations and say when defendants go through the courts, their solicitor is often the only friend they've got, as Tim Scott reports: