The new series comes 20 years after Tinky Winky, Dipsy, Laa-Laa and Po made their TV debut.Read the full story ›
Comedian David Walliams and his ex-wife Lara Stone have settled a High Court fight over money.Read the full story ›
Comedian and author David Walliams has credited the influence of children's author Roald Dahl at the launch of his latest book.Read the full story ›
Letters sent to comedian David Walliams by young fans of his children's books have been stolen by thieves, he has revealed.Read the full story ›
The boy told Walliams that a BBC adaptation of one of his books was "highly disappointing" and that the "acting was awful".Read the full story ›
Comic and children's author David Walliams said his pal Simon Cowell would make a great villain as he is "pure evil".Read the full story ›
The divorce between the comedian and his model wife of five years was granted on the grounds on her 'unreasonable behaviour'.Read the full story ›
David Walliams is helping 1970s public information film character Charley the cat make a shock comeback by voicing a new series of cartoons.Read the full story ›
Comedian David Walliams said Simon Cowell "likes to wind us all up" after the music mogul claimed he did not want to be there to witness the birth of his baby and said he would not change nappies.
During an interview on ITV's Lorraine, he said: "I think the thing about the nappies is that it is one of those things that so many men say I'm never going to change a nappy.
"It's actually not that bad and actually it's part of loving your child and I think it's really, really important.
"And, you know, one day he's going to have to change Louis Walsh's nappies so he should get used to it now.
"Second, of course you want to be there at the birth. It's a completely magical event and to hear your baby cry for the first time and set eyes on them.
"He has that kind of persona where he likes to wind us all up which is why we are talking about him now which he'll be delighted to know."
David Walliams is to provide the voice of Pudsey the dog in a forthcoming film about the Britain's Got Talent winner.
"I am thrilled to be providing the voice of Pudsey. I have been coming up with different voices for him ever since that first audition," said Walliams.
Walliams is no stranger to voicework, having appeared in The Chronicles Of Narnia: Prince Caspian and new animated movie Justin And The Knights Of Valour.
Pudsey: The Movie, which is being co-produced by Simon Cowell's Syco Entertainment, is being directed by Nick Moore, who was behind Horrid Henry: The Movie and it will also star Jessica Hynes, John Sessions and Luke Tittensor.
Producers said the film features Pudsey as a stray who is taken in by a family and goes on to save a sleepy village from an evil plan.
A six-week shoot began at the weekend and the film is due for release in May.