Queen of crime Martina Cole is one of the UK's most popular writers and her books have topped bestseller lists for over 20 years. Her books have sold more than 14 million copies and been translated into 29 languages worldwide. Martina's hard-hitting writing made her the first British female adult author to surpass the £50 million sales mark.
Now, this No 1 bestseller is back with her 22nd novel Get Even, a story about a woman who takes revenge for her husband’s death, 20 years after the crime. Martina joins us to tell us all about her new release.
Former Strictly superstars Vincent Simone and Flavia Cacace are currently on a mammoth UK tour with their final theatre show The Last Tango.
They join us to talk about their show and their plans for the future, and they’ll also be performing a passionate Tango, live!
It's been 33 years since David Hasselhoff first burst onto our screens in Knight Rider and since then The Hoff has broken records, set pulses racing in those famous Baywatch boardshorts, sold millions of records and even played a role in the fall of the Berlin Wall.
And David’s got no plans to slow down, with a 68-date UK tour of brand new musical Last Night a DJ Saved My Life coming up.
Hoff the Record is available to watch on UKTV Play
It’s been the drama that’s had the nation gripped and last night saw the thrilling climax of Dr Foster. Here to talk us through those tense final moments is actor Bertie Carvel, who played cheating husband Simon in the show.
How would you like Phillip, Holly and our family of specialists to broadcast OUR show from YOUR home this autumn? We'll be hitting the road with our crew in tow and need you and your home to host us. Interested? Read on...
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We've had The Only Way Is Essex, revolving around the lives of perma-tanned 20-somethings flirting in nightclubs. But the latest reality show is set in Bournemouth... and involves a group of pensioners!
A new BBC six-part series called Close to the Edge features the antics of a group of older friends as they muddle through the dramas of later life. We chat to some of the cast on the show.
During the summer, Jeff Brazier was given the tough task of flying to Madrid to interview A-list actress Emma Watson about her upcoming thriller, Regression which is released this coming Friday.
Emma told Jeff, “The character I play is so mysterious, and it kind of presented a challenge.”
On getting to work with David Thewlis - who played Remus Lupin in the Harry Potter movies - again, Emma said, “I worked with David as a child and I felt like I got to work with him as an adult which was really nice.”
Talking about her United Nations Goodwill Ambassador role, Emma revealed, “The dream would be that one day I work for the UN Equality Agency, and that we don’t have to be even having a conversation anymore about equal rights for women, that’s the dream.”
Lewis is back on our screens tonight but is this the final ever series?
Angela Griffin, star of soaps, serial dramas and now murder mysteries, is with us to tell us what’s in store for both her and the much-loved programme - and to introduce us to her gorgeous puppy!