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TV & films

Mon, 14:01

Broadchurch and Doctor Who writer Chris Chibnall knows a good story when he encounters one. Such a story can be found in his latest stage play, a full-bellied laugh-filled extravaganza entitled Worst Wedding Ever.

So, it’s the Oscars this weekend and the excitement surrounding this year’s celebration of fabulous film-making has been slightly dimmed by the fact that it is almost assured that contemporary musical La La Land is seemingly guaranteed to dance away with not only the Best Picture Oscar but several of the other high profile prizes.

Corgi toys, Ipswich Town autographs and Aboriginal art were among a huge assortment of items brought along as popular BBC One antiques programme Flog It filmed in Suffolk.

TV antique experts will be at a Suffolk estate today to film an episode of Flog It for the forthcoming series.

Ipswich born artist cum model Ryan Barrett is certainly getting viewers of TV’s The Great Pottery Throw Down fired up.

Glowing tributes have been paid to a Suffolk cinema projectionist – believed to have been the world’s oldest in his profession.

The stars weren’t always stars, and our region has played its part in shaping the careers of some of the most famous performers in this country and internationally. Take a look at 10 of the stars who began their road to fame in East Anglia.

Has La La Land got it in the bag or will a lesser fancied film scoop it to the big prize of the best picture Oscar at the 89th Academy Awards?

The week marks 21 years since satirical puppet show Spitting Image ended and satire is all the worse for it.

A cheerleading team from One sixth form in Ipswich are eyeing a TV performance later this year having made waves in the first auditions for a well-known TV show.

Casting agents are looking for brave singletons from Suffolk who are willing to bare all on national television in the name of love.

As any Doctor Who fan knows, time is fluid. Events can be shaped or changed. History can be given a nudge in the right direction. But, there are some momentous events which are fixed moments in time, events that cannot be changed.

A historic Suffolk venue will feature on Who Do You Think You Are? as the actor Warwick Davis traces his roots.

Ed Sheeran is a Suffolk boy through and through, that much is clear.

The work of a small charity with a ‘Big Dream’ to transform unkempt woodland in Ipswich into a haven of tranquillity for people with life-limiting conditions is to feature on BBC television tonight.

A film and television producer has taken over the role of artistic director for an annual documentary festival held on the Suffolk coast.

He is tipped as a possible Doctor Who, but how much do you know about former St Joseph’s schoolboy Richard Ayoade? Here are six facts of which you might not be aware...

With Peter Capaldi admitting he will depart Doctor Who after the next series, the next few weeks will likely see mounting speculation over who will take over.

Peter Capaldi is standing down from the role of Doctor Who in the long-running television series.

Strictly Come Dancing star Brendan Cole is coming to the Ipswich Regent. He spills the beans on Craig Revel Horwood, replacing Len Goodman and being a proud father.

Russell Brand returns to Ipswich

Friday, January 27, 2017

Russell Brand is returning to the Ipswich Regent with new tour Re:Birth.

My name’s Wayne and I’m a daytime and late-night TV addict. It’s been one week since I last watched Homes Under The Hammer.

The opening of the new Empire Cinema in Ipswich seems set to spark a battle for the area’s film fans as the number of screens in the town nearly doubles.

After months of speculation Empire Cinema have confirmed the opening date of their new 12-screen cinema in the Buttermarket Centre

One of the UK’s oldest purpose-built cinemas is set to receive a new lease of life thanks to a £700,000 grant.

Ed Sheeran had an unexpected reunion with his “best mate growing up” in Suffolk when they both appeared on a television chat show.

Comedian Jim Davidson talks about latest tour 40 Years On, the highs and lows, being deliberately provocative and his charity work ahead of Ipswich Regent show.

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