TV & films

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How much do you really know about one of TV's most-watched sitcoms? And can you beat your friends?

The pressure is on to reform the way that the BBC is funded. Many favour the introduction of a subscription service which could work but, arts editor Andrew Clarke warns that, we may lose more than we gain

The global power of storytelling is explored with Marvel's new Black Panther exhibition at Christchurch Mansion, Ipswich. We take a look at what visitors can expect to see.

Suffolk scaffolder Ched Uzor has won through to tomorrow night's final of Love Island, together with partner Jess Gale.

Veteran soap actress June Brown - who grew up in Suffolk - has left EastEnders after 35 years playing Dot Cotton.

The release of Parasite in cinemas this weekend has opened the eyes to mainstream cinemagoers to the joys of world cinema. Here are some critically acclaimed movies which provide audiences with easy access to foreign language films

Documentary makers were allowed unprecedented access with murder detectives for the first time to film a brand new BBC Two series.

Film fans have been recreating scenes from Danny Boyle's blockbuster Yesterday when they visit a Suffolk pub featured in the film.

It's only fitting that ahead of the Oscar weekend we celebrate local success stories - so here are 24 films that utilised East Anglia's talent.

Suffolk is a beautiful place to live, so it is not surprising that it has attracted some famous faces and persuaded them to put down roots here. How many celebrities have you seen out and about in Suffolk's towns?

A 51-year-old analyst from Ipswich went home empty handed last night after failing to outplay 'The Beast' for £60,000 on The Chase.

The Defoe family is back in Abi Morgan's addictive series The Split on BBC1. Here are all the questions we have after episode one.

From game shows, to talent competitions and the newly popular reality dating series - here are seven TV shows looking for contestants this year.

What are your Valentine memories? Our readers and staff have been sharing theirs - ranging from a wooden heart to meeting a future husband in a field.

A documentary will tonight tell the story of a Suffolk woman who killed her uncle in the grips of a gambling addiction.

CBeebies' first ever pop-up experience is coming to a popular Ipswich venue - complete with five themed interactive rooms for young fans to sing, dance, discover and play.

Fancy making Valentine's weekend a little bit different - making it a little bit more romantic? Then, how about sampling the 1950s Drive-In movie experience at Colchester.

Applications for Channel 4's latest series of Hunted are now open - could you win part of the £100,000 prize money?

Four people left the Love Island villa in last night's show, with Suffolk scaffolder Ched Uzor and his partner Jess Gale narrowly avoiding being dumped by viewers.

The Oscars have made history by awarding their coveted Best Picture trophy to foreign language film Parasite. We take a look at what this could mean to cinema-going in the future.

Fans of the live action remake of Disney's the Lion King will get the chance to watch it on the big screen in Christchurch Park in Ipswich this spring.

It has been an exciting week for Ched Uzor from Bury St Edmunds after he was picked to stay in the Love Island villa on last night's episode and has even become a social media meme.

The Coronation Street actor who plays Roy Cropper has been spotted posing with fans at a popular Suffolk tea room.

Love Island saw the return of the Casa Amor villa in last night's episode - but who does new boy Ched Uzor from Suffolk have his eyes on?

A scaffolder from Suffolk is set to head into the Casa Amor villa on TV dating show Love Island.

The fourth and final episode of the thriller airs tonight at 9pm. But will we get the answers we crave? CONTAINS SPOILERS

Film Feast, the film-food-dining experience festival pioneered by the Woodbridge Riverside cinema and restaurant, was a huge success last year and is back for 2020 with a 45th anniversary screening of Monty Python and The Holy Grail.

Suffolk will be gracing the screens both big and small once again in 2020 after a busy year. Local democracy reporter Jason Noble spoke to Screen Suffolk to find out what you can expect to see in the year ahead.

You may not have received your Hogwarts letter yet, but you can immerse yourself in the wizarding world this summer as an outdoor cinema is showing all eight films in the franchise.

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