• Lucy Beale's killer Bobby Beale played by new actor Eliot Carrington

    Lucy Beale's killer was finally revealed in a dramatic and highly anticipated episode of EastEnders on Thursday evening as one of the most gripping "whodunnits" came to an end – almost a year after it began. Bobby Beale, Lucy's 11-year-old half-brother was unveiled as the culprit during a flashback semi-live episode to mark the 30th anniversary of the popular BBC One show – and the actor playing the youngster was cute brown-haired actor, Eliot Carrington, rather than the blond-haired cherub-looking boy that had previously played the role. Bobby Beale, played by Eliot Carrington, was revealed as his

  • Jules Knight quits Holby City to pursue a pop career

    Holby City star Jules Knight has decided to leave the medical drama to release his first solo album. The actor, who set pulses racing on the show as handsome Dr Harry Tressler, now wants to focus his attention on his music career, with his debut record Change of Heart due out in April. Jules has a musical background; he was a former member of the harmony group Blake. He left the group in January 2013 to join Holby, but is now ready to make music again. CLICK ON PHOTOS TO ENLARGE Jules Knight is leaving Holby City

  • Gillian Taylforth sparks social media meltdown as character Kathy Beale makes shock return in EastEnders

    The mystery of who killed Lucy Beale wasn't the only thing that has EastEnders fans in a frenzy on Thursday night; so too did the return of Kathy Beale, seemingly back from the dead after almost a decade. It wasn’t just fans delighted by her dramatic return, so too was her on-screen son Adam Woodyatt. Adam, who plays Ian Beale in the BBC soap, took to Twitter to celebrate actress Gillian Taylforth’s big come-back. "Dreams do come true #EELive," he wrote, adding a photo of the pair to mark their reunion. Dreams do come true #EELive pic.twitter.com/ayhBq9u6VM

  • Oscars 2015: All the details ahead of cinema's biggest night

    Hollywood is counting down the hours until the winners of this year's Oscars are announced. The ballots are closed and the six thousand votes are now being counted at a top secret location ahead of cinema's biggest night on Sunday. The final touches are being made at Los Angeles' Dolby Theatre, from the seating arrangements to the ballroom where renowned chef Wolfgang Puck will serve up a host of culinary delights for the star-studded invitees. The 500 foot red carpet has been rolled out First to walk the red carpet on Sunday will be security