• Kris Marshall quits Death In Paradise after four years: find out who is replacing him

    Kris Marshall has revealed he will be quitting his lead role in Death In Paradise after four years on the popular BBC programme. The actor, who played Detective Inspector Humphrey Goodman in the drama, will be replaced by Ardal O'Hanlan, who is best known for his work in Father Ted. Speaking on Thursday's Good Morning Britain, Kris explained: "It's sad that the news has been leaked. But it's one of those things. I've done four years, it's been an absolutely amazing show, I've loved it, but it's time to move on and give someone else a chance to enjoy

  • Blue Peter time capsule accidentally dug up by builders – what was inside?

    A Blue Peter millennium time capsule that was buried in the nineties has been dug up by accident – 33 years too early! Former presenters Katy Hill and Richard Bacon planted the time capsule under the Millennium Dome, now the O2 Arena, in 1998. It was due to be unearthed in 2050. Construction works at a redevelopment site in Greenwich, south London accidentally stumbled across it on Wednesday. The capsule was damaged but its contents are safe and will be reburied. A spokesperson for the BBC said: "Although a little earlier than anticipated, we're looking forward to sharing these memories

  • Poldark's Eleanor Tomlinson discusses rivalry with ITV's Victoria: 'It's a real shame'

    Poldark star Eleanor Tomlinson has said it was a "real shame" to schedule the second series of the BBC drama at the same time as ITV rival, Victoria. Claiming the latest series of Poldark would have been more popular with viewers, the 24-year-old - who plays heroine Demelza Poldark - expressed her frustration in a new interview with Radio Times. "I think it's a real shame that they came out at the same time," she confessed. "It doesn't make any sense to me. I think it did split the audience. At the end we were equal and that's really