• Susanna Reid opens up about new hard-hitting crime documentary

    Susanna Reid has opened up about her upcoming documentary, describing it as the "toughest challenge" of her career. The Good Morning Britain host is set to star in ITV's Children Who Kill this week, and has spoken out about the hard-hitting programme, which sees her go into the American prison system to meet prisoners convicted of murder when they were themselves children. Susanna described her interview with inmate Joshua Phillips in particular as "extremely distressing". "I've never been as distressed as I was filming that documentary. I've been affected by all the documentaries I've done but the thing about

  • Bancroft returning for second series: everything you need to know

    Bancroft is set to return for a second series following it hugely-successful debut last year. The ITV crime drama, which stars Sarah Parish as ruthless detective Elizabeth Bancroft, has been recommissioned for four more episodes, which will see the protagonist finally receive a promotion to Detective Chief Superintendent. But Bancroft's past soon starts to catch up with her as she tries to cope with her estrangement from son Joe, and her dealings with the criminal underworld. And things really take a turn for the worst when Joe gets caught up in a double murder case and Bancroft finds herself

  • The theatre show your favourite soap stars are in – including Emmerdale's John Middleton

    John Middleton was on Good Morning Britain earlier in the week to discuss life after Emmerdale, revealing that he is currently touring the UK playing Detective Gerard in the theatre production of Patricia Highsmith's psychological drama, Stranger on a Train. But John isn't the only former soap star appearing in the popular adaption. Other big names include Chris Harper - who played child groomer Nathan Curtis in Coronation Street – who stars as Charles Bruno, another cold and manipulative character with a dark secret. Chris Harper and Jack Ashton star in the new theatre adaptation Strangers on a Train The show centres

  • BAFTAs 2018: Everything you need to know

    This year's BAFTA ceremony will be taking place on Sunday (18 February), celebrating the most outstanding work in film over the past 12 months with the great and the good of Hollywood. All eyes will be on the team behind The Shape of Water, having received an impressive 12 nods, while Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri and Darkest Hour follow closely with nine nominations each. And for the first time in ten years, Stephen Fry will not be the host on the night. Joanna Lumley will host the BAFTAs for the first time The ceremony, which will also be attended by