How sculptor Paul Hollywood carved out a career in baking

Bradford Telegraph and Argus:

11:34am Tuesday 7th October 2014

AT FACE value, it looked like the sort of programme that would probably be watched by retired people on a mid-week afternoon.

Dynamo returns to TV screens for final Magician Impossible series

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Dynamo filming for his new TV series at a clothing market in Mumbai in March (Photo by Kuni Takahashi).

9:15am Thursday 4th September 2014

DYNAMO returns to TV screens tonight with the fourth run of his Magician Impossible series, with the Bradford illusionist confirming that the current shows will be his last.

Hannah's emotional audition lands her prime TV role as pregnant teen

Bradford Telegraph and Argus:

4:37pm Wednesday 6th August 2014

BRADFORD actress Hannah Midgley landed her first television role at the age of 18 months, and now she's playing a schoolgirl mum in a new Kay Mellor drama.

Bradford's Dancing On Ice stars return for ultimate skate-off

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Gareth Gates

7:00am Saturday 4th January 2014

Bradford’s Gareth Gates and Hayley Tamaddon are skating into the New Year by competing in the last series of TV’s Dancing on Ice.

Sam joins stars for role in Victoria Wood TV musical

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: 13-year-old Sam Burles has landed a role in a musical written and directed by Victoria Wood

8:00am Thursday 2nd January 2014

A teenage boy has landed a role in a new television musical written and directed by Victoria Wood.

New Year's Day highlights: Mysterious 'death' of supersleuth

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman in Sherlock

9:33am Monday 30th December 2013

Sherlock (BBC1, 9pm) Just in case you haven’t been counting down the days until the BBC finally resolved the biggest TV cliffhanger of 2012, the last episode of the acclaimed second series of Sherlock saw the sleuth (Benedict Cumberbatch) apparently committing suicide by throwing himself off the top of a building.

New Year's Day films: Martial arts Master with a line in charm

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Kung Fu Panda is at Bradford's IMAX screen

9:31am Monday 30th December 2013

Kung Fu Panda 2 (BBC1, 5.05pm) Year released: 2011

New Year's Eve films: Toothless the dragon creates cinematic gold

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Meryl Streep praises Margaret Thatcher

9:28am Monday 30th December 2013

How to Train Your Dragon (BBC1, 4pm) Year released: 2010

New Year's Eve highlights: It's all music to Jools's ears

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Jools Holland

9:20am Monday 30th December 2013

Jools’ Annual Hootenanny 2013 (BBC2, 11.30pm) Jools Holland’s annual music extravaganza has become as synonymous with December 31 as Auld Lang Syne.

Time for a Yuletide log-on

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Katherine Parkinson with the cast of The IT Crowd, clockwise from left, Richard Ayoade, Chris O’Dowd and Matt Berry

10:00am Monday 23rd December 2013

In theory, The IT Crowd came to an end in September when the last-ever episode aired, but it seems Channel 4 just can't bear to let it go.

Boxing Day highlights: Arkwright's open for funny business again

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: James Baxter and David Jason in Still Open All Hours

3:00pm Sunday 22nd December 2013

Still Open All Hours (BBC1, 7.45pm)

It's time for Matt Smith to quit the TARDIS

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Matt Smith as The Doctor

2:00pm Sunday 22nd December 2013

Most people crave security, to know they have a steady income that enables them to pay their bills on time and have a little cash left over with which to enjoy themselves.

Once more into the breeches

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Matthew Rhys as Mr Darcy in Death Comes To Pemberley

7:00am Sunday 22nd December 2013

If Matthew Rhys didn’t appreciate the effect a particular sartorial choice might have in the past, then he certainly does now.

Boxing Day films: Trio out to get one over on Voldemort

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Daniel Radcliffe as Harry Potter, Rupert Grint as Ron Weasley and Emma Watson as Hermione Granger in Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows Part 1

8:00pm Saturday 21st December 2013

Cars 2 (BBC1, 4.05pm) Year released: 2011

Christmas highlights: It's welcome to the 'lite' Strictly Come Dancing

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Sir Bruce Forsyth and Tess Daly in the Strictly Come Dancing Christmas Special

7:00pm Saturday 21st December 2013

Strictly Come Dancing Christmas Special (BBC1, 5pm)

Christmas Day films: Get Tangled up - or join Woody, Buzz and co in Toy Story 3

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Totally free film screening - Toy Story 3 (U)

6:00pm Saturday 21st December 2013

Toy Story 3 (BBC1, 3.20pm) Year released: 2010

Christmas Eve highlights: Secrets and mince pies as last dance arrives

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Anne Reid and Derek Jacobi in Last Tango In Halifax

4:00pm Saturday 21st December 2013

Last Tango in Halifax (BBC1, 9pm)

Dressing down for Midsomer sidekick Gwilym Lee

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Gwilym Lee as DS Charlie Nelson and Neil Dudgeon as DCI John Barnaby in Midsomer Murders: The Christmas Haunting

3:00pm Saturday 21st December 2013

Quality time, along with deep and meaningful chats, might help some people connect. But when it comes to bonding with his brother, Midsomer Murders’ new recruit Gwilym Lee has a different trick up his sleeve.

Paul O'Grady happy to go to the dogs

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Paul O’Grady with husky Colleen at Battersea Cats & Dogs Home

12:00pm Saturday 21st December 2013

There’s something about Christmas that makes us want to watch a guaranteed tear-jerker, and there’s nothing that chokes us up as much as the sight of dogs overcoming adversity – or so Paul O’Grady believes.

Christmas Eve films: Feelgood classic a festive-time staple

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Finding Nemo

10:00am Saturday 21st December 2013

It’s a Wonderful Life (Channel 4, 1.10pm) Year released: 1946

Is Downtown's Laura Carmichael set for love at last?

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Laura Carmichael

10:00am Saturday 21st December 2013

Forget new socks, chocolate oranges and fluffy pyjamas, Downton Abbey actress Laura Carmichael is rather set on another wish this Christmas.

Wrinkles? We've earned all of them, say Call The Midwife stars

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Jenny Agutter with Pam Ferris in Call The Midwife Christmas Special

10:12am Thursday 19th December 2013

As they take a seat side-by-side on the sofa, Pam Ferris and Jenny Agutter could not look more different to the nuns they play in the popular Fifties-set drama Call The Midwife.

Mack has things all wrapped up

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Sally Bretton and Lee Mack in Not Going Out Christmas Special

9:56am Thursday 19th December 2013

If you’re not going out this Christmas Eve – maybe you have some wrapping to finish, or are mounting an all-night vigil for Santa – then you’re in good company as Lee Mack returns with a festive episode of his sitcom.

Brothers Charlie and Jake Street both land roles for TV show

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Brothers Charlie, left, and Jake Street

6:00am Saturday 5th October 2013

A Bradford teenager has been picked for a new boyband to star in a television show, after beating his brother at auditions.

Dynamo, Make Bradford British and Room at the Top up for BAFTA honours

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Magician Dynamo

6:00am Wednesday 10th April 2013

Hot young magician Dynamo, controversial reality TV series Make Bradford British and a re-make of Room at the Top are nominated at the BAFTA Television Awards.

Bradford convenience stores family set to star in TV show

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: IN THE SPOTLIGHT: Viraj, Tinesh, Vicki and Kumar Patel at their family-run Patson Local store in Whetley Lane

7:00am Friday 5th April 2013

A Bradford business that sprung to prominence in the Telegraph & Argus Bradford Means Business Awards will spill its top trading secrets on a new BBC2 documentary later this year.

Bradford youngster Roma Christensen stars in television dramas

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Roma Christensen, seven

3:14pm Monday 1st April 2013

A Bradford schoolgirl has landed roles in two television dramas.

Performers wanted for Bradford Bollywood Live TV spectacle

7:00am Saturday 30th March 2013

Performers are needed for a Bollywood show which will be staged in Bradford and broadcast live on television.

Bradford cheerleading school boss Robyn Morrison plays TV prank on One Direction

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Robyn Morrison with boy band One Direction after the TV prank

4:51pm Monday 25th March 2013

The boss of a Bradford cheerleading school has spoken of her dream of landing a role in Yorkshire drama Emmerdale after she was watched by millions of viewers on a prime time television show at the weekend.

TV drama could get Hollywood treatment as Spielberg is a big fan

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Kay Mellor in Bradford

7:00am Thursday 14th March 2013

A television programme set in Bradford could be getting the Hollywood treatment, its writer has revealed.

Bradford builder to be exposed on TV show Cowboy Builders

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Naheem Khan  with three of his children

7:00am Monday 4th March 2013

A Bradford builder who left a family of eight living in a “half-built wreck” will be exposed on Channel Five’s Cowboy Builders this week.

City Hall stars in TV soap Emmerdale

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Bradford Council, City Hall

7:00am Monday 29th October 2012

Scenes for Yorkshire soap Emmerdale are being filmed at Bradford City Hall.

Andrew-Lee Potts filming Canadian version of Primeval

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Andrew-Lee Potts (left) filming in Vancouver

4:05pm Friday 29th June 2012

Bradford actor Andrew-Lee Potts is currently dominating our Saturday night TV screens in the latest series of hit creature-feature show Primeval... but the actor himself is half-way across the world filming a new spin-off.

New version of Room at the Top screened

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: The cast of Room at the Top

9:40am Thursday 31st March 2011

A project supported by Screen Yorkshire is a new TV adaptation of Bingley writer John Braine’s 1957 novel Room at the Top, which is on BBC4 next week.

Dancing On Ice pair's perfect partnership

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Our perfect partnership

8:38am Tuesday 16th February 2010

Sally Clifford finds out why Dancing On Ice stars Hayley and Daniel make such a good team

Duo are latest stars to take to city ice

7:49pm Monday 11th January 2010

Two of the hot favourites in this year’s Dancing on Ice TV series are perfecting their skating skills at Bradford Ice Arena.

Mum's the word for Kay's latest

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Kay Mellor on the set of A Passionate Woman

8:20am Monday 21st December 2009

The family affair that has inspired her latest TV work

Finding out moor about Heathcliff

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Catherine Riley as Cathy and Tom Hardy as Heathcliffe in ITV’s adaptation of Wuthering Heights

8:19am Thursday 27th August 2009

How TV’s new take on a classic digs a little deeper

We’re taking over the cobbles!

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Jack P Shepherd, who plays David Platt

9:11am Wednesday 26th August 2009

Emma Clayton talks to the Street stars flying the flag for their home city

An extra string to Michael's bow

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: 'Extra' Michael Thompson

12:21pm Monday 27th April 2009

Emma Clayton talks to the actor for whom the fun is in the variety

Yorkshire noir set in shadow of Ripper

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Filming takes place at a house on St Mary’s Road, Manningham

10:38am Wednesday 25th February 2009

A dark TV crime drama which puts the spotlight on the troubled years of the Yorkshire Ripper investigation hits screens next week. David Barnett looks at the genesis of the Red Riding series.

The man who can see Cupid’s arrow heading your way

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Ricci – alias Peter Corrigan – who says he can tell if love’s on the cards

8:44am Wednesday 11th February 2009

Psychic who’s got a romantic gift

Amanda Wylde in the country

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Amanda Donohue as Natasha Wylde in Emmerdale, with Maxwell Caulfield, who plays husband Mark

7:54am Monday 2nd February 2009

Soap role’s right up my street says star

Double delight for TV star Matthew

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Stage 84 Student of the Year Matthew Hall

11:24am Monday 19th January 2009

Teenager Matthew Hall is set to become a familiar face on the small screen, thanks to his roles in two television dramas.

Steve loves being a scruff!

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Steve Huison

8:35am Monday 22nd December 2008

From the Ogdens to the Battersbys, with the Duckworths somewhere in between, Coronation Street has a long tradition of ramshackle families.

Al’s keeping it in the family

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Al Jean

8:24am Wednesday 12th November 2008

Emma Clayton talks to writer and producer Al Jean about his life with The Simpsons

They’re just devil women

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Cassandra Peterson as Elvira, Mistress of the Dark

8:29am Friday 31st October 2008

David Barnett checks out some sexy supernatural screen sirens

The new target for Dean's pen

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Dean Cavanagh

8:50am Friday 3rd October 2008

Bradford screenwriter Dean Cavanagh has stuck two fingers up to the establishment and gone back to basics for a punk approach to television which he hopes will inspire the next generation.

Steven Jones sets the scenes

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Steven Jones

7:02pm Thursday 21st February 2008

Soap viewers tend to concentrate on the characters and the plots, rather than the props on screen.

Heaven for childhood television memories

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: The National Media Museum's TV Heaven section

8:17am Thursday 17th January 2008

Are you sitting comfortably? You will be, if you head down to the National Media Museum tomorrow afternoon.


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