EastEnders: Lee Ryan to exit role as barman Woody Woodward

Lee Ryan is due to leave his role in EastEnders as barman Woody Woodward, Digital Spy can confirm. Lee, who has played Woody since April 2017, will be departing the BBC soap when his contract ends. When Woody first arrived on the Square, he clashed with Mick Carter (Danny Dyer), particularly after

BBC telecasters say broadcaster imposed oppressive tax system

The BBC has nearly driven some of its telecasters to suicide and homelessness by imposing an oppressive tax system that’s left them with huge unpaid bills, according to reports.Twenty-one employees of the public service broadcaster will testify before the Department of Culture, Media and Sports Tuesday that they were forced

After Carragher spit storm, 6 other times misbehaving pundits lost their jobs

Jamie Carragher has called it a “moment of madness.” The moment he spat at a 14-year-old girl, following Liverpool’s 2-1 loss at Manchester United, he embroiled himself and Sky in another storm around the behaviour of their presenters. It follows the infamous off-air conversation between Richard Keys and Andy Gray regarding a

Corrie fans slam producer Kate Oates for being ‘rude’ to Holly Willoughby

Coronation Street boss Kate Oates was on This Morning on Monday to defend her decision to air controversial storylines ahead of the watershed. Over recent months, 39-year-old series producer Kate has overseen shock plots including Pat Phelan’s murderous rampage, vicar Billy Mayhew’s downward spiral to heroin addiction, Bethan Platt’s sex-ring

Five ways Stephen Hawking predicted that the world will end

From Artificial Intelligence to nuclear war, it seems there is no end to the apocalyptic threats facing humanity. And Professor Stephen Hawking - who died on 14th March at the age of 76 - made a series of terrifying predictions about how and when the world will end. And given that Professor

ITN confirms enormous gender pay gap of 19.6%

ITN's financial report has confirmed women in the organisation are paid a whopping 19.6% less than men on average - over twice the gender pay gap at the BBC. The TV company, which produces ITV News, Channel 4 News, 5 News and ITN Productions, revealed it pays its female employees nearly

Strictly’s Shirley Ballas reveals secret battle with anxiety

Glamorous Shirley Ballas looked the picture of confidence as she waltzed into her Strictly judging job. But behind the glitz and sparkle, the pro dancer was a bag of nerves. Even a lifetime of performing as one of the world’s top ballroom dancers did not completely prepare her for the stress of

BBC stars sue broadcaster over an estimated £30million in back tax

The presenters blame the bills on the BBC pressing them to set up firms to receive their wages. HMRC is chasing individuals for the sums. But the stars say the Beeb should cough up. Insiders fear lower-paid presenters could go bankrupt otherwise. Their lawyers will argue the corporation did too little to