Emily and Mawaan Rizwan's Monday evening show on BBC Asian Network, Mawaan and Emily has just scooped two award nominations.
The Radio Times’ first ever annual list of the 100 most influential people in TV includes graduates Claire Foy and Babou Ceesay. The list was compiled by top TV and broadcasting executives on the basis of the stars they believe to have had an exceptional 12 months in the industry.
Maimuna can currently be seen playing Mary in Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber’s hit musical which has won high critical acclaim and five star reviews.
Kiran has won a second award for her performance in the BBC’s Murdered by My Father.
This year's Fringe Festival has just finished, and it’s worth looking back at some of the triumphs:
Richard is to make his major TV debut, starring in a BBC Two docu-drama about one of the most famous homosexuality cases in British legal history.
Bancroft is a dark and compelling four-part thriller in which Lee stars alongside Sarah Parish, Faye Marsay, Linus Roache, Adrian Edmonson and Art Malik. It is currently filming in and around Bolton and the North West.
Jude, who is currently on tour in Unicorn Theatre’s Jermee, Hartleby and Oooglemore will start rehearsals shortly for Tim Sheader’s production of A Tale of Two Cities. Matthew Dunster wrote the play, an adaptation from Charles Dickens’ novel. The production opens in July.
Babou has been nominated for his role in Sky Atlantic’s Guerrilla and Claire for her portrayal of Queen Elizabeth II in The Crown.