Parmigiano Reggiano launches new TV advert.
In For a Penny sponsor celebrates 2 years.
Yorkshire-based film-maker and multimedia specialist, has been awarded a £10k commission.
Host Olly Murs and judges Sheridan Smith, Adam Lambert, Beverley Knight and Jason Manford, preside over trios of music acts impersonating their favourite stars.
The programme allows pupils to experience the fun of starting their own businesses.
Ben Wild Studios has released its latest book – “It’s time to really live” identifying 300 ideas on how you can make the most out of life post-COVID.
The bespoke ‘GO Karts’ come complete with an Xbox console, screen, controllers and games – all integrated within an entertainment station that can be wheeled to hospital beds for patients to play.
They group are to stage a two hour fundraiser concert raising money for the humanitarian appeal in Ukraine.
Now, Monty Python’s Flying Circus, known for its subversive and innuendo-laden humour, is finally returning to UK terrestrial television.
Nine Bullets tells the story of a burlesque dancer (Lena Headey) who must go on the run to save a neighbour (Dean Scott Vazquez) whose life is threatened by her ex-lover (Sam Worthington).
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The University of Salford has been chosen to launch the world’s first course in AI-supported character animation using the new physics-based software Cascadeur.