Gavin & Stacey - In The Press
Main News Stories About 'Gavin & Stacey':
Ruth Jones, the co-writer of Gavin & Stacey, says there will be no more episodes of David Cameron's favourite sitcom.
Written by Richard Eden. The Sunday Telegraph, 16th June 2013
BBC comedy's co-creator says Us & Them has translated G&S for an American audience - after several false starts.
Written by Jack Seale. The Radio Times, 17th May 2013
Gavin & Stacey stars James Corden and Ruth Jones stand to make £5 million when the comedy is remade in the US. While a few have been a hit over the pond, most have been surprising - not to mention embarrassing - flops.
Written by Jo Sayer. The Sun, 19th October 2012
Joanna Page has ruled out another series as well as any special episodes of Gavin & Stacey, saying that they show ended when series three came to a close.
Written by Kirsty McCormack. The Daily Mail, 9th October 2012
Gavin & Stacey star Ruth Jones has put a dampener on talk of a revival of the hit sitcom - saying there are not yet any plans to bring it back.
The Sun on Sunday, 26th August 2012
Ronnie Corbett has revealed he would love to take on a role in any new series of hit sitcom Gavin & Stacey - but would not be able to play a Welshman because he cannot do the accent.
WalesOnline, 15th August 2012
Gavin & Stacey star Joanna Page reveals her family plan.
The Sun, 29th July 2012
Gavin & Stacey star Joanna Page has said she is hoping for a special holiday episode.
Written by Tom Eames. Digital Spy, 4th July 2012
David Cameron bowed down to the actress Joanna Page last night, disclosing that he is a "huge fan" of the television show Gavin and Stacey.
Written by Murray Wardrop. The Daily Telegraph, 1st March 2012
Chances of a Gavin & Stacey reunion are slim - because the sitcom's two biggest characters have lost too much weight, says co-star Rob Brydon.
Written by Leigh Holmwood. The Sun, 13th February 2012
Comedian Rob Brydon has slated Ruth Jones's idea for a Gavin & Stacey musical.
Written by Laura Caroe. The Sun, 10th February 2012
BBC sitcom co-creator Ruth Jones has revealed a musical version of Gavin and Stacey could be on the cards.
Written by Matt Trueman. The Guardian, 6th December 2011
A case of mistaken identity saw the animal lover accused of voicing ITV's controversial Super Tiny Animals.
Written by Paul Jones. The Radio Times, 1st December 2011
Ruth Jones, who stunned fans earlier this week as she showed off her dramatic weight loss, has revealed that she and Gavin and Stacey co-creator James Corden are planning to write more of the hit TV series in the future.
Written by Rachel Tarley. Metro, 24th November 2011
James Corden says a Gavin & Stacey reunion with co-star Mathew Horne is on his Christmas list - in spite of rumours the pair are at odds.
Written by Andrei Harmsworth. Metro, 7th November 2011
Gavin & Stacey was so popular that fans last year campaigned for a fourth series. 'I hope we'll do a special one day,' says Joanna Page. 'There's been talk of something next year but it's not for sure.
Written by Rebecca Hardy. The Daily Mail, 6th November 2011
Gavin & Stacey star Mathew Horne has warned fans he won't star in a movie version of the hit BBC sitcom.
The Sun, 25th July 2011
James Corden hints at a possible Gavin and Stacey special saying that he would be disappointed if he didn't write again with the show's co-creator Ruth Jones.
Written by Alex Pielak. Metro, 13th May 2011
Police enforcement of a ban on public drinking across Barry Island - the setting for TV's Gavin and Stacey - starts in time for the Easter holidays.
BBC News, 17th April 2011
Larry Lamb has, as Americans say, done a lot of work on himself. Before me sits an urbane, self-aware bloke with charisma to spare, but his life was on course to pan out very differently.
Written by Lee Randall. The Scotsman, 7th March 2011
Gavin and Stacey stars yesterday paid tribute to actress Margaret John who played flirty OAP Doris in the hit comedy.
The Daily Record, 19th February 2011
Welsh actor known for her role in the TV sitcom Gavin & Stacey.
Written by Anthony Hayward. The Guardian, 6th February 2011
Gavin and Stacey actress Margaret John has died at the age of 84, it has been announced. John, who also starred in the BBC Wales comedy High Hopes, died in hospital in Swansea after a short illness. The actress, who received a Bafta Cymru Lifetime Achievement award in 2009, starred as neighbour Doris in the Barry-based BBC hit comedy.
BBC News, 2nd February 2011
Gavin and Stacey actress Margaret John has died at the age of 84, it has been announced.
BBC News, 2nd February 2011
It's been fun. Young people have been coming up to me on the street and it appeals to all ages. People shout 'Pamela!' at me. It's great to be in a show everyone enjoys.
Written by Andrew Williams. Metro, 4th January 2011