Bradley Walsh.

Radio 2 announces Comedy Showcase 2018 line-up

Radio 2 has announced its 2018 Comedy Showcase pilot line-up. The 12 shows feature stars including Johnny Vegas, Joe Thomas, Rosie Cavaliero, Tim Key, Pippa Evans, Julian Clary and Josh Widdicombe.

British Comedy Guide, 23rd March 2018

Bradley Walsh to star in new Radio 2 sitcom

Bradley Walsh is to star in The World According To Harry Priest, a new sitcom in development for Radio 2.

British Comedy Guide, 16th March 2018

Compared with the zing and bonhomie that characterise Graham Norton's chat juggernaut, Ross's tried-and-tested approach can seem a little unsexy and plain at times. Just as well that the presenter's guests this week include London grime hero Stormzy, alongside the reliably lovely Annette Bening, plus Jamie Bell, Bradley Walsh and Vince Vaughn. The musical guest is pop dullard Jamie Lawson, but you can't win 'em all.

Sophie Harris, The Guardian, 14th October 2017

ITV to rest Play To The Whistle panel show

ITV will reportedly not be commissioning a fourth series of sports-based panel show Play To The Whistle, however the format may occasionally return for one-off specials.

British Comedy Guide, 6th September 2017

Bradley Walsh revealed as Doctor Who companion

It has been revealed the first female 'Doctor Who' will have a male sidekick old enough to be her father as the comedian and quiz show host is set to join the cast.

Nicola Methven, The Mirror, 22nd August 2017

Despite this being a modern revival of variety at the London Palladium, the vibe of the show still skews towards the old school. Copacabana legend Barry Manilow will be hitting the hallowed stage, joined by acts including the venerable Chinese State Circus, standup comedian Pippa Evans and an exclusive performance by the newly re-formed Bananarama. Hosting duties are performed by - who else? - Bradley Walsh.

Ben Arnold, The Guardian, 10th May 2017

Never mind on-demand and binge-watching: on ITV the age of light entertainment continues like nothing, certainly not the last 30 years, ever happened. Numbers from West End shows, the stars of lightweight pop, inoffensive comedy, Bradley Walsh. All are here for your wholesome, prime-time, family entertainment. Tonight there's swordsmanship from Samurai Hyashi, comedy from Adam Hess and music from James Blunt.

John Robinson, The Guardian, 26th April 2017

Was ITV's The Nightly Show a success?

ITV's The Nightly Show didn't get off to the strongest start - but its fortunes improved over its eight-week run.

BBC, 22nd April 2017