Game of Thrones might be over, but HBO is staying in the epic fantasy business. His Dark Materials will adapt Philip Pullman's young adult series for TV, and its new trailer is full of danger, magic, and polar bears.
Since its relaunch in 2002, Top Gear has become required viewing for any serious gearhead. The great moments from this show may seem too numerous to count, but we've managed to pick some of the highlights from the first 26 seasons.
Discovery has unveiled its plan to launch a nonfiction on-demand service with the BBC, giving exclusive rights to stream such monster hits as Planet Earth and Blue Planet. It's expected to go live in 2020 for about $5 per month.
In an apparent dispute over access to listener data, the BBC has pulled all of its podcasts from Google platforms like Google Podcasts, leaving fans of the content in search of alternatives ways to access their favorite shows.
The BBC is asking a California court to help it discover who leaked footage from an upcoming season of Doctor Who. The content was shared on the Tapatalk app, and the court can compel the California firm to reveal the source.
If you would like to learn where the modern computing revolution started, the BBC's newly expanded Computer Literacy Archive can show you, with more than 260 documentaries from the 80s and 160 BBC Micro programs to try.
It was exactly a year ago when a chaotic BBC interview turned Robert Kelly and his family into overnight stars. Reflecting on the experience a year later, he says life's been "mostly fun, sometimes weird."
The new pre-apocalyptic conspiracy thriller Hard Sun follows two London cops as they uncover the truth about the future of the world -- a secret that powerful government forces are desperate to keep hidden.
Sherlock series creators Mark Gatiss and Steven Moffat are reportedly working on a deal to develop a new television show based on Bram Stoker's Dracula for the BBC that could have a format similar to Sherlock.
A graphic designer diagnosed with Parkinson's disease at 29 has regained the ability to draw and write thanks to a wearable device designed by Haiyan Zhang, Microsoft Research Cambridge's innovation director.
A BBC film crew had a lucky escape recently when Italy's Mount Etna suddenly erupted during filming. The camera operator kept the video rolling as the crew -- along with dozens of tourists -- ran to safety.
Love British TV? Then a new video-on-demand service called BritBox may appeal. It's just launched in the U.S. and costs $7 a month. Offerings include a mix of classic and recent content, and you can try it out for free.