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A gadget that controls TV as you sleep has been developed by a pair of tech-savvy teenagers from Ancoats.
Ryan Oliver, 15, and Jonathan Kingsley, 14, have teamed up with Virgin Media to create ‘KipstR’.
Celebrity chef Simon Rogan has vowed never to do television again after ‘really bad editing’ on BBC’s Restaurant Wars portrayed him as a ‘mentalist and a bully’.
A festival celebrating LGBT people within Black, Asian and ethnic minority communities is set to take place in Media City.
Excluding the Green Party from televised debates while including Nigel Farage and Ukip would be ‘dangerous for democracy’, the party’s parliamentary candidate for Manchester, Lucy Bannister, has warned
Visitors will be able to follow the paths some of the show’s most infamous killers on a guided ‘murder walk’ from October 27-31
MM asked the people of Manchester ‘is there too much reality TV on television?’
Ex-BBC star Dave Lee Travis could still face jail as ‘unduly lenient’ sentence referred to Attorney General
Former Radio 1 DJ Dave Lee Travis could be facing a fresh trial after his original case was referred to the Attorney General’s on the grounds that it is ‘unduly lenient’.
Orange is the New Black star and iconic gay actress Lea DeLaria will act as Grand Marshall for this year’s Manchester Pride.
The Corrie stars sat down at the couple’s well-loved restaurant, Annie’s, and toasted to their sweet success with tea and homemade scones
What the flick? Viewers not turned off by violence, sex and swearing, say Ofcom as watershed turns 50
Cult TV shows, like Game of Thrones, The Wire and Hannibal, may be causing less Mancunians to be turned off by violence, sex and swearing than ever before.