Katherine Ryan

At Home with Katherine Ryan to return for a second series

Katherine Ryan and Bobby Kootstra pose in a garden with their three children

Over four episodes, the comedian will welcome cameras back into her home as she and husband Bobby Kootstra do their best to raise three children. As if Violet, Fred and Fenna weren’t enough of a handful, Katherine is about to set off on a nationwide tour. Can she and Bobby keep it together without spreading themselves too thin?

Originally called Katherine Ryan: Parental Guidance, the show will once again offer a peak behind the curtain to show the reality of balancing work with kids.

Rosie Jones, Judi Love and Katherine Ryan unite for new Comedy Central game show

Katherine Ryan, Rosie Jones, Judi Love stand side by side

Jones will task teams of celebrities led by captains Katherine Ryan and Judi Love with finding out which of 'Rosie's Regulars', a group of unapologetic but endearing members of the public, are 'Out of Order'.

In a series of rounds, they'll be given a revealing category such as 'Who sends the most messages to their mum?' or 'Who's had the most one-night stands?', and they'll have to rank the Regulars from least to most.

The final round will involve a role reversal as one of the Regulars will judge Rosie and the celebrity teams in an attempt to win a cash prize.

Katherine Ryan to explore extreme parenting for new W comedy documentary

Ryan is reuniting with producer Expectation for the series after Backstage with Katherine Ryan, which let viewers in on her backstage banter with fellow stand-ups at their live shows. She says that, following its success, "I've been hoping to work with Expectation on another unique 'all access' project.

"Parental Guidance gives plenty of food for thought while putting comedy front and centre."

Romesh Ranganathan and Katherine Ryan couple up for new Sky comedy Romantic Getaway

Over six parts, Romantic Getaway will follow Alison (Ryan) and Deacon's (Ranganathan) desperate attempts to conceive. After countless IVF failures, they begin to wrestle with the idea that it might not happen.

But when they run out of money to afford more rounds, and the pressure mounts on their relationship, they resort to stealing.

All That Glitters to return for a second series with host Katherine Ryan

The first series pitted eight jewellers against each other for a six-part competition over six weeks.

Contestants both designed and created jewellery to brief in a specially built workshop in Birmingham’s historic Jewellery Quarter.

Each episode presented them with two challenges: The Best Seller and The Bespoke, making pieces for the mass market and custom pieces for clients.

The final saw 24-year-old diamond mounter Hugo Johnson take home the series one crown.

Katherine Ryan set to host new dating show Ready to Mingle

Katherine Ryan (Credit: ITV)

The dating show will see a single woman look for her perfect partner out of 12 suitors, who will be competing for her affection and the opportunity to win a big cash prize. 

However, not everything is as it seems, as some of the boys are not actually single and are being helped by their partners in order to win the cash prize.

BBC Two renews The Ranganation for third series

Ranganathan will this time set foot in a studio, but his focus group of 20 characters representative of modern Britain will continue joining him virtually.

Each week two celebrity guests will also be beamed into the show to help mull over lighter current affairs. Previous guests include Katherine Ryan, Danny Dyer, Aisling Bea, Jo Brand and Richard Osman.

Like the Ranganation itself, the discussions are diverse, with the likes of Technophobe, Gen Z and Never Voted covering anything from paranormal activity to washing your legs in the shower.

Who's taking part in series 16 of Who Do You Think You Are?

Daniel Radcliffe in his family home, aged 13, 2002 (Credit: BBC/Wall to Wall Media Ltd/Marcia Gresham)

Daniel Radcliffe

Daniel Radcliffe (Credit: BBC/Wall to Wall Media Ltd/Stephen Perry)

Actor Daniel Radcliffe made his screen debut in the BBC adaptation of David Copperfield before rocketing to fame as Harry Potter in the film franchise.