Strictly Come Dancing

Claudia Winkleman teases The Traitors series two in new clip

The clip aired just before Strictly Come Dancing, and saw its RTS Award-winning host Claudia Winkleman donning the iconic cloak before shushing the camera. Words revealed that the series was "coming soon" to BBC One.

Several fans clocked another hint during the live Strictly broadcast. A cloaked figure was seen looming behind Winkleman as she spoke to the dancing couples awaiting their scores.

Love Islanders, Paralympians and news anchors: meet the celebrities in Strictly Come Dancing 2023

Claudia Winkleman will soon be back in the ballroom to present the live show alongside Tess Daly, while the notorious Craig Revel Horwood returns to the judging panel with Motsi Mabuse, Anton Du Beke and Shirley Ballas.

In the meantime, meet the celebrities who have their sights set on the Glitterball Trophy.

ITV commissions Code of Silence starring Rose Ayling-Ellis

Rose Ayling-Ellis at the RTS Programme Awards 2022

Ayling-Ellis won the dancing competition during her stint as Frankie Lewis in EastEnders, the first ever deaf character in the soap. She also helped launch a deaf Barbie doll late last year.

She is now getting back to work on the small screen. Code of Silence follows Alison (Ayling-Ellis), who is struggling to get by working in a police canteen and a local bar whilst caring for her mother, who is also hearing-impaired.

Contestants confirmed for the Strictly Come Dancing Christmas Special 2022

Anton du Beke; Shirley Ballas; Motsi Mabuse; Craig Revel Horwood

Each of the six dancing couples will be learning a Christmas inspired routine in the hopes of impressing the judges, Craig Revel Horwood, Motsi Mabuse, Anton Du Beke, Head Judge Shirley Ballas, and the voting audience.

Rosie Ramsey

Rosie Ramsey (credit: BBC)

Strictly Come Dancing duo go abroad in Anton and Giovanni: Adventures in Sicily

Anton du Beke and Giovanni Pernice stand on a boat in a harbour

Anton du Beke and Giovanni Pernice are trading the dance floor for the radiant island of Sicily.

Pernice will guide du Beke around his home of Sicily and uncover all the delights the Mediterranean island has to offer.

The pair will explore the towering Mount Etna and authentic old towns, taste Sicilian cuisine and polish off their dancing shoes for a tango.

Packed with sun, sea and plenty of adventure, du Beke and Pernice promise to take viewers on an unforgettable Mediterranean journey.

Why the small things matter: Adjusting TV for accessibility

One of my first TV shows was about endangered animals around the world,” recalls presenter Ade Adepitan. “When I met with the producer and director, they told me: ‘This show is going to involve scuba diving in the Great Barrier Reef, trekking through the jungle in South Africa and Namibia, and hiking up mountains in Romania. We don’t want you to feel under any pressure, but is this something you think you can do?’ I said: ‘When do we start?’ I’m the sort of person who takes things on and then finds the solution as we go along.