Television

Netflix effect: research showed millennials choose to stay in rather than go to the pub

Millennials

More millennials choosing not to go out

By Helen Gilbert

Millennials are increasingly choosing to stay indoors and watch TV rather than head to the pub at the weekend, according to a new survey. 

Tom Kerridge is set to host a new cookery series and launch a new book

New book and TV show for Tom Kerridge

By Ellie Bothwell

Double-Michelin-starred chef Tom Kerridge, who runs the award-winning Hand & Flowers in Marlow, Buckinghamshire, is set to host a new television series and launch a new book.

TV show follows community buyout

TV show for grant-aided pub rescue

By Gurjit Degun

Village pubs doomed for closure are set to receive an extra boost this summer as a BBC television series follows a Wiltshire community group that...

Tebbutt: hosting new Channel 5 show

Pub chef gives healthy tips on TV show

By Jo Bruce

Pub chef Matt Tebbutt is hosting a new Channel 5 TV show with Jean-Christophe Novelli. Family Food Fight with Flora sees Tebbutt, owner of the...

Morgan: industry needs to evolve

Pub trade needs to brush up its image

By Neil Morgan

It is an unfortunate consequence of the "hype-rich" times in which we live — image is everything. As a result of the growth of reality TV, the...

Licensing@aol.com

Licensing@aol.com

Trains and boats and planes Q Under the old licensing laws, certain moveable objects, such as boats and trains, gained exemption from licensing and...

Judge orders TVs destroyed in Sky case

Judge orders TVs destroyed in Sky case

By Lucy Britner

A District judge, who found a licensee guilty of showing Sky using a domestic licence, has ordered his TV sets to be destroyed. Judge Mr H Riddle has...

Hosts alerted over

Hosts alerted over

TV licence needs Licensees have been reminded that separate licences are required for televisions used in their private accommodation and the pub....