Sherlock, the new three part crime drama series, co-created by Doctor Who Executive Producer Steven Moffat and Doctor Who writer and actor Mark Gatiss, comes to BBC One next Sunday 25th July. Sherlock stars Benedict Cumberbatch as the new Sherlock Holmes and Martin Freeman as his loyal friend, Doctor John Watson. Rupert Graves plays Inspector Lestrade. The series is based around Sherlock Holmes and Dr Watson's adventures in 21st Century London.
Moffat has recently joined Twitter, gaining an impressive 13,000 followers within a week. His first tweet was "Oh, he's back behind the bow tie - and better than ever."
John Barrowman returns to BBC ONE tonight in a new series of his entertainment show, Tonight's the Night.
In September Barrowman will be hosting the very first West End Bares. The show is an annual event in New York, and combines the naughtiness of burlesque and the razzle-dazzle of Broadway, where it has been running since 1992. The show will feature the hottest male and female dancers in the West End who will be 'strutting their stuff' to benefit TheatreMAD & The Make A Difference Trust. Barrowman who is a patron of The Make A Difference Trust, said: "I'm thrilled to be hosting West End Bares. What a way to make a difference – being a little naughty on stage for a wonderful cause."
Barrowman will also be performing at the BBC's Proms in the Park in Salford on 11 September. The event being held at Buile Hill Park will feature the BBC Philharmonic Orchestra and special guests with Barrowman performing a 20 minute set.
David Tennnat has been filming in Scotland and on the Isle of Man for a feature film The Decoy Bride. The film stars Kelly MacDonald, Alice Eve, Michael Urie, who plays Marc in Ugly Betty, and Federico Castelluccio from The Sopranos. The Decoy Bride tells the story of a superstar actress going to marry her British boyfriend.