A chance to look back at some of the items about our artists that have made the news page.
Daniel Everett, a linguist and missionary, is sent into the jungle with a clear purpose: to learn their language and convert them to Christianity.
But as he struggles to communicate, he uncovers a culture like nothing he’s ever imagined. What he discovers blows apart modern linguistic theory, forcing him to question his faith and his understanding of what it means to be human.
At The Park Theatre until 23 April
Shai plays mystery man Pablo, who turns up with Maria when she comes back from Cyprus. Her current boyfriend, Luke, arrives with flowers to find the two having lunch together. But is that all they are sharing?.... that's set the cat amongst the pigeons and no mistake.
13th April ITV
When a young couple move into their new house, their excitement is soon tempered by the disturbing sounds they hear coming from next door. There are a number of suspicious characters, Dennis for one - father of the family next door, played by Anthony Flanagan.
April 6th Channel 4 9pm
Bafta fans might be interested to know that some of the shows nominated for this year's awards feature some of Hobsons finest:
Tom Goodman Hill in Humans
Bernard Hill in Wolf Hall
Cush Jumbo in The Good Wife
Good luck to everyone involved!
Peter plays Leo Durridge; a man struggling to come to terms with the death of his daughter who died whilst in the care of his brother Rafe. When Rafe's body is washed up by the River Tweed it looks like a tragic drowning accident. Except that it isn't....
On Thursday 3rd March, 9pm BBC2
He is also in Thirteen on BBC3, playing nasty piece of work, Mark White.
Tom is back on stage and plays Howie Corbett in David Lindsay-Abaire's Pulitzer Prize-winning play about a suburban couple whose lives are turned upside down and leaves them drifting apart. They must find a way back to each other whilst the rest of their family tries to bridge the gap.
At Hampstead Theatre until 5th March
If you missed it, it's available on ITV player
Dickens fans watch out for Mr Richard Ridings as Mr Bumble and sporting a rather fine pair of chops. And you can also see Mr Chris Fairbank as Silas Wegg, proprietor of the Three Cripples pub (no chops sported).
Wednesdays at 8pm BBC1
You may have heard that Tracey Ullman is back on our screens, for the first time in 30 odd years, with a new sketch show, and the multi-talented Sue Elliott Nicholls is in it playing various characters. See if you can spot her!
Mondays 10.45pm on BBC1
Yes, Call the Midwife is back and Bryony Hannah is midwife turned nun-cum-midwife, Sister Mary Cynthia.
Starts Sunday 17th January, 8pm BBC 1
Petrolheads will like this one; Dermot presents a new show 'The Getaway Car'. He gives people the chance to find out how good a driver they are in a series of driving and quiz challenges. The best go on to face The Stig.
Starts Saturday 16th January 6.50pm on BBC1
...it's back! Siblings that is. Tom plays Dan; general all round terrible person and brother to Hannah. The duo cause misery and mayhem to all who cross their path.
Mondays 10.30pm BBC3
Reality show fans can hear Dean's dulcets on 10,000 bc: Two Tribes. The programme follows the contestants trying to survive in the wilds of Bulgaria, hunting and foraging for food in Stone Age conditions.
Starts Wednesday 20th January, 10pm on Channel 5