RATINGS: DIGITAL FOCUS
In an unlikely contest this week, it turned out that suburban gardens can hold their own in a stand-off with a backpacked Olympic bronze medallist and porn.
As nippers, we didn’t think twice about playing down railway embankments, in rivers and alongside canals.
At my school, the careers advice service ranked in the education hierarchy somewhere below the upkeep of general sanitation.
Football’s a regular top draw in multichannel and this week was no exception, with the clash between Manchester United and Liverpool on Sunday dominating the table with 1.8 million viewers.
Sometimes watching Tottenham Hotspur is like watching an episode of The Walking Dead. But fans’ hope, so often squished, springs eternal.
ITV3 wrestled with time and space this week as Lewis was pursued from the past by his deceased boss’s younger self.
When the Oscar nominations were first announced, one strong contender was American Hustle.
One day in 1989, I came home to my shabby flat and even shabbier flatmates to be confronted with the sight of a gently listing bin spewing its contents, mostly the previous night’s curry, across the living room floor.
One day in the year 2095, a child wired for music intravenously will ask in wonder: ‘Grandad, what’s an MP3 player?’.
South America is about to be everywhere, what with the Brazil World Cup this year and the Rio Olympics in 2016.
In a slightly surreal moment at a Radio Times do last week, the Danish ambassador received his copy of the magazine’s cover with the star of Borgen on it.
“What do you expect? It’s about English allotments – it’s going to be parochial.”