RATINGS: WEEK IN REVIEW
How on earth did it get to be December? I had weeks, if not months, to do my Christmas shopping and now, suddenly, there are just a handful of days left.
England’s lacklustre friendly against Chile on ITV handed the BBC’s Children In Need a lively boost Belgium is famously famous for having few famous people.
BBC1’s Ripper Street and The Escape Artist lose viewers as ITV’s Downton Abbey goes out on a high
At school, I got into terrible difficulty trying to build a model Tudor house out of an old shoe box.
Brucie’s absence doesn’t stop BBC1 show from stealing a march on ITV rival The X Factor
More than 9 million tune in for period drama’s return as BBC’s alternative, By Any Means, falters
With the BBC yet to bring out its Autumn big guns, ITV completes a clean sweep of the top 10
X Factor loses the first Saturday night fight, but Sunday’s episode comes out on top overall
ITV spearheads autumn push with mass-appeal formats Stepping Out and The X Factor
Promise of soggy bottoms lures in pastry lovers, while celeb watching boosts Channel 5
While watching the International Space Station glide serenely over our house each night this past week, I couldn’t stop myself muttering “Piiiigs In Space” in homage to the old Muppets sketch.
So, what are the implications of Malcolm Tucker being the new Doctor? Inevitably, YouTube has had many, many fruity ideas, but given the avowed desire for greater co-operation across the BBC, it does all rather suggest a post-watershed BBC3 brand extension.
“Alongside the smuggery and social conscience, though, there was a message for even the most concreted-over of hearts.” Read on for the verdict on last night’s TV.