Non PSB Ratings – Page 20

  • Looking
    Ratings

    Few Looking at Sky Atlantic

    2014-02-07T18:04:00Z

    Football is no stranger to hyperbole. Every manager’s utterance is poured over for significance, while all tackles, free kicks and hairdos are analysed ad infinitum.

  • Only Fools And Horses
    Ratings

    Old Fools are the best

    2014-01-31T15:27:00Z

    Daves of the world, no matter what their actual names, will this week have felt a pang of sadness stab at their heart with the news of Roger Lloyd-Pack’s passing.

  • Gavin & Stacey
    Ratings

    Tidy result for Dave

    2014-01-27T09:23:00Z

    Amid mobs and all the excesses that Babylon has come to represent, only outdone by modern day football, the appeal of two young lovers from Essex and South Wales continues unabated, with a whole series splurged out at once for avid fans.

  • LFC
    Ratings

    Football and crime pay

    2014-01-17T14:49:00Z

    As usual, football dominates the charts – and each week that it does, its price will just go up and up.

  • BT Sport
    Ratings

    Year kicks off with football

    2014-01-09T17:42:00Z

    Judging by the top programmes list, all too many of us were able to do, weighed down by delicate constitutions following New Year revelry and left-over Christmas trimmings, was watch others run about booting a ball or wonder abstractly what might be hidden in the loft.

  • Liverpool
    Ratings

    Liverpool victory nets 1.5m

    2013-12-17T11:12:00Z

    Liverpool’s defeat of Tottenham delivered 1.5 million to Sky Sports 1 on Sunday.

  • Elementary
    Ratings

    Drama’s monk is heaven sent

    2013-12-12T16:27:00Z

    It seems we love a detective no matter where in space or time they are from, as long as there’s a good juicy murder.

  • Sofia-the-First
    Ratings

    Fairytale result for Disney Jr

    2013-12-06T16:42:00Z

    The big football-centric beasts may be spending the sort of money that would make Croesus blush, and dominating the press in an Alpha sort of way, but sometimes the big news is about a cartoon princess who turns into a mermaid to visit an underwater city. Oh, and tow trucks. ...

  • Yonderland
    Ratings

    Story time a hit for Sky

    2013-11-22T15:38:00Z

    Are you sitting comfortably? Then I’ll begin. Once upon a time, far, far away was a place called Yonderland where who knows what is going on, but it’s quite funny.

  • Yonderland
    Ratings

    Sport scores over fantasy

    2013-11-15T10:43:00Z

    Not that we didn’t know it already, but after the Champions League deal, the scrap for the next allocation of Premier League rights is going to be epic.

  • Dracula
    Ratings

    Dracula has bite for Living

    2013-11-08T11:14:00Z

    In 1898, Bram Stoker penned a romantic novel called Miss Betty.

  • The Tunnel
    Ratings

    The Tunnel sinks to low

    2013-10-31T11:47:00Z

    The Tunnel sunk to a series low for Sky Atlantic on Wednesday – as James Blake picked up this year’s Mercury Prize in front of an audience of 1.4m on Channel 4.

  • Dave Gorman: Modern Life Is Goodish
    Ratings

    Dave’s Dave is goodish

    2013-10-11T11:25:00Z

    My PE teacher, with barely disguised sarcasm, frequently said that my javelin throwing was “in a league of its own” – more often, it ended up on the chemistry department’s roof.

  • Dave Gorman
    Ratings

    Dave’s Dave is a good watch

    2013-09-27T15:39:00Z

    It was inevitable that a Dave would have his own show on Dave, and so it proved as Dave Gorman launched his new show to decent numbers.

  • Rizzoli and Isles
    Ratings

    Alibi cracks it with Rizzoli

    2013-09-19T17:29:00Z

    This week saw a veritable smorgasboard of goings-on as young couples fell in love despite having never met, the staff of North Carolina’s Lizard Lick Towing & Recovery Company fended off bullets and fists, while in fiction, a detective and a doc chased down the baddies.

  • Storage Hunters
    Ratings

    A good result for Sky Sports

    2013-09-13T10:25:00Z

    Storage Hunters has found some space. Half the top 10, in fact, as a new series of those pesky cupboards and their contents landed on Dave.

  • body_of_proof.jpg
    Ratings

    You’ll never watch alone

    2013-09-05T15:32:00Z

    The phrase ‘curate’s egg’ barely describes the cornucopia of this week’s review.

  • Chickens
    Ratings

    Chickens falls fowl of Trollied

    2013-08-30T10:13:00Z

    One thing is for sure: 2014 is going to have one or two programmes about World War I dotted about the schedule, or possibly swarming all over it.

  • nikita.jpg
    Ratings

    Watch hopes for the best

    2013-08-15T12:40:00Z

    Football’s coming but right now it’s impolite to care as cricket takes the plaudits with more stirring performances.

  • storage_hunters
    Ratings

    Howzat! for a result

    2013-08-09T09:22:00Z

    I am not sure there is any other sport in the world that can have a triumphant, historically significant result brought about directly by rain-induced inaction after four days of fruitless tussling. Which is why you have to love cricket.