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ITV’s biopic of the Liverpudlian singer and the return of the Crawleys give broadcaster the edge
A funny thing happened last week. I answered the door to a bewhiskered man, who beckoned me to enter a large device wheezing gently in my garden.
BBC1’s Sunday pre-launch show beats ITV’s The X Factor as the two go head-to-head
But still manages to beat BBC1’s Doctor Who and Countryfile in weekend primetime slots
Peter Capaldi’s debut draws in the viewers to BBC1, but can’t rise to the challenge of beating Bake Off
Gymnastics show improves on last week as MOTD return caps a strong night for channel
Cookery contest rises to the occasion on BBC1 debut but Tumble disappoints on Saturday night
Closing ceremony tops the table as coverage of the final weekend inflicts a heavy defeat on rivals
Opening Ceremony tops the table for BBC1 but Games proper puts in an average performance
BBC News At Ten was the highest-placed non-soap, as ITV’s Long Lost Family made a strong return
BBC1 beats rival ITV 4-1 in ratings terms as broadcasters go head-to-head for first time in Brazil
Jimmy McGovern drama and Sunday stalwart Countryfile are bright spots in a football-heavy week.
Dolly Parton’s set gives BBC2 its highest rating of the weekend, but World Cup wins.
Benefits Britain beats C4, BBC2 and ITV as World Cup continues to dominate elsewhere.
In a week dominated by the World Cup, England v Italy tops the table while Brazil v Croatia is ITV’s best.
ITV’s Secret Life of Cats narrowly beats BBC1’s Crimewatch but Babies episode falls to Happy Valley
The World Cup looms, promising fame like a faintly sinister hawker; all the fun of the Fifa fair is to be had if you’re rich.
It’s probably just coincidence, but the weather that is making such a mockery of May is storming in from Europe.
A friend of mine owns a poster from the 1930s for a ferry company, advertising trips from Hull to Norway.
In times of ubiquitous bad temperedness, Saturday’s annual reality holiday felt especially welcome.
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