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Fresh Prince reunion gives The Graham Norton Show a ratings boost, while The Fall grips crime fans.
As I walked to Chelsea Register Office, kitted out like Worzel Gummidge on dressdown Friday, I passed three chatting Russians in a tree – a surreal moment to match the registrar’s expression as I handed in my wedding forms.
This week’s TV offered not only noisy battles in a boxing ring but also a much-loved Coleman as a National Treasure-in-Waiting, locked her own ratings battle.
The sun’s shining, shorts are out, sandals unearthed, socks discarded and tin foil jammed firmly under the chin.
Warm weather takes its toll but BGT maintains lead over The Voice as Sundays shape up nicely
BBC1’s new doc series suffers at the hands of ITV as hit drama Broadchurch draws to a close
ITV juggernaut sees off BBC1 singing contest, while the death of a PM fails to draw in big numbers
Never mind cowering behind the sofa when Doctor Who was on, the most perilous part of watching children’s TV when I was a lad was fretting over Windy Miller.
Saturday night battle hots up as BBC1’s Doctor Who and The Voice both get off to a solid start.
BBC1’s Syndicate gets off to a solid start, but Foyle’s War and Broadchurch are the week’s top dramas.
ITV doc pulls in more than 5 million on Sunday as Friday’s Comic Relief wins the week for BBC1
Torvill and Dean and Dancing On Ice help channel overcome the pain of Woeful Wednesday
ITV Simon Cowell’s Food Glorious Food fails to get viewers tucking in, while Mayday sinks Mr Selfridge
Ant Dec give ITV a timely boost, while The Brits proves too strong for BBC1’s Meet The Izzards.
Corrie and Emmerdale rule the roost for ITV – but where are the BBC’s northern shows?
BBC1’s Comedy Mondays end on a low, but ITV harnesses Clunes’ Horsepower
If I owned a car park in Winchester, I’d be getting worried. For dead king hunting is now a thing, and municipal car parks seem to offer rich pickings.
A mere 200 years ago, Jane Austen sat at her desk pondering the opening of Pride And Prejudice.
Family legend has it that one balmy afternoon several moons ago, me and my Dad played golf behind Sir Trevor McDonald, when the national treasure was still just plain old Trevor.
Caribbean crime drama is back with a bang, while Monday night proves perfect timing for comedy
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