'... too much gloop.' Read on for the critics' full verdict on last night's TV.

Madeleine, One Year On: Campaign for Change, ITV1
“This wasn't for conspiracists of McCann obsessives. But anyone interested in what it felt like to be the focus of the year's most hysterical news coverage couldn't have failed to be moved and appalled in equal measure.”
Thomas Sutcliffe, The Independent

Madeleine, One Year On: Campaign for Change, ITV1
“It felt like two films, a compromise between what the film-makers and the McCanns wanted.”
Sam Wollaston, The Guardian

Madeleine, One Year On: Campaign for Change, ITV1
“... too much gloop from the director turned the McCanns' terrible situation into a guilt trip that made me want to watch The Apprentice instead.
Stefanie Marsh, The Times

News at Ten, ITV1
“Sir Trevor's top story was essentially a trailer for another show [on Madeleine McCann]: the main news tonight on ITV1 is that there's another programme on ITV1 tomorrow. I think that's shocking. And they wonder why twice as many people watch the BBC News at 10.”
Sam Wollaston, The Guardian

The Apprentice, BBC1
“An hour of The Apprentice flies by.”
Sam Wollaston, The Guardian

Those Were the Days, ITV3
“... wasn't an especially deep sort of programme - it just collected a few different stories from its chosen day and stitched them together, but it was, both heartening and sad.”
Matt Baylis, Daily Express