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IT’S been a journey, so the saying goes.
Mystic Meg, eat your heart out. There’s a new soothsayer in town.
WITHOUT giving away any significant spoilers, there are all manner of frights on tonight’s Hallowe’en-themed EastEnders.
WITHOUT question, Wednesday evening witnessed the TV culinary event of the year.
THOSE of a nervous disposition, look away now.
ANYONE fortunate enough to miss the shocking moment in the house, on Monday night, would believe I’m making this up.
WE'RE all still finding our feet in this brave new world of social media.
AN ABSOLUTE shambles unfolded down in Belo Horizonte on Tuesday night for anyone who loves the beautiful game.
WHEN is a goal not a goal but also a goal at the same time?
TAKE 12 gullible American girls, a stately home and a bloke who, if you close your eyes and turn away, looks vaguely like Prince Harry.
OPENING week negotiated, so let’s reflect on those pre-series boasts and promises...
AS THE 70th anniversary of the Normandy Landings approaches, BBC2 has handed responsibility of marking the occasion in a dignified manner to one of its safest programmes.
EMOTIONAL scenes at the Hammersmith Apollo as Michael Jackson’s nephews 3T take to the stage.
Good old El Tel offered a timely nugget of wisdom to the world's top-earning comic on Monday night.
ITV2. Bless their cotton socks.
WE’RE a week down in Sochi, and that famous icon of alpine sport, Alan Davies, has a question.
IT’S minus 9C at Innsbruck’s Igls Sliding Centre. So over to Barry Davies to set the scene.
LIVE now to Borehamwood where Emma Willis has this breaking news: “It’s all been kicking off in the house tonight.”
DAY 17 in the outback and professional grump Lucy Pargeter has a gift of a question over a fried-eel supper.
Over in the Queensland jungle on Wednesday night, actress Lucy Pargeter clutched a pillow with her child’s photo and declared: “It makes you realise what you’re missing.”
Quite the month it’s been down in the jolly old gold-paved streets of Walford.
What’s the one thing The X Factor was lacking?
Opening night in BBC1’s ballroom and couple number two take to the floor.
Imagine a world without television (it’s okay, don’t fret, it’s just pretend).
If television shows were people, it wouldn’t take the world’s foremost psychiatrist to diagnose the mental ill-health of ITV’s long-suffering karaoke contest.
In 1984, Michael Buerk’s harrowing Ethiopia report sparked Band Aid and forever changed our view of Africa...
Oxford. World-famous seat of learning, inspiration for Tolkien’s Lord of the Rings and home to Roger Bannister’s first sub-four-minute mile.
WHEN life gives you lemons, make lemonade.
TESS Daly posed a curious question in BBC1’s ballroom on Saturday night.
BRINGING back any long-gone, widely cherished show carries risks greater than simply smart alecs like me crying: “Blatant lack of creativity!”
IF THE TV summer of 2014 is remembered for anything, it’ll surely be the flash-in-the-pan fad for imitating royalty.
WE’VE heard some whoppers on telly this week.
IN the hit US drama Breaking Bad, a chemistry teacher stricken with cancer turns to crime, selling drugs to provide for his family.
FORGET the Passport Office backlog. There’s a serious gap in the Foreign Office’s advice to holidaymakers going abroad this summer.
SOME TV shows are just asking for a pummelling, as seemed the case with Channel 4’s latest reality show.
Call off the search.
COUNTLESS career paths lie before a humble television presenter.
In space, no one can hear you scream.
QUITE outlandish pop-star comparisons were casually bandied about on Saturday night.
SOMEONE needs to remind ITV of that old adage: “Start as you mean to go on.”
GABBY Logan, for the briefest of moments, stops harping on about sisters doing it for themselves and attempts to summarise the ensuing shambles.
A “WHO’S who of television” crammed into the O2 Arena on Wednesday night.
So it was written, in tablets of stone, around the time of Bruce Forsyth’s birth.
It has taken two decades but at last we’ve Britain’s answer to The X Files’ Mulder and Scully.
It’s dark before 6pm, brass-monkey chilly and winter is in the post via express delivery.
Wednesday’s royal occasion, from St James’s Palace chapel royal, was a private affair for William and Kate’s closest family and friends.
YOU can see how it probably happened.
So that’s it. Auditions done and dusted.
Day 16, the final week dawns in the house, and resident pain-in-the-backside Lauren Harries – that weird kid on Wogan in the 80s who had a sex change – has at last sussed out Louie Spence.
AH, LONDON 2012. Such memories, Super Saturday, the magical Opening Ceremony, the legacy...
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THE Germans are beaten in the west and every day that passes now which does not secure an advantage for them is a way to the bad.