5 items from 2015
It's the fourth round of blind auditions this week, which means more high notes, more tears and most importantly, more Twitter debate over Rita Ora's hair.
Following on from last week's Welsh invasion, a mournful version of 'I'm Gonna Be (500 Miles)' and the return of Esmée Denters, we now have a man calling himself the Soho Hobo and Dawn 'with-the-horn'. She's a trumpet player, obviously.
This week, everyone has to find the time to grieve following last week's emotional events, while keeping it together and solving the murder of a woman and her child. In the second episode, beginning at 9.55pm, Laure digs into Sandrine Jaulin's family history, discovering more than she bargained for in the process. »
The Voice UK attracted more than 8 million viewers last night (January 24), according to overnight figures.
BBC One's singing competition drew an audience of 8.08m (38.4%) from 7pm.
The National Lottery: Win Your Wist List then took 4.9m (23.6%), before Casualty earned 4.99m (23.5%) from 9.15pm.
BBC Two's The Culture Show managed 935k (4.4%) in the 9pm hour.
On Channel 5, the latest instalment of Celebrity Big Brother secured 1.88m (8.9%) from 9.15pm.
Elsewhere, ITV3's Foyle's War topped the multichannels, drawing 911k (4.3%) from 8pm. »
Kicking off with episode five, Police Lieutenant Gilou (Thierry Godard) has a daring plan to generate positive publicity for a case, but the stakes are high. Meanwhile, Josephine goes head-to-head with an infamous lawyer.
The Jonathan Ross Show: ITV, 9.20pm
The Oscar-winning actor told The Jonathan Ross Show that he was initially supposed to be naked in the scene which sees his character Mr Darcy dive into a lake on his estate.
Firth said: "I haven't seen [the series] since and I suppose I should see what all the fuss is about… The funny thing is the whole shirt thing has grown as the rest of it's been forgotten so I thought at the time it was well reviewed.
"People talked about the scene where I proposed to the girl and all the rest of it. And I thought that must mean I've done a good acting job and then there was some attention about the shirt and now it's just the shirt."
On why he wore clothes in the scene, he added: »
For the next three hours, the best of 2014's television will be celebrated at a lavish ceremony starring everyone from Danny Dyer to the bloke from The Chase.
So grab a cup of tea, prepare for madness and enjoy Ant & Dec winning the Best TV Presenter(s) trophy, as Digital Spy takes you through the evening from 7.30pm.
22:03So there we have it for another year! A pretty darn well-run ship by Dermot, and a generally enjoyable show. What did you think of the winners? Any big snubs? All in agreement? Let us know in the comments below. Thanks for joining us!
22:02Of course, one more mention of Mrs Brown before the end.
22:00Claudia Winkleman can be seen going "What? »
5 items from 2015
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