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When it came time for Kate Winslet to film sex scenes with Liam Hemsworth for their new movie The Dressmaker, there was one person who didn't approve: her 15-year-old daughter, Mia. In an interview with BBC's The One Show on Wednesday, Kate revealed the reaction her Hunger Games-obsessed daughter had to the idea of her mom hooking up with Gale. "When I told my daughter that I was shooting the scene that day she spluttered . . . I took it to be jealousy," she said. "My [daughter] was extremely jealous, along with all of her friends." Mia also hilariously used the plot of Kate and Liam's movie, which has the 40-year-old actress getting romantic with the 25-year-old actor, against her mom. "It's rather alarming that she is actually closer in age to Liam than I am," Kate continued. "She only pointed that out to me the other day, and I was like, 'Oh shhh! »
- Quinn Keaney
Well, that was awkward! Kate Winslet revealed in a recent interview that her steamy sex scenes with Hollywood heartthrob Liam Hemsworth in new film The Dressmaker had one teen in particular up in arms: her 15-year-old daughter, Mia. “When I told my daughter that I was shooting the scene that day she spluttered… I took it to be jealousy,” the 40-year-old actress told BBC’s The One Show on Wednesday, Nov. 11. “But I did feel quite bad for Liam. He’s a sweet guy but I couldn’t stop [...] »
The internet has worked out the entire plot of Jj Abrams’ movie based on piecing together elements of the various trailers so far. Or has it?
The double bluff, or phantom twist, seems to have become a thing in 21st-century big-budget film-making. First there was Benedict Cumberbatch in Star Trek Into Darkness, who, everyone involved in the film insisted, couldn’t possibly be Khan Noonien Singh from 1982’s Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan – until it turned out he was. And more recently we had Christoph Waltz as Ernst Stavro Blofeld in Spectre, a secret so poorly kept that it was cheerfully revealed by the BBC1’s The One Show a week before any members of the public had seen the movie.
- Ben Child
Jimmy Carr wants to host 'This Morning'. The '8 Out of 10 Cats' presenter would love his own talk show, but thinks daytime programmes get the best guests, so would be interested in a position when he eventually quits his stand-up comedy shows. Asked if he'd like his own chat show, he said: ''Yes but I think our equivalent of those classic Us chat shows are 'This Morning; and 'The One Show'. They're our version of their late-night chat shows - everyone goes through their doors and they get the best guests. ''So I'd love to do one of those. But maybe when »
Channel 4's Gogglebox was once again Friday evening's (October 30) biggest TV attraction outside soaps.
The TV show about watching TV shows was seen by an average audience of 3.49 million (17.6%) at 9pm. A further 484.8k (3.4%) watched on +1.
Over on ITV, Rugby World Cup fever was in full swing, as 2.08m (10.8%) tuned in »
Channel 4's Gogglebox was Friday evening's (October 23) biggest TV attraction outside soaps.
The TV show about watching TV shows was seen by an average audience of 3.5 million (17.3%) at 9pm. A further 412k (2.6%) watched on +1.
Great Continental entertained 1.82m (9%) at 9pm, followed by 1.34 million (7.9%) for Qi. »
The comedy star is back with new novel According to Yes, and she joined us to answer your questions in a live webchat. Catch up with her answers here, from her artistic partnership with Jennifer Saunders to the best advice she’s ever been given and the book on her bedside table
Ok, looks like we're finished, so please remember to read my book, According to Yes (out tomorrow), and feel free to come and see me in 30 Million Minutes (Vaudeville Theatre, from 11 November), but only if you want to enjoy yourself...
Apologies for those I didn't get a chance to answer - nothing personal, it's just I don't like you! No seriously, I'm off, I have an appointment with The One Show. Cheerio!
Best book on your bedside table over the last 6 months?
On my bedside table, as yet unread, is Emma Kennedy's Shoes for Anthony. »
- Guardian Staff
It was followed by Gogglebox at 9pm, which was the evening's highest-rated show outside of soaps with 3.65 million (18.3%). Alan Carr: Chatty Man rounded things off with 1.19 million (8.1%).
All in the name of charity, the celebrity edition of Gogglebox was Channel 4's most watched show last night (October 9).
An average audience of 3.97m (19.8%) - the highest of the evening outside of soaps - saw England win their penultimate UEFA Euro 2016 qualifier on ITV. The match peaked with 4.98 million viewers at 9pm.
Over on BBC One, The One Show attracted 3.78m (21.8%) at 7pm, followed by Would I Lie to You? with 3.39 million (18.4%). Still Open All Hours pulled in 3.06m (14.9%) at 8.30pm, while Charlie Brooker's appearance hosting Have I Got News For You »
Shows on Netflix and Amazon Prime are now in contention at the National Television Awards.
The NTAs have added four new categories for their 2016 edition, taking place at London's O2 Arena on January 20, 2016 and hosted by Dermot O'Leary.
The final new category of Live Magazine Show recognises topical shows across the whole schedule, from Lorraine to The One Show.
Viewers can vote in the 15 categories of the 2016 NTAs from now until 23.59 on October 18 at nationaltvawards.com or by phone.
Back in August, the NTAs opened the voting »
The former Top Gear host, who was the butt of countless gags and jokes, managed to attract 4.46m viewers (20.8) at 9pm.
New family comedy The Kennedys entertained 2.58m (13.2%) at 9.30pm, while The Graham Norton Show attracted 2.85m (24.1%) at 10.35pm.
Over on ITV, the Rugby World Cup was seen by an average audience of 3.2m (16.7%), and peaked with 4.05m (20.9%) at 8.30pm.
BBC Two's The Great British Menu attracted 1.99m (11.4%) at 7.30pm, Mastermind followed with 1.81m (9.2%) at 8pm, Gardener's World was seen by 2.09 (10.7%) at 8.30pm and Great British Bake Off: Extra Slice reeled in 1.95 (9.1%) at 9pm.
With 2.87m (14.0) viewers, Gogglebox was »
Strictly Come Dancing's competition opener was watched by an average audience of 7.68 million (36.4%) on Friday evening (September 26).
The BBC One show peaked at 7.84 million (37%) at around 9.30pm, as the first six couples took to the dancefloor.
Gogglebox was once again Channel 4's highest rated show, attracting an average audience of 2.68 million (12.7%). At 8pm 640K (3.2%) tuned in to watch James Corden win £32,000 for charity on James Corden does Deal or No Deal.
At 10pm Alan Carr: Chatty Man attracted 1.1 million (6.6%) viewers.
Gardener's World was BBC Two's highest rated show with 1.98 million (9.9) viewers tuning in. »
England's opening Rugby World Cup match against Fiji attracted an average audience of 7.56 million (35.3%) viewers on Friday evening (September 18).
ITV's coverage of the Rugby World Cup opener peaked with a whopping 9.26 million at around 8.30pm.
Farrah Abraham's eviction from the Celebrity Big Brother house was seen by an average audience of 1.18 million (5.5%) from 9pm on Channel 5. The show peaked with 1.38 million (6.1%) as the results were announced.
A further 599k (5%) watched Farrah's controversial appearance on Celebrity Big Brother's Bit on the Side at 10.30pm, while 347k (4.5%) stuck around for live footage from the house immediately after.
Gogglebox once again Channel 4's highest-rated show, »
UK TV ratings round-up - data supplied by Barb
Channel 4's Hunted suffered a slight audience drop week-on-week, overnight figures show.
Episode two of the on-the-run reality thriller dropped to 1.35m (6.9%) at 9pm on Thursday night (September 17) - down on the 1.7m who tuned in for last week's premiere.
Over on ITV, the final of shepherding reality show Flockstars aired to 1.58m (8.4%) at 8.30pm, with 1.63m (8.3%) joining the channel at 9pm for the closing instalment of Stephen Fry in Central America.
How wonderful and varied is the human race! Just make sure your mother eats her greens, says BBC2’s new Michael Mosley-fronted creation documentary
Isn’t it just breathtaking to consider the miracle of new existence? The moment all flora and fauna share: where once was nothing, now is something. When sea meets shore, pollen meets carpel, egg meets weird freaky cloacal slime – I’m not totally straight on the details of that one – and, in humans, ovum meets spaff. Praise God, chaos or the magnificent force of crazy-arse nature. Also, praise creation docs such as Countdown To Life: The Extraordinary Making Of You which are always nicely diverting.
Presented by The One Show’s go-to biologist Michael Mosley, this programme breaks down exactly what it takes to build a human baby, from fertilisation to birth. In the eight weeks covered by the first episode, there’s already a »
- Filipa Jodelka
An average of 3.54 million (17.3%) tuned in for the new series of Gogglebox at 9pm on Channel 4.
A peak audience of 3.68 million watched a TV programme about watching TV, making it Friday's (September 11) highest-rated show outside of soaps. A further 598k (3.9%) watched on Channel 4+1.
It was sandwiched between Celebrity Fifteen to One with 950k (4.7%) at 8pm and a This is England special with 1.84 million (10.4%) at 10pm. Alan Carr: Chatty Man returned to 1.23 million (8.4%) at 10.15pm.
Celebrity Big Brother's fake fake eviction was seen by 1.36 million (7%) at 9pm, peaking with 1.46 million (7.3%) as the results were announced.
Celebrity Big Brother's Bit on the Side followed with 542k (4.6%), while live footage from the house was seen by 355k (4.6%).
Would I Lie to You continued with 2.86 million (13.6%) at 8.30pm, »
An average audience of 1.49 million (7.9%) tuned in to watch Celebrity Big Brother's first eviction on Friday (September 4) evening.
A peak audience of 1.73 million (9.1%) turned over between 9.45-10pm to watch Emma Willis announce the results of the public vote.
Celebrity Big Brother's Bit on the Side followed with 650k (5.5%), while live footage from the CBB house closed the evening with 366k (4.9%).
The night continued with 2.83 million (13.4%) for Would I Lie to You? at 8.30pm and a reduced audience of 2.68 million (13.6%) for Ripper Street at 9pm.
Over on ITV, Breaking into Britain: Tonight filled the gap between episodes of Coronation Street with 1.97m (10.2%) at 8pm.
Over a million viewers tuned in for Friday night's instalment of Celebrity Big Brother.
Celebrity Big Brother's Bit on the Side followed at 11pm with 743k (6.3%) (+1: 102k), while 436k stayed with the channel at 11.30 for live footage from the house.
The One Show was Friday's highest-rated programme outside of soaps for the third week running, airing to 3.14m (19.5%) at 7pm. BBC One documentary Canals: The Making of a Nation followed at 7:30pm with 2.64m (15%).
With a panel featuring Clare Balding and new X Factor judge Nick Grimshaw, Would I Lie To You? entertained 2.91m (14.6%) at 8.30pm, while Ripper Street held steady with an audience of 2.83m (15.1%) at 9pm.
The Great British Bake Off: An Extra Slice topped the »
Strictly Come Dancing is still months away, but the rumours about which celebrities could be taking part this year are really starting to heat up now - and they've been going since January. So it felt like a good time to start to put together all the speculation we've heard to see if we can figure out who'll be hitting the ballroom in the new series.
Strictly Come Dancing: This is how they keep the celebrities taking part a secret
With all the contestants now confirmed, check out the lineup below - and lament what could have been with the rumours that didn't become a reality. Oh well, there's always the Christmas special...
King of the swingometer Jeremy became the first celebrity confirmed for Strictly on August 10.
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