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Gavin and Stacey: series three, episode two

3 December 2009 1:30 PM, PST | The Guardian - TV News | See recent The Guardian - TV News news »

Trying for a baby, trying for a job – and trials for Dave Coaches

Spoiler alert: This weekly blog is for those who have been watching Gavin and Stacey series three. Don't read ahead if you haven't seen episode two yet.

Heidi Stephens's episode one blog

Gavin and Stacey are trying for a baby – worrying when you consider that Stacey struggles to make rudimentary fashion decisions. She is adamant that they need to have sex at least twice a day. Unsurprisingly, Gavin doesn't question this because a) it's sex, twice a day and b) he is a bit of a drip.  "The one in the morning doesn't need to be anything special – you can just get on with it, even if I'm asleep, I won't mind," Stacey reassures him.  Ah, love's young dream.

Meanwhile in the caravan (the one at the end by the hut, next to the Welsh nationalists), Nessa's »

- Heidi Stephens

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When did Sunday TV get so great?

13 November 2009 10:45 AM, PST | The Guardian - TV News | See recent The Guardian - TV News news »

Sunday TV has been taken over by Doctor Who, The X Factor, I'm a Celebrity and Top Gear. So what are you going to watch?

Traditionally, Sundays haven't offered much to tempt TV viewers who aren't fans of 19th-century bonnet dramas. Bleak House. Little Dorrit. Cranford. Lark Rise to Candleford. That sort of thing. All hot on the heels of Songs of Praise and Countryfile. This weekend, however, the schedulers are really spoiling us with a blockbuster Sunday of ratings-friendly shows – Doctor Who, Top Gear and I'm a Celebrity return for new series, while The X Factorcontinues its phenomenally successful run of live results show.

(As a quick plug: we'll have a review of Doctor Who for you straight after the show, Anna Pickard will be back with her X Factor liveblog and Heidi Stephens will be liveblogging I'm A Celebrity on Sunday night. So drop by over the weekend »

- Tim Lusher

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'Detective Agency' opens with 5.2m

16 March 2009 5:56 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

Last night's first episode of The No.1 Ladies' Detective Agency pulled in 5.24m (20.4%) for BBC One, according to overnight viewing figures. The show, based on Alexander McCall-Smith's bestselling novels, aired a feature-length pilot last year to impressive ratings. The final episode of Lark Rise To Candleford, which aired before the new Detective Agency series at 8pm, logged 5.24m (20.4%). Lark Rise - recently recommissioned for a third series - came second during the hour, beaten only by the second visit to ITV1's Dancing On Ice. Dancing On Ice continued to do well for ITV1, pulling in 9.23m (36.7%) for the first show between 7.15pm and 8.15pm. Viewers stayed with the channel for Wild At Heart, which took 7.66m (28.5%) for the hour. 8.03m (31.5%) tuned in for the second Dancing On Ice between 9.15pm and 10pm, (more) »

- By Dan French

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'EastEnders' wins Tric soap prize

11 March 2009 12:40 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

EastEnders has been named soap of the year at the Television and Radio Industries Club (Tric) Awards. The Walford-based serial received the accolade at the industry-voted awards ceremony, which was held at London’s Grosvenor House Hotel yesterday. Coronation Street's Katherine Kelly also picked up an award at the event, winning the TV soap personality gong for her role as Becky Granger on the ITV1 show. In an impressive showing for the BBC, Strictly Come Dancing won the TV reality programme award, Antiques Roadshow triumphed in the TV arts/documentary programme category and Gavin & Stacey was named best satellite/digital programme. In addition, Gary Lineker was recognised as best Sports presenter, Carol Kirkwood picked up the TV weather presenter prize, New Tricks won in the TV crime programme category and Lark Rise To Candleford (more) »

- By Daniel Kilkelly

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Piers Morgan show boosted by Katie Price

9 March 2009 3:55 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

The third instalment of Piers Morgan's Life Stories drew 500k more viewers than the first, according to the latest figures. The show, which saw Katie Price admit to being sexually abused in the past, attracted 4.98m (28.4%) for ITV1 at 10pm - the highest ratings for the series so far. Dancing On Ice continued to do well for ITV1, pulling in 9.28m (35.4%) for the first show between 7.15pm and 8.15pm. Viewers stayed with ITV1 for Wild At Heart, which took 8.04m (29.8%) for the following hour. 8.29m (31.4%) tuned in for the second Dancing On Ice between 9.15pm and 10pm. The show, which saw Zoe Salmon face Jessica Taylor in the skate off, logged twice as many viewers as nearest rival The Victorians. On BBC One, the penultimate episode of Lark Rise To Candleford - recently recommissioned for a third series - logged 6.29m (23%). Figures (more) »

- By Dan French

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BBC confirms third 'Lark Rise' series

6 March 2009 11:02 AM, PST | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

BBC One has confirmed that popular drama Lark Rise To Candleford will return for a third series. A new run of the Sunday night show - Bill Gallagher's adaptation of Flora Thompson's memoirs - is to be filmed this summer. Kate Harwood, BBC series and serials controller, said of the recommission: "The wonderful cast of characters and storylines has firmly (more) »

- By Dan French

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'Being Human' ends run with 822,000

2 March 2009 4:44 AM, PST | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

Last night's final episode of Being Human performed well for BBC Three, according to overnight viewing figures. The show has registered an average of 720k viewers over its six-episode run, with the final episode pulling in an impressive 822k (3.5%). Being Human - recently recommissioned for a second series - was up on last week's 578k (2.5%), but remained behind Lost, which drew 948k for Sky1 at 9pm. Dancing On Ice continued to do well for ITV1, pulling in 8.97m (35.9%) for the first show between 6.45pm and 8.15pm. Viewers stayed with ITV1 for Wild At Heart, which took 7.64m (28.8%) for the hour. 8.06m (31.4%) tuned in for the second Dancing On Ice between 9.15pm and 10pm. The show, which saw Roxanne Pallett voted off, logged twice as many viewers as its nearest rival. On BBC One, the latest episode of Lark Rise To Candleford (more) »

- By Dan French

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