TV host Lorraine Kelly apologised to viewers this morning after her ITV show was pulled off air as a result of a fire alarm.
Try living with a posh man from Somerset and see how easy it is to find comedy you can both laugh at.
Damien Love gives his verdict on the best of TV Sunday, October 19, - Saturday, October 25
I wasn't one of those viewers who lost faith in Homeland (Channel 4, Sunday, 9pm) when it sidestepped an explosive climax to Season One, only to stumble on through Seasons Two and Three.
The Great Fire (ITV) began as Eastenders with wigs, brocade and lacy cuffs.
Even supermodels and rock idols have a night in front of the TV as Kate Moss, Naomi Campbell and Noel Gallagher show as they discuss their viewing on a celebrity edition of Gogglebox.
This is the polar opposite of the Great British Bake Off which was shown through the pleasant summer months. Now the cakes are stale and a chill wind creeps under the door: The Apprentice is back.
Samantha Morton is to head the cast in a BBC1 adaptation of Laurie Lee's classic memoir Cider With Rosie.
Mary Berry will take on Simon Cowell in a bid to find the country's top TV judge at the National Television Awards (NTAs).
Broadcaster Sir David Attenborough has said that he is saddened by the lack of choice on today's TV screens.
Damien Love gives his verdict on TV Sunday, October 12, - Saturday, October 18
I was sceptical on hearing the BBC's latest foreign crime drama wasn't from chilly Scandinavia but Australia.
There is no such thing as a new detective drama.
The final of The Great British Bake Off drew more than 13 million viewers - making the show far bigger than last year's X Factor final.
Every contestant in the Bake Off was likeable so it lacks what makes The Apprentice so compulsive: you want Alan Sugar's over-groomed buffoons to crash and burn and your eyes flame with satanic glee when they stumble.
Taylor Swift and Pharrell Williams are set to kick off The X Factor's live shows as the first star performers of the series.
Builder Richard Burr heads into tomorrow night's final as the hottest favourite yet for TV hit The Great British Bake Off.
Nick Hewer said he does not feel any peer pressure appearing in the new series of The Apprentice even though he is now the only member of the panel without a title.
Grantchester (ITV) is a mild little detective drama which is fine if you like that sort of thing.
Damien Love gives his verdict on TV Sunday, October 5, - Saturday, October 11
'If the moon breaks up it'll kill us all in 45 minutes.'
Chart star Emeli Sande has told how it has been affirming as a songwriter to hear her compositions being used by contestants on The X Factor.
Who Do You Think You Are? (BBC1) is now approaching something like its 900th series so it was a pleasant surprise to find tonight's subject was Billy Connolly.
The BBC continues on its merry way, choosing to ignore many of us.
There's a friend of mine whose five-year-old daughter loves to dress up as Spider-Man; another friend has a toddler son who likes to wear dresses.
Sherlock stars Benedict Cumberbatch and Andrew Scott are set to rekindle their rivalry playing kings in the BBC's latest Shakespeare adaptation.
The most incredible thing about Cilla (ITV) was her voice.
David Threlfall and John Simm are to play the pioneers of DNA fingerprinting for police investigations in a new TV drama.
Lorraine Kelly is set to mark her milestone 30th year on breakfast TV by appearing in her favourite soap opera.
Veteran actress Vanessa Redgrave has joined the cast of a BBC adaptation of The Go-Between - more than 40 years after her father appeared in an earlier dramatisation.