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Here are the top ten articles for the British Television Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. Yuri Gagarin First Man in Space
50 Years Ago Russian Cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin circumnavigated the globe. In the Summer of 1961 he was interviewed in London for BBC TV. This UK tour, at the height of the Cold War, was made possible by the Amalgamated Foundry Workers Union - who invited the great man to visit Manchester, England.
2. The Apprentice UK 2012
Well who doesn't love The Apprentice, either in the UK or the USA? The new season of The Apprentice UK opens in March 2012 with the usual contingent of scary candidates, together with the scary Lord Alan Sugar.
3. The Bee Gees Robin Gibb RIP
Robin Gibb of seminal Seventies Disco band The Bee Gees has died, aged 62.
4. Doctor Who Lands in America
If you thought Doctor Who had been set in every conceivable place, space and time known - and unknown - to man, then you're set for a treat in 'The Impossible Astronaut'/'Day Of The Moon'. Here the Doctor meets President Nixon in the Oval Office - and also meets his nemesis
5. The Apprentice UK Candidates 2011
Here they all are then - the new candidates on The Apprentice UK 2011, fresh on their official BBC website, and ready to amuse the world in Season 7. And here are my ten essential requirements to make it in the cut throat world of Reality TV Business Apprenticeship, Lord Sugar style.
6. King Colin Firth Romantic Hero
Colin Firth mops up Best Actor Oscar for 'The King's Speech', but this acclaimed British actor made a big splash first on British TV in notable period dramas like Pride and Prejudice
7. Cheryl Cole Taken Off X Factor USA
Cheryl Cole leaves X Factor USA. Here are ten reasons why the Girl's Aloud singer and former X Factor UK judge had to go.
8. Karen Gillan in We'll Take Manhattan
Actress Karen Gillan is the darling of British TV, as Dr Who companion Amy Pond. In 2012 BBC drama 'We'll Take Manhattan' she appears as 'The Shrimp' - iconic Sixties model, Jean Shrimpton
9. The Unforgettable Ernie Wise
At long last, 'The Unforgettable Ernie Wise' is a fitting TV tribute to the late, the great, the fabulous Ernie Wise, long time partner of the equally wondrous Eric Morecambe.
10. Downton Abbey Series 2 - The Finale
Downton Abbey Series Two wraps up in the UK on November 6th 2011. Is this the end of Downton, or will this much loved period drama just keep on giving?
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