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1. 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.
2. The X Factor UK Final 2011
It's down to the X Factor UK Final Three, and Amelia Lily, Little Mix and Marcus Collins face the sing-off of a lifetime with an audience of 10,000 at Wembley Arena.
3. Lord Sugar's Young Apprentice 2011
Lord Alan Sugar's Young Apprentice starts on BBC TV in Autumn, 2011. Here is a review of the opening episode - contains spoilers!
4. X Factor UK Final Update
Never before in the history of X Factor has a girl band won. Step up, Little Mix, and take a bow!
This two-part TV miniseries stars John Hurt, and is modelled on the best selling novel of the same name by Kate Mosse. A split-time chronicle of the Holy Grail which spans the 13th and 21st centuries, the dual story line focuses on the intermingled lives of two women, related by blood.
6. Davina McCall on The Million Pound Drop
The Million Pound Drop pairs a million pounds (always a good figure to conjure with in game shows) with Davina McCall, live and in full colour. It takes some getting into, but is annoyingly addictive.
7. Downton Abbey Series 2 Finale Review
Downton Abbey Series Two ended with the usual cliffhangers, and the great news that there is a third series due next year. So how is this epic costume drama shaping up so far? (Contains spoilers)
8. The Killing II - Forbrydelsen Returns
Sarah Lund returns to The Killing II with a new red jumper and the same deadpan expression, all set to wage fresh war on terror.
9. Simon Cowell and The Talent Show Story
Simon Cowell dominates 21st century talent shows. He also dominates this 2012 UK TV series about the history of TV talent shows!
10. The Bee Gees Robin Gibb RIP
Robin Gibb of seminal Seventies Disco band The Bee Gees has died, aged 62.
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