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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. The X Factor UK and USA
As The X Factor enters Series Eight in the UK, X Factor USA launches in the Fall of 2011
2. George Gently
Return of the darkly powerful police drama set in 1964
3. 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.
4. The Bee Gees Robin Gibb RIP
Robin Gibb of seminal Seventies Disco band The Bee Gees has died, aged 62.
5. 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.
6. Land Girls
Second World War drama about the struggle to feed the nation
7. The Jeremy Kyle Show
Call this entertainment, call it shameless scraping of the broadcast barrel, seems The Jeremy Kyle Show is here to stay, both in the UK and the USA
8. Jamie Oliver Food Revolutionary
British chef and cheeky chappy Jamie Oliver rolls out his campaign to revolutionize the eating habits of America in Season Two of 'Jamie Oliver's Food Revolution'. How did the 'pukka' cook hone his skills for cuisine and for the campaign trail, back home on British TV? And is his appeal fading?
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.
10. 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.
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