Sunday, March 29, 2015


So The Voice proceeds to its final. The semi-final attracted 6.3m viewers according to the overnight ratings, down on last year's equivalent of 6.7m.

The bookmakers think that Clackmannanshire fireman Steve McCrorie will be the eventual winner, now that more Scots have got a taste for voting.  Watch out for soprano Lucy O'Byrne though, if the over 50s take hold of the phones, re-living fond memories of Moira Anderson, Katherine Jenkins and other heroines of Saturday night variety. Last night's show was peppered with tributes to various grandmothers. Coach Will I.Am has to find her three songs for the final, which may stretch beyond "opera", and some entertaining presentation. If Hughie Green could do it..

  • I would be derelict in my duty if I  didn't report that the finale of Season 2 of The Musketeers was watched by an average of 2.78m in the overnights - a 12.7% share. Just under the Cameron/Miliband/Paxo/Burley figure - a programme which, for me, had more humour. 

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