There is absolutely nothing malicious in any facet of Bake Off. The contestants all seem to get along swimmingly, warmly congratulating each other on successes and commiserating with evictees rather than bounding off stage toward the next round, fists pumping.
Now that the much anticipated Season 3 of Homeland is well underway many viewers, including myself, may be thinking the writers should have called it quits after Season 2. They seemed to have lost the script.
Hannah Barratt took on a big Adele song and pulled it out of the bag. Fantastic vocal performance from a young starlet, destined to be a big success in the industry.
Jamie answered the question on the lips of households across the globe - how do you make the perfect fluffy rice? The answer is just a click away and before you say it, yes that is a very large teaspoon...
I first met Bryan online nearly two years ago, during a series of interviews for a BBC Radio 4 series called Don't Log Off that has been on the air since January 2012. The concept of the show is to seek out people's stories from all over the world - not by traditional or conventional research methods.
Aside from the show, I have some exciting developments on the way. Most of this week has been spent balancing filming and my office job where we are very excited for James Arthur's single "You're Nobody 'Til Somebody Loves You" to chart.
The arrival in DVD format of the third and final season of Neil Jordan's "The Borgias" gives rise to a host of interesting and even important questions.
One of the seminal moments so far in The Walking Dead - which returned to Fox this week - came at the end of the show's second season.
In the age of instant streaming and catch-up TV, who on earth bothers with box sets anymore? Clunky, brick-like things destined to take up far too much room on your sagging shelves. Er, well, the answer seems to be - a lot of people.
Not every extreme weather event can be attributed to our changing climate. It's a complex and wide-reaching problem. But scientists have said that when these events happen more frequently and with greater force, they form a pattern that points strongly towards climate change.
Over the last three months, I've been making a film for ITV's Exposure strand on Britain's cannabis industry. I wanted to take a different approach to the usual 'blue light', following the police style of law and order programming that we've seen a lot of on our screens in recent years and get inside the cannabis business to see it from the criminals point-of-view.
Yes, under development is a mobile phone for dogs which via an app on your Smartphone you can see and talk to your dog with. A rather smart looking thing - a little similar to an iPod docking station - is wall mounted and is activated by the dog approaching it.
In my book "The Simpsons and Their Mathematical Secrets", I explain that all these maths references have been inserted by writers on The Simpsons who have strong mathematical backgrounds, including masters degrees and PhDs.
What a mouth-watering week for Food Tube. Not only have we busted out a brand new bunch of tasty videos but we've also been tickling digital taste buds with the launch of Jamie Oliver's Food Tube on Twitter.
The first bit of promo was pretty surreal. We actually have a really great team in Parlophone France, and we trust them to book us for promotional performances appropriately. On this occasion however we arrived at the TV studio to discover we had been booked to play a cookery show. Ok, why not?
I'm like a normal guy, mid-twenties, single and bisexual. On the odd occasion I'm lucky enough to wake up next to someone, and more often than not, it's female, although sadly it's generally a friend's unattractive country dwelling-cousin.