Recognise this cheeky little up-and-coming comedian? I stumbled across this screen grab in my picture library the other day and it made me laugh out loud. Click here to find out who it is!
TV is a very powerful medium. It can make us laugh, or cry, or both. And it can actually be quite life-changing. I watched just seven minutes of Simon Amstell's film Carnage and haven't eaten a forkful of meat since.
I was lucky enough to be flown to Malta to take part in ITV's new gameshow, Cannonball, this summer. Or WAS I lucky? Read my blog to find out exactly what happened when I was a guinea pig on the dreaded 'blob' game - complete with gory pictures of the aftermath....
As we prepare to wave farewell to Peter Capaldi's Doctor Who this Christmas, I have a small tale to tell about my encounter with him. He is my favourite Doctor Who of all time - and it probably isn't for the reasons you think.
The recent ITV drama Fearless got quite mixed reviews, and I can understand why. But whatever you thought of the story, I would argue that it marked a really important sea change in the feminist movement currently sweeping through TV drama.
Chances are, Bake Off fans, you don't know all that much about the new presenter Noel Fielding. Even for Mighty Boosh fans, he's always been fairly elusive when it comes to interviews. But fear not - because Noel was recently on Dave's brilliant show Taskmaster, and it gave us a brilliant glimpse into his character.
Click here to find out more about the God-like genius that is Noel
I'm not generally much of a reality TV fan but I have a massive soft spot for Made in Chelsea. Don't ask me why - they are utterly objectionable, but it just amuses me! I organised their most glamorous ever shoot in LA...
ITV very kindly ask me to interview the Love Islanders every year (in London, sadly - we do the press day a few days before they fly off to Majorca). Here are the fruits of my labour - and click to find out who was my favourite.