Frances Atkinson This perfectly entertaining game show more than adequately fulfils by delivering 30 minutes of gentle silliness.
Kylie Northover The finding-baby-Abel story arc is a slow build, and we don't see much Belfast action this week.
Melinda Houston It's been a long time coming but tonight's episode of Rafters finally delivers what we know it's capable of.
Paul Kalina Daniel is taken into custody on suspicion of murdering the louse.
Lissa Christopher The Earl of Grantham's solemn pronouncements about life, the universe and everything are getting a bit purple.
For a change, it's Keith rather than the contestants in the firing line. ''Could this be the end?''
Debi Enker In the wake of her break-up with Patrick, Nina tells herself she's coping pretty well.
Debi Enker Only three episodes to go and you can feel the producers of this addictive legal drama building to a big finale.
Craig Mathieson Game of Thrones is increasingly focused on the children struggling to measure up.
Melinda Houston A real return to form for this clever comedy, jam-packed with great lines and celebrity cameos.
Melinda Houston Well! On the one hand, the moment we've been waiting for. On the other, more delayed gratification.
Nick Galvin It's April 1917 and the war is dragging on longer than anyone, including the occupants of Downton, expected.
Frances Atkinson Watching Don Draper (Jon Hamm) wearing a lobster bib is the closest the Madison Avenue advertising executive has ever come to looking foolish.
Melinda Houston Before we get to what's ''Coming up … on The Block'', something needs to be said.
Paul Kalina It's not only the appearance of new character Rosanna, played by Clare Bowditch, that makes this one of the better Offspring offerings.
Paul Kalina Tonight, there's a rapprochement of sorts between the girlfriends.
Debi Enker In ''Secret Fears'', Dave (Erik Thomson) is plagued by nightmares.
Kylie Northover The storylines are becoming a touch predictable or outlandish, but the banter keeps us coming back.