Brits spend more than 100 days of their lives deciding what to watch

Deciding what to watch: we spend 100 days of our life deciding what to watch A study of 2,000 adults found people typically flick through eight TV channels when choosing an episode and a further nine-film titles before making a final decision. The average week sees 24 minutes and 24 seconds…

Weather most searched for topic on the internet, claims Sky Q

Perhaps not surprisingly, weather is the most searched for topic on the internet among Brits, closely followed by recipes. Spelling also features near the top of the list as people regularly turn online to nail the spelling of a tricky word. Other top search terms include song lyrics, music playlists, and even, a year into…

9 out of 10 of us now ‘second screeners’

Nine in 10 Brits are avid ‘second screeners’ - using a phone or tablet while also watching TV. A study of 2,000 adults found that of those who are glued to another screen while watching a film or TV show, more than a quarter like to message others about what they are viewing. Almost one…

The best series coming out this year you really should watch

  Image: Channel 4 Every year, the TV world treats us to a bevvy of incredible series. And this time around, it’s no different. But which are the most likely to get you feeling good? Take a look at the following hand-picked upcoming shows.  The Great British Bake Off Yes, that’s…

Brexit or Bake Off? TV more important than politics, claims Freeview survey

A new study commissioned by digital TV platform Freeview claims that television remains influential in our lives with more than a third of Brits stating it's more important than politics. Religion closely follows at 37 per cent and one in five say TV is more important than sex - a view held more by women.…