And what's more . . .

Click to follow
The Independent Culture
Tales of the City, Channel Four's big autumn drama, garnered 2.51 million viewers - unamalgamated figures for the second episode hover at 1.78m, provoking cries of disaster . . . Peter Ansorge, C4 Deputy Head of Drama is unperturbed: 'Michael Grade doesn't think it's a disaster. C4 dramas do between two to six million. A Very British Coup, one of our best, never went above 1.5 million' . . . 80 million copies of the Super Mario Brothers video game have now been sold worldwide . . . You did hear right: Thatcher's memoirs, read by the Lady herself, are ready for audio tape listening and clock in at six hours . . . Journalist Victor Lewis-Smith takes to the air on 1 November with the six-part Inside Victor Lewis-Smith on BBC2 . . . will TV critics be as kind to him as he has always been to others? . . .

Comments