My Week In Media: Nicholas Hoult


Last week I watched...

A new series of Prison Break that has started on Five. I didn't watch the first series, but liked the look of it, so tuned in. It's a US programme about a group of people who have escaped from prison. It was pretty good, actually. Also I never miss an episode of Desperate Housewives on a Wednesday night. My mum and my sisters always watch it, so I originally got forced to as well. Now I love the programme: it's enjoyable and fun.

Last week I listened to...

My main radio station is Magic FM, which Dad always has on in the car. I'm never able to guess their Magic Mystery Voices: a competition where three celebrities read out the station's name. The radio in my bedroom is always tuned in to Kiss FM, which I tend to listen to before I go out at night, or when I wake up. I only turn it on for the music, though. I couldn't tell you anything about the Kiss FM chat.

Last week I surfed...

I was looking through the internet at school and found this site called www.boreme.com. It's a mixture of funny videos from TV and real life. There was a clip from Ali G, and footage of some people ordering a drive-through McDonald's by rapping. I go on MySpace quite a lot, too. I tend to get friends rather than fans on my page, though apparently there's a tribute MySpace page to me, which I keep being told about.

Last week I read...

My sisters always leave gossip magazines around the house, things such asHeat, and the last lot have been all about Big Brother. As I haven't been watching the show, it wasn't very interesting. My mum gets the Daily Mail every day. I'm not a major fan of it, but I do flick through the sports pages, as I follow Reading FC a lot and like to keep up with football news. There's been a lot lately about Jose Mourinho, and whether he'll stay or go. I think he's a fun guy to have around, but as I'm not a Chelsea fan, I'd be secretly pleased if he goes.

Nicholas Hoult stars in 'Skins', starting on Thursday on E4, 10pm

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