Posts Tagged ‘Through The Keyhole’

Worcester News: Pershore’s Toyah on Through The Keyhole

October 14th, 2014

worcsnews13bPershore appeared on prime time TV this weekend as Through the Keyhole explored the home of town resident, Toyah Willcox. The 80s singer and voice of the Telly Tubbies lives in the centre of the town in a large Georgian home. She became the latest victim of funny man Keith Lemon as he explored her large home, which she shares with husband Robert Fripp.

He originally filmed the segment back in May, when he was spotted in Pershore by some locals.

• Continue reading at Worcester News.

Through The Keyhole @ ITV Player / Overnight Ratings

October 12th, 2014

Last night’s Through The Keyhole, which included Toyah and the amazing Willyfred the rabbit, is now available to watch online at ITV Player (and STV, RTE etc). 2.93m (17.5% of the available audience) watched Through The Keyhole (overnight viewing figure by Spy).


Through The Keyhole

October 11th, 2014

The final edition of Series Two of the revamped Through The Keyhole airs tonight on ITV. It’s repeated on Wednesday and will also be available at ITV Player post-broadcast. Might be an idea to tune in or set your record button…

Through The Keyhole: ITV: Saturday 11th October: 10pm
Through The Keyhole: ITV: Wednesday 15th October: 11pm
Series 2, Episode 7: Keith Lemon snoops around more homes of mystery celebrities and unearths clues as to the identity of the inhabitants, which the studio panel then have to work out themselves. Keith’s guests are entertainment legend Des O’Connor, presenter and musician Myleene Klass and DJ and TV host Dave Berry.


Toyah Newsy Bits & Pieces!

August 26th, 2014

ttkeyhole14aITV Press Centre: Confirmed: Through The Keyhole returns Saturday 30th August at 9.25pm on ITV.

• The Big Issue: Biographer Graeme Thomson: “Kate Bush changed perceptions”: We can trace that line down through everyone from Toyah to people like Florence and the Machine and other modern women. But it goes much deeper than that – Continue reading…

• BBC Radio 4 Extra: A Good Read: Tom Sutcliffe, Mavis Nicholson and Toyah Willcox discuss books by Anne Tyler, Ben Okri and F Scott Fitzgerald. From March 1998. The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald, The Famished Road by Ben Okri, Breathing Lessons by Anne Tyler. Listen to the programme, which originally aired in March 1998, at BBC iPlayer…

The Shuttle: Rock Choir concert is ‘literally electrifying’: Members of Kifferminster Rock Choir joined singer and actress Toyah Willcox for two special performances in Birmingham – Continue reading…

This Is The West Country: ‘Best and biggest’ Falmouth Week draws in 100,000 people: The party nights at Events Square also drew thousands of people across the week with many adopting fancy dress to add to the atmosphere. Performances by East 17, Toyah Willcox, Fleetwood Bac, Bon Giovi, Joey and the Lips, Company B and Cornwall’s own Rudi’s Message and Kernow King went down a storm – Continue reading…