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TAY­LOR SWIFT

NoT only was the singer, right, named Artist of the Year at this week’s Amer­i­can Mu­sic Awards where she called for young peo­ple to vote in her ac­cep­tance speech, but an in­sta­gram post in which the 28-yearold en­cour­aged her 112m fol­low­ers to make sure they are reg­is­tered is be­ing cred­ited for a spike of 65,000 voter reg­is­tra­tions across the Us in a 24-hour pe­riod.

FIRST MAN

rYAN GosLiNG rarely makes a bad movie and he is not about to start with this biopic of Neil Arm­strong and the space race. Crit­ics are lav­ish­ing it with praise and an os­car nod looks to be in the bag.

FLEXITARIANISM

sCi­eN­TisTs say we should all be em­brac­ing the ‘flex­i­tar­ian’ diet if we want to limit cli­mate change and work towards a sus­tain­able fu­ture. That means sub­stan­tially re­duc­ing our meat con­sump­tion in favour of plant-based foods. it’s also good for our health.

DOC­TOR WHO

JoDie wHiT­TAKer lorded it over her ri­vals by pulling in the high­est rat­ings for a Doc­tor who se­ries opener in 12 years with 8.2 mil­lion view­ers. The episode was the high­est BBC1 drama de­but this year, beat­ing Kee­ley Hawes in Body­guard, which launched in Au­gust with 6.7 mil­lion view­ers.

Look Who’s a rat­ings suc­cess

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