Sherlock stars Benedict Cumberbatch, MartinFreeman and writer Steven Moffat, flew the flag for the UK on an otherwise disappointing nights for Brits at the Emmys.
Director Colin Bucksey was the only other British winner who won a prize for Fargo.
Multi-platinum selling singer and last year's Strictly Come Dancing finalist Sophie Ellis Bextor joins us to talk about her new tour and single The Deer & The Wolf.
Sophie will embark on an Autumn headline tour next month.
She says: "I'm really looking forward to the tour, it should be good fun. There will be a mixture of old and new songs."
Full live dates are as follows:
Wed 24th - Cambridge Junction
Thu 25th - Norwich Waterfront
Sat 27th - Holmfirth Picturedrome
Sun 28th - Edinburgh Queens Hall
Mon 29th - Milton Keynes The Stables
Wed 1st - London Shepherds Bush Empire
Fri 3rd - St Petersburg, A2 Club
Sat 4th - Moscow, Ray Just Arena
Actors Michael Praed and Lauren Drummond joined Kate to talk about a brand new production of J.B. Priestley's classic play Dangerous Corner.
The show will tour the UK this autumn, directed by the former head of London's acclaimed Almeida Theatre Michael Attenborough.
Mark Heyes and pop star Sophie Ellis Bextor cast their eye over the fantastic dresses on display at last night's Emmys.
Red was a popular colour on the night, with actress' Minnie Driver and Homeland star Claire Danes wowing in bright designs while model Heidi Klum opted for a more orange red.
Lena Dunham's huge pink skirt has very much split opinion.
We'd love to know what you got up to this wet Bank Holiday.
Did the weather dampen your spirits and stop you enjoying yourselves or did you grin and bear it and carry on regardless?
Whatever you got up to, we'd love to hear from you.
Former Sugababe Amelle Berrabah and former TOWIE star Lucy Mecklenburgh tell us all the gossip from Saturday's dramatic episode of Tumble which saw the pop star in the bottom two and in the dreaded vault off.
They talk tough training and their bid to win over the judges.