Sam Heughan thanks the fans after winning Radio Times “Tv Champion”

Sam Heughan just won Radio Times “TV CHAMPION 2015” with more than 16 mln votes! An incredible success for our ginger!

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This is what Sam said:

“Congratulations to all the competitors in the Radio Times Competition!! Wow. A true list of the most popular and greatest shows/cast on TV. I’m honored and a little, no VERY astonished at the number of votes cast by our dedicated and passionate fans! Can’t thank them enough – many have no fingers left due to intense voting – “Tapadh leibh” to you all! If you haven’t already, join our Outlander Clan and watch the series (no1 on Amazon!).

I think this deserves a cover issue Radio Times??”

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New Interview of Sam Heughan for the Daily Record

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Here’s a new interview of Sam Heughan with the Daily Record:

Sam Heughan, star of time-travelling smash Outlander, is on the verge of scooping the Radio Times TV Champion of Champions award, seeing off some of the biggest names in broadcasting.

The 35-year-old beat heart-throb Poldark actor Aidan Turner in the semi-finals of the online contest and now faces comedy hero Ricky Gervais in the final.

Voting for the award closes tomorrow but Sam’s hoping the worldwide fans of the American series – only available on Amazon Prime in the UK – will help him win the crown.

A delighted Sam, who has launched a charity fundraising drive called My Peak Challenge, said: “We’re not on
terrestrial television in the UK so it would be terrific to win. I’d have to challenge the Radio Times to put us on the front cover if we do. They would have to, wouldn’t they Maybe it proves to the rest of the industry that this show is worth watching.”

The former River City actor, who was filming the second series of Outlander in Glasgow’s Pollok Park last week, had already won the Radio Times sci-fi award before being pitted against other category winners for the overall title. But it became a battle of the beefcakes in the semi-final when Sam – who plays Scottish warrior Jamie Fraser – went head-to-head with housewives’ favourite Poldark, who won the drama prize.

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