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Gary is up to no good with female farmer in Geordie Shore preview clip

2 December 2014 12:00 AM, PST | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

Charlotte Crosby is concerned by Gary Beadle's motives in this week's Geordie Shore.

The group host a hoedown for young Gloucestershire farmers, but Gary soon appears to be flirting with another woman. (Warning: Video contains strong language.)

Geordie Shore | 906 | Gary's Fit Farmer F**k Up

Get More: www.mtv.co.uk/geordieshore

Charlotte is quick to notice the encounter and is fuming.

Aaron Chalmers tries to warn Gary that Charlotte is aware but he shrugs it off: "Mate, I was just talking to her. I'm still allowed to talk to girls."

Can Charlotte and Gary overcome this latest hurdle?

Geordie Shore continues tonight (December 2) at 10pm on MTV. »

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David Gyasi Exits Starring Role In New BBC One Crime Drama 'The Interceptor'. O.T. Fagbenle Will Replace

1 April 2014 8:32 AM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

David Gyasi has dropped out of starring in the 8-episode BBC drama series The Interceptor, from Tony Saint. Gyasi, who was to play the lead in the drama project, will be replaced by fellow Brit O.T. Fagbenle (Doctor Who, EastEnders), according to UK TV news site, TV Wise. O.T. (Olatunde) joins a cast that also includes Trevor Eve, Jo Joyner, and Robert Lonsdale. The Interceptor follows a state of the art law enforcement team, known as Unit, whose mission is to hunt down Britain’s most dangerous and ruthless criminals.  O.T. will play Ash, a new recruit to the Unit, whose dream is to bring down the biggest of those criminals. Trevor Eve will play Roach, a ruthless criminal and Ash’s main target; Jo Joyner will play Ash’s wife; Robert Lonsdale will be Ash’s partner and best friend. Lorraine AshbourneAnna SkellernGary Beadle and »

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David Gyasi Will Topline New BBC One Crime Drama Series 'The Interceptor'

28 February 2014 8:25 AM, PST | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

David Gyasi has joined the cast of the new 8-episode BBC drama series The Interceptor, from Tony Saint. Gyasi will play the lead in the drama project, and will be joined by Trevor Eve, Jo Joyner, and Robert Lonsdale. The Interceptor follows a state of the art law enforcement team, known as Unit, whose mission is to hunt down Britain’s most dangerous and ruthless criminals.  David Gyasi will play Ash, a new recruit to the Unit, whose dream is to bring down the biggest of those criminals. Trevor Eve will play Roach, a ruthless criminal and Ash’s main target; Jo Joyner will play Ash’s wife; Robert Lonsdale will be Ash’s partner and best friend. Lorraine AshbourneAnna SkellernGary Beadle and Lee Boardman round out the cast. Luther helmer Farren Blackburn is attached to direct, with production scheduled to begin next month on location in London, »

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David Gyasi, EastEnders star Jo Joyner for BBC One's The Interceptor

28 February 2014 2:33 AM, PST | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

David Gyasi and EastEnders' Jo Joyner are to star in new BBC One series The Interceptor.

The eight-part hour-long drama, from Strike Back writer Tony Saint, will focus on the Unit - an elite surveillance team who track dangerous criminals.

White Heat actor Gyasi will play new recruit Ash, with Joyner cast as his feisty wife Lorna.

Trevor Eve will play Ash's ultimate target, the ruthless criminal Roach, with Anna Skellern, Lorraine Ashbourne and Ewan Stewart all playing members of the Unit team.

Completing the cast are EastEnders actor Gary Beadle and Coronation Street veteran Lee Boardman as criminals Docker and Xavier.

"I am simply thrilled to be working with this creative team and to be a part of this exciting new project," said series lead Gyasi.

The Interceptor - helmed by Luther director Farren Blackburn - starts filming next month in London and will air on BBC One in the autumn. »

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EastEnders star: government should tackle 'institutionalised attitudes' in TV

22 January 2014 7:30 AM, PST | The Guardian - TV News | See recent The Guardian - TV News news »

Gary Beadle, who played Paul Truman in BBC soap, says Ed Vaizey must promote positive images of young ethnic minorities

Former EastEnders star Gary Beadle has urged culture minister Ed Vaizey to "develop a conscience" and put right the "institutionalised attitudes" that prevent more black and Asian faces appearing in UK TV and film productions.

Beadle said young ethnic minorities were suffering an "identity crisis" in the UK which he said was "in denial" about the issue and needed more positive images of them on screen.

The actor was speaking ahead of an industry round table on Wednesday chaired by Vaizey and looking for ways to increase the employment of black, Asian and minority ethnic people in the performing arts.

"I wouldn't call it racism, I would say [it's] institutionalised attitudes that hold people back for whatever reason, whether it's their gender or their cultural background," Beadle told Radio 4's Today programme. »

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