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18 March 2013 4:30 AM, PDT | Virgin Media - Celebrity | See recent Virgin Media - Celebrity news »


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Sally Carman wanted fresh challenge after Shameless

18 March 2013 4:00 AM, PDT | Virgin Media - TV | See recent Virgin Media - TV news »

Sally Carman ''deliberately turned down parts'' similar to her 'Shameless' character. The actress plays ex-prostitute Kelly-Marie Maguire in the Channel 4 series - which is in its final season - but was careful to choose something completely different for her next role, eventually settling on playing a middle class mum in 'Prisoners' Wives' She said: ''In a way I think Kelly-Marie was a massive blessing, because she looks so extreme that when I turn up to auditions looking normal people think I'm really versatile. ''But I have deliberately turned down parts similar to her - loudmouths and prostitutes - because you are »

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Prisoners Wives – Episode One Review

18 March 2013 2:37 AM, PDT | Obsessed with Film | See recent Obsessed with Film news »

Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

Returning to British screens this past Thursday, Prisoners Wives has been one of BBC One’s secret weapons when it comes to quality drama on their channel. Despite the average-y ratings and the slash of two episodes this series, the hype for the return has been pretty exciting. While this may not be a show directed at WhatCulture readership, it still deserves to be championed alongside other WhatCulture loved shows.

The first episode sees the return of Francesca (Polly Walker) and Harriet (Pippa Haywood), continuing their story arcs from the last series. Francesca is slowly drawn more in the mob life of her husband’s, whilst Harriet finds new solace in Christianity as well as a new romance. We are all introduced to two new characters. The first being Aisling (Karla Crome), a young woman ready to walk down the aisle, but paired with a petty »

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Prisoners Wives: Pippa Haywood (Harriet) Interview

17 March 2013 3:20 AM, PDT | Obsessed with Film | See recent Obsessed with Film news »

Returning to our screens this past Thursday was BBC One’s Prisoners Wives, a female led drama series focusing on the lives of a handful of wives and their male loved ones behind bars, as well as how they can handle the drastic change in their own lives. The first series attracted strong ratings, which was enough to warrant its return. However, instead of the standard six, we are instead given a shorter four episode run this time round.

With that, WhatCulture managed to spent some time with actress Pippa Haywood and chat with her about this new series and her character Harriet’s journey in Series II.


How does it feel being back for a second series?

I was absolutely delighted. Its one of my favourite programmes I’ve ever worked on. I just love Harriet and have a real soft spot for her. She has such depth and »

- Connor Macgregor

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