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Joanna Hogg: 'With each film, I go further into my dreams'

12 April 2014 4:04 PM, PDT | The Guardian - Film News | See recent The Guardian - Film News news »

Joanna Hogg has already won acclaim with two remarkable relationship dramas. Now her third film, Exhibition, is set to establish her as a very English auteur. But how much is drawn from her own life?

In the opening scene of Joanna Hogg's first film, Unrelated, a woman of 40 or so played by Kathryn Worth arrives, at night and apparently from nowhere, at a Tuscan villa where friends and friends of friends are staying. She has come alone and pulled her own suitcase up a dark road (along with her troubles), and it doesn't feel as if she is entirely welcome. The house party, two fairly dysfunctional moneyed English families, already has its habits and in-jokes established. She might have arrived late but, for better and worse, she determines to join in anyway.

In some ways that memorable introductory scene, its awkwardness perfectly pitched, seemed to dramatise Hogg's own tardy arrival to her current career. »

- Tim Adams

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Soaps need to represent East Asian communities, says Labour MP

10 April 2014 12:53 PM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

Labour MP Gareth Thomas has called for soaps to better represent East Asian communities in Britain.

The MP for Harrow West also urged new Culture Secretary Sajid Javid to make sure the Arts Council and Ofcom do more to promote and monitor the diversity of the shows' employees.

He said that soaps like EastEnders and Coronation Street have "disappointing" records when it comes to casting East Asian characters.

The politician explained: "In nearly 30 years I'm told EastEnders has only ever had one regular East Asian character, a young female DVD seller who lasted just six months.

"Given that the East End of London remains one of our most ethnically diverse areas, it's a little odd that Albert Square hasn't had so much as even the proverbial clichéd Chinese takeaway.

"Coronation Street has a similarly disappointing record, waiting until 2011 before an East Asian character appeared there - again they lasted just four months. »

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Arqiva British Academy Television Awards 2014: BAFTA Nominations Announced

7 April 2014 1:06 AM, PDT | The Hollywood News | See recent The Hollywood News news »

Thn have just received the nominations for the BAFTA Television Awards 2014, sponsored by Arqiva. The incredible nominees can be found below, along with some handy links, and a rather exciting time for many – I’m sure you’ll agree!

That’s not all either because like last year, you – the most important part of it all – can Vote for your favourite shortlisted show with the Radio Times Audience Award, which this time includes Breaking Bad, Broadchurch, Doctor Who: The Day of the Doctor, Educating Yorkshire, Gogglebox and The Great British Bake Off.

 

You can cast your vote by Clicking Here!

 

And now, for all those nominees!

Leading Actor

Jamie Dornan The FallBBC Two

Sean Harris SouthcliffeChannel 4

Luke Newberry In The Flesh – BBC Three

Dominic West Burton and TaylorBBC Four

Leading Actress

Helena Bonham Carter Burton and Taylor – BBC Four

Olivia Colman Broadchurch – ITV

Kerrie Hayes »

- Dan Bullock

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BAFTA Television Awards 2014: This year's nominees in full

6 April 2014 11:23 PM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

Digital Spy presents a list of the nominees at this year's Arqiva BAFTA Television Awards, which will take place on Sunday, May 18:

Leading Actor

Jamie Dornan - The Fall

Sean Harris- Southcliffe

Luke Newberryin - The Flesh

Dominic West - Burton And Taylor

Leading Actress

Helena Bonham Carter - Burton And Taylor

Olivia Colman - Broadchurch

Kerrie Hayes - The Mill

Maxine Peake - The Village

Supporting Actor

David Bradley - Broadchurch

Jerome Flynn - Ripper Street

Nico Mirallegro - The Village

Rory Kinnear - Southcliffe

Supporting Actress

Shirley Henderson - Southcliffe

Sarah Lancashire - Last Tango In Halifax

Claire Rushbrook - My Mad Fat Diary

Nicola Walker - Last Tango In Halifax

Entertainment Performance

Ant & Dec - Ant & Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway

Charlie Brooker - 10 O'clock Live

Sarah Millican - The Sarah Millican Television Programme

Graham Norton - The Graham Norton Show

Female Performance In A Comedy »

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Pointless: World Cup, Eurovision stars for celebrity specials

2 April 2014 3:59 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

The list of celebrities taking part in the latest Pointless specials has been announced.

Alexander Armstrong and Richard Osman will be joined by famous faces for six new primetime episodes of the hit game show, kicking off on Saturday, April 12.

The first special will have a 1970s theme, with Wizzard and Yes stars Roy Wood and Rick Wakeman facing actors Paul Henry and Madeleine Smith, and Sally Thomsett and Anna Karen, and children's television stars Ed Stewart and Sally James.

Elsewhere, Sir Geoff Hurst and George Cohen MBE will team up in the World Cup special, facing Peter Shilton and Steve Bull, Hope Powell and Casey Stoney, and Graeme Le Saux and commentator Jonathan Pearce.

The Eurovision Pointless special is a thing to behold, with Bucks Fizz's Cheryl Baker and Mike Nolan trying to prove their wits against Martin Lee and Sonia Evans, Dana and Johnny Logan, and Jemini's Chris Cromby and Gemma Abbey. »

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Alex Walkinshaw leaves Casualty for Holby City

1 April 2014 9:15 AM, PDT | Virgin Media - TV | See recent Virgin Media - TV news »

Alex Walkinshaw is leaving 'Casualty' to join 'Holby City'. The 39-year-old actor - who has played hunky nurse Adrian 'Fletch' Fletcher in the BBC medical drama since 2012 - will see his alter-ego turn his back on the Emergency Department to pursue a career in the main hospital wards. Speaking on ITV's 'Lorraine' this morning (01.04.14), he said: ''My 'Casualty' days are over.'' The father-of-four is set to leave with a bang after he's forced to deal with the consequences of his steamy affair with clinical manager Tess Bateman (Suzanne Packer). Alex explained: ''His relationship with Tess all comes back up »

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Michelle Collins joins Casualty

27 March 2014 4:00 AM, PDT | Virgin Media - TV | See recent Virgin Media - TV news »

Michelle Collins is joining 'Casualty'. The 51-year-old actress, who is to leave her role as Stella Price in 'Coronation Street' later this year, will be back on screens just a few weeks later in the BBC One medical drama. Michelle has agreed to a short role in the show as a love interest to paramedic Jeff Collier, played by Matt Bardock. She told The Sun newspaper: ''I'm pleased to be out of a soap for now. I have more time to be a mum and I'm going into 'Casualty' as a key character's love interest. ''It is only for a few weeks, which is »

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Andrew Lancel on possible return for The Bill: 'I'd be first there'

26 March 2014 6:04 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

Andrew Lancel has said that he would be "first there" if The Bill ever returned.

The actor played Detective Inspector Neil Manson from December 2003 until the show's conclusion in August 2010.

Asked if the show would ever return, Lancel told Digital Spy: "If it was Deal or Deal back in the day and they said, 'Do you want to do 27 years?'. You probably would have said 'Deal'!

"I did seven on it. Would it come back? I'd be first there if it was the same team. It is still on everywhere, thank god. I think The Bill is on every day somewhere in the world.

"Of course, I'm very honoured to be part of that. It's nice when you look back on stuff and I had a good run on telly."

Of whether he would do another soap role after his stint as Frank Foster on Coronation Street, he added: "Absolutely, »

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Kate Winslet's 5 best screen roles: Titanic, Heavenly Creatures, more

25 March 2014 2:30 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

Kate Winslet is back in the spotlight this month thanks to a pair of roles in very contrasting films. In Jason Reitman's Labor Day (out in the UK now) she plays a single mother who takes in an escaped convict, while Divergent sees her play an icy cool villain opposite Ya's latest heroine Shailene Woodley.

Not only that, but the Oscar-winning British star has finally received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. With that in mind, we take a look back at our five favourite Kate Winslet screen roles...

Heavenly Creatures (1994)

This highly-charged drama was based on the notorious Parker-Hulme murder case in New Zealand, and cast Winslet as a girl firmly entrenched in a fantasy life with best friend (Melanie Lynskey). Prior to this, the actress had only worked on British TV (including the required stint on Casualty), but she was a complete big-screen natural. The »

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Star Wars Episode 7: battle for lead in Jj Abrams film in full force

13 March 2014 5:50 AM, PDT | The Guardian - TV News | See recent The Guardian - TV News news »

And the Jedi goes to … Breaking Bad's Jesse Plemons and Downtown Abbey's Ed Speleers among those shortlisted

Star Wars Episode VII: casting Adam Driver as a villain is one very odd move

Downton Abbey's Ed Speleers and Attack the Block's John Boyega are on a shortlist of five actors tipped for a leading role in director Jj Abrams' Star Wars: Episode VII, reports Variety.

The pair join Jesse Plemons, who was in Breaking Bad, as well as stage specialists Matthew James Thomas and Ray Fisher, in the running to play a young Jedi apprentice who will take on Adam Driver's previously announced "Darth Vader-like" villain.

Episode VII will focus on the heroes of the original trilogy – Luke Skywalker, Princess Leia and Han Solo – but a younger actor is also being sought who will presumably move to centre stage for succeeding films. Variety reports that Abrams »

- Ben Child

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Star Wars Episode 7: battle for lead in Jj Abrams film in full force

13 March 2014 5:50 AM, PDT | The Guardian - Film News | See recent The Guardian - Film News news »

And the Jedi goes to … Breaking Bad's Jesse Plemons and Downtown Abbey's Ed Speleers among those shortlisted

Star Wars Episode VII: casting Adam Driver as a villain is one very odd move

Downton Abbey's Ed Speleers and Attack the Block's John Boyega are on a shortlist of five actors tipped for a leading role in director Jj Abrams' Star Wars: Episode VII, reports Variety.

The pair join Jesse Plemons, who was in Breaking Bad, as well as stage specialists Matthew James Thomas and Ray Fisher, in the running to play a young Jedi apprentice who will take on Adam Driver's previously announced "Darth Vader-like" villain.

Episode VII will focus on the heroes of the original trilogy – Luke Skywalker, Princess Leia and Han Solo – but a younger actor is also being sought who will presumably move to centre stage for succeeding films. Variety reports that Abrams »

- Ben Child

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Saturday Night Takeaway catches up but The Voice still tops ratings

9 March 2014 4:17 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

Ant & Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway pulled in its highest ratings of the current series so far last night (March 8), according to overnight data.

The third episode of the current 11th series attracted 6.65 million viewers and 28.89% of the audience share when it aired at 7pm on ITV. It gained an additional 356k (1.56%) on +1.

The long-running entertainment show was just 50,000 viewers behind the reigning ratings champion The Voice UK, which once again topped Saturday night's live viewing figures.

The BBC One show pulled in 6.7m (29.3%) as contestants faced off for the second bout of battle rounds at 7pm.

Casualty followed at 9.20pm with 5.03m (24%), while 3.49m (25.9%) watched the football highlights on Match of the Day at 10.30pm.

Over on BBC Two, Dad's Army entertained 1.38m (6.01%) at 8.15pm, followed by The Perfect Morecambe & Wise with 1.42m (6.26%) at 8.45pm. War drama 37 Days concluded with 1.27m (6.06%) at 9.15pm.

Back to ITV, Phillip Schofield's The Cube »

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Broadchurch leads Rts Programme Awards nominations

4 March 2014 6:11 AM, PST | The Guardian - TV News | See recent The Guardian - TV News news »

Olivia Colman and Jodie Whittaker hailed for ITV crime drama, while Channel 4 receives more nods than any other broadcaster

ITV's murder mystery drama Broadchurch is leading the field in the Royal Television Society Programme Awards nominations with a quartet of nods.

With 19 nominations, Channel 4 had more than any other broadcaster in the shortlists published on Tuesday. BBC1 had 12 nominations with seven for BBC2, eclipsed by 10 (across all its channels) for BSkyB. ITV bagged 15 nominations, with four for ITV2.

Broadchurch star Olivia Colman was nominated for best actress, alongside her fellow Broadchurch star Jodie Whittaker, and Sharon Rooney, for E4's My Mad Fat Teenage Diary in her first major TV role.

Broadchurch creator Chris Chibnall is nominated for best drama writer (along with Dennis Kelly for Utopia and Marlon Smith and Daniel Fajemisin-Duncan for Run, both on Channel 4) with the ITV show also in the running for best drama serial, »

- John Plunkett

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Emergency! Call the camera crew. How saving lives became prime-time gold

3 March 2014 6:40 AM, PST | The Guardian - TV News | See recent The Guardian - TV News news »

From the antiseptic routine of the wards to the thrill of a roadside rescue, we can't seem to get enough of medical documentaries – as new series An Hour to Save Your Life attests

A 31-year-old male has been "bulls-eyed" by a car and we're in the air ambulance, flying out from the Royal London hospital to a suburban street, where the man lies in a twisted, bloodied heap with his feet pointing in what even a layman would identify as the wrong direction. Known in the advanced trauma trade as a "Ped V Car" (pedestrian versus car), it's not looking good.

Take a deep breath, for this is TV's latest, in-your-face medical documentary format, An Hour To Save Your Life. We're are in the air and on the ground with unflappable, orange-clad paramedics as they attend patients "at the very edge of life" during the first "golden hour". Each 60-minute »

- Andrew Collins

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Clive Mantle 'shell shocked' after two men cleared of attack

25 February 2014 6:00 PM, PST | The Guardian - TV News | See recent The Guardian - TV News news »

Casualty and Holby City actor had part of his ear bitten off in incident in Newcastle hotel corridor

An actor best known for appearing in the BBC hospital dramas Casualty and Holby City said he was "utterly shell-shocked" after two men were cleared of an attack on him in which part of his ear was bitten off.

Clive Mantle said it was worrying that violent acts go unpunished after a jury cleared the men of GBH with intent and the lesser charge of GBH a jury.

Philip McGilvray, 33, admitted biting the 6ft 5in actor's ear after they clashed in a Newcastle hotel corridor in a late-night row over noise last March, but claimed self defence.

He and his friend Alan French, 32, also from Hamilton, Scotland, were cleared by a Newcastle crown court jury which deliberated for almost five hours.

Mantle, who also appeared in the hit Us show Game of Thrones, »

- Ben Quinn

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Silk; Horizon: How You Really Make Decisions – TV review

24 February 2014 11:50 PM, PST | The Guardian - TV News | See recent The Guardian - TV News news »

The brilliant Maxine Peake is wasted in the BBC's rather soulless drama about legal eagles' ups and downs

There can't be many professions with such intense highs and lows as a barrister has. Professional sports person maybe. Barista probably not; likewise television critic.

For Martha (Maxine Peake), it's a deep trough at the start of this first episode of series three of Silk (BBC1). The appeal of a client – an innocent client – is refused. Send him down! The poor man later kills himself.

To make things more miserable for Martha, her arch rival Clive (Rupert Penry-Jones) is the man of the moment; he has finally made QC and is having a big silk party (sounds sexier than it is). Martha consoles herself with the Clash and Joy Division. And with Clive, they appear to be a thing now, did we know that? Maybe love will tear them apart.

We did »

- Sam Wollaston

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Samuel Anderson: Who exactly is Doctor Who's newest star?

24 February 2014 9:47 AM, PST | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

Samuel Anderson was recently announced as the newest addition to the Doctor Who family.

Set to play teacher Danny Pink, Anderson will have a recurring role in the upcoming eighth series of the show, which will also mark Peter Capaldi's debut as the new Doctor.

To celebrate Doctor Who's new arrival, we at Digital Spy thought that we would bring you all there is to know about the Whovian man of the moment.

Samuel Anderson was born in 1984 and is best known for his role as police officer Ross Kirk in Emmerdale.

Anderson played the copper from 2007 to 2009, and despite his relatively brief time on the soap his character managed to cause quite a stir with storylines including affairs with Donna Dingle, drink-driving and being charged and imprisoned for a murder that he did not commit.

During his time on Emmerdale farm, Anderson also made a handful of »

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Ant & Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway returns to ITV with 6 million

23 February 2014 3:51 AM, PST | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

Ant & Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway returned to ITV to 6.05 million viewers last night (February 22), according to overnight data.

25.9% of the audience share tuned in to the first instalment of the entertainment show's 11th series when it aired at 7pm.

In the same timeslot on BBC One, The Voice UK continued to top Saturday night ratings, with 7.25m (31.2%) watching as Kylie Minogue, Tom Jones, will.i.am and Ricky Wilson completed their teams in the final round of blind auditions.

National Lottery: Who Dares Wins quizzed 5.37m (25.5%) at 8.30pm, while Casualty's latest episode attracted 4.83m (23.4%) at 9.20pm.

On BBC Two, 1.51m watched the highlights of Sochi 2014's penultimate day on Winter Olympics: Today at the Games at 7.10pm.

Top Gear followed at 8pm with 1.15m (5.15%), while The Culture Show pulled in 1.01m (4.85%) at 9pm.

Back on ITV, Take Me Out's current series came to an end with 3.67m (17.44%) hoping »

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Splash! final pulls in 3.79 million, down by 1.5m on last year

16 February 2014 4:36 AM, PST | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

Splash! pulled in 3.79 million viewers for last night's (February 15) final.

An audience share of 16.85% watched Diversity star Perri Kiely win the second series of the ITV diving show in its 7.20pm time slot. Viewing figures were down by more than 1.5m compared to the series one final - which was the most-watched show of the night when it aired last year.

Despite a dip of 780,000 from last week's show, The Voice UK continued to top Saturday night ratings with 7.66m (33.7%) at 7.10pm on BBC One.

National Lottery: Who Dares Wins followed at 8.30pm with 5.49m (25.4%), while medical drama Casualty pulled in 5.11m (24.4%) at 9.20pm.

BBC Two's Sochi 2014 coverage interested 2.12m (9.44%) when Winter Olympics: Today at the Games aired at 7pm. 1.3m (5.81%) tuned in to Top Gear at 8pm, while the Coen Brothers remake of True Grit entertained 1.76m (8.69%) at 9pm.

Back on ITV, dating show Take Me Out attracted »

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The Voice UK continues ratings success for BBC One with 8.44 million

9 February 2014 3:13 AM, PST | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

The Voice UK has topped Saturday night ratings once again, pulling in 8.44 million viewers during last night's (February 8) instalment, according to overnight data.

The BBC One singing show attracted 36.5% of the audience share when its fifth episode of the series aired at 7.10pm.

In the same timeslot on ITV, Tom Daley's Splash! continued with 2.61m (11.87%), as Richard Whitehead and Towie's Dan Osborne made it through to next week's live final.

Back on BBC One, National Lottery: Who Dares Wins drew an audience of 5.38m (24.5%) at 8.35pm, while the latest episode of Casualty was watched by 5.31m (25.5%) at 9.25pm.

Over on BBC Two, 2.76m (12%) caught the channel's coverage of Sochi 2014 with Winter Olympics: Today at the Games at 7pm.

Torvill & Dean: The Perfect Day attracted 2.13m (9.38%) at 8pm, with Dad's Army pulling in 1.73m (7.91%) at 9pm.

Back on ITV, Paddy McGuinness's dating show Take Me Out entertained 3.24m (14.9%) at 8.40pm, »

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