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16 items from 2014


Don Gilet's character to cause a stir in Holby City

22 hours ago | Virgin Media - TV | See recent Virgin Media - TV news »

Don Gilet has teased his character Jesse Law is set to cause a stir in 'Holby City'. The actor will grace screens later this month when his alter-ego makes his mark in the hospital after being employed as the new consultant anaesthetist. He told Inside Soap magazine: ''Jesse loves to be controversial. A couple of things happen where you question if he is dangerous or stable. I like that element because it is very ambiguous. ''He's very flirtatious as well. People try to put him in the box of lady-killer, player or heart-throb, but he's not that two-dimensional.'' Meanwhile, Don is known for »

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Tom Baker is happy Doctor Who cameo upset former stars

16 April 2014 2:15 AM, PDT | Virgin Media - TV | See recent Virgin Media - TV news »

Don Gilet has teased his character Jesse Law is set to cause a stir in 'Holby City'. The actor will grace screens later this month when his alter-ego makes his mark in the hospital after being employed as the new consultant anaesthetist. He told Inside Soap magazine: ''Jesse loves to be controversial. A couple of things happen where you question if he is dangerous or stable. I like that element because it is very ambiguous. ''He's very flirtatious as well. People try to put him in the box of lady-killer, player or heart-throb, but he's not that two-dimensional.'' Meanwhile, Don is known for »

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Dinosaurs Abound in New Stills From The Expedition

25 March 2014 8:45 AM, PDT | DreadCentral.com | See recent Dread Central news »

Dinosaurs. You put them in Anything and we will happily watch it! The next feature that is home to these real life monsters is The Expedition, and right now we have a bounty of new stills for you!

Adam Spinks' The Expedition stars Ben Loyd-Holmes (Skyfall, "Da Vinci’s Demons," "Torchwood"), Neil Newbon ("Holby City," "Hollyoaks"), Sarah MacDonnell ("Secret Diary of a Call Girl," Montana), Ernesto Cantu (World War Z), and Daniel Caren (The Girl Is Mime, The Hike) as well as Simon Burbage (Pulp: The Movie) and Dolores Reynals.

Synopsis

A research team led by a renowned and respected professor embark on an expedition deep within the Amazon to study vulnerable and endangered species. However, after a series of strange events, the superstitious guides abandon the team, who, faced with a tough decision, decide to remain deep in the jungle in an attempt to complete their study. »

- Uncle Creepy

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Jimmy McGovern epic Australian convict drama lands all-star cast

12 March 2014 10:05 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

Jimmy McGovern's epic new BBC Two drama series Banished has secured an impressive all-star cast list.

Being Human's Russell Tovey, Ripper Street's MyAnna Buring and Julian Rhind-Tutt (The Hour) will all star in the show, which is starting filming in Sydney, Australia next month.

Banished will follow the "lives, loves, relationships and battle for survival of a group of convicts" in New South Wales, Australia, 1788.

How the first convicts survived is the best story I've come across in over 30 years as a dramatist. When you've got something like that, you don't worry about the narrative; you just concentrate on the characters. That is what we did. Consequently, I don't think I've ever written anything so character-driven.Jimmy McGovern

Other cast members include Top of the Lake's David Wenham, Joseph Millson (Holby City), Ewan Bremner (Accused) and Orla Brady (Strike Back).

Banished will come to BBC Two »

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Ambitious Convict Drama "Banished" Announced

11 March 2014 9:42 PM, PDT | Dark Horizons | See recent Dark Horizons news »

See-Saw Films and Rsj Films are teaming to produce the period drama series "Banished" for the new premium channel BBC First.

"Cracker" and "Redfern Now" writer/producer Jimmy McGovern is penning the seven-part series which centers on events in the 18th century when Britain established its penal colony in Australia.

The ambitious series follows the lives, loves, relationships and battle for survival of a group of convicts, the marines that guard them and men who govern them.

David Wenham ("300") plays pragmatic idealistic Governor Arthur Phillip who wanted to turn the ramshackle settlement of Sydney into land of opportunity.

Joseph Millson ("Holby City") plays Major Ross, a man who thinks the only chance of survival is to rule with an iron fist. Russell Tovey ("Looking"), Myanna Buring ("Ripper Street") and Julian Rhind-Tutt ("The Hour") play convicts.

Dan Percival ("Death Comes To Pemberley") and Jeffrey Walker ("Jack Irish") are directing. Filming begins »

- Garth Franklin

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Neighbours actor James Mason joins indie film 36 Questions

10 March 2014 8:49 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

Neighbours star James Mason has landed a lead role in an upcoming independent film.

The 24-year-old has signed up for Australian feature 36 Questions, which centres around an unusual encounter for a couple who are on their first date.

Mason will fit in the new project alongside his role as Ramsay Street's Chris Pappas, as Neighbours will be on a short production break when the film shoot takes place.

Speaking to Digital Spy, the actor explained: "I'm really looking forward to getting stuck into it because it's going to be something completely different.

"We're currently in pre-production, so we're just going through everything now. They have a relatively short shoot, which coincides with our Neighbours production break coming up in April. They're going to use the good majority of that break to fit in most of my scenes.

"They've been really great with making it work. I'm obviously trying to give »

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Goodness Gracious Me cast to reunite for one-off special

7 March 2014 5:15 AM, PST | The Guardian - TV News | See recent The Guardian - TV News news »

The British Asian comedy, last seen on our screens in 2001, will return in a one-off, as part of BBC2's 50th-anniversary celebrations

Goodness Gracious Me, one of British TV's most successful Asian programmes, is to return for the first time since 2001.

The cast will reunite for a one-off special as part of BBC2's half-century celebrations. The news emerged after the BBC advertised for audience members to watch the filming. The advert read: "To celebrate 50 years of comedy on BBC2, the original cast of the award winning Goodness Gracious Me are back for a special one-off edition of the ground-breaking British Asian sketch show featuring new characters alongside some favourites from the original series in a wealth of brand new sketches."

The four stars – Sanjeev Bhaskar, Meera Syal, Nina Wadia and Kulvinder Ghir – all co-wrote the show, which began on Radio 4 in 1996 before transferring to BBC2 for three series in »

- Ben Beaumont-Thomas

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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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Chasing Shadows

26 February 2014 4:55 AM, PST | ScreenTerrier | See recent ScreenTerrier news »

Letitia Wright (represented by Identity Agency Group) joins the cast of new ITV four-part drama Chasing Shadows which focuses on the work of a missing persons field unit charged with tracking down serial killers who prey on impressionable and vulnerable people.

Letitia, one of Screenterrier's Top British Teenage Actresses from last year, starred in Channel 4's Top Boy and award-winning feature My Brother The Devil. She was also named as a Screen International Star of Tomorrow in 2012.

She will star alongside Noel Clarke, Reece Sheersmith and Alex Kingston.

Chasing Shadows is created and written by Rob Williams (Dci Banks, Holby City)and is currently filming in the South East for eight weeks. »

- noreply@blogger.com (ScreenTerrier)

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New Artwork and More Take You on a Prehistoric Expedition

25 February 2014 10:00 AM, PST | DreadCentral.com | See recent Dread Central news »

Know what makes me happy? When people take their waiting to be eaten asses out into the jungle and meet with all manner of life or death struggles. God forbid they can just stay home! Know what's even better? When said life or death struggles involve dinosaurs!

Adam Spinks' The Expedition stars Ben Loyd-Holmes (Skyfall, "Da Vinci’s Demons," "Torchwood"), Neil Newbon ("Holby City," "Hollyoaks"), Sarah MacDonnell ("Secret Diary of a Call Girl," Montana), Ernesto Cantu (World War Z), and Daniel Caren (The Girl Is Mime, The Hike) as well as Simon Burbage (Pulp: The Movie) and Dolores Reynals.

Synopsis

A research team led by a renowned and respected professor embark on an expedition deep within the Amazon to study vulnerable and endangered species. However, after a series of strange events, the superstitious guides abandon the team, who, faced with a tough decision, decide to remain deep in »

- Uncle Creepy

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'Slave' wins three Screen Nation awards

25 February 2014 2:52 AM, PST | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Chiwetel Ejiofor and Lupita Nyong’o take prizes at awards celebrating diversity.

Steve McQueen’s 12 Years a Slave was the big winner at the 9th Screen Nation Film & Television Awards in London last night.

The period drama won Favourite International Movie (made by or starring British talent), beating competition from The Butler, Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom and House at the End of the Street.

Chiwetel Ejiofor won Best Male Performance in a Film for his role in 12 Years a Slave, an award he previously picked up at the Screen Nation awards in 2003 for his role in Dirty Pretty Things.

Lupita Nyong’o, who co-starred alongside Ejiofor in McQueen’s period epic, picked up Favourite Female African Intl. Rising Screen Talent at the awards, which celebrate diversity in film and television.

Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom did not leave empty-handed as Naomie Harris was awarded Female Performance in Film.

Biyi Bandele’s Half of A Yellow Sun was »

- michael.rosser@screendaily.com (Michael Rosser)

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Doctor Who complete reviews: The Time of The Doctor

14 February 2014 3:33 AM, PST | Shadowlocked | See recent Shadowlocked news »

Sometimes, some of us Doctor Who aficionados are an ungrateful bunch. After spending more than a decade in the wilderness, the programme was brought back into the fold and welcomed with open arms and critical acclaim. And yet, from time to time, us fans just can't resist the odd grumble when things don't quite go our way. Me myself, I'm guilty as charged – if the era of Russell T Davies was, by and large, very much to my liking (albeit with one or two scowls), the last couple of years haven't thrilled me so much. A good chunk of my last few reviews, in particular, have read like the frenzied burblings of Victor Meldrew.

Which kind of makes me feel a bit sad. I tuned into the behind-the-scenes documentary of the last story, The Time Of The Doctor, and evidently, everyone was giving it 110% to make Matt Smith go out with a bang. »

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Gregg Henry Upped To Regular On ‘The Killing’, Sarah-Jane Potts Joins ‘Gracepoint’

12 February 2014 10:15 AM, PST | Deadline TV | See recent Deadline TV news »

Gregg Henry has been promoted to a regular for the fourth and final season of The Killing on Netflix. He will reprise his role as Detective Carl Reddick, which he originated as a recurring last season, appearing in 10 of the 12 episodes from Season 3 on AMC. Henry, repped by Domain, also recurred on ABC’s Scandal and will be seen in Marvel’s  Guardians Of The Galaxy.  British actress Sarah-Jane Potts (Felicity) has joined Fox’s 10-hour event series Gracepoint, a remake of the UK’s Broadchurch. She will play Gemma, a sharp and flirty British woman who owns the town’s hotel where Detective Emmett Carver (David Tennant) is staying. The role has been recast, with Potts replacing Georgina Rylance. Potts, repped by Pakula/King and managers Martin Berneman & Meghan Schumacher, recently did a stint on long-running BBC series Holby City. »

- NELLIE ANDREEVA

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Growing Up Down's preview: Powerful documentary is brilliant TV

3 February 2014 9:25 AM, PST | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

BBC Three gets a terrible rep for producing duff sitcoms and crude teen trash. In some cases, quite rightly. However, if we're going to berate the channel for its worst moments, we should also take the time to salute its best. And tonight's one-off documentary Growing Up Down's is BBC Three at its very best.

The documentary follows the story of the Blue Apple Theatre group as they prepare for a nationwide tour of Hamlet. Every actor in the group has a disability and most of them have Down's Syndrome. There is tension, there are romances and there is fighting - standard fare for any touring theatre company or close group of friends - but Growing Up captures the whole thing with raw intimacy and honesty.

The star of the group is Tommy, who eagle-eyed telly fans may recognise from roles in Doctors, Holby and the drama Coming Down the Mountain. »

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Screen Nation to honour Felix Dexter

23 January 2014 6:46 AM, PST | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Posthumous award announced as nominations revealed for the 9th Screen Nation Film & Television Awards.

Guest announcers Fernand Frimpong Jnr, from Vox Africa, and Venus vs.Mars actress Letitia Hector revealed the nominations in London (see below for full list).

Felix Dexter, the late comedian and actor, will be posthumously awarded the Edric Connor Inspiration award.

Actor-director Bill Duke, best known for his roles in Commando and Predator, is to receive the Outstanding Contribution award.

Honorary awards will also be bestowed on classic works such as Do the Right Thing, The Cosby Show and Desmond’s.

The awards ceremony will take place at Park Plaza Riverbank Hotel in London on Feb 23. The ceremony will be hosted by the Ali Baba, known as the Godfather of Nigerian comedy, and Caroline Chikezie, best known for her role in Us series 24, starring Kiefer Sutherland.

Voting for the nominees in all categories will be open to the public from today (Jan 23) until »

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Screen Nation to honour late Felix Dexter

23 January 2014 6:46 AM, PST | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Posthumous award announced as nominations revealed for the 9th Screen Nation Film & Television Awards.

Guest announcers Fernand Frimpong Jnr, from Vox Africa, and Venus vs.Mars actress Letitia Hector revealed the nominations in London (see below for full list).

Felix Dexter, the late comedian and actor, will be posthumously awarded the Edric Connor Inspiration award.

Actor-director Bill Duke, best known for his roles in Commando and Predator, is to receive the Outstanding Contribution award.

Honorary awards will also be bestowed on classic works such as Do the Right Thing, The Cosby Show and Desmond’s.

The awards ceremony will take place at Park Plaza Riverbank Hotel in London on Feb 23. The ceremony will be hosted by the Ali Baba, known as the Godfather of Nigerian comedy, and Caroline Chikezie, best known for her role in Us series 24, starring Kiefer Sutherland.

Voting for the nominees in all categories will be open to the public from today (Jan 23) until »

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