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Sue Perkins for new BBC Two documentary series Himalaya

21 April 2015 10:20 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

Sue Perkins has been confirmed for new BBC Two documentary series Himalaya.

The comedian and presenter will host the show, travelling across the South Asian mountain range over the course of the series.

Himalaya with Sue Perkins is among a host of newly commissioned BBC Two documentaries.

Also confirmed is This World - Children of the Gaza War, which takes a closer look at the lives of young people affected by conflicts in the Middle East.

Elsewhere, Britian's Forgotten Slave Owners will focus on the UK's dark history of slavery, while Let Us Entertain You will chronicle popular culture in post-war Britain.

Other newly commissioned history documentaries include Professor Mary Beard's Meet the Roman Empire and Neil Oliver and Alice Roberts' Celts.

New documentary The Detectives follows a specialised Greater Manchester Police unit as they attempt to tackle sex offences, while Horizon: Cosmic Dawn explores the moment »

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Monday’s best TV

8 March 2015 11:00 PM, PDT | The Guardian - TV News | See recent The Guardian - TV News news »

Conan Doyle tracks the horse-ripper in Arthur & George, life gets tougher in 10,000Bc and Horizon unravels The Mystery Of Murder. Plus: Vic and Bosh get creative in House Of Fools and David Attenborough celebrates the salamander

Episode two of ITV’s Sherlock-adjacent drama, based on true events and loosely adapted from the 2005 Julian Barnes novel. Sir Arthur Conan Doyle (Martin Clunes, with convincing Scottish burr and semi-convincing moustache) continues his investigation into the conviction of solicitor George Edalji (Arsher Ali) for a series of grisly horse rippings. With the aid of his faithful secretary Woodie (Charles Edwards), Doyle looks for fresh leads in the village of Great Wyrley, causing friction with the local coppers. Graeme Virtue

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- Graeme Virtue, Ali Catterall, Jonathan Wright, Ben Arnold, Hannah J Davies, Mark Jones and Rachel Aroesti

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How to Train Your Dragon 2, The Simpsons and Disney Mickey Mouse win big at the 42nd annual Annie Awards

1 February 2015 9:46 AM, PST | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

The 42nd annual Annie Awards took place on Saturday night, with DreamWorks Animation’s How to Train Your Dragon 2 bagging six honours including Best Animated Feature and Best Directing in an Animated Feature Production. The top TV honour – Best General Audience Animated Television/Broadcast Production – went to Fox’s The Simpsons, while Disney Micky Mouse picked up five awards.

Here’s the full list of nominations, with the winners highlighted in bold and red…

Animated feature

Big Hero 6″ – Walt Disney Animation Studios

Cheatin'” – Plymptoons Studio

How to Train Your Dragon 2″ – DreamWorks Animation

Song of the Sea” – Gkids/Cartoon Saloon

The Book of Life” – Reel FX

The Boxtrolls” – Focus Features/Laika

The Lego Movie” – Warner Bros. Pictures

The Tale of the Princess Kaguya” – Gkids/Studio Ghibli

Animated special production

Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey” – Voyager Pictures LLC

“Dawn of the Dragon Racers” – DreamWorks Animation

How Murray Saved Christmas” – Universal Television »

- Gary Collinson

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DVD/Bluray Review: Supernova

11 January 2015 1:59 PM, PST | | See recent Icons of Fright news »

Scream Factory has been releasing a pretty steady amount of hits when it comes to releasing some genuinely great (and most of the time, beloved) long lost, out of print or just fan favorite films from the ’70s/’80s and all of the way up to films of today. Most of the time, the releases are warranted and fans celebrate getting HD transfers of films they hold dear…most of the time.

Fast forward to Supernova, the James Spader and Angela Bassett-led 2000 sci-fi horror film that was marred by multiple directors, editors, reshoots and eventually the miracle of being released, given its circumstances. While most genre fans might pass on this one, it’s an interesting release from a company that always has some nifty tricks up their sleeves, even if said tricks is releasing one of the most confusingly studio-tampered films of all time.

Supernova (2000)

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- Jerry Smith

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