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Jackson-Cohen, Arango, Posner Set For ‘The Healer’ (Exclusive)

16 March 2015 7:10 AM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Madrid – Brit actor Oliver Jackson-Cohen (NBC’s “Dracula,”  “World Without End”) will star in “The Healer,” a feel-good drama marking Spanish director Paco Arango’s follow-up to his standout 2011 debut “Maktub” that will be produced by Enrique Posner (“Tie Me Up! Tie Me Down!” “Pan’s Labyrinth,” ”Justin and the Knights of Valor”).

Based on what Posner describes as a “highly personal original script,” “The Healer” is in itself a highly singular and inspiring project, yoking Arango’s love of filmmaking and his continuing life battle to help children fight cancer: A large portion of the proceeds from “The Healer” will be destined to help Paul Newman’s camps for seriously ill children (https://www.seriousfunnetwork.org/), where Arango is a board member.

Written by Arango, and set to roll June 6 in Halifax, Nova Scotia, “The Healer” is produced by Arango and Posner, using Arango’s Calcon shingle, and by »

- John Hopewell

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Aidan Turner strips off for Poldark – a nation swoons

16 March 2015 2:29 AM, PDT | The Guardian - TV News | See recent The Guardian - TV News news »

What we learned from the weekend’s TV: everyone will be flocking to the south-west this summer after Poldark’s ‘Mr Darcy’ moment, Comic Relief was better than the usual hit-and-miss affair – and can anyone explain what The Voice is playing at?

Poldark appears on first impressions to be slow and old-fashioned – and I say this as someone who used to be obsessed with Lark Rise to Candleford – but there’s something compelling about it. And then, on Sunday, we got to the cotillion. And the swimming. Oh, Lord. There isn’t enough sea off the coast of Cornwall to cool a woman down after that.

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- Viv Groskop

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BBC’s Susan Hogg to Lead Drama at Studio Lambert as it Targets U.S. Scripted Market

12 February 2015 3:02 AM, PST | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

London — Susan Hogg, a senior drama executive producer at the BBC, is set to join Studio Lambert as head of drama and president, scripted programming.

Hogg, who has been at the BBC for 14 years, has overseen a broad range of series including “Five Daughters,” “Lark Rise to Candleford,” “The Paradise,” “Survivors,” “Waking the Dead” and “The Fades.”

Hogg was previously head of drama at Granada Television, where she set up ITV series “Grafters” and “A&E.” Before that she was one of the founding executives of United Productions, where she oversaw the creation of “Where the Heart Is,” “Touching Evil” and “No Child of Mine,” which won a BAFTA.

Studio Lambert chief executive, Stephen Lambert, signed a new five-year deal with All3Media two weeks ago that provided the funding to launch a drama department at Studio Lambert. The company formerly focused on unscripted shows like “Undercover Boss.”

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- Leo Barraclough

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Watch Miranda in the new Call the Midwife series 4 trailer

7 January 2015 9:45 AM, PST | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

A trailer for the fourth series of Call the Midwife has been revealed.

A new character joins Nonnatus House and there's news of engagements and infidelity in the clip.

Post by BBC One.

New pictures from the fourth series of the BBC One drama were also recently released.

Jenny Agutter, Helen George and Miranda Hart are all returning as their characters for the new series, as are Ben Caplan, Laura Main and Stephen McGann.

Emerald Fennell will also return as her character of Patsy, while Judy Parfitt reprises her role of Sister Monica Joan.

Joining the cast for series four are Fresh Meat actress Charlotte Ritchie and Lark Rise to Candleford's Linda Bassett, who will play nurses Barbara Gilbert and Phyllis Crane.

The fourth series of the drama will see Nonnatus House facing new challenges in 1960.

Call the Midwife has been recommissioned for a fifth series, returning for a »

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Call the Midwife series 4: See new pictures from BBC's hit nursing drama

6 January 2015 7:20 AM, PST | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

New pictures from the fourth series of Call the Midwife have been released.

The images show both new and returning characters in BBC One's drama, which follows the nuns and nurses of Nonnatus House.

Jenny Agutter, Helen George and Miranda Hart are all returning as their characters, as well as Ben Caplan, Laura Main and Stephen McGann.

Emerald Fennell will also return as her character of Patsy, while Judy Parfitt reprises her role of Sister Monica Joan.

Joining the cast for series four is Fresh Meat actress Charlotte Ritchie and Lark Rise to Candleford's Linda Bassett, who will play Nurses Barbara Gilbert and Phyllis Crane.

The fourth series of the drama will see Nonnatus House facing new challenges in 1960.

Call the Midwife has been recommissioned for a fifth series, returning for a Christmas special in 2015 as well as eight hour-long episodes in 2016.

The fourth series will air in »

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