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5 December 2011 3:00 PM, PST | ScifiMafia | See recent ScifiMafia news »

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Starring: Matt Smith, Karen Gillan, Arthur Darvill, Alex Kingston

Directed by: Julian Simpson, Toby Haynes, Jeremy Webb, Richard Clark

Written by: Steven Moffat, Matthew Graham, Neil Gaiman »

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Christopher Eccleston in 'The Fuse': First Look - picture

10 November 2011 1:01 AM, PST | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

A photograph of Christopher Eccleston filming his new BBC One drama The Fuse has been released. The drama, penned by Lark Rise to Candleford writer Bill Gallagher, stars Eccleston as a council official who has become increasingly disillusioned over the years. After an alcohol-fuelled night, Eccleston's character Daniel realises that he may be responsible for a murder, just as an act of redemption raises his public profile and lands him in the race for Mayor. The release of the photograph comes as it emerged that Dervla Kirwan has joined the cast as Daniel's wife Alex, while Ewen Bremner will play council official Jerry. Lyndsey Marshal will star as Daniel's sister Lucy, Andrew Scott will play (more) »

- By Catriona Wightman

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'Downton Abbey' Rob James Collier joins ITV's 'Love Life'

1 November 2011 4:30 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

Downton Abbey star Rob James Collier has signed up for a lead role in ITV's new romantic drama Love Life. He will star opposite Dci Banks actress Andrea Lowe in the show, the broadcaster announced today. Love Life, which has been written by Lark Rise to Candleford and Conviction scribe Bill Gallagher, focuses on the relationship between Collier's character Joe and Lowe's Lucy. After Lucy pressures him to settle down, Joe goes travelling for a year - but when he returns, he discovers that Lucy is now (more) »

- By Catriona Wightman

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Ben Daniels to appear in 'Merlin' series four

27 September 2011 1:46 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

Ben Daniels has revealed that he will appear in the new series of Merlin. The actor made the announcement on Twitter, confirming that he had "just wrapped" filming on the fantasy drama's fourth series. "Who knew Merlin would be so much fun?" he wrote. "Had a ball. I'm gonna miss racing round the forest." Daniels recently played James Steel on ITV1's Law & Order: UK and has also appeared in episodes of Spooks and Lark Rise to Candleford. His film credits include 2005 video game adaptation Doom and (more) »

- By Morgan Jeffery

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National Television Awards 2012: The nominees

26 September 2011 4:01 PM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

The full list of nominees for the National Television Awards 2012, to be held in London in January, is as follows: Talent Show

Britain's Got Talent

Dancing On Ice

Got To Dance

Let's Dance for Comic Relief

Popstar to Operastar

So You Think You Can Dance

Strictly Come Dancing

The X Factor Comedy Panel Show

8 Out of 10 Cats

Celebrity Juice

Have I Got News For You

Mock The Week

Odd One In

Pointless

Qi

Would I Lie To You? Drama

Above Suspicion: Deadly Intent

Case Histories

Casualty

CSI: Crime Scene Investigation

Dci Banks: Aftermath

Doc Martin

Doctor Who

Downton Abbey

Glee

Holby City

Hustle

Inspector George Gently

Kidnap and Ransom

Lark Rise to Candleford

Law & Order: UK

Lewis

Luther

Merlin

Midsomer Murders

Monroe

New Tricks

Scott (more) »

- By Catriona Wightman

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'Love Life' romance drama to air on ITV

22 September 2011 4:55 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

ITV has ordered a new drama called Love Life. The three-part series focuses on the relationship between Lucy and Joe, who split up when Joe decides to travel the world after Lucy suggests having a baby. While Joe is away, Lucy ends up having an affair with her married boss. She eventually breaks up with him, only for Joe to return to her life. Joe is still hoping to get back with Lucy, but he is being pursued by a woman called Alex whom he met while travelling. The drama, which has been penned by Conviction, The Prisoner and Lark Rise To Candleford writer Bill Gallagher, is expected to use flashbacks to help viewers find out what happened in the (more) »

- By Catriona Wightman

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The Inbetweeners become Chickens

29 August 2011 2:27 AM, PDT | ScreenTerrier | See recent ScreenTerrier news »

The Inbetweeners' Joe Thomas and Simon Bird go back in time for a new comedy - where they chicken out of World War One.

They have teamed up with Thomas's long-term writing partner Jonny Sweet for a new show, Chickens, about three young men who avoid joining the army during the First World War. 

Chickens is a Channel 4 comedy, made by Big Talk Productions, which is about three youngsters who avoid combat in the First World War: George (played by Thomas) is a conscientious objector, Cecil (Bird) would love to be fighting for queen and country but his flat feet mean the army won't have him - and then there's Bert (Sweet), a "philandering scaredy-cat" on the run.

The comedy is based around how the three can win over the women of the village.

The young ladies of Rittle-On-Sea are played by a talented roster of actresses: comedienne Sarah Daykin, »

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Another Teasing Cowboys & Aliens Clip Hints At Aliens

14 July 2011 10:00 AM, PDT | HeyUGuys.co.uk | See recent HeyUGuys news »

Putting clear water between its release date and that of the other big hitters of the summer may prove to be Cowboys and Aliens’ master stroke.

As Thor, Fast & Furious 5, X-Men, Green Lantern, Transformers and even Harry Potter eventually fade, C&A will have the cinemas to itself. Of course, this could utterly backfire, with audiences gorged and bloated on sci-fi and action spectacle and deciding to stay at home to watch repeats of Lark Rise to Candleford.

What is certain for the time being is that Jon Favreau and the marketing team at Universal/Dreamworks are doing a sterling job of teasing out the publicity material and not giving us too much too soon. It’s refreshing, though I will no doubt eat my words when, to my dismay, in a few days time we get one of those “see the first five minutes of C&A!” clips.

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- Dave Roper

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Lark Rise to Candleford writer to adapt Zola novel for BBC1

17 June 2011 10:06 AM, PDT | The Guardian - TV News | See recent The Guardian - TV News news »

Series based on The Ladies Paradise tells story of a young girl in 1890s working in department store after death of her father

The writer of Lark Rise to Candleford is to return to BBC1 with a new series based on French novelist Emile Zola's The Ladies' Paradise, a rags to riches story about a young girl in the 1890s.

Bill Gallagher's adaptation of Flora Thompson's memoir of her Oxfordshire childhood into the series Lark Rise to Candleford has proved a hit with BBC1's Sunday night audience.

His reworking of Zola's novel will focus on the adventures of a young girl who falls in love with the intoxicating charms of the modern world while working in the glamorous world of the first ever department store in a booming northern city.

"This project has been close to my heart for a long time and I'm thrilled to »

- Ben Dowell

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'Lark Rise To Candleford' writer pens new BBC drama

17 June 2011 8:05 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

Lark Rise To Candleford writer Bill Gallagher has started work on a new drama for BBC One. The Ladies' Paradise, which is based on a novel by Emile Zola, is set in the 1890s. It focuses on Denise, a young girl who is made homeless after the death of her father and moves to the city. She begins working at the first ever department store but soon discovers that there is a darker side to the shop. "This project has been close to my heart for a long time and I'm thrilled to be making it with the BBC," Gallagher said. "The Ladies' Paradise is set at exactly the same time as Lark Rise, but now we're in the city, at a (more) »

- By Catriona Wightman

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The CW Chooses Witches Over Zombies & Angels: Secret Circle Picked Up, Awakening And Heavenly Dropped

18 May 2011 5:00 PM, PDT | ScifiMafia | See recent ScifiMafia news »

The CW has made its picks for the fall and the adaptation of the witchy L.J. Smith series, Secret Circle, helmed by The Vampire Diaries executive producer Kevin Williamson, is a go. However, two other supernatural series Awakening and Heavenly have been passed over.

Secret Circle, a show also based on another series by The Vampire Diaries author, L.J. Smith, stars Britt Robertson (Life Unexpected), Thomas Dekker (Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles), Natasha Henstridge (Drop Dead Diva, Eli Stone), and Phoebe Tonkin (Smallville).

Awakening was a series described as The Vampire Diaries meets The Walking Dead by Canadian writer-producers William Laurin and Glenn Davis (The Listener).

Heavenly was a show that followed a former angel and an attorney who team up to save people, starring Lauren Cohan (Chuck, The Vampire Diaries) and Ben Aldridge (Lark Rise to Candleford).

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- Lillian 'zenbitch' Standefer

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Christopher Ecclestone signs for 'The Fuse'

6 May 2011 4:57 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

Christopher Ecclestone has signed up for a role in BBC One thriller The Fuse. The former Doctor Who actor will play a politician with a guilty secret in the psychological drama, according to The Mirror. Penned by Lark Rise To Candleford writer Bill Gallagher, the plot follows a candidate for mayor, who is attempting to cover up a drunken murder. "Bill has written a fantastic five-episode drama about (more) »

- By Alex Fletcher

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'Eternal Law' cast unveiled by ITV

27 April 2011 7:14 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

ITV has unveiled the cast of highly-anticipated drama series Eternal Law, which is being made by the creators of Life On Mars and Ashes to Ashes. The Kudos production is currently shooting principal photography for the six-part series, which has been penned by Ashley Pharoah and Matthew Graham. Samuel West (Any Human Heart, Van Helsing) is cast as Zak Gist, an angel sent down to earth to help a community, while Ukweli Roach (Streetdance 3D) plays angel newcomer Tom Greening who is always getting into scrapes. The pair work as lawyers and they attempt to highlight humans' failings and faults through their work. Hattie Morahan (Sense and Sensibility, Lark Rise to Candleford) plays a love interest for Zak and Tobias Menzie is adversary (more) »

- By Alex Fletcher

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Lark Rise to Candleford: Complete Collection - DVD Review

25 April 2011 7:46 AM, PDT | Monsters and Critics | See recent Monsters and Critics news »

Lark Rise to Candleford is a treat! This gentle yet realistic look at life in a hamlet and the market town close by takes viewers right in to the environment of the end of the 19th and beginning of the 20th century. Life is changing from the .old ways. as new technologies and new ideas make their way into rural England. Beautifully filmed with a cast of regular and guest stars, this will delight fans of dramas such as Little House on the Prarie and Avonlea as well as BBC.s beloved adaptations of Charles Dickens and Jane Austen. There is a family feel to this series, with humor and strength of character as part of the lives »

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Just for a moment, I wanted a burkini too | Barbara Ellen

23 April 2011 4:06 PM, PDT | The Guardian - Film News | See recent The Guardian - Film News news »

Nigella Lawson has been a victim of ludicrous beach protocol

My first thought on seeing Nigella Lawson in the burkini on Australia's Bondi Beach, was: "Do I want one?" Lifelong sun-phobic, beach-hating, bikini-loathing, miserable Victor Meldrew of the Sands sociopath that I am, would a burkini prove to be the answer to my non-Muslim prayers? Nope, I concluded, not when it made even the beautiful Nigella resemble a goth Oompa Loompa.

However, for a second there – just a second – I seriously considered whether I wanted a burkini and I bet quite a few other women out there fleetingly (ludicrously) considered it too. "Wrapping myself in a giant, sun-protective, sharia-friendly romper suit, with only my face showing, an outfit I'd never remotely consider for any other area of my life… could this [yearning gasp] be my new 'Beach Look'?" Well, no, probably not. The fact that it might be considered, even briefly, has »

- Barbara Ellen

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Coming Home Again: An Advance Review of Upstairs Downstairs on PBS' Masterpiece

8 April 2011 9:47 AM, PDT | Televisionary | See recent Televisionary news »

"Home is not where you live, but where they understand you." - Christian Morganstern My, how time flies: It's been more than three decades since Rose Buck (Jean Marsh) walked out of the front door of 165 Eaton Place and into the future. For those of us who grew up on Upstairs, Downstairs (created by Marsh and Dame Eileen Atkins) watching the repeats on PBS or on DVD later, the show--which depicted the lives of the wealthy Bellamy clan and their servants below stairs--defined the period drama, transforming the stuffy recreations of aristos into a soap opera teeming with the hopes and dreams (and failures and foibles) of both the masters and the servants of a great London house. While there have been countless adaptations of period-set literature over the years (Austen and Dickens remain always in style), recently viewers have seen a resurgence in open-ended, serialized period dramas. Lark Rise to Candleford »

- Jace

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the oh-yes! DVD of the week: ‘Lark Rise to Candleford: Season Four’

4 April 2011 3:05 AM, PDT | www.flickfilosopher.com | See recent FlickFilosopher news »

I caught some of the latest (and, sadly, it seems, the last) series of the BBC’s Lark Rise to Candleford when I arrived in London in January. My interest was piqued when I heard my 70something aunt and her grandchildren (my cousins), nine- and 13-year-old girls, gossiping about the characters as if they knew the Victorian villagers who populate the show. I figured any series that excites kids and grannies alike has got to be worth a look. And it was. Now I’m hooked, and have four years’ worth of the show to go back to. Gentle in a way that is rarely seen on British or American TV these day -- when both are dominated by gritty crime dramas and meanspirited comedies and reality shows -- it tells the simple, funny, bittersweet tales of the people of Lark Rise, a 19th-century Oxfordshire village, and Candleford, the slightly more sophisticated town nearby. »

- MaryAnn Johanson

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Let's stop this Top of the Pops revival in its tracks

30 March 2011 8:08 AM, PDT | The Guardian - TV News | See recent The Guardian - TV News news »

Though great in its day, the world does not need the return of a weekly half-hour ghetto for pop music

BBC Four is hosting a Top of the Pops night this Friday. From then on, the classic Thursday night slot will see episodes screened weekly, from that equivalent week, starting from 1976. Which, of course, is great: everyone loves a good Pan's People montage and the chance to see vintage Madonna clips. Except, of course, that's not where it will end. Next thing you know, it will have inspired another Facebook group, another Twitter hashtag and another guileless attempt to bring the thing back. Not in my name.

Top of the Pops was great and necessary in its day, but the world has changed. Think about what this campaign actually suggests: the return of a weekly half-hour ghetto for pop music, based around the singles chart, predicated on the idea that »

- Dan Martin

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Faster – review

26 March 2011 5:05 PM, PDT | The Guardian - Film News | See recent The Guardian - Film News news »

Dwayne Johnson, the impassive, former wrestling star known as the Rock, plays a getaway driver for a team of bank robbers whose loot was hijacked by another gang and nearly all of whom were murdered in cold blood. Miraculously, he survives with a metal plate in his head and is released after a decade in jail, to wreak revenge on the killers. But why is he being followed by a British hitman whose face is familiar from Lark Rise to Candleford? Is there any reason for him to make no attempt to disguise his identity while stalking around the California town of Bakersfield? Who is the unseen Mr Big who masterminded the massacre? The answers to these questions prove to be not particularly interesting, and the religiose conclusion appears to be a bid for support from the Bible Belt.

ThrillerAction and adventurePhilip French

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- Philip French

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Lauren Cohan Snags Female Lead in The CW’s Heavenly New Pilot

21 March 2011 4:00 PM, PDT | ScifiMafia | See recent ScifiMafia news »

Lauren Cohan is returning to the CW with the lead female role in Heavenly, a new pilot about a dedicated San Francisco attorney and a former angel who have paired up to “save the futures” of the people they help. Cohan will play Lily DeMarco, “a deceptively young and friendly” young attorney at a legal aid clinic. Her cohort is Dashiel Coffee (played by Ben Aldridge of Lark Rise to Candleford), a “former angel only recently turned human” who tries to save the souls of those Lily saves in court.

[Above: Lauren Cohan in middle between Sarah and Chuck]

Cohan has guest starred as broker/thief of supernatural objects, Bela Talbot, in the CW’s Supernatural and the vampire, Rose, in the CW’s The Vampire Diaries. She is currently guest starring in NBC’s Chuck as Vivian McArthur, baddie Volkoff’s (Timothy Dalton) estranged daughter.

[Above: Ben Aldridge, Ryan Eggold, Elizabeth Ho]

Also cast in Heavenly is Ryan Eggold (90210) who will play Owen Moretti, “a »

- Lillian 'zenbitch' Standefer

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