2 items from 2015
After small roles in The Sick House and A Lonely Place To Die, plus a series of appearances in TV series Persona, Gillian McGregor had her first major leading role in Beyond, the story of a couple at war with one another as a large, unknown object hurtles toward the Earth. Her performance dominates the film and is sure to bring her to wider attention. As it’s released on DVD this week, I caught up with her to ask how she became involved with the film.
“Lizzie, the producer, contacted my agent,” she says. “Well, I went in for casting and I really thought I blew it. I tend to get a feeling for how it’s gone. But then I got called back.” She laughs, remembering her excitement; it’s odd to hear such a light-hearted sound after watching her fierce and unhappy creation in Beyond. »
- Jennie Kermode
Still Open All Hours remained on top of the ratings on Sunday evening, overnight data reveals.
BBC Two's live darts coverage attracted 2.54m (11.1%) from 5.45pm. Kate Humble's Into the Volcano intrigued 1.14m (5.0%) at 9.15pm, followed by Paul Hollywood's Racing Legends with 770,000 (5.5%) at 10.15pm.
On ITV, All Star Family Misfortunes entertained 2.99m (13.2%) at 7pm (158k/0.6% on +1), while Foyle's War continued with 4.33m (17.5%) at 8pm (401k/1.9%).
Channel 4's Phil Spencer: Secret Agent brought in 845k (3.7%) at 7pm (158k/0.6%), followed by The Hotel with 1.44m (5.8%) at 8pm (98k/0.4%) and Walking the Nile with 1.74m (7.0%) at 9pm (202k/1.2%).
On Channel 5, Aladdin »
2 items from 2015
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