TV

Fame After Britain’s Got Talent for First Four Winners

October 25, 2018

Created by Simon Cowell, Britain’s Got Talent started in June 2007 and still continues to search for new talent, while it involves the public via voting. Due to its massive success, the millions of fans from around the globe hooked on watching the nervous competitors, and the fame participants enjoy after the show, it has […]

Read More

Last Season of Big Bang Theory

October 21, 2018

CBS confirmed that season twelve will be the end of the phenomenally popular Big Bang Theory. Everyone knew at some stage the series would end and so did the cast, yet none were truly prepared for that day, not the fans and most certainly not the cast, left in tears once the announcement made the […]

Read More

The Dream of Having ‘Friends’ Return Crushed

October 8, 2018

Anyone who has had the experience of watching ten series of Friends have joined the large group of people wishing they would do just one more season or at least appear in a movie together. Over the last few years, talks about a possible reunion has come up multiple times, and there was an actual […]

Read More

White Bird Passes, The (BBC 1980 with Isobel Black, Phyllis Logan and Jessie Kesson)

March 27, 2018

UK / BBC-2 / 1×90 minute episode / Broadcast 24 April 1980 Writer and Director: Mike Radford / Book: Jessie Kesson / Producer: James Hunter Period drama. A young girl grows up in the North East of Scotland. Phyllis Logan who has one of the pivotal roles here would go on to appear in Radford’s […]

Read More

Why Didn’t They Ask Evans? (ITV 1980 with Francesca Annis, James Warwick and John Gielgud)

November 15, 2013

UK / ITV – London Weekend Television / 1×185 minute episodes / Broadcast 30 March 1980 Writer: Pat Sandys / Producer: Jack Williams / Novel: Agatha Christie / Production Design: Bryan Bagge, Frank Nerini / Music: Joseph Horowitz / Executive Producer: Tony Wharmby / Directors: John Davies, Tony Wharmby Period crime drama. A pair of […]

Read More

Who Is Mary Morrison? (BBC-2 1965 with Jess Conrad, Beryl Reid and Anita Harris)

November 15, 2013

UK / BBC-2 / 1×45 minute episode / Broadcast 16 January 1965 Writer, Producer and Director: Douglas Moodie / Music: Bill McGuffie / Lyrics: Bob Halfin A kind of light entertainment fantasia on the life of Robbie Burns. cast Beryl Reid as Maggie Jess Conrad as Bobby Christine Holmes as Elizabeth Pamela Hart as Mary […]

Read More

Whip Hand, The (BBC-2 1975 with Sean Flanagan, Milton Johns and Lindsay Dunn)

November 15, 2013

UK / BBC-2 / 1×85 minute episode / Broadcast 19 November 1975 Producer: Kenith Trodd / Devisor and Director: Les Blair  Semi improvised drama. A young trainee jockey faces problems. cast Sean Flanagan as Jimmy Lindsay Dunn as Bobby Mick Dillon as Pat Donovan Milton Johns as Mark Loughton Anthony Trent as Steve Reg Stewart […]

Read More

Up The Women (BBC-4 2013 with Jessica Hynes, Rebecca Front and Emma Pierson)

November 15, 2013

UK / BBC-4 / 3×30 minute episodes / Broadcast from Thursday 30 May 2013 @ 8.30pm Writer: Jessica Hynes / Executive Producers: Henry Normal, Mark Freeland and Lindsay Hughes / Producer: Emma Strain / Director: Christine Gernon Period sitcom set in 1910 and mostly in the Banbury Church Hall where the Members of the Intricate […]

Read More

Sunday Night Theatre: Whose Life Is It Anyway (ITV 1972 with Ian McShane, Suzanne Neve and Philip Latham)

November 15, 2013

UK / ITV – Granada / 1×60 minute episode / Broadcast 12 March 1972 Writer: Brian Clark / Producer: Peter Eckersley / Director: Richard Everitt Series: Sunday Night Theatre Drama. A young paralysed sculptor declares he would rather not live. cast Ian McShane as Ken Harrison Suzanne Neve as Doctor Joan Scott John Welsh as Mr […]

Read More

Les Dawson: An Audience With That Never Was (ITV 1 June 2013 with Bruce Forsyth and Cilla Black)

November 15, 2013

UK / ITV / 1×60 minute episode / Broadcast Saturday 1 June 2013 @ 8.30pm Executive Producers: Glen Middleham, Claudia Rosencrantz A clever one this, albeit a little bit off. In 1993 when Les Dawson died he was in the midst of recording an edition of An Audience With… Now using the latest modern technology […]

Read More