But just how much of that gruesome first episode really happened? And did he really look like Kit Harington? The answer to the first question, according to contemporary accounts, seems to have been an emphatic yes: Catesby was a passionate rebel and devout Catholic, who believed evidently that violence in the name of the right cause was justified. He also, as indicated by his portrayal in the series, seems to have been a man with a gift for inspiring others. And to the second question? That said, contemporary images of Robert show him with a trifle more facial hair than Harington sports in the BBC series: Harington left with an anonymous portrait of Catesby from Who are the two Catholic women in the first episode, played by Liv Tyler and Sian Webber?
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It was the week that 30 artists decided to take their art off the walls of the Design Museum in protest after it was alleged that the institution had held an on-site event for the arms trade during the midst of its Hope to Nope exhibition. In March , PCA outlined their five-to-ten year strategy in a ten point manifesto with a focus on social justice and creative learning.
They describe it as a radical campaign intended to influence creative education policy at a governmental level.
Blending archival film, dramatizations and special effects, this documentary recounts the world’s first nuclear attack and examines the repercussions. Watch trailers & learn more.
An ambitious teenager, he left school in Caerphilly at 16 to pursue a career in showbiz, working his way up through the ranks before eventually finding nationwide fame presenting the interactive Hub on ITV’s This Morning between However behind the scenes, year-old Johnson, who dated The One Show’s Alex Jones for six years, secretly struggled with his mental health and in contemplated suicide. Four years ago, he spoke out about his experiences – to the shock of friends, including fellow This Morning host Eamonn Holmes, who said he’d had “no idea” what his former co-presenter had been going through.
But despite talking about mental health issues with his friend Sophie Gradon, a contestant on the series of Love Island, he says he was totally rocked by her suicide in June. Here, Johnson, opens up about what the loss has meant to him, finding love, coping with depression and his “mission” to save lives How is your depression at the moment? Although depression does creep in from time to time, I seem to have it under control at the moment.
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Matt Colaciello Stephen Dare: Matt, how do we describe you and your work? I’m a cross-cultural digital storyteller. I spent 10 years working in West Africa, India, and Indonesia to learn about some of the biggest issues facing our world: Now I engage change makers all over the world in sharing their insights through telling their stories.
Thank you for nine great years. As of October 16, DramaFever has been shut down. For nine years, DramaFever offered a place for streaming the best Korean, Chinese and Japanese dramas on-demand, straight to your device.
Viewers will see consultant neurosurgeon Roddy O’Kane perform an awake craniotomy procedure to remove a cancerous tumour from the brain of his patient Peter Furey at the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital in Glasgow. Mr Furey, 52, from Irvine was diagnosed in As the tumour grew in size, the former security guard began to suffer increasingly frequent and debilitating epileptic seizures. He faced the crossroads of an unenviable dilemma: Due to the risks involved, not all surgeons would have chosen to operate.
That is just my stance. This is not a simple thing like when you meet someone to do an appendectomy. There is a relationship of trust that has been established over multiple clinic visits. The programme charts his journey as he prepares for the six-hour, potentially life-changing operation. The bond forged between patient and doctor is evident in their easy rapport and good natured banter as Mr Furey bravely declares: I knew exactly what I was letting myself in for.
An awake craniotomy is a procedure carried out just 10 times a year by the surgical team at the hospital and not one undertaken lightly.
Enfranchised in as the second iteration of the Washington Senators, the team only had one season with a winning percentage above. The team relocated to Arlington, Texas , for the season but failed to make the postseason for over 20 years. Despite being 10 games under. They went on to win three division titles in , , and , but were eliminated by the New York Yankees in the ALDS each time, having only won one game out of all three series combined.
The Rangers’ last postseason appearance before was in
ACKEE & SALTFISH, a short film turned web series, is now making its way onto BBC Three. Directed and written by Cecile Emeke, Ackee & Saltfish takes you into the lives of Olivia and Rachel played.
Series 1 The story of how our world was changed by people we have never heard of, transforming our lives without us realising it had even happened. Health In the late seventies, Henry Gadsden, the CEO of a large pharmaceutical company, told a business magazine that the industry had a problem. In treating disease, they were limiting their client base. But by reinventing illness, treating the well and making the taking of prescription drugs as everyday as chewing a stick of gum, they could medicate modern life itself.
Money In , for the first time in history, cash payments were overtaken by card and contactless transactions. But why are we turning our backs on cash? And what are we replacing it with? In this episode, Jacques explores the deals which have shaped the way we understand money. From the invention of Paypal in the nineties to the smartphone app economy that followed ten years later, Part 3: Work How did we go from clocking on and off to checking our work email in the middle of the night and working four jobs simultaneously?
How did work go from being what we do to who we are? From the creation of shared values in the workplace in the s to the deal that ushered in inflated executive pay and zero job security, Jacques reveals how key decisions over the past decades have revolutionised the workplace and our perception of work itself. He also looks at automation in the workplace.
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The incentive to sign over your baby is simple — money. But with that cheque comes creative control, which is then handed over to whoever is paying the fee. Like Michaela, my works are my babies and since I have created four original TV series; three dramas and one comedy. My primary goal was to get these commissioned by the big boys BBC, Channel 4, ITV etc and then happily enjoy the very large cheque that comes from such endeavours.
Zeinab Badawi delves into the history of Africa for a brand new, nine-part series on BBC World News. The continent of Africa has a long, complex history, and its people built civilizations which rivalled those that existed anywhere else in the world.
Production[ edit ] The series was a major new docudrama series produced by the BBC for the Autumn schedule. The other was obviously making sure we didn’t damage anything, which thankfully we managed! The series really is great and looks fantastic, well worth all the hard work. This was a huge project shot on location in Egypt and, as with any project of such scale, we had contingency funds available to us – so the unavoidable overspend was accommodated for and fully authorised.
In fact, due to the international co-financing, this is actually incredibly good value for money providing full period drama for the budget normally associated with a documentary. Howard Carter[ edit ] The story of the discovery of the tomb of Tutankhamun by Howard Carter and the popular belief in the Curse of the Pharaohs , a supposed result of Carter’s disturbing Tutankhamen’s resting place. The episodes include short dramatizations of the life of Tutankhamun.
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He explained that while today many people know about the tree, years ago it was a secret shared by two lovers. In , a local girl named Minna fell in love with a young chocolate maker named Wilhelm. The tree received so much mail that, in , the German postal service, Deutsche Post, assigned the oak its own postcode and postman.
It also placed a ladder up to the fist-sized postbox, so that anyone who wanted to open, read and respond to the letters could.
Louise Minchin presents highlights of the men’s and women’s Triathlon World Series race from Bermuda, which is hosting a World Series race for the very first time.
Tuesday 1 April In a string of royal decrees and an overarching new piece of legislation to deal with terrorism generally, the Saudi King Abdullah has clamped down on all forms of political dissent and protests that could “harm public order”. The new laws have largely been brought in to combat the growing number of Saudis travelling to take part in the civil war in Syria, who have previously returned with newfound training and ideas about overthrowing the monarchy.
To that end, King Abdullah issued Royal Decree 44, which criminalises “participating in hostilities outside the kingdom” with prison sentences of between three and 20 years, Human Rights Watch said. Yet last month further regulations were issued by the Saudi interior ministry, identifying a broad list of groups which the government considers to be terrorist organisations – including the Muslim Brotherhood. Article one of the new provisions defines terrorism as “calling for atheist thought in any form, or calling into question the fundamentals of the Islamic religion on which this country is based”.
Raif Badawi release protests In pictures: Karl Andree on Saudi lashes Human Rights Watch said the new regulations were also a setback to campaigns for the protection and release of a number of prominent human rights activists currently jailed in Saudi Arabia. The organisation said the new “terrorism” provisions contain language that prosecutors and judges are already using to prosecute and convict independent activists and peaceful dissidents.