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25 May 19
Misfits Mid-Life Crisis........

Misfits Mid-Life Crisis Adventures in East and West London & Surrey (The NEXT Chapter). Week 257 Saturday 18th until Friday 24thMay 2019. Happy 18th bday this week to Spike the Cat.  “Spike with my card” (Pic by Jane Sparks). I love a bargain, be honest who doesn’t!  When I see something cheap a small primeval […]

25 May 19
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davidtennantontwitter: David Tennant Daily Photo! An unusual photo of David today

24 May 19
Las Vegas Review-Journal
#gallery-1671890-1 { margin: auto; } #gallery-1671890-1 .gallery-item { float: left; margin-top: 10px; text-align: center; width: 33%; } #gallery-1671890-1 img { border: 2px solid #cfcfcf; } #gallery-1671890-1 .gallery-caption { margin-left: 0; } /* see gallery_shortcode() in wp-includes/media.php */ Ian McShane in "Deadwood: The Movie" photo: Warrick Page/HBO Sunday, May 26 National Memorial Day Concert PBS, 8 p.m. Joe Mantegna and Gary Sinise co-host the 30th anniversary edition of this musical salute to America’s fallen heroes. The National Symphony Orchestra performs live from the West Lawn of the U.S. Capitol. Time to cry again! “Game of Thrones: The Last Watch” HBO, 9 p.m. Shot in punishing conditions and under supreme secrecy, the final season of “Game of Thrones” is profiled in this two-hour documentary highlighting the humor and heart that went into making the iconic show a spectacle for the ages. “Vida” Starz, 9 p.m. Season premiere In the second season, Lyn and Emma continue to deal with their own relationship, their mother’s business and the changes their neighborhood continues to experience. This drama series stars Melissa Barrera, Mishel Prada and Ser Anzoategui. Monday, May 27 “Saving Private Ryan” AMC, 3 p.m. In honor of Memorial Day, AMC presents back-to-back screenings of the 1998 Oscar-winning film from director Steven Spielberg with an all-star cast including Tom Hanks and Matt Damon. “Chris Farley: Anything for a Laugh” A&E, 9 p.m. This two-hour special examines Farley’s tragically short life — both the amped-up force of nature in front of the camera and the shy, childlike figure people knew behind the scenes. Incorporating rare personal photos and videos, the program will feature new interviews with John Goodman, Al Franken, Kevin Nealon, Tom Arnold, Bobby Moynihan and more. “The Hot Zone” National Geographic, 9 p.m. New miniseries National Geographic presents this six-part, three-night miniseries based on Richard Preston’s 1994 nonfiction thriller about the origins of the Ebola virus and its arrival in the U.S. in 1989. Julianna Margulies stars as Dr. Nancy Jaax, chief pathologist at the U.S. Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases, who risks everything to keep the Ebola virus contained before it causes a deadly epidemic. Topher Grace, Liam Cunningham and Noah Emmerich also star. Tuesday, May 28 “America’s Got Talent” NBC, 8 p.m. Season premiere NBC’s summertime staple returns with a new crop of acts vying for the show’s million-dollar grand prize. Host Terry Crews teases that a few of his favorite acts this season include a man known as “The Human Fuse” and a performer he’s dubbed a “comedic contortionist.” “Animal Kingdom” TNT, 9 p.m. Season premiere The ruthless Cody crime family returns for Season 4, and they will be as much of a threat to each other as they are to their targets. The series stars Ellen Barkin, Shawn Hatosy, Ben Robson, Jake Weary, Finn Cole and Sohvi Rodriguez, and Emily Deschanel joins the cast this season in a recurring role. “Songland” NBC, 10 p.m. New series In this competition series that offers a fascinating behind-the-scenes look at the songwriting process, aspiring songwriters work with three music producers/writers responsible for some of today’s biggest hits to craft their own tunes. In each episode, one winner will have a song recorded for a global audience by the chart-topping artists featured in the show. “The Voice” executive producer Audrey Morrissey and coach Adam Levine are among the executive producers for this series. Wednesday, May 29 “MasterChef” Fox, 8 p.m. Season premiere In every episode, talented home cooks face culinary challenges and hope to impress the series’ judges — acclaimed chefs Gordon Ramsay and Aaron Sanchez and renowned restaurateur Joe Bastianich. At the end of the season, only one home cook will claim the title of MasterChef and win the $250,000 grand prize. “American Ninja Warrior” NBC, 8 p.m. Season premiere The athletic competition series is back for its eighth season, with award-winning host and actress Zuri Hall joining the show as sideline reporter. Matt Iseman and Akbar Gbajabiamila return as hosts. This season, after the Los Angeles qualifying rounds, the competition will head to Atlanta, Oklahoma City, Baltimore, Seattle/Tacoma, Cincinnati and, finally, Las Vegas for the national finals. “The InBetween” NBC, 10 p.m. New series Cassie (Harriet Dyer) was born with a rare ability — she has visions, whether she likes it or not. Sometimes she sees events that have previously occurred or will happen in the future, and she sometimes even encounters unsettled spirits who need her help. When her father, Detective Tom Hackett (Paul Blackthorne), and his new partner, former FBI agent Damien Asante (Justin Cornwell), need assistance solving a dark and puzzling murder, Cassie reluctantly agrees to use her abilities to help solve some of the city’s most challenging cases. Thursday, May 30 “TCM Spotlight: WWII Homefront” TCM, beginning at 5 p.m. TCM concludes its monthlong look at films chronicling various ways the homefront endured World War II, with the theme of “Coming Home.” Movies depicting how veterans experienced returning to their loved ones after months or years spent fighting overseas include “The Best Years of Our Lives” (1946), “Hail the Conquering Hero” (1944) and “Pride of the Marines” (1945). NBA Finals: Game 1 ABC, 6 p.m. The NBA’s best-of-7 championship series tips off on ABC. “Elementary” CBS, 10 p.m. In the new episode “Gutshot,” Holmes (Jonny Lee Miller) and Watson (Lucy Liu) try to work an investigation from London when someone close to them is gravely wounded by an unknown perpetrator in the United States. Friday, May 31 “Good Omens” Amazon Prime New series This six-episode miniseries, based on Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett’s 1990 fantasy novel, tells of the unlikely alliance between an angel (Michael Sheen) and a demon (David Tennant) who are trying to prevent an impending Armageddon. The comedic series also stars Jon Hamm, Nick Offerman, Miranda Richardson, Mireille Enos, Michael McKean, Anna Maxwell Martin, Jack Whitehall and Josie Lawrence, with Frances McDormand voicing God and Benedict Cumberbatch voicing Satan. “When They See Us” Netflix New series Oscar-nominated filmmaker Ava DuVernay (“13th,” “Selma”) created, co-wrote and directed this four-part dramatized account of the “Central Park Five” case, where five teenagers of color were convicted of a rape they did not commit. Beginning in 1989, when the young men were first questioned about the incident, the series spans 25 years, highlighting their exoneration in 2002 and the settlement reached with the city of New York in 2014. Michael K. Williams, Vera Farmiga, John Leguizamo, Felicity Huffman, Niecy Nash and Blair Underwood lead the cast. “Deadwood: The Movie” HBO, 8 p.m. For this new film, based on David Milch’s award-winning 2004-06 series of the same name, the indelible characters of the show are reunited (almost all of the original cast returns, including Ian McShane, Timothy Olyphant and Molly Parker) after a decade to celebrate South Dakota’s statehood. Former rivalries are reignited, alliances tested and old wounds reopened as all are left to navigate the inevitable changes that modernity and time have wrought. Saturday, June 1 “Death at the Mansion: Rebecca Zahau” Oxygen, 6 p.m. New series Rebecca Zahau was found dead in the courtyard of her billionaire boyfriend’s Coronado mansion in 2011, just two days after his 6-year-old son suffered a fatal accident while under Rebecca’s care. This captivating new series follows an elite team of investigators as they take another look at this mysterious case. “Dodo Heroes” Animal Planet, 9 p.m. Season premiere Season 2 of this series from Animal Planet and popular animal website The Dodo spotlights more powerful stories of animals in need across the globe and the people who go to extraordinary lengths to help them. The new season will include people helping kangaroos, seals, wombats, elephants and other animals in places including Ireland, the United States, Kenya and Australia. “Wedding at Graceland” Hallmark Channel, 9 p.m. Singer and talk show host Kellie Pickler stars in the follow-up to her successful holiday film “Christmas at Graceland.” This film reunites Pickler with her co-star Wes Brown. Their characters Laurel and Clay are headed down the aisle and have set their sights on getting hitched at Graceland. When a last-minute opening occurs at the famous location’s new Chapel in the Woods wedding venue, they have a scant three weeks to pull off the wedding of their dreams.
24 May 19
News Archives Uk

Dave J. Hogan / Dave J. Hogan / Getty Images Doctor Who The stars David and Georgia Tennant will soon be welcoming another heir or heir to the TARDIS in space and time. The couple is expecting their fifth child together! The happy news became known as David passed by The Late Late Show with […]

24 May 19
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mizgnomer: Complimenting David Tennant in front of David Tennant Featuring Olivia Colman and Catherine Tate

24 May 19
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At a dinner with the Queen, Sir Ian McKellen secretly sneaked into the next room and sat down on the stowed away throne. Another time he lit a cigarette on the big state balcony, where the royal family showed their subjects. “Buckingham Palace brings out your worst side,” he joked in the magazine “Town and […]

24 May 19
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Like Starz's “American Gods” in front of him, Amazon's newest series tries to adapt the novelist Niall Gaiman's high-frequency work. In their 1990 novel “Good Omens” (written by Terry Pratchett), an angel and odd daemon attempted to avoid the apocalypse to continue enjoying their extraordinary partnership. The best part of the new series “Good Omens” […]

24 May 19
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Doctor Who stars David and Georgia Tennant expecting their fifth child DigitalSpy.com David Tennant expecting fifth child with wife Georgia Moffett Metro.co.uk David Tennant reveals he’s expecting his FIFTH child with wife Georgia Moffett Daily Mail David Tennant expecting FIFTH child with wife Georgia as he announces pregnancy Mirror Online David Tennant expecting FIFTH child […]

24 May 19
The Scottish Sun
SHOWBIZ legend Christopher Biggins left Doctor Who star David Tennant more terrified than a Dalek ever could — by spilling the toe-curling secrets of his only TV sex scene. The former I’m A Celebrity winner met Scots star Tennant at the launch of Aidan Turner’s telly smash Poldark. Biggins will bring his own chat show to The Edinburgh Festival this summer And it turned out Tennant loved Biggins’s role as sex-mad vicar Ossie Whitworth in the original 70s version of the period drama set just after the American War Of Independence. But the panto fave soon shocked the former Time Lord when he explained how one raunchy moment — where he licked a pair of FEET — was cut for being too explicit. Biggins, who will bring his own chat show to The Edinburgh Festival this summer, reveals: “I was invited to the first-night screening of Poldark and David Tennant was there. “He called me over and said, ‘Biggins, meet the man who is playing your part in Poldark’. Eleanor Tomlinson smooches Aidan Turner after Poldark’s last scene ever “So I met Christian Brassington, who was the new Ossie Whitworth, and David then told me they had both been talking about my original role when they spotted me. “I then explained to them it had led to me being voted the most hated man on TV, which they found hysterical.” Brassington, 35, did the foot fetish scene in a 2017 episode of the hit show — but it was deemed too hard to swallow for the nation back in 1975. Biggins adds: “My screen wife, played by Jane Wymark, was pregnant in the series and the doctor said I was to stop having conjugal rights with her as I was too heavy. Brassington did the foot fetish scene in a 2017 episode of the hit show Biggins’ scene was deemed too explicit in the 70s “So I turn my attentions to her sister Rowella, played by Julie Dawn Cole, and we started an affair and there was a scene where I had to make love to her feet. “Julie had prepared meticulously for it, washing her feet about a hundred times and being carried onto set to make sure they were squeaky clean. “Then when they said ‘Action’, there was shot of my tongue going in and out of her toes. “But the head of the BBC drama at the time said there was no way he could put this out on a Sunday night straight after Dad’s Army — so the scene was cut. Biggins left David Tennant shocked at the story “David was aghast at the story, but then he burst out laughing. I think he thought it was shocking but hilarious.” Biggins, 70, from Oldham, Lancashire, began his career as a serious actor, landing the role of lag Lukewarm in the BBC sitcom Porridge with Ronnie Barker in 1974. He then appeared in the cult movie The Rocky Horror Picture Show with US singer Meatloaf and Hollywood actress Susan Sarandon the next year. He says: “I got to play one of The Transylvanians. I was paid £100 a week, we filmed it for 10 weeks. I bought a sofa bed at the end of it and we were stoned every day. It was wonderful. [quote]The head of the BBC drama at the time said there was no way he could put this out on a Sunday night straight after Dad’s Army — so the scene was cut.[/quote] “But it was a huge flop until it opened in America where the crowds would go to the cinema, throw confetti and dress up and all the rest of it.” The star also landed the role as Roman Emperor Nero alongside some acting greats — including Derek Jacobi and John Hurt — in the classic Beeb series I, Claudius in 1976. He says: “I went to Bristol Old Vic drama school and in my year was Jeremy Irons, who went on to win an Oscar, and Tim Pigott-Smith. “They’re brilliant actors but I was the first one from our group to get a job with The Royal Shakespeare Company. Christian Brassington played the sex-mad vicar in the new Poldark “They must’ve been furious — how did this stupid fat kid get to join the RSC ahead of them?” However, it was his roles as co-host of Cilla Black’s Sunday night series Surprise Surprise and in the kids shows Rentaghost and On Safari, which turned him from thesp into a bubbly TV personality. Those programmes still have their celebrity admirers to this day. The entertainer explains: “I was in The Ivy restaurant and David Beckham was there with his wife, but he kept smiling at me across the room. Eventually I walked past their table and David said, ‘I was brought up on Rentaghost — I loved it’. “She wasn’t very impressed at all, and just powdered her nose or something, but David and I nattered away about that. “He also liked the children’s game show On Safari, which I did with Gillian Taylforth. “When I was offered the role I said, ‘No, no, I’m a straight actor, I don’t do things like that’ until they presented me a huge amount of money. “But I think that really was the start of becoming ‘Biggins’ because after that I was approached to do Surprise, Surprise with Cilla Black.” [quote]I always love meeting folk, but I especially love it when they remember I played the sex-crazed vicar in Poldark — even if my one and only screen sex scene was never used.[/quote] He adds: “I did three seasons with Cilla and we became great mates. As she was such a star she had to have a new dress every week so that meant I had to have a new suit every week too. “I also had handmade shirts and my shoes custom-made and we had a chauffeur each. Those were the halcyon days of television — nowadays you’re lucky if they send a cab for you.” Now the household name is looking forward to spending a summer in Scotland with his fringe show Late Lunch With Biggins. He says: “I was there last year as a tourist and it was wonderful. So I had this idea of coming back. [article-rail-section title=”Most Read in TV & Showbiz” posts_category=”6″ posts_number=”12″ query_type=”popular” /] “It’s going to be a show where I interview people from the Festival along with some locals. I can’t wait.” He adds: “I always love meeting folk, but I especially love it when they remember I played the sex-crazed vicar in Poldark — even if my one and only screen sex scene was never used.” LATE Lunch With Biggins is on at Pleasance Dome (Ace Dome) in Edinburgh’s Bristo Square from July 31 to August 25. For tickets visit pleasance.co.uk. [boxout headline=”CELEB KISS WAS A THRILL”]BIGGINS has enjoyed an incredible career but insists winning I’m A Celeb was the highlight. The entertainer beat gobby US supermodel Janice Dickinson to the crown in 2007. The star — who has been in a relationship with Greenock-born British Airways steward Neil Sinclair, 55, since the mid-80s — says: “We gave ITV their first gay, all-male kiss when Neil met me on the bridge – it was a fantastic moment.” However, he believes the show has lost some of its shine. He says: “I think the secret of its success was the drama. Last year was great but it didn’t have any tension. They’ve lost that over the years.” [/boxout] matt.bendoris@the-sun.co.uk [bc_video video_id=”5798563665001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Poldark viewers disgusted by horrific Reverend Osborne Whitworth toe sucking scene “] We pay for your stories and videos! Do you have a story or video for The Scottish Sun? Email us at scoop@the-sun.co.uk or call 0141 420 5200  
24 May 19
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game of Thrones Star Sophie Turner and her husband Joe Jonas may need to make alternative plans for their wedding … thanks to Graham Norton. The Sansa Stark actress and her Jonas Brothers star husband recently hit the jackpot in Las Vegas ahead of a few famous friends after the Billboard Music Awards. DJ Diplo […]

24 May 19
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Neil Gaiman's Good Omens May 31, 2008, The Devilishly Good Duo of Aziraphale (Michael Sheen) and Crowley (David Tennant), and Frances McDormand of God. Pratchett's satirical, pre-apocalyptic novel, focused on the millennia-long yet contentious friendship and the demon Crowley. Soon after the world of the world; t God was a notebly absent, (Sam Taylor Buck), […]

24 May 19
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