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19 Mar 19
Radio Free

Having ruled Kazakhstan with an authoritarian grip since the 1980s, President Nursultan Nazarbaev shocked many when he unexpectedly announced his resignation on March 19. “This year marks the 30th anniversary of my term as the supreme leader of our country,” Nazarbaev said during a hastily arranged nationwide address. “[But] I have made the difficult decision […]

19 Mar 19
TODAY NEWS

MARK Strong is a familiar face to many having starred in…

19 Mar 19
The Sun
MARK Strong is a familiar face to many having starred in some of the biggest movies in the last few years. And now he’s taking on the villain role in upcoming DC Comic movie Shazam! Mark Strong has starred in many blockbusters over the past few years Who is Shazam! actor Mark Strong? Mark Strong is an English actor who was born Marco Giuseppe Salussolia on 5 August 1963 to an Austrian mother and an Italian father. His mother changed his name to Mark Strong so he would fit in with his peers. He was raised by his mother in Islington and moved around a lot for her job as an au pair. Mark cites French actor Alain Delon as his inspiration for becoming an actor as: “I remember watching him in films and though I couldn’t understand a word he was saying I remember thinking he looked great. “Failing that, an astronaut, after watching the moon landing on a tiny, portable, black-and-white TV at my gran’s house.” After attending Wymondham College he studied German law at Ludwig Maximillian University of Munich for a year before deciding he didn’t actually want to be a lawyer. Upon returning home he then studied English and Drama at Royal Holloway before attending the prestigious Old Vic Theatre School in Bristol. How old is Mark? Mark will be starring as the villain in upcoming movie Shazam! Mark was born on 5 August 1963 – making him 55-years-old. He lives in London with his wife Liza Marshall and two kids. And has stated he has “no desire to live anywhere else.” As well as his native English, Mark speaks German fluently as well as conversational Italian. He even dubbed Daniel Craig’s voice in German for the 1997 film Obsession. Having grown up in Islington it’s perhaps no surprise that the actor supports Arsenal FC. [article-rail-topic title=”More on Movie Explainers” term_id=”12269″ posts_number=”6″ /] What else has he starred in? Mark is best known for his roles in Stardust, Sherlock Holmes, Kick-Ass, Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy, Zero Dark Thirty and Kingsman – to name a few! But besides his extensive film career he has also had a successful stage career, having been nominated for two Laurence Olivier Awards and winning one in 2015 for his performance in A View From The Bridge. The actor also recieved a Tony Award for the Broadway version of the role. He’ll be portraying the villain Doctor Thaddeus Sivana in upcoming DC Comics movie Shazam!
19 Mar 19
The Irish Sun
MARK Strong is a familiar face to many having starred in some of the biggest movies in the last few years. And now he’s taking on the villain role in upcoming DC Comic movie Shazam! Mark Strong has starred in many blockbusters over the past few years Who is Shazam! actor Mark Strong? Mark Strong is an English actor who was born Marco Giuseppe Salussolia on 5 August 1963 to an Austrian mother and an Italian father. His mother changed his name to Mark Strong so he would fit in with his peers. He was raised by his mother in Islington and moved around a lot for her job as an au pair. Mark cites French actor Alain Delon as his inspiration for becoming an actor as: “I remember watching him in films and though I couldn’t understand a word he was saying I remember thinking he looked great. “Failing that, an astronaut, after watching the moon landing on a tiny, portable, black-and-white TV at my gran’s house.” After attending Wymondham College he studied German law at Ludwig Maximillian University of Munich for a year before deciding he didn’t actually want to be a lawyer. Upon returning home he then studied English and Drama at Royal Holloway before attending the prestigious Old Vic Theatre School in Bristol. How old is Mark? Mark will be starring as the villain in upcoming movie Shazam! Mark was born on 5 August 1963 – making him 55-years-old. He lives in London with his wife Liza Marshall and two kids. And has stated he has “no desire to live anywhere else.” As well as his native English, Mark speaks German fluently as well as conversational Italian. He even dubbed Daniel Craig’s voice in German for the 1997 film Obsession. Having grown up in Islington it’s perhaps no surprise that the actor supports Arsenal FC. [article-rail-topic title=”More on Movie Explainers” term_id=”12269″ posts_number=”6″ /] What else has he starred in? Mark is best known for his roles in Stardust, Sherlock Holmes, Kick-Ass, Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy, Zero Dark Thirty and Kingsman – to name a few! But besides his extensive film career he has also had a successful stage career, having been nominated for two Laurence Olivier Awards and winning one in 2015 for his performance in A View From The Bridge. The actor also recieved a Tony Award for the Broadway version of the role. He’ll be portraying the villain Doctor Thaddeus Sivana in upcoming DC Comics movie Shazam!
19 Mar 19
The Video & Animation Production Company

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18 Mar 19
Joanna And Nick Explainer Video

Explainer video topic research. Business Related: For our business-related video we chose to explain streaming application’s effects on cable television.  With so many competitors’ out there with so many different features, why are cable companies losing business to streaming services?  Cable companies such as Xfinity, Dish, Fios, and Direct Tv have been unwilling to adapt […]

18 Mar 19
EW.com

[tempo-video id=”5828939420001″ account_id=”219646971″ autoplay=true] The third season finale of This Is Us is just a few weeks away (it airs Tuesday, April 2 at 9 p.m. on NBC), and this week the network will debut another hyper-earnest drama, The Village, to fill the void. In the latest episode of EW’s Best of Shows podcast, my […]

18 Mar 19
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18 Mar 19
TODAY NEWS

HE’S a national treasure and fans have been left wondering if…

18 Mar 19
The Sun
DAVID Attenborough is a national treasure and fans have been left wondering if he’s returning for Blue Planet Live. Here’s everything you need to know about the upcoming series which will arrive on your screens LIVE in March. Blue Planet Live will be airing from March 24 in a four-part series What is Blue Planet Live? Blue Planet Live is a four-part series special of the hit nature show. It’s a follow-up to the hugely successful Blue Planet II, which captivated viewers in late 2017 after 16 years off-screen. The series will see Steve Blackshall, Liz Bonnin and Chris Packham revisit the locations and animals featured on the original documentary.. Blue Planet Live will air from three different locations – East Coast of the United States, The Bahamas and the Great Barrier Reef in Australia. According to the BBC Chris Packham will be at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution in Massachusetts, meeting with scientists, experts and conservationists on the front line of new research. Packham will explore the “Twilight Zone”, to find out what secrets the deep holds for the future of our blue planet as well as assessing the health of the world’s whales at a time of year when many are breeding. Steve Backshall will be located in the Bahamas, bringing us closer to sharks – the ocean’s top predators. Liz Bonnin will be in the Pacific at the Great Barrier Reef checking out turtles and birds along with the underwater life on the coral reef. Chris Packham, Steve Backshall, pictured, and Liz Bonnin will be taking the reins from national treasure David Attenborough When does it start? The series is broadcast in four parts from Sunday, March 24, at 8pm on BBC1. It continues on Wednesday, March 27 at 8pm, then at the same time on Thursday. The special was confirmed by BBC boss Charlotte Moore in October 2018, as part of a cluster of new environmental shows for the channel. She said: “Blue Planet Live will thrill the millions of viewers who discovered so much from the ground-breaking series that shocked the nation. “BBC One continues to lead that conversation as we travel live around the globe to witness first hand the magnificent marine life within our oceans and wake up to one of the biggest environmental crisis of our times.” [article-rail-topic title=”More on TV Explainers” term_id=”11032″ posts_number=”6″ /] Is David Attenborough narrating? Unfortunately not, viewers will no doubt be devastated by the absence of Attenborough, 92, who has been working on mini-series Dynasties instead.  The iconic naturalist‘s latest project sees him delve into the history of five species – lions, gorillas, penguins, tigers and hunting dogs. Blue Planet II won a Bafta and a special National TV Award in 2018, after wowing viewers with never-before captured moments of nature. As he collected his Bafta, Sir David vowed to keep making TV “as long as I’m vertical” and urged viewers who enjoyed his shows to “protect our beautiful world”. [bc_video video_id=”5717849531001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Blue Planet producers reveal how they took the plastic bucket away from the baby sperm whale to stop it choking while filming the show “]
18 Mar 19
The Irish Sun
DAVID Attenborough is a national treasure and fans have been left wondering if he’s returning for Blue Planet Live. Here’s everything you need to know about the upcoming series which will arrive on your screens LIVE in March. Blue Planet Live will be airing from March 24 in a four-part series What is Blue Planet Live? Blue Planet Live is a four-part series special of the hit nature show. It’s a follow-up to the hugely successful Blue Planet II, which captivated viewers in late 2017 after 16 years off-screen. The series will see Steve Blackshall, Liz Bonnin and Chris Packham revisit the locations and animals featured on the original documentary.. Blue Planet Live will air from three different locations – East Coast of the United States, The Bahamas and the Great Barrier Reef in Australia. According to the BBC Chris Packham will be at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution in Massachusetts, meeting with scientists, experts and conservationists on the front line of new research. Packham will explore the “Twilight Zone”, to find out what secrets the deep holds for the future of our blue planet as well as assessing the health of the world’s whales at a time of year when many are breeding. Steve Backshall will be located in the Bahamas, bringing us closer to sharks – the ocean’s top predators. Liz Bonnin will be in the Pacific at the Great Barrier Reef checking out turtles and birds along with the underwater life on the coral reef. Chris Packham, Steve Backshall, pictured, and Liz Bonnin will be taking the reins from national treasure David Attenborough When does it start? The series is broadcast in four parts from Sunday, March 24, at 8pm on BBC1. It continues on Wednesday, March 27 at 8pm, then at the same time on Thursday. The special was confirmed by BBC boss Charlotte Moore in October 2018, as part of a cluster of new environmental shows for the channel. She said: “Blue Planet Live will thrill the millions of viewers who discovered so much from the ground-breaking series that shocked the nation. “BBC One continues to lead that conversation as we travel live around the globe to witness first hand the magnificent marine life within our oceans and wake up to one of the biggest environmental crisis of our times.” [article-rail-topic title=”More on TV Explainers” term_id=”11032″ posts_number=”6″ /] Is David Attenborough narrating? Unfortunately not, viewers will no doubt be devastated by the absence of Attenborough, 92, who has been working on mini-series Dynasties instead.  The iconic naturalist’s latest project sees him delve into the history of five species – lions, gorillas, penguins, tigers and hunting dogs. Blue Planet II won a Bafta and a special National TV Award in 2018, after wowing viewers with never-before captured moments of nature. As he collected his Bafta, Sir David vowed to keep making TV “as long as I’m vertical” and urged viewers who enjoyed his shows to “protect our beautiful world”. [bc_video video_id=”5717849531001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Blue Planet producers reveal how they took the plastic bucket away from the baby sperm whale to stop it choking while filming the show “]
18 Mar 19
The Scottish Sun
DAVID Attenborough is a national treasure and fans have been left wondering if he’s returning for Blue Planet Live. Here’s everything you need to know about the upcoming series which will arrive on your screens LIVE in March. Blue Planet Live will be airing from March 24 in a four-part series What is Blue Planet Live? Blue Planet Live is a four-part series special of the hit nature show. It’s a follow-up to the hugely successful Blue Planet II, which captivated viewers in late 2017 after 16 years off-screen. The series will see Steve Blackshall, Liz Bonnin and Chris Packham revisit the locations and animals featured on the original documentary.. Blue Planet Live will air from three different locations – East Coast of the United States, The Bahamas and the Great Barrier Reef in Australia. According to the BBC Chris Packham will be at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution in Massachusetts, meeting with scientists, experts and conservationists on the front line of new research. Packham will explore the “Twilight Zone”, to find out what secrets the deep holds for the future of our blue planet as well as assessing the health of the world’s whales at a time of year when many are breeding. Steve Backshall will be located in the Bahamas, bringing us closer to sharks – the ocean’s top predators. Liz Bonnin will be in the Pacific at the Great Barrier Reef checking out turtles and birds along with the underwater life on the coral reef. Chris Packham, Steve Backshall, pictured, and Liz Bonnin will be taking the reins from national treasure David Attenborough When does it start? The series is broadcast in four parts from Sunday, March 24, at 8pm on BBC1. It continues on Wednesday, March 27 at 8pm, then at the same time on Thursday. The special was confirmed by BBC boss Charlotte Moore in October 2018, as part of a cluster of new environmental shows for the channel. She said: “Blue Planet Live will thrill the millions of viewers who discovered so much from the ground-breaking series that shocked the nation. “BBC One continues to lead that conversation as we travel live around the globe to witness first hand the magnificent marine life within our oceans and wake up to one of the biggest environmental crisis of our times.” [article-rail-topic title=”More on TV Explainers” term_id=”11032″ posts_number=”6″ /] Is David Attenborough narrating? Unfortunately not, viewers will no doubt be devastated by the absence of Attenborough, 92, who has been working on mini-series Dynasties instead.  The iconic naturalist’s latest project sees him delve into the history of five species – lions, gorillas, penguins, tigers and hunting dogs. Blue Planet II won a Bafta and a special National TV Award in 2018, after wowing viewers with never-before captured moments of nature. As he collected his Bafta, Sir David vowed to keep making TV “as long as I’m vertical” and urged viewers who enjoyed his shows to “protect our beautiful world”. [bc_video video_id=”5717849531001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Blue Planet producers reveal how they took the plastic bucket away from the baby sperm whale to stop it choking while filming the show “]
18 Mar 19
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18 Mar 19
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18 Mar 19
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17 Mar 19
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