Results for Tag "current"

Results for Tag "current"

Halifax: Axed compulsory insurance about seven years ago, so only "a handful" of existing borrowers affected.Abbey National: Axed compulsory insurance from core product range about 10 years ago, so very few of the existing borrowers affected.

It was shunned by film studios and plagued by Pokémon, but now Oliver Stone will finally premiere Snowden, his biopic of the National Security Agency whistleblower, at the Toronto international film festival in September.Facebook Twitter Pinterest Spall also stars in Denial, an account of American historian Deborah E.

This week, let’s take a cross-section of country music’s top hits at the moment.(Thank goodness Stapleton course-corrected country music away from the awful “funk” inflections that almost took off last year.

Top Gear may be parked in the broadcasting garage due to Jeremy Clarkson’s suspension (his absence, not the vehicle part), but Monkey’s petrolhead pals will still be able to get their motoring fix with a new car show featuring the lead singer of … wait for it … AC/DC.Yes, Brian Johnson is fronting a six-part series called Cars that Rock.

Ian McKellen has suggested that his current Broadway outing, a double bill of Samuel Beckett's Waiting for Godot and Harold Pinter's No Man's Land with Patrick Stewart, could be his last appearance on the New York stage.ABC News described the pair as "theatre gods", arguing that the "two knights [are] at their peerless best" as both Beckett's bums, Vladimir and Estragon, and Pinter's poets, Spooner and Hirst.

Need to know: deadgod Joined: 25th September 2008Comments to date: 3,839Abuse reports: 15 Tell us about your username.I've been listening to the Rolling Stones' Gimme Shelter – Unreleased Extended Mix on YouTube every couple of days recently.

Sunday marks the 100th anniversary of the Titanic anniversary – a fact you might somehow have missed, because it's not like television is making much fuss about the occasion.On one hand, the sinking of the Titanic was one of history's worst peacetime maritime disasters.

Vic Reeves and Bob Mortimer are set to bypass TV commissioning editors and put a second series of their surreal sitcom Catterick online.We'd like to update Catterick," Reeves told the new issue of Radio Times.

The category was replaced by an international award for shows such as Desperate Housewives and Lost, after the Bafta TV awards organisers said current affairs attracted the fewest number of entries out of all the factual categories.John Willis, who became the chairman of the Bafta television committee last month, said today that after the annual review of the awards it had been decided to bring back the category in order to give current affairs more protection.

How deep is the crisis in current affairs television?Which is more than can be said for the current affairs category in this year's Bafta TV awards - which isn't.

The industry body today justified its decision on the basis that the current affairs award attracts the fewest number of entries out of all the TV factual categories.But the decision comes as Panorama returns to BBC1 peak time in a move that current affairs producers hope will reinvigorate the genre.

Yours, David Lloyd Head of news, current affairs and business, Channel 4 Dear David, There are three flaws in your argument.Second, we deliberately targeted regular current affairs series, as opposed to one-off documentaries, because they offer a guaranteed peak-time slot in the schedule for well-researched and challenging analysis of current stories.