TL;DR news on Vicar of Dibley at August 27, 2023

Dawn French's beloved sitcom follows the mishaps of affable vicar Geraldine Granger and starred a host of British screen talent, including the late Emma Chambers, who played scatterbrained Alice Tinke. The actress, originally from Doncaster, packed a lot of screen credits into her CV before her sudden death. Away from her acting, Emma married fellow thespian Ian Dunn who is most famous for roles in Coronation Street playing the role of Vinnie Powers from 2009 to 2010. "The house itself is full of quirky features: old sash windows, bedroom fireplaces," says Hannah. "For me, my Victorian interest is like a protection against the awfulness of so much of our modern news but it is becoming very difficult to avoid that. We start with Bond spying Diana Rigg on the beach around 4pm, take a break for dinner between films, and get around to Gruber taking his plunge from the 30th floor of Nakatomi Tower by 9:30. James Chapman, Professor of Film Studies, University of Leicester This article is republished from The Conversation under a Creative Commons license. After weeks of live shows, five boys and five girls made into the two bands, who were swiftly named One True Voice and Girls Aloud. Girls Aloud's Sound of the Underground was new, fresh and edgy, while One True Voice were relying on a little known Bee Gees song to get to the top. Her and Dave's effort to thaw out the turkey in a bubble bath didn't work out, so instead both of their families had to make do with carrot crush for their Christmas dinner. Amazon Even though it's the same mix of songs every year, nothing felt more correct than getting out the "Christmas album", and putting it on the stereo, which remained unused the rest of the year. I swear there used to be a much better selection of chocolates in the assortment tins. Toblerone and Picnic in a tin of Heroes? Gone. I think we can all remember that iconic startup sound! Gameboy was the pinnacle of technology when I was a kid, and to find one waiting for you from the big man himself was as exciting as it got. An initial trailer for Death On The Nile finds Jennifer playing wealthy American socialite and kleptomaniac van Schuyler while Dawn takes on the role of her nurse. But I presumed it was fitted with that idiotic setting that allows it to rocket off the line like a scalded cock. Del Boy and Rodney's hilarious escapades as Batman and Robin took over a quarter of the vote in the Sun newspaper poll. It was followed by the Vicar of Dibley, and the episode when Geraldine is invited to multiple lunches and tries to cancel without offending anyone. In third place came the Snowman, the animated film adaptation of Raymond Briggs' 1978 picture book. Digital gaming has surged in popularity and over the period of the lockdowns Marmalade Game Studio estimates downloads have increased 144 per cent in total compared with the previous 18 months. And for many people, it still wouldn't be Christmas without at least one watch of Love Actually before Santa comes, usually when tying to wrap presents or clutching a glass of Baileys. She struggled to hide her shock and upset at the result, with the outcome seeing Simon Cowell face the wrath of many ITV viewers. Like a number of the cast, Lucia returned for a Red Nose Day special in 2017. Love Actually is actually on ITV at 10.40pm on Christmas Day if you fancy rounding off your festivities with Hugh, Martine, Emma and co. Earlier this year Mel and Sue have revealed that they almost quit Bake Off on the first day of filming because, to begin with, "it was not a kind show". New O2 customers, or existing customers who are upgrading their plan, can get up to 6 free months of Disney+. Talking of their marriage, Mel previously explained how Ben has been a key component to her successful career: "I couldn't do my job without Ben, we do pretty much half and half. Top of the Pops 8. What song does Billy Mack record a Christmas version of in Love Actually? 2. Morrison's 2021 Christmas advert Morrison's has chosen to thank farmers and essential workers as part of its Christmas campaign this year. "The idea at the heart of the work is that a truly thoughtful gift can unleash real joy for the recipient, their family and friends. We also hope it will help the comments section fulfil its promise as a part of Scotland's conversation with itself. This site is part of Newsquest's audited local newspaper network. 894646.Registered office: 1 London Bridge Street, SE1 9GF. A year still blighted by the global pandemic saw several shocking and unexpected deaths of much loved celebrities. Multiple outlets initially incorrectly reported the death of the actress, who starred as Stacey Sutton opposite Sir Roger Moore in his final Bond film A View To A Kill in 1985. She later rose to fame when she replaced Julie Andrews as Eliza Doolittle in the Broadway production of My Fair Lady. Sally Ann Howes and Dick Van Dyke Some of Sally's other theatre roles included What Makes Sammy Run?, The King and I, and Cinderella. The cause of death wasn't made clear, though reports in Spanish media suggested Marin was intubated after being admitted to an intensive care unit in Manchester. Il Divo had postponed the rest of their December UK tour dates by a year "due to illness". The classical crossover group, comprised of a global melting pot of singing stars, was formed by Simon Cowell in 2003 under his SyCo record label, though they later parted ways with the music mogul. Cowell led a flood of social media tributes to Marin, writing on Twitter he was "devastated" by the news. Bruno Tonioli, a judge on the BBC's Strictly Come Dancing, wrote: "Devastated @ildivoofficial @carlosmarin_ passed away.