“I still pinch myself sometimes because what I get to do for my life, for my job, is such a privilege.
“And there are moments when you rise above yourself and look down and go, ‘I can’t believe I get to do this.’”
Stephen Moyer talking to me about his role as Tom Brook in Safe House.
A four-part second series of the ITV drama with a new cast, story and location.
A terrified six-year-old girl called Milly stands shaking in her pyjamas in the middle of a frozen canal.
As a fireman makes a desperate attempt to save her from the cracking ice.
It’s a heart-stopping, shocking and haunting scene in Lost Christmas, to be screened on BBC1 this Sunday (Dec 18).
ROBSON Green went to school just up the road from me. He was at Seaton Burn High just after I left my Sixth Form to embark on a career in journalism.
I met up again with Robson recently and asked him if he had ever gone back to his old school.
“No. I think there’s always something wrong about that. It’s just weird,” he replied.
“When I was there, you’d get guys and girls who had left and they’d hang around the gates, for some unknown reason.
“I couldn’t think of a worse thing to do, other than being invited and talk to the kids. But not to hang around. Definitely not.”