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Little Boy Blue: Interviews

“WE have a duty to honour the spirit and memory of Rhys.

“As a society we should never let this happen again.

“Hopefully Little Boy Blue will make people stop and think for a little bit.

“The only way things are going to change is if we make changes ourselves.”

Stephen Graham talking to me about new four part drama Little Boy Blue.

Which begins on ITV at 9pm this Monday (April 24).

Let me say right from the outset that Little Boy Blue is a very special drama from the production team that brought us Cilla and Mrs Biggs.

Based on the true story of the 2007 murder of innocent 11-year-old Rhys Jones in Liverpool as he walked home from playing football. Continue reading

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Jericho: Interviews

“I’M really glad we are shining a light on it.

“It’s such a rich and different life we’ve not seen in costume drama before.”

Jessica Raine talking about Jericho, a new eight-part series which begins on ITV at 9pm this Thursday (Jan 7).

Set in Yorkshire during the 1870s, it tells the story of a navvy town community gathered to build a huge railway viaduct.

Former Call The Midwife star Jessica plays Annie Quaintain, evicted from her home after the death of her schoolmaster husband.

Together with her two children – Martha, played by ex-Corrie actress Amy James-Kelly, and George (Sam Bottomley) – she heads for an uncertain future in the remote settlement of Jericho. Continue reading

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Cilla: Interviews

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STEP inside love…

We’ll get to my ITV interviews for their new three-part 1960s’ drama a little further down. But first:

I was just a little lad when I first saw Cilla.

My mum and dad and I were on an annual holiday to Blackpool, staying on the top floor of a packed bed and breakfast establishment. Continue reading

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