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Restless BBC One Premiere

created on Dec-28-2012

William Boyd’s spy thriler, Restless, premieres tonight on BBC 1 at 9pm with  part two following tomorrow, 28 Dec also at 9pm.

For those of you in the UK you can catch on the BBC iPlayer.

Restless is Superb – Review

created on Dec-11-2012

Hayley Atwell as the young Eva in Restless

The first reviews are out for last week’s premier of Part One of Restless, which stars Hayley Atwell (Captain America: The First Avenger), Michelle Dockery (Downton Abbey), Rufus Sewell (The Pillars of the Earth) and the dynamic acting duo of Charlotte Rampling and Michael Gambon.

According to The Hollywood Reporter:

“Having already scored with its two scripted ventures — Carlos and Appropriate Adult — Sundance Channel keeps its streak going with Restless, a superb two-part miniseries about British spies in the early 1940s before America’s entry into World War II.”



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Restless Premieres Dec 7th

created on Dec-2-2012

Sundance Channel will screen Part 1 of its BBC co-produced two-part thriller Restless at 9 p.m. Friday, Dec. 7 on the Sundance Channel (I assume that’s EDT).

Based on the novel by British novelist William Boyd and directed by Edward Hall, Restless follows the story of a daughter Ruth (Michelle Dockery) who discovers that her mother Sally (Charlotte Rampling) was recruited as a spy during World War II.
Hayley Atwell, Rufus Sewell
and Michael Gambon co-star.
Don’t miss this gripping spy thriller – it’s fantastic.

Read full article here:

Leonardo II – Stupid Cupid

created on Dec-1-2012

Gorgoni gets handy with a pair of scissors – image © BBC & Kindle Entertainment

Joe’s episode of the award winning Kindle Entertainment/CBBC series Leonardo, aired a few weeks ago and we complete forgot to post up a reminder.

Needless to say, Joe plays the villain, Gorgoni.
For those of you who missed it, and live in the UK, you can watch the full episode on the BBC iPlayer.