Nuremberg Trials Part 2

Tonight on the BBC we have a programme clash in the UK! Part 2 of Matthews narration for the Nuremberg Trials is on at 9pm on BBC 2, while on BBC 4 at the same time, is the last part of Reader I Married Him with more clips from Pemberworths resident artist Pinky Andrexa.

With a bit of luck Pinky can tape her programme and I will be able to tape the audio for Nuremberg Trials.. ..and we will get them into the galleries soon!

Oh and Spooks series 5 is on BBC1 at the same time too! You would think the programmers at the BBC centre could do better!

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Reader I Married Him

Reader I Married Him:

Daisy Goodwin delves into one of the most successful literary genres - romantic fiction. From Jane Austen to the present day, via Mills & Boon, this three-part series explores the enduring appeal of the love story and the integral part it plays in readers' lives.

We are proud to announce that one of our forum members was interviewed and appeared on this television show in the UK on BBC.  We have put up a few clips of PinkyAndrexa in our galleries.  Please watch and enjoy as she promotes the best Darcy ever, Matthew Macfadyen. 

Nuremberg: Nazi's on Trial Narrated by Matthew Macfadyen

On Monday, September 25, 2006, Matthew Macfadyen narrated Part I of a 3 part series on BBC2 called "Nuremberg: Nazis on Trial".

6point7 has posted a teaser in the Pemberworth Forum. We hope to get the full video and audio up soon. Thank you, 6point7 for sharing the teaser with us!

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Update: All of Part I is available for viewing in the gallery. The audio clips of Matthew's narration have also been added to the galleries.

Liverpool Irish Film Festival


24th October 2006, FACT


Set in Ireland, this atmospheric and explosive drama tells the tale of one cleric's chilling determination to rid a rural town of its corruption and sin. Preacher Gabriel (Matthew MacFadyen) returns home to Middletown and finds the town's inhabitants given over to vice and sin. Determined to save the souls of his flock, he sets about imposing a new order.

However, Gabriel's godly intentions mask a dark and malevolent heart with his damning sermons pitting neighbour against neighbour. Even Gabriel's own family are not free from attack - his younger brother Jim (Daniel Mays) and wife (Eva Birthistle) are first to suffer his moral crusade as Gabriel cannot bring the town back to the true path unless he achieves that for his own kin.

Middletown presents a haunting story of good versus evil. Has the preacher come to save them all from eternal damnation or condemn the parishioners to a life of hell? Directed by BAFTA-nominated Brian Kirk, produced by award-winning Michael Casey and written by hot new talent Daragh Carville, Middletown stars a stunning ensemble of Ireland's acting talent including Gerard McSorley, Mick Lally, David Wilmot, Frankie McCafferty, Bronagh Gallagher and Marie Jones.

The director Brian Park will introduce the film and be in conversation with filmmaker D W Mault after the film.

Tickets from FACT 88 Wood Street, Liverpool L1 4DQ
0151 707 4450
£6 FACT members £4.50

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