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Owen Teale wins at BAFTA Cymru!

Congratulations to Owen who scooped the top award for Actor in Dream Horse at this year's BAFTA Cymru awards!

Morgana is Stuck!

Morgana plays Carla, in BBC 2's new series "Stuck". Carla and Dan are at a crossroads in their relationship and when Carla's ex-girlfriend turns up, it only makes things more difficult. Starts Thursday 8th September, BBC2 10pm

Best and Bester hits our screens!

Kosha Engler voices Flip Flop and Dave Skinner is the Store Manager in Nickelodeon's brand new series 'Best & Bester'. Best buddies Best & Bester have the unique ability to transform themselves into whatever they want to be...but actually the best thing to be, is yourself. Saturdays and Sundays at 7.30am (repeating at 4pm) on Nickelodeon from 3rd September 2022.

Elizabeth Conboy turns author

Not only is Elizabeth a fab voiceover artist, but she is also now an author. Her extensive research into the history of British pop music has resulted in 'Why Britain Rocked' which uncovers the unique events and unexpected influences that encouraged British pop to be, in all its glorious, crazy, luminous, joyous, profound, melancholic, ferocious, anarchic, witty, smart and wonderful ways. Available to preorder from Amazon and is published on 30th September

pssst... wanna know a secret?

For those who love a peek behind the scenes, Secrets and a series which takes a look at some of Britain's best loved programmes and reveals some little known secrets and scandals!! Narrated by the wonderful Kate Robbins, this week's instalment is all about what happended backstage at the UK's one time most popular music show - Top of the Pops. Saturday 20th August 9pm, Channel 5. The series is available on My5

Bentley plays Johan the gardener in Raft

Bentley Kalu is Johan in a newly released game, Raft: The Final Chapter. You need to survive by collecting ocean debris and avoid the dangers of the ocean. It's not going to be easy!!

Callum O'Neill narrates Longhand

Callum lends his dulcets to Andy Hamilton's novel 'Longhand' . Malcolm George Galbraith is being forced to leave the woman he loves behind and needs to explain why. So he leaves her a handwritten note on the kitchen table, telling the whole story of his life. Malcolm's story combines tragedy, comedy, mystery, a touch of leprosy, several murders, a massacre, a ritual sacrifice, an insane tyrant, two great romances, a landslide, a fire, and a talking fish. Available on Audible

Bentley Kalu in Halo

Video game fans can now see the trailblazing Halo on TV - the epic 9 part sci-fi series is now available on Paramount+ and can see Bentley as Vannak 134.

Clifford Samuel turns author!

Clifford has been busy turning his hand to writing a children's story. Clifford was asked to reimagine the African folktale 'How Tortoise Tricked The Birds' adapted for children beginning to read. A humerous and lively tale, find out what happens when trickster Tortoise joins the birds at the Great Feast in the sky and then gobbles up all of the food! A humorous and lively African folktale, specially adapted for children just beginning to read.

Adam Burton in The Burnt City

Fans of Punchdrunk can see Adam Burton in their latest creation 'The Burnt City'. Set around the fall of Troy, a mythical world of Gods and mortals rises from the ashes. Downtown, its backstreets give way to a labyrinth which hides many secrets. It's here that the furies watch on as the mortals play out their fate, and as night falls, the city comes alive one last time. 1 Cartridge Place, SE18 6ZR 22 March - 28 August 2022

If you go down to the woods today...

you're in for a surprise! You can follow the White Rabbit (Toby Baddeley) from Alice in Wonderland on an open air adventure. This promenade performance will take place at the magnificent Hale Park House and Gardens (near Wood Green) and the beautiful ancient Beaulieu Woodland (adjacent to the Beaulieu National Motor Museum). See below for details and choose your spectacular setting! The show is packed with live music, songs, comedy and delights for the whole family. It runs just under an hour and you are on your feet following the White Rabbit on his adventure through the spectacular natural setting.

The Ink Festival in Halesworth

This year's Ink Festival sees Helen Atkinson Wood in conversation with producer Peter Fincham who talks to Helen about her career that spans classic comedy from Alas Smith and Jones to Alan Partridge amongst other things. You can also get a second chance to see Helen in action in the play Going Down Down Under, directed by and starring Helen. 21st-24th April You can also hear her in Bloody Nigel Havers every day at 10.30 and 2.30 from 30th May - 5th June on East Suffolk One