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On today issue of TV & Satellite Week we find cover + article for The Fall.
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It’s been nigh on two years since TV’s deadliest game of cat and mouse came to a blood-soaked conclusion in BBC2’s The Fall. Fans have been on tenterhooks ever since, wondering whether Jamie Dornan’s serial killer Paul Spector lives or dies after a shoot-out in the woods.
The delay is presumably because Jamie’s compelling performance in The Fall caught the attention of Hollywood producers, who tapped him to play sexy billionaire Christian Grey in Fifty Shades Of Grey.
And Gillian Anderson – in hot pursuit as DSI Stella Gibson – has been busy, too. She’s recently reprised the role that made her famous, Agent Dana Scully, in a revival of The X-Files alongside David Duchovny.
As the third drama opens, Spector is being rushed to hospital and Gibson has questions to answer about the police operation going so disastrously wrong. More to the point, she must explain why she rushed to save Spector, not her colleague DS Tom Anderson, after the shooting.
It’s a potent question, since the central dynamic in The Fall is Gibson and Spector’s obsession with each other. But Gillian refutes the idea that Gibson is attracted to Spector. “I don’t think there’s an unhealthy fascination,” she muses. “I think she’s just obsessed with bringing him to justice. She wants to save Spector’s life so that he can stand trial.”
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Juliet Stevenson, Gillian Anderson, Jarvis Cocker, Edith Bowman, Jamie Cullum and Michael Palin are among the first star-studded wave of names to be announced for this year’s Letters Live.
The popular live celebration of literary correspondence returns for another residency at London’s iconic Freemasons’ Hall from 4 to 8 October, with tickets currently on sale.
Inspired by Shaun Usher’s international best-selling Letters of Note series and Simon Garfield’s To The Letter, Letters Live has moved audiences both to laughter and tears through a series of heartfelt, humorous and at times, heartbreaking letters, delivered by acclaimed talent from the world of arts and culture.
The full list of confirmed names so far:
Gillian Anderson, Matt Berry, Sanjeev Bhaskar, John Bishop, Louise Brealey, Edith Bowman, Jarvis Cocker, Lily Cole, Julian Clary, Jamie Cullum, Sophie Dahl, Simon Day, Omid Djalili, Mariella Frostrup, Toby Jones, Miriam Margolyes, Michael Palin, Nicholas Parsons, Robert Rinder, Colin Salmon and Juliet Stevenson
True to the spirit of Letters Live, each show’s line up remains a closely guarded secret until the curtain call, promising a unique and memorable evening of unearthed letters and dazzling performances.
This year, Letters Live is supporting the charities Ministry of Stories, First Story and Help Refugees.
Jamie Byng, CEO of Canongate Books and a director of Letters Live, said” “This third run of Letters Live shows to be held here in London looks set to be as memorable as anything we have ever done.
“The combination of great talent, remarkable letters, three important charities, packed houses and an amazing venue, should result in five unforgettable evenings that celebrate the humble letter and its immense power. Every night is unique.”
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