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“Sometimes I like to get a little twisted”…A few years back I met this dude m…

“Sometimes I like to get a little twisted”…A few years back I met this dude @mandovill my first day moving to Phoenix. He helped me move my stuff into a third floor walk up, only because I needed some help. I lived around him for a year and as life happened we moved to different parts of Phoenix. Last month we ran into each and he told me that he was trying his hand at photography and videography. My response was simply “that’s awesome we’ve got an assignment this weekend, I’ll pick you up at 6:00 on Saturday….be ready”. After handing him my camera and a very brief lesson, I turned him loose on the @mushroomheadofficial @hellzapoppin show in Mesa. This is his work. We took an evening to look over and edit his shots…….I think this one is really pretty dope. If you are inclined, please give him a…

Stars take on never before seen covers for BBC Children in Need concert coming to BBC One

BBC Children in Need has revealed the surprises in store for audiences ahead of the broadcast of Children in Need Rocks 2018. Presenters Fearne Cotton and Clara Amfo and performers All Saints, George Ezra, Jess Glynne, Nile Rodgers & CHIC, Olly Murs, Tom Odell, Rita Ora and Sir Rod Stewart will take to the stage for a spectacular night of entertainment in Children in Need Rocks 2018 coming to BBC One, 15 November at 8.30pm A glittering array of covers will feature as part of the concert, recorded on Wednesday 7 November at The SSE Arena, Wembley, including never-before-seen performances especially for Children in Need Rocks 2018 from All Saints who will perform The Police’s Message In A Bottle and Jess Glynne covering Hard To Handle by Otis Redding BBC Children in Need has revealed the surprises in store for audiences ahead of the broadcast of Children in Need Rocks…

Peston launches new Wednesday show

Robert Peston’s political magazine show moves to Wednesday nights next week – to provide viewers with a fresh, intelligent and lively perspective on the big matters of the day in a brand new slot. Promising a stellar line-up of guests from across the political spectrum as well as cultural figures, Peston will feature major interviews with Westminster heavy hitters, topical guests and the very latest political gossip from inside the bubble. The hour-long programme will be broadcast live on Twitter in a first for British terrestrial TV, as well as on the itv News website while it is recorded from 8pm before it airs on itv at 10.40pm. Peston will be getting his own Twitter emoji, which triggers when #Peston is typed by users. Co-presenter, The Guardian’s political editor Anushka Asthana will help Peston fuel the conversation in the studio and online, with updates from social media taking in perspectives…

The Lenny Henry Birthday Show

In 1975, a 16 year-old Lenny Henry bunked off school to appear on TV talent show New Faces, beginning a long and glittering career in comedy, theatre and film. In 2018 Sir Lenny is 60 – the perfect excuse to celebrate a man who has made a unique impact on British entertainment. Hosted by Sir Trevor McDonald in front of a studio audience, the programme takes a lighthearted look back at a career that started 43 years ago and hasn’t stopped since, as well presenting some brand new sketches on a range of topical subjects. Happy birthday Lenny! How does it feel to reach 60 and have a celebratory show about your life and career? It’s fantastic. It’s a real honour. You never imagine you’re going to be 60 when you’re a kid. I started when I was 15 years old, so to be 60 years old and having a…

BBC One’s Casualty to tackle rape storyline

Doctor Alicia Munroe (Chelsea Halfpenny) will face the most traumatic time of her life when she is raped by fellow Doctor Eddie McAllister. Casualty have consulted with Rape Crisis England & Wales on an upcoming storyline which tackles the subject of rape. The storyline will see Doctor Alicia Munroe wake up after an alcohol fuelled evening with fellow F1 doctor Eddie and during a series of flashbacks from the drunken evening, realise that she did not give her consent to sexual activity. The storyline will follow Alicia for six weeks as she struggles to deal with what has happened to her. Katie Russell, spokesperson for Rape Crisis England & Wales, says: “Sexual violence can be a difficult topic to handle sensitively on television, not least of all because of the number of common myths and stereotypes that it’s vital programme makers are aware of and avoid perpetuating. “It’s important to remember too…

Whitney is shocked as Tiffany returns to Walford in Monday´s Eastenders

Shirley tells Whitney that she’s no longer needed at the Queen Vic. As Whitney considers other options, she confides in Bex by revealing that there might be a new opportunity for her in Yorkshire. Just as Whitney starts to consider leaving Albert Square, she’s in for a shock as Tiffany arrives on her doorstep unexpectedly. Meanwhile, Masood is playing the big shot as he tries to show everyone how successful he is with his new ice cream business. He even tells Jack that he’s interested in renting one of his flats and will pay the money upfront. However, Masood is secretly desperate to get the money together. Elsewhere, Karen lands herself a job interview at the launderette, which is now re-opening.

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