After a very successful first series, which aired last year, A Young Doctor’s Notebook returns with a second four-part series, A Young Doctor’s Notebook and Other Stories, airing on Sky Arts 1 from Thursday 21st November.
Ahead of next week’s premiere, Sky has released a behind the scenes look at the series, featuring interviews with Dan and co-star Jon Hamm.
As of yet, there are no broadcast dates for any countries other than the UK, but we’ll keep you posted.
Currently on a well-earned holiday in New York (last week’s Frankenstein rehearsals notwithstanding), Dan, who said he planned to spend his time off seeing some shows, caught yesterday’s performance of A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder, visiting the cast backstage after the show.
For more pictures, head over to Broadway.com
Dan is set to portray UK athlete Sebastian Coe in the film Gold, which dramatises Coe’s rivalry with fellow athlete Steve Ovett during the run up to the Moscow 1980 Olympics. The film is based on the book The Perfect Distance, by Pat Butcher.
An epic story of the rivalry between Steve Ovett and Sebastian Coe.
Britain in the late 70s; two athletes are about to rewrite the record books for the middle distance running. Their battle will go down in history as the most intense and combative sporting clash of its era. This is the compelling story of Sebastian Coe and Steve Ovett, two men from very different backgrounds, two athletes with very different styles, both with one goal – win Olympic Gold. A taut, adrenalized look at a clash that had a nation gripped.
Filming is scheduled to start in April 2014, in the UK and Russia, and is a joint production from BBC Films, The British Film Institute, and AL Films. Woman in Black’s James Watkins will be directing.
Many thanks to our Order Partners RGN for the first video in ABC’s rather Pottery weekend… You can view it here in HD or watch the video below…
Thank you to GRA‘s Carole for finding the following article and video from Cineplex.com. Behind the ‘read more’.
Following its BAFTA award for Outstanding British Contribution to Cinema, as the Harry Potter film series draws to a close. UK viewers could have seen a look back…
As we promised you earlier, here are the cast and crew and all important creator of Harry Potter accepting the BAFTA for Outstanding British Contribution to Cinema.