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Airing Date for Miss Marple

According to Digital Spy the first episode of Miss Marple 2 will air January 28, 2006. Sophia Myles is playing a lead role in this episode called Sleeping Murder.

Some people at Gavin DeGraw Messageboards have posted that they saw the music video ‘We Belong Together’ (promotion for ‘Tristan & Isolde’ also featuring Sophia Myles) during previews at US screenings of ‘Walk The Line’ and ‘Rent’. I think this means the video is probably soon going to surface on TV or on the net. Let’s keep our eyes open! Any info on this is always welcome, thanks!

The screening times for Art School Confidential at the Sundance Film Festival:

Mon. Jan 23, 6:00pm, Eccles
Tue. Jan 24, 11:30am, Library
Wed. Jan 25, 9:00pm, Tower
Fri. Jan 27, 6:30pm, Peery’s

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Affiliates, links and else

I finished some more site updates: The guestbook and the search sections have now been adapted to the new look and a while ago I added the F.A.Q. page. Expect a new poll soon!

The Sleeping Murder page now features links to sites with more information on Sophia’s costars in the new series. Filming has finished last Friday and the UK airing date the production company is aiming for seems to be Boxing Day.

The site’s new affiliates: Bryce Online Dot Com and Milla-Jo. And you can now rate ‘Absolutely Sophia Myles’ at Celebrity Exchange:

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‘Miss Marple: Sleeping Murder’ is filming

‘Miss Marple: Sleeping Murder’ is now filming. Part of the shooting is taking place in Sidmouth, Devon (UK). Ed Hall, son of Peter Hall, is directing. It’s the first time he’s working for television. Before, he was working at the National Theatre. Geraldine McEwan is playing Miss Marple, Russ Abbot the local detective Inspector Primer. Another lead role is Gwenda Reed, played by Sophia Myles. Other cast members include Dawn French, Una Stubbs, Peter Serafinowicz, Anna-Louise Plowman, Martin Kemp, Sarah Parish, Paul McGann, Phil Davis, Geraldine Chaplin (daughter of famous Charlie Chaplin) and Aidan McArdle. The 2-hour ITV/Granada production will air late 2005/early 2006.

This is a synopsis for the Agatha Christie novel the drama is based upon:

“Let sleeping murder lie”: This is the motto which is not obeyed by Gwenda Halliday, a woman in her early twenties who has recently married and now comes to England to settle down there. For all she knows, she has never set foot on English soil before, as her father brought her directly from India to New Zealand when she was a two year-old girl. While her husband is still abroad on business, she drives around the countryside looking for a suitable house which might become their permanent residence. She decides on the small village of Dillmouth in the South of England when she finds a nice old house there called Hillside which immediately appeals to her. Little does she know yet why this is the case.

Note to anyone who has read the book or seen the previous series: please do not post any spoilers on the site! Thank you!