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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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‘Colditz’ airings

I found some TV airing dates for Colditz at Damien Lewis Group: Hallmark Channel is broadcasting the WWII drama. As of yet there’s still no date for the US. However it will be aired in Latin America on August 6,7 and 15. To find out times visit Hallmark Channel TV. And in the Czech Republic it will air on August 20-22. Visit their Colditz page.

Also thanks to Damien Lewis Group we have another Behind the Scenes photo.

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‘Colditz’ Airing

Information from ITV TV Guide: First part will air on Sunday, March 27 at 21.00 and the second/final part on Monday, March 28 also at 21.00. The channel is ITV1 – in the UK.

Plot summary: First of a two-part drama, starring Tom Hardy as Jack Rose, a soldier trapped in a German PoW camp, desperate to return home to England and his girlfriend Lizzie. When a daring escape attempt sees the young man locked up in the sinister Colditz and fellow comrade McGrade running free, Jack shouts a final plea to him to find Lizzie and assure her that he will be home soon – unaware of the effect his request will have on all of their lives. Conclusion of the two-part drama. Believing Jack to be dead, Lizzie turns to drink in an effort to keep her nerves under control – but her problems multiply rapidly as her flat receives a direct hit from a German bomber. The prisoners’ morale receives a boost as they are sent parcels of unusual gifts – which conceal vital escape equipment. Sawyer finally returns to Blighty and quickly develops suspicions about McGrade, while Ullmann learns about Rhett’s dependence on morphine.

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