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Dishonorably-discharged former special ops interrogation officer Jimmy Vickers (Danny Dyer, EastEnders) discovers that his parents have been mercilessly murdered after an attempted robbery gone wrong. He sets out to seek revenge on his parents killers. Using his military training, he tracks down the gang responsible and carries out his own brutal justice.
Whether you want to impress your friends with your London lingo, or simply to understand what the characters on EastEnders are talking about, The Little Book of Cockney Rhyming Slang is packed with all the words you;ll ever need. It;ll be perfect when you;re on the dog and bone to your best china plates, or down the rub-a-dub with your trouble and strife.
Ray Brooks' acting career has spanned more than four decades, from his breakthrough role in iconic 1960s film The Knack, to infamy as the murderer of Pauline Fowler in EastEnders. The diary Ray wrote while working on EastEnders provides us with a fascinating glimpse behind the scenes at Albert Square, and also prompts Ray to take dips into his past: growing up in Brighton with his bus conductress mother, working with Ken Loach on the ground-breaking BBC drama, Cathy Come Home, fighting off Daleks in Dr Who and starring as gambler Robbie Box in the hit TV show Big Deal.
The Time Lords discover that the Master has stolen their secret file on the Doomsday Weapon and decide to send the Doctor and Jo on to retrieve it for them. The Doctor finds himself on an alien planet in the middle of a territorial dispute between peaceful colonists and the Interplanetary Mining Corporation. Watch out for Roy from "Eastenders". Audio commentary by actors Katy Manning (Jo Grant), Bernard Kay (Caldwell), Morris Perry (Dent), Director Michael Briant, Script Editor Terrance Dicks and Assistant Floor Manager Graeme Harper, moderated by Toby adoke, IMC Needs You!: making of (25 mins), From the cutting room floor (13 min), Photo gallery 96min), PDF materials: radio times listings, production notes subtitle option.
Michelle Collins has played iconic roles in the two most-watched soap operas on British television. In the 1990s she played the backstabbing blonde, Cindy Beale, in EastEnders, and in 2011 she joined the cast of Coronation Street and now plays much-loved Rovers Return landlady, Stella Price. But what about the rest? Much of Michelle's remarkable story has never been told before.
To Be Continued. explores the world's most popular form of television drama; the soap opera. From Denver to Delhi, Moscow to Manchester, audiences eagerly await the next episode of As the World Turns, The Rich Also Weep or Eastenders. But the popularity of soap operas in Britain and the US pales in comparison to the role that they play in media cultures in other parts of the world.