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TV Times

04-Apr-2020

Published by TI Media Limited TV Times delivers unique and exclusive access to the UK's favourite TV personalities and shows. The magazine goes behind the scenes to bring you great features, exclusive photos, soap news and story updates. Includes a guide to the week's top films and seven days of easy-to-read TV listings plus two pages of TV highlights per day. ENGLAND edition.

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51 期号

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my week

DRAMA The Nest SUNDAY / BBC1 We’re only a few episodes in, but I’m already hooked on this psychological thriller starring Martin Compston and Sophie Rundle. TV newcomer Mirren Mack is superb as teenage surrogate Kaya, and she tells us why the role is a dream come true. See page 8 DRAMA Liar MONDAY / ITV LAST ONE Who killed serial rapist Andrew Earlham? I’ve got a few theories, but, as we know, writing brothers Harry and Jack Williams love throwing more twists into the tale! We take a look at all the suspects, and star Ioan Gruffudd tells us how playing Andrew has changed his career… See page 4 DRAMA Belgravia SUNDAY / ITV I’m a huge fan of period drama and Lord Julian Fellowes’ Victorian saga has me entranced. At its centre is a wonderful performance from Tamsin Greig,…

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‘he’s trapped like a rat!’

LIAR LAST ONE MONDAY / ITV / 9PM / EP 6 of 6 / DRAMA By his own admission, portraying serial rapist Andrew Earlham in ITV’s hard-hitting thriller Liar has been one of the toughest challenges in Ioan Gruffudd’s career. But it’s a role that the actor has wholeheartedly embraced. ‘I hadn’t imagined how much impact it would have on me personally,’ says Ioan, 46, as he chats to TV Times. ‘But playing someone like this has been an incredible opportunity and I’ll forever be grateful.’ Now, after two series of epic twists and shifting suspicions, all eyes are on this week’s explosive finale as the truth about despicable Andrew’s last moments – and also the identity of his killer – are finally unveiled. In the lead-up to his grisly end, flashbacks show fugitive Andrew stepping…

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the suspects…

Laura Nielson JOANNE FROGGATT The courageous teacher has been framed by Andrew, but could she still have killed him? ‘Laura is angry about what happened,’ says Joanne. ‘She does make wrong decisions…’ Luke Earlham JAMIE FLATTERS Horrified by his dad’s crimes, Andrew’s son has already tried to take his own life and has expressed a desire to murder him. ‘Luke has turned his back on Andrew…,’ teases Ioan. DS Rory Maxwell DANNY WEBB To protect his son Greg (Jack Colgrave Hirst), the cop framed Laura, but did he kill Andrew for assaulting his ex-colleague Vanessa? ‘It’s never felt like the police are on Laura’s side,’ says Joanne. Carl & Winnie Peterson HOWARD CHARLES & AMY NUTTALL Bitter Carl failed in his attempt to kill Andrew for assaulting his wife Winnie, but did either, or both of them, finish the job? ‘Carl…

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‘i look pretty good in flashback!’

“AS SOON AS I CRY, I LOOK LIKE A SWOLLEN POTATO!” BELGRAVIA SUNDAY / ITV / 9PM / EP 4 of 6 / DRAMA Tamsin Greig has more than proved her comedic credentials in award-winning sitcoms Green Wing, Episodes and Friday Night Dinner. But her heartfelt performance as grieving mother Anne Trenchard in ITV’s Sunday-night period drama Belgravia is now showing viewers her impressive dramatic range, too. Poor Anne has experienced every kind of emotion dealing with the death of daughter Sophia (Emily Reid) in childbirth and coping with the reality of having a secret grandson, Charles Pope (Jack Bardoe). This week, Anne and Charles’ paternal grandmother Caroline, Lady Brockenhurst (Dame Harriet Walter) continue to keep their true identities a secret from Jack to avoid scandal. But Caroline’s caddish nephew John Bellasis (Adam James) is on…

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a class apart

Your character, cotton merchant Charles Pope, doesn’t know he is the grandson of the Trenchards and the Brockenhursts. What does he think about them taking an interest in him? Well, all these people from a different social class seem to want to spend time with him and he’s fallen under their influence for reasons he’s not sure of. But he tries to go with the flow! And how is he coping with his growing feelings for spirited Lady Maria Grey (Ella Purnell)? He’s fallen head over heels; he’s never met anybody like her. But she’s from a different stratum of society and because Charles is a good person, he doesn’t want to sacrifice her good reputation. This is your first TV job. How did you feel when you landed the role? I’m really lucky. I…

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‘everyone’s hiding secrets…’

“EVEN I STILL CAN’T FIGURE OUT WHO I’M ROOTING FOR…” THE NEST SUNDAY / BBC1 / 9PM / EP 3 of 5 / DRAMA Softly spoken and wide-eyed, it’s little wonder that Mirren Mack, rising star of BBC1 drama The Nest, can barely stop smiling when TV Times meets her in Glasgow’s Grand Central Hotel during a break in filming on a cold December morning. Mirren, 22, from Stirling, Scotland, was in her final year of study at London’s prestigious Guildhall School of Music and Drama when she got ‘the call’ to say she’d successfully landed the meaty role of troubled teenager Kaya in the five-part prime-time thriller alongside household names Martin Compston (Line of Duty) and Sophie Rundle (Gentleman Jack). It’s only Mirren’s second TV performance, after playing Scottish schoolgirl Florence in Netflix hit…