As reported in a regional newspaper (UK Newsquest Regional Press - This Is Brighton And Hove) Nat is going to support a celebrity event that’s planned to raise thousands of pounds for a hospice. The event is called “Models Own” and is an idea of Brighton theatre producer Barry Mishon who asked famous names to take part in the event to raise funds for the Martlets Hospice in Hove.

Mr. Mishon said: "I wanted to do something that was different to anything else and I think we have got it. We are hoping to add more names to the list as the weeks go by so it is truly going to be an amazing, star-studded and glamorous evening. I have always supported the work the hospice does and find it astonishing they have to raise so much money to keep going because they do not get much government funding."

WGBH (in co-production with BBC) will release the fourth season of The Inspector Lynley Mysteries on DVD in the USA from September 26, 2006. The publication date is in sync with the broadcast of IL4 in the USA.

If things go the way they used to, this edition is also be encoded as region free, meaning that you'll be able to play this edition all around the world on all DVD players. The ISBN number is 1-593756-13-5. As usual a short reminder: Please note that all publishing dates might be rescheduled - this can be due to last-minute decisions of the publisher.

New info: This edition is the first one from WGBH WITH an region encoding. It's running on US DVD players only and - naturally - on region-free DVD players.

The Inspector Lynley Mysteries made a successful return to BBC One, winning its slot each night with more than 5 million viewers! The first episode attracted 5.4 million viewers that equals a 30% share between 20:00 and 21:30 (GMT) in the UK, according to unofficial overnights. BBC1's detective drama was up against The Bill on ITV1, which took in the second place that evening with 4 million viewers and a 23% share.

During its second outing IL 5.2 beat The Bill yet again. The second episode had more than 5.2 million viewers between 8pm and 9.30pm, that's a 28% share. The last episode in this series (IL 5.4) hit that 28% mark yet again with 5.8 million viewers tuning in.

The PR machinery for Stardust is in full swing, trying to make a good start for the movie's premiere which currently is planned for August 10th, 2007 (release dates are subject to change!). Paramount has a website up already and Neil Gaiman was at the Comic Convention 2006 in San Diego along with first clips and footage from the movie. There are several articles out on that that somehow make your mouth quite watery... There are two in particular written by folks who were at the con I'd like to draw your attention to:

A few weeks ago I told you about this year's Emmy contenders. Now I have the great pleasure to give you more news on the 58th Primetime Emmy Awards that will be celebrated on August 27th, 2006 at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles. Bleak House made it on the shortlist for the Emmys in ten categories. Most prominent are the nominations for Best Miniseries, it has also one nomination for Best Actress (Miniseries or Movie) for Gillian Anderson and Best Actor (Miniseries or Movie) for Charles Dance.

Nominated for Outstanding Art Direction For A Miniseries, Or Movie are Simon Elliot, Production Designer and Bill Crutcher, Art Director. Also in the running for Outstanding Cinematography For A Miniseries Or Movie is Kieran McGuigan, Director of Photography. Outstanding Costumes For A Miniseries, Movie Or A Special Andrea Galer, Costume Designer and Charlotte Morris, Assistant Costume Designer. And not forgetting the nominations for Outstanding Directing For A Miniseries, Movie Or A Dramatic Special Justin Chadwick, Director. Congratulations to all nominees! The deadline for the Primetime Emmy Awards ballots is August 15th, 2006. 

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