Sorry for being a tad late on this one, but sometimes life (or what you call it) comes in between things. Here's a reminder for those who haven't yet read it, heard it or wrote about it on our forum or kindly e-mailed me about it.

I bet you're all very much excited about this. Nat will be a guest star in the upcoming episode of Hotel Babylon this Tuesday (26 February, 2008) on BBC One from 21:00 to 22:00 (GMT).

As promised Nat will be doing theatre again and a lot of his fans will be delighted to get a chance to watch him live on stage. He will be starring in Simon Gray's successful "Quartermaine's Terms" in May in a production based in Windsor. Simon Gray's funny and sharp-witted play colourfully portrays the lives of Quartermaine and the teachers of Cull-Loomis school. St. John Quartermaine is one of those people who never quite manages to make an impact. He works at a struggling school in Cambridge teaching English to foreign students, but fails to inspire.

Magnolia Pictures has rescheduled the US release for Flawless. The distribution company that's based in New York decided to change the announced limited theatrical release from November 30th, 2007 to March this year.

Director Michael Radford filmed a clever diamond-heist thriller set in swinging 1960s London. Demi Moore plays Laura Quinn, an intelligent, driven and beautiful - but also ageing - executive at the London Diamond Corporation who finds herself frustrated by a glass ceiling after years of faithful employment, as man after man is promoted ahead of her despite her greater experience.

On November 11, 2007, over 150 people gathered inside St Dunstan and All Saints, Stepney, to celebrate the Christmas Story and raise funds for The Mission to Seafarers (MtS) at the society's annual Carol Concert. St Dunstan’s has been the literal and spiritual home to generations of seafarers.

The seafaring connection is so strong that for many years “Born in Stepney” was synonymous with “born at sea”, as many on-board baptisms’ certificates were sent to the rector of St Dunstan’s. Today the medieval church is situated in a diverse and multicultural community located between the City and Canary Wharf.

The last two episodes of The Inspector Lynley Mysteries (TILM series six) have been broadcast in the Netherlands and Germany.

Newspaper and magazine articles in both countries accompanied Havers' and Lynley's last two cases informing the audience about the cancellation of the hugely popular series.

The ratings in Germany were extremely good, in fact they have been tops amongst the most popular TILM broadcasts on ZDF - that's especially true for the conclusive episode.

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