salvation army logoI'm quite happy to tell you that highlights of Celebrating Christmas with The Salvation Army 2012 at the Royal Albert Hall will be broadcast via various BBC Local Radio network stations over the next few days. For our international visitors this detail may come as a welcome surprise: You can listen on-line via your PC!

The Salvation Army's annual festival of carols which was hosted this year by Nat and included readings by fellow actor Julian Rhind-Tutt and Clarence Adoo MBE. The event was made complete by performances from the International Staff Band and International Staff Songsters.

The Royal Albert Hall was packed with Salvation Army donors, friends and members for the evening of Christmas carols and reflection on the theme of 'Comfort and Joy'. Please go to the Gallery section to see some pictures from the wonderful event.

 

Nat will be part of the Celebration of Christmas in aid of aid of Macmillan Cancer Support, with music by Schola Cantorum.

The readings will be held by Freddie Jones, Joanna Lumley, Jeany Spark and Kevin Whately and Nat of course. The event is taking place at Christ Church Cathedral, Oxford, UK on December 7, 2012 from 20:00 to 22:00. Tickets will soon be available from £15 each.

To obtain your tickets, please visit Tickets Oxford at www.oxfordplayhouse.com/ticketsoxford or call +44 1865 305 305. You might also consider a donation to Macmillan Cancer Support. In order to do so, please visit their donation pages.

Fantastic news for the team of The Domino Effect. The movie on the economic crisis and its effects on the world has now already won three nominations in the Netherlands Film Festival. It's been listed as possible Best Picture, Best Direction for Paula van der Oest and Best Camera for Guido van Gennep. Congratulations for being on the short list for the Golden Calf 2012!

 

The first episode of Me And Mrs. Jones premièred on BBC One on Friday night and was up against England's World Cup qualifying group match which had 5.5 million viewers (25%) .

The new sitcom did well and launched with 3.13 million viewers tuning in. That's an audience share of 14.2%. The second episode attracted 2.43 million viewers (11% audience share) while episode three had a better rating with 2.72 million (12.85) following the new sitcom. The fourth instalment had 2.7 million viewers (12.3% audience share). The penultimate episode had 2.43 million viewers (11.2% audience share). The final episode of the first series had 1.72 million viewers tuning in which equals a 7.3% audience share.

More facts and figures will be up once they become available. I'll keep you informed with this article.

Paula van der Oest's movie The Domino Effect will be in competition in the international section at 28th Warsaw Film Festival which is taking place from October 12 - 21, 2012 in Warsaw, Poland. This has been announced by Stefan Laudyn, Director of Warsaw Film Festival.

If the global economy came to a sudden stop, what would be the effect on families worldwide? People in different countries or continents might not seem to be interrelated, but there is more here than meets the eye.

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