DEEP Water has captivated the nation on ITV, but the show will be concluding its first series with episode six next week. And now, of course, fans are wondering whether there’ll be a second season of the hit crime show. Here’s all we know so far… Has a second series been confirmed yet? Given that Deep Water has yet to end its first series, it’ll remain unclear whether or not the show will be brought back to ITV. There’s no doubt that the exhilarating TV program has gained a lot of attention in recent weeks, with fans calling it one of the most thrilling shows on television, but have ratings been strong enough for it to land another series? And with the way things have been unfolding on the show, it’s hard to tell who could possibly reprise their role for season two. If an official word is made by ITV, we’ll be sure to update this explainer. What happens in episode five? Horrified from the attack, Roz makes her way home and sees an outrageous … [Read more...] about Deep Water series 2 – here’s everything you need to know
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LIAR made an incredible impact when it premiered with its first series in 2017, and now the thrilling drama is close to making its return for another run on ITV. But when is season 2 starting on ITV, who’s in the cast and what happened in season one? We have all the information you need to know... When is Liar season 2 being released? According to Radio Times, the hit show is expected to return to ITV in autumn, adding that the show commenced production on the second series in March. Though ITV has yet to confirm an official date, writers Harry and Jack Williams have confirmed that we’re just weeks away from catching all-new episodes of the drama. Will they be able to solve the murder case and point out Andrew’s killer? Who’s in the cast and what will happen next? Joanne Froggatt and Ioan Gruffudd are both expected to be reprising their roles as Laura Nielson and Andrew Earlham for the forthcoming season. We’re not entirely sure who else will definitely be … [Read more...] about Liar season 2 start date, cast and what happened in season one?
What’s really behind the interest in untreated water? Tim Smedley investigates. Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on WhatsApp Share on LinkedIn Share on Google+ Share by Email Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Reddit Share on LinkedIn Share on Google+ Share by Email By Tim Smedley 21 June 2019 “Anybody here drink water, but wish you could pay more for it?” In January 2018, the “raw water” movement was doing the rounds on the US TV comedy circuit, and it was Stephen Colbert’s turn on The Late Show. “Well, good news,” continued Colbert, “because the next big start-up craze in Silicon Valley is ‘raw water’… water that’s unfiltered, untreated and unsterilised. Wow, drinking that sounds unsane!”This followed a New York Times article mocking a new craze in San … [Read more...] about Why are people thirsty for ‘raw water’?
0 Have your say Daniel Harber of Orton Rangers was the top goalscorer in local football last season. The Peterborough League hot-shot hit a fabulous 54 goals for Division Four side Orton Rangers. Top scorer in ladies football was Fran Kavanagh of Ketton with 47.On the junior front the top boy was Leland Dent of Peterborough Nene Under 13s with 50 and the top girl Chelsea Burr of ICA Under 15s with 58.THE 2018-2019 HOT-SHOTS(top 10 in each division) EVO-STIK NORTHERN LEAGUEEast DIVISION1 Aaron Martin Brighouse Town 25 2 Eli Hey Pontefract Collieries 223 Marc Newsham Sheffield FC 214 Ryan Robbins Loughborough Dynamo 21 5 Scott Vernon Cleethorpes Town 21 6 Karl Demidh Loughborough Dynamo 207 Jacob Hazel Frickley Athletic 208 Joe Lumsden Tadcaster Albion 209 Jamie Owens Marske United 2010 Ryan Blott Pickering Town 15EVO-STIK SOUTHERN LEAGUEDIVISION ONE CENTRAL1 Jason Cowley Bromsgrove Sporting 302 Bernard Christie AFC Dunstable 293 Elliot Sandy Corby … [Read more...] about Hot-shot Harber was top scorer in local football last season
Images of popular protests that recall the revolutionary movement of 2011 have dominated news from the Arabic-speaking world for months. Uprisings began in Sudan on 19 December and in Algeria with the marches of Friday 22 February. They revived memories of the huge, peaceful demonstrations early in the Arab Spring that shook Tunisia, Egypt, Bahrain, Yemen, Libya and Syria. Commentators have been more cautious this time, asking questions rather than commenting directly, mindful of the bitter disappointment that followed their initial euphoria over the Arab Spring. The repression of the 2011 uprising in Bahrain, crushed after only a few weeks with the help of the other oil monarchies of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC), could have been the exception, given the unique characteristics of that club of states. But two years later the region entered a counter-revolutionary phase, with a new chain reaction going the other way. Bashar al-Assad launched a new offensive in Syria in spring 2013 … [Read more...] about The seasons after the Arab Spring