MARTIN Clunes has revealed he broke down in floods of tears when filming on Doc Martin ended after 18 years. The hit ITV medical comedy-drama has been on air since 2004 but will come to an end when the current series concludes. Clunes, 60, has starred as local doctor Martin Ellingham who has a severe phobia of blood and his lack of social skills. The show has been a roaring success, amassing millions of viewers and being aired in over 100 countries. Speaking about the series coming to an end, Martin said it was a "bittersweet" moment which left him and his co-stars "in tears" once the final scene was filmed. "Filming the final scenes was very much a bitter-sweet experience for me," he told The Mirror. Read more on Doc Martin SURGERY TIMES This is how may episodes you can expect from the final series of Doc Martin BEGINNING OF THE END Doc Martin fans gutted as last EVER series kicks off with top episode … [Read more...] about Martin Clunes breaks down in tears as Doc Martin airs last ever series after 18 years
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It’s off to prep school for Prince George this September but happily without a tuck box, teddy bear and tearful goodbye. It has now been confirmed that the third in line to the throne, who turned nine this July, will become a day pupil at Lambrook School in Berkshire, along with his sister, Princess Charlotte, seven, and brother, Prince Louis, four. The school, in a white stucco house surrounded by parkland, is just a short drive from Adelaide Cottage, the Cambridges’ new residence near Windsor Castle – and according to current parents, offers a modern, cosy and nurturing take on the quintessential prep school experience. “There’s no comparing it to the hot house our daughter attended in London – there’s acres of space and no pushiness,” says one. “The lessons are fun and there’s a tight, all-inclusive community. I defy any child not to love it.” The Cambridge children, however, might not be feeling quite so enthusiastic about the move. Thomas’s Battersea , where the older … [Read more...] about The Cambridge children’s new school – ‘respectable yet not one of the posh ones’
MAFS: Gemma cries about her mistakes from the wedding SUBSCRIBE Invalid email We use your sign-up to provide content in ways you've consented to and to improve our understanding of you. This may include adverts from us and 3rd parties based on our understanding. You can unsubscribe at any time. More info In the latest instalment of Married at First Sight UK, viewers got to see the latest additions to the experiment, Gemma and Matt and Sophie and Johnathan, enjoy their honeymoons as newlyweds. However after Gemma’s constant sexual comments toward her new husband made him pull away, tears were shed. Related articles Royal fans fume as Prince Harry placed in second row Meghan Markle gives comforting smile to Princess Charlotte Making it clear on their wedding day that she had a high sex drive, Gemma made a series of crude comments and jokes to her husband Matt at their reception. With intimacy being … [Read more...] about ‘I ruined it’: MAFS UK bride Gemma in tears on honeymoon over wedding comments
Queen: Commentators discuss London travel SUBSCRIBE Invalid email We use your sign-up to provide content in ways you've consented to and to improve our understanding of you. This may include adverts from us and 3rd parties based on our understanding. You can unsubscribe at any time. More info On Monday morning at 6:30am, no trains were able to leave Padding station in London due to damaged electric lines near Hayes and Harlington station. Around 250 extra trains were planned for Monday, but some well-wishers who wanted to attend Queen Elizabeth’s funeral were unable to travel to London central on time and were delayed travel for several hours. Related articles The Queen's three-part funeral procession mapped in FULL Train, bus and plane travel affected during Queen's funeral Network Rail has said travel disruption will continue until noon on Tuesday, which means the rush hour in the morning after the bank … [Read more...] about ‘Absolutely gutted’ Mourners watch Queen’s funeral on phones due to railway disruption
Ghosts: Season four trailer released by BBC SUBSCRIBE Invalid email We use your sign-up to provide content in ways you've consented to and to improve our understanding of you. This may include adverts from us and 3rd parties based on our understanding. You can unsubscribe at any time. More info Supernatural sitcom Ghosts season four has landed on BBC iPlayer as a boxset and will be airing on BBC One tonight (September 23) at 8.50pm. The show features a core cast as well as some guest cast members who will be joining in the different episodes. The first instalment is called Happy Holiday with the Button House B&B welcoming its first guests with typically hilarious consequences. Trending Who is in the cast of Ghosts season 4, episode 1? Lady Fanny Button - Martha Howe-Douglas Actress and writer on the show Martha Howe-Douglas reprises her role as ghost Lady Fanny Button with the actress previously featuring in Doctor … [Read more...] about Ghosts season 4, episode 1 cast: Who stars in the BBC comedy?
Fourteen hours after his work day began, Devance Ball’s phone rang. It was 10 p.m. A mother having a mental breakdown had abandoned her toddler in a dangerous New Orleans neighborhood. Ball, a supervisor in the state’s Department of Children and Family Services , worried about a caseworker handling the crisis alone. He rushed to the scene to get the child help. But no foster parents were available at midnight. So, Ball found a toddler bed and set it up in his office. The building’s lights and air conditioner had shut off for the night. He cradled and soothed the frightened boy to sleep, staying by his side until daybreak. Then Ball drove home for a shower and breakfast. He headed right back to work. “Sometimes our workers are stretched so thin they’re only able to do the bare minimum to make sure a child is safe,” Ball said. “And get to the next child. It takes a toll on them and their mental health. They’re exhausted.” Severe, chronic staffing shortages are engulfing … [Read more...] about Huge caseloads, high stakes: The dire situation Louisiana’s child welfare workers face