Cheat answered one of the main questions we had about ITV’s gripping psychological thriller – why? – but inevitably left the biggest – who? – for tonight’s finale. The reason for university student Rose’s obsession with Leah was not fuelled by the lecturer’s accusation of plagiarism. They were actually sisters (or at least half-sisters). Uh oh... Cheat answered one of the main questions we had about ITV’s gripping psychological thriller – why? – but inevitably left the biggest – who? – for tonight’s finale Rose’s stalking, stealing, and seduction of Leah’s partner Adam had in fact been aimed at her father (Peter Firth). He had steadfastly refused to acknowledge Rose as his daughter, let alone welcome her into the family thereby denying her the love and security she so desperately craved/needed. Who had killed Adam though remained unanswered, as it had from the ambiguous opening shot … [Read more...] about 10 questions we need answering in finale of Cheat, by Jim Shelley
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UK 1 January 2019 Share this with Facebook Share this with Messenger Share this with Twitter Share this with Email Share this with Facebook Share this with WhatsApp Share this with Messenger Share this with Twitter Share Share this with These are external links and will open in a new window Email Share this with Email Facebook Share this with Facebook Messenger Share this with Messenger Messenger Share this with Messenger Twitter Share this with Twitter Pinterest Share this with Pinterest WhatsApp Share this with WhatsApp LinkedIn Share this with LinkedIn Copy this link https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-46627083 Read more about sharing. These are external links and will open in a new window Close share panel Related TopicsBrexit While political uncertainty remains over Brexit, life must go on as normal for British families - and that includes making … [Read more...] about Brexit and holidays: What do I need to know?
For a member of a team on the worst losing run in the Championship, Grant Hall is surprisingly upbeat. Queens Park Rangers have lost their past five league matches, two in the past week. They have not won in the Championship since Boxing Day, when they were in eighth position and vying for the play-off spots. Now, not even two months later, they lie 18th. Hall, 27, is picking out only positives though. Last month, he finally returned from injury. Debilitating knee tendonitis that kept him out for nearly 18 months had left him fearing for his career. “I’d read about Owen Hargreaves, who had it in his knee, too, and had to retire early because he had operations and it didn’t work. So, I was sceptical and I thought if it didn’t work, my career will be over.” After beginning at Brighton, spending a short spell at Tottenham – in which he was mostly on loan trying to make his mark at League One and Championship sides – his move to QPR in 2015 had … [Read more...] about QPR’s Grant Hall on 18-month injury torment: ‘I’m not ashamed to say I needed help, I had dark days’
Three weeks ago, when I stood in the elevator of a New York City hotel to interview Liam Neeson about his new film during a press junket, I thought I knew what to expect. Press junkets are a peculiar breed of interview. They are rigid environments in which journalists are given a specific amount of time, and a specific time slot, to speak with some of Hollywood’s biggest stars. Junkets have a justified reputation for leading to fluff pieces. Celebrities don’t typically open up about personal matters in that setting, and the fact that they’re often paired with a co-star only serves to reinforce that tendency. So when I sat down in the sprawling suite of that Manhattan hotel to speak with Neeson, 66, and his 29-year-old co-star Tom Bateman, I was hoping to leave with enough material to write an interesting celebrity profile. Then, 12 minutes into what turned out to be a 17-minute interview, I asked Neeson a question about his character in Cold Pursuit, and as we now … [Read more...] about Opinion: I was the one who interviewed Liam Neeson — and there are some things I need to clarify
Belfast murder victim’s family need answers, vigil told BelfastTelegraph.co.uk The family of a murdered Belfast community worker need answers, a vigil in his memory has heard. https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/news/northern-ireland/belfast-murder-victims-family-need-answers-vigil-told-37767616.html https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/news/northern-ireland/article37767609.ece/fd8a8/AUTOCROP/h342/bpanews_7684051a-c116-47b8-8b10-2a03d2ab8b37_1 Email The family of a murdered Belfast community worker need answers, a vigil in his memory has heard. Ian Ogle, 45, died after being set upon by a group of men in Cluan Place, near a busy road in the east of the city, at around 9pm on Sunday. Police have described the level of violence used against the father-of-two as “barbaric”. Hundreds of people turned out for a vigil in his memory on Wednesday evening, many carrying candles or balloons, filling the Albertbridge Road. There was music from marching bands the East … [Read more...] about Belfast murder victim’s family need answers, vigil told