A WARTIME love triangle set against the backdrop of a devastated and defeated Germany makes for surprisingly gloomy viewing in James Kent's handsome but emotionally starved drama based on the novel by Rhidian Brook.
ALAN PARTRIDGE, IT'S BEEN 25 YEARS SINCE YOUR LAST BBC PRESENTING JOB. It has. But very soon I'll be parking ma backside on the This Time sofa, just inches from regular host Jennie Gresham, a broadcaster I genuinely admire.
WHEN it comes to TV chefs, there are only a few who've been chopping, frying and serving up dishes on our screens for more than 25 years – and James Martin, with his straight-talking, homely and down-to-earth manner, is one of them.
Today Gin Palace, Afterlight, Paul & The Meanie etc – The Empire, Belfast Blackout Season, Red House, SX-70 etc – Oh Yeah, Belfast Donal Scullion – Crescent Arts Centre, Belfast Lost Society – Voodoo, Belfast Jan Doyle Band, Gross Net, Ruth Bate – The 343, Belfast Dead Horse Jive, The Skanks – Bennigans, Derry