By Marc Jackson for MailOnline. He sent fans into a frenzy after announcing he is to quit Doctor Who by the end of the year. Now Peter Capaldi has joined in the name-dropping for the next Time Lord - and he wants a woman to take over from him.
An English preparatory school is graduating a new class of brilliant young men, who are getting ready for exams and interviews hoping to be accepted by the prestigious Oxford and Cambridge universities. But when the headmaster decides to bring in a new teacher in order to provide the students with a different perspective, the senior staff is upset. A much older man pinches the buttock of a young woman and she flinches it is implied that he gropes her regularly.
Frances de la Tour born 30 July is an English actress of French descent, best known for her role as Miss Ruth Jones in the television sitcom Rising Damp from until She is a Tony Award winner and three-time Olivier Award winner. She played Mrs.
As Crimbo approaches, a deleted scene from Love Actually has begun to circulate online, and it's totally heartbreaking. The scene was axed because a previous scene introducing a stern headmistress critiquing the son of Emma Thompson's character Karen was ditched. It centres around the headmistress played by Anne Reid going home after food shopping, when we meet her partner Geraldine, played by Frances de la Tour. It's soon very evident that Geraldine is terminally ill, but the lesbian couple chat about the usual topics — including picking apples and leek out of the sausages they planned to eat for dinner.
The erotic thriller "Trap for Cinderella" is neither erotic nor thrilling, but rather reliant on cheap nudity and multiple mistaken-identity switcheroos in hopes of keeping us on edge. This would be sub-par and downright dull even if it were a late-night, made-for-cable movie. Inspired by the novel by French author Sebastien Japrisotwriter-director Iain Softley's film lazily piles on twists and double-crosses to the point where it becomes more laughable than suspenseful.
Frances de la Touralso Frances J. She is a Tony Award winner and three-time Olivier Award winner. She performed as Mrs.
Leonard Rossiter starred in legendary Seventies sitcom Rising Damp as the sneering, conniving landlord Rigsby in a seedy boarding house. His main mission in life is to chase female boarder Miss Jones Frances de la Tour in between endlessly battling with his two male tenants, effete medical student Alan RIchard Beckinsale and Philip Don Warringtonscion of an African chief. The cast remained constant throughout the series although Gay Rose, a nude model, appeared briefly as a lodger when Frances de la Tour took a break from the show. The format of Rising Damp was sold to the US.
It takes approximately 90 seconds to register that Frances de la Tour is a shocking flirt. As she perches beside me on the sofa in the first-floor bar of the Ivy Club in Soho, her eyes lock on to mine, her expressive mouth widens into a cheerfully on-for-it grin and, as I babble through a chaotic question about her recent adventures, she cuts straight across it and says, fingering the sleeve of my suit: "This is a nice piece of schmatter — is it linen or cotton? This year, in which she turns 71, she celebrates 50 years of stage acting at the highest level — at the Royal Shakespeare Company, the National Theatre and in London's West End.