An hour with actor Bill Nighy on his new film, "The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel," and a life in film, television, and theater.
Charlie Talks With Director Sam Mendes About His New Show On Broadway, "The Vertical Hour", Which Stars Bill Nighy And Julianne Moore. The Play Follows The Personal Struggle Of A Former War Correspondent Who Had Vocally Supported The Iraq War Only To Begin To Doubt Her Convictions. Mendes Also Discusses The Role Of Patriotism And Nationalism In Contemporary Society.
As the truth finally emerges, Cal makes a shattering discovery.
Corporate conspiracies are brought to light.
The feud between the French sisters over Gibson is spiralling out of control, while Nora's relationship with Hugh is looking perilous.
Betrayal lies closer to home than Stephen expected.
Is the press above the rule of law, or does it have its own rules?
Louis arrives back in London to reclaim his son by whatever means necessary. In Wells, Brooke and Dorothy's relationship causes tension between Dorothy and Aunt Stanbury and the French sisters continue their battle over Gibson.
How do you get to the truth when everyone is lying?
The gulf between Emily and Louis deepens further when he hears from Bozzle that she has had a visit from Colonel Osborne. Meanwhile in Wells, Aunt Stanbury offers Dorothy a dowry to marry Reverend Gibson.
Colonel Osborne's frequent visits to his goddaughter Emily begin to alarm her husband.
A political suicide starts the media guessing.
Roy Mallard is in Winchester to discover the artistic genius behind the work of photographer Will Rushmore (Bill Nighy – The Men's Room). Unfortunately, Will's talent behind the camera is equal to that of Roy's.
Roy Mallard is in Winchester to discover the artistic genius behind the wo rk of photographer Will Rushmore (Bill Nighy – The Men’s Room). Unfortunately, Will’s talent behind the camera is equal to that of Roy’s.
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