Yesterday Eve Myles met Dewi, a 3-year old with CP (Cerebral Palsy), his amazing family are trying to raise money to get him to USA for surgery. Bellow is a message from Eve.
I met the most brave and beautiful family today. Their story absolutely broke my heart. Please take a few minutes to read this.
Dewi is a 3 year old boy with Cerebral Palsy from Pontypridd South Wales. Just like any other 3 year old he dreams of being able to jump, run and ride a bike without pain. Unfortunately Dewi has diaplegia spacicity cerebral palsy. His parents perform daily physio therapy and he has treatment once a week from a physiotherapist but now his parents have discovered an operation called SDR which would help but with limited availability in the UK he’ll need to go to the USA for treatment.
The challenge now is to raise £60,000 to make this happen. Dewi’s brave parents and 8 year old sister (pictured above with young Dewi) are doing what they can to raise money.
Please donate to help this family raise funds for an operation in the USA to help him. Anything you can give will be so gratefully received and can make such a difference.
Go to http://www.justgiving.com/DewisDreams and give what you can and tell your friends. Follow them on twitter @dewisdreams and help spread the word.
Thank you so much!
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At a press conference for the hit CW show, Arrow, John Barrowman revealed that the BBC are producing “three or four” audio dramas based on the series. It’s hard to believe that it’s been four years since we last saw team Torchwood.
The actor added:
“My sister and I are discussing the possibility of writing one of them”
Barrowman is now a series regular on Arrow, but he did reveal that the producers have always stated they would allow him to film more Torchwood/Doctor Who, should the opportunity ever arises).
John and his sister Carole E. Barrowman, have co-written several Torchwood novels together as well as some comics.
Barrowman didn’t specify a timeframe for production/broadcast, or even if the events took place pre/after miracle day, but he did say at least one story will feature the original Torchwood team.
Torchwood producers Russell T Davies and Julie Gardner will also be involved.
Are you excited for the return of Torchwood? Let us know below
Our reviews of the previous Torchwood audio plays can be found
The BBC have issued four new images from episode 3 of Frankie. Click on the images to enlarge.
Thanks to BBC pictures for the images.
Eve Myles has been a guest on the podcast a couple of times. Have a listen to the chat the Pharos project and I had with her last year, as well as the short chat she had with us at the entertainment media show.
A few years ago in America, there were a series of commercials featuring Cavemen advertising GEICO car insurance. A TV exec saw the ads and thought “this would make a great TV show” (It didn’t).
After watching Frankie, it’s clear that an exec at the BBC saw the boots “here come the girls” commercials and had the same thought.
Luckily, Frankie is a good show. It’s written by Lucy Gannon (Soldier Soldier) and stars Eve Myles (Doctor Who/Torchwood) and Dean Lennox Kelly (Doctor Who/Shameless).
Frankie (played by Myles) is a nurse with a heart of gold, often putting the care of her patients a head of her own. Her long-term partner Ian (Kelly), a police officer is starting to feel the strain of her being so caring.
The episode starts off a few days before Frankie’s 36th birthday. Ian is planning a surprise party for her, she knows. He does it every year.
Frankie is so caring, that she misses her own birthday in order to care for one of her patients. Which, is the straw the broke the camels back for Ian.
Eve Myles puts in another great performance, it’s as if the part was written for her. She injects humour and emotion and gives us a fully formed character, that we often don’t see in a series opener.
The supporting cast is also great, Kelly puts in an endearing performance as Ian, in the hands of a lesser actor, he could have come across as unlikable, but you genuinely feel his pain when Frankie let’s him down.
Be prepared to fall in love with Eve Myles all over again.
Frankie starts on the 14th of May at 9pm, BBC1.
Have a listen to the chat the Pharos project and I had with Eve Myles last year.
The BBC have released some pictures from the new BBC one show, Frankie.
Click on the image to enlarge.
Thanks to BBC pictures for the images.
Read our spoiler-free review of episode one here.
Eve Myles returns to the Bad Wilf Podcast! Martyn is joined by Paul and Chris from The Pharos Project and they have a sit down by an open fire for an EVEning with.
Have some links:
SFX Weekender: sfxweekender.com
The Pharos Project: thepharosproject.libsyn.com
@pharosproject on Twitter
The show can be accessed via different places, including Miro, Stiticher, Blubrry and Itunes.
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