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His last line was, “I think this could be one of the best things we ever make.” I thought, “Really? ” We wrote the first episode in a hotel over several rounds of club sandwiches.
We kept getting hysterical, and then we thought, “Oh, maybe this is good.”We went to LA recently and Gavin & Stacey was showing on the flight.
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Ruth Jones is planning to do a 'Stella' Christmas special.
The 49-year-old comedian has shot down rumours her hilarious Sky1 drama, in which she plays the titular lovable nurse, is coming to an end after the new series, and has hinted a festive…
Senior sources told Marketing earlier this month that the brand would take the retailer back to its roots with work inspired by the highly successful Dotty campaign series of the 90s but with new characters that would better resonate with today’s consumer.
The characters in the campaign represent a modern family, with "sexual chemistry" between the parents and banter between the father and son, Freddie, who represents a 'boomerang' child back living with parents in his 20s.
Ruth Jones is among the stars included in Queen Elizabeth's New Year Honours.
Ruth Jones is in talks for series five of 'Stella'.
Contrary to reports claiming the hit Sky sitcom will come to end after series four, the show's co-creator insists she has no plans to pull the plug on her colourful characters from the fictional…
Tesco has unveiled its hotly anticipated campaign, the first significant work since former marketer Dave Lewis took the helm and appointed a new brand team to turn around the grocers' dented reputation.
The first TV ad, which will promote the retailer's new Brand Guarantee scheme, will break on Sunday and feature a new family dynamic with three characters playing a mum, dad and 20-year-old son, played by Ruth Jones, Ben Miller and "up and coming" actor Will Close.
Michelle Mc Ettrick said the new brand strategy aimed to bring to life its "serving shoppers a little better every day" mantra and re-establish the "Every Little Helps" strapline whilst bringing the tone of voice in line with "where we think it was great in the past, and where we think it needs to be great moving forward." The brand strategy had been planned from the "inside-out" with the company focussed on improving the in-store experience, availability, range and customer service first, she explained.