[Evening Standard] - David Morrissey, James Purefoy, Julie Walters and John Hurt join the casts of a string of new adaptations with Ben Whishaw, Jeremy Irons and Tom Hiddleston each playing one of Shakespeare's kings. Neil MacGregor will explore Shakespeare's world through
[Stage] - Simon Russell Beale, John Hurt, Julie Walters, Maxine Peake and Niamh Cusack will appear in television adaptations of Shakespeare's plays, as part of a major season of work celebrating the playwright unveiled by the BBC today.
[The Guardian] - New adaptations of four of Shakespeare's history plays will feature The Hour star Ben Whishaw as Richard II and Jeremy Irons as Henry IV, while John Hurt and Julie Walters will appear in Henry V. The adaptations, part of a BBC season of programmes
[Telegraph.co.uk] - Accompanying them in the cast are Patrick Stewart, David Suchet, David Morrissey, Simon Russell Beale, Julie Walters and a host of other high profile British actors. It was also announced that Elbow will be creating the music for the BBC's Olympic
[The Sun] - BRITISH TV shows have triumphed at this year's Emmys — with Julie Walters winning best actress. UK-made programmes scooped five awards including best drama series for Accused, penned by Jimmy McGovern, and best actor for one of its stars
[The Independent (blog)] - The British swept the board at the International Emmy Awards in New York, with Julie Walters winning best actress for her role as the late Mo Mowlam in Channel 4's Mo and Christopher Eccleston winning best actor forAccused,which won
[Film News] Gary Oldman, Alan Rickman, Maggie Smith, David Thewlis, Julie Walters and Bonnie Wright. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows ™ - Part 2 will be available at selected retail outlets on 3D Blu-ray, Blu-ray Triple Play, DVD and Digital Download.
[Total Film] - Distraught at the pain she has caused her family, Merida seeks out a mysterious wise woman (Julie Walters) to help her put things right again. Take a look at the trailer below, and see what you think… The trailer looks suitably epic
[Telegraph.co.uk] - Lloyds TSB's "For The Journey" adverts with Elena Kats-Chernin's Eliza's Aria and the voice of Julie Walters have a charm of their own. By Paul Farrow Our high street banks have their work cut out to persuade the British public that they are not greedy
[Northampton Chronicle & Echo] - What it did have was a fabulous cast, including John Lynch as the defendant Alan Lane whose face gives so little away and a characteristically stunning performance by Julie Walters as his QC. Every time she stood up to say something you were on the
[The Guardian] - The last episode of the five-part drama, which stars Julie Walters and ran every night between Monday and Friday, brought in 4.5 million viewers and an 18.8% share of TV audience between 9pm and 10pm. This figure rose to 4.7 million when viewing on
[The Fan Carpet] Bonnie Wright, Maggie Smith, Jim Broadbent, Miriam Margolyes, Gemma Jones, David Thewlis, Julie Walters, Mark Williams, Emma Thompson, Robbie Coltrane, Gary Oldman, Leslie Phillips, Peter Mullan, David Bradley, Natalia Tena and George Harris.
[The Arts Desk] - The dramatis personae still wig up and showboat shamelessly in front of a jury – why, Roger Allam and Julie Walters were at it only last week in The Jury. The grammar of the legal stand-off has barely altered either: the dastardly prosecutor whose role
[Telegraph.co.uk] - John Preston reviews the best of the past week's television, including ITV1's legal drama The Jury, starring Julie Walters, Ricky Gervais and Stephen Merchant's new mockumentary Life's Too Short, about the day-to-day life of dwarf actor Warwick Davis.
[Haverhill Echo] - Emily has only been involved for seven months, but came up with the idea of the girls doing their own version of the shoot, made famous in the film Calendar Girls staring Helen Mirren and Julie Walters. “I just thought it would be a great idea,” said
[Financial Times] - In five nightly parts, we were given Roger Allam, prosecuting, and Julie Walters, defending, but the foreground was occupied by the 12 sorrowful rather than angry men and women. Far from being the usual Benetton assembly of concerned-looking
[The Guardian] - Former History Boy is also the man who might have been Tintin but what he really wants is 'the career of Julie Walters. As a man' This article was published on guardian.co.uk at GMT on Friday 11 November A version appeared on p12 of the
[South Devon Herald Express] - The advert is narrated by Julie Walters and will promote Tesco's delivery service and involves keeping 'Torquay in Turkeys' for Christmas. Ms Stone said: "It is really good exposure for us so we are delighted." The English Riviera Tourism Company
[The Guardian] - The show, which stars Julie Walters as a barrister, managed an impressive debut on Monday night with 6.2 million viewers tuning in. All ratings are Barb overnight figures, including live and same-day timeshifted (recorded) viewing, but excluding on
[Mirror.co.uk] - IF you were a barrister and found you'd be going up against Julie Walters in court, you'd just give up and go home, wouldn't you? The jurors in this series are loving her politely sarcastic interrogations – and so
[Radio Times] - The courtroom drama starring Julie Walters is stripped across the week from Monday to Friday, but after drawing 6.2 million viewers on Monday night, it managed only 4.2 on Tuesday (with more tuning in each night on ITV+1).
[The Independent] - Julie Walters overacts wildly in Peter Morgan's latest television drama. She's hammy, melodramatic, and goes so far over the top at times that it's a wonder she doesn't black out from oxygen deprivation. Fortunately, there's an explanation.
[The Guardian] - Julie Walters as Emma Watts in The Jury (ITV1). Photograph: ITV It's a dramaturg's delight, the sight of a bunch of professionals storming down a corridor, preferably dressed as doctors, but barristers are fun too, because of their wigs.
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[TV Pixie] - Julie Walters plays defendant Alan Lane (John Lynch)'s defence barrister and, even by the end of episode one, gets all the best lines, inhabiting the role of Emma Watts with some gusto. It's clear she's going to be our voice of reason, this actually
[Telegraph.co.uk] - Julie Walters talks about her new role as a formidable QC in the TV drama 'The Jury'. By Benji Wilson 'Drama,” says Julie Walters, “is a fabulous way to speak to people.” It's the sort of thing your high school English teacher might have come up with
[Telegraph.co.uk] - One thing you can be sure of by casting Julie Walters in the lead role of a drama is that the story will have a beating heart at its emotional core. She appeared here as a defence barrister, having a fag in the opening scene.
[TV Pixie] - Julie Walters plays Emma Watts, QC and she's defending John Lynch, who plays Alan Lane - a man accused and imprisoned for killing several women. New evidence has come to light in his case, launching a dramatised retrial, for your viewing pleasure
[Radio Times] - The likes of Jodhi May and Ronald Pickup offer nuanced, emotional performances as jurors, and his barristers come in the form of Julie Walters and Roger Allam. “A jury is a microcosm of the society it wants to represent,” he says.
[Metro] - This second outing, which airs on five consecutive nights next week, features a new cast (including Julie Walters and The Thick Of It's Roger Allam as the opposing QCs) and a new case – the retrial of a man accused of killing three women.