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An episode from Women’s Football Weekly – Fifpro exclusive interview | Football

An episode from Women’s Football Weekly – Fifpro exclusive interview | Football

From our sister pod today; the panel brings you an exclusive interview with representatives from the global players’ union – Fifpro – who, alongside Netherlands defender Merel van Dongen, share their views on how the number of games elite athletes are playing is impacting them on and off the pitch. The panel also discusses Chelsea’s inspired Champions League win, Manchester City retaking the lead in the WSL, Arsenal securing European football, Palace on the brink of lifting the Championship and Lewes’s relegation … If you haven’t already, make sure to subscribe to Women’s Football Weekly to keep informed about the biggest stories in the global game. We’ll be back with regular programming tomorrow. Photograph: Hollandse Hoogte/REX/Shutterstock Support The Guardian The Guardian is editorially independent. And we want to keep our journalism open and accessible to all. But we increasingly need our readers to fund our work. Support The Guardian Source link

Red Eye viewers take issue with one aspect of ITV thriller’s first episode

Red Eye viewers take issue with one aspect of ITV thriller’s first episode

ITV’s latest thriller Red Eye debuted on our TV screens on Sunday night, and viewers were quick to take issue with one aspect of the drama.  The six-parter, which is described as “an Agatha Christie-type murder mystery on a plane”, follows an all-night flight transporting a murder suspect from London to China.  WATCH: Are you enjoying ITV’s Red Eye? In episode one, viewers watched as British doctor Matthew Nolan (Richard Armitage) was arrested on suspicion of murder after landing at London Heathrow from a business trip in China. Having been denied a phone call or access to legal representation, the doctor was immediately placed on a flight back to Beijing, where he must face the Chinese authorities. He is accompanied by Hong-Kong-born Met Police detective DC Hana Li (Jing Lusi), who is reluctant to take on the task due to past traumas.  Taking to social media, viewers pointed out that Richard’s character would have been allowed legal representation after being arrested. One person penned: “They’re being rather blinkered not actually considering he could be innocent. He …

Red Eye viewers call out ‘preposterous’ plot holes after episode 1

Red Eye viewers call out ‘preposterous’ plot holes after episode 1

For free real time breaking news alerts sent straight to your inbox sign up to our breaking news emails Sign up to our free breaking news emails Viewers of the new ITV drama Red Eye have called out enormous plot holes and a lack of attention to detail in the show. The series follows Dr Matthew Nolan (played by Richard Armitage) who is extradited from the UK to Beijing to answer for the death of a woman found in the wreckage of his car. Chinese-British police officer Hana Li (played by Argylle actor Jing Lusi) is ordered to escort Nolan back on the “red eye” flight – but not everyone onboard is who they seem. In a part whodunnit, part conspiracy thriller, the unlikely duo start fighting crime together. As the first episode aired on Sunday night (21 April), viewers were quick to criticise the lack of attention to detail in the plot, such as the ad hoc extradition of Dr Nolan that happens almost instantaneously, in which he is not given any legal representation. …

‘Bluey’ Drops Surprise New Episode on Disney

‘Bluey’ Drops Surprise New Episode on Disney

It turns out “The Sign,” the widely discussed and critically adored Bluey special, wasn’t a series finale after all. The beloved kids’ show has at least one more episode in it — and it’s set to debut on April 21. The episode, appropriately titled “Surprise,” is set to stream on Disney+ at 3 a.m. ET/midnight PT Sunday. It will also debut on-air at 10 a.m. ET/7 a.m. PT on Disney Junior and a half-hour later on Disney Channel, with multiple re-airings later in the day. A description of “Surprise” reads, “Bluey and Bingo want dad to play two different games, so dad tries to play both at the same time.” The new episode comes a week after “The Sign,” a special, 28-minute installment of the beloved kids’ show debuted (most Bluey episodes run under 10 minutes). The special drew waves of critical praise for its emotional storyline centering on the Heeler family possibly selling their home and moving to another city where dad Bandit would take a new job, as well as a wedding between …

The Music Episode – The New York Times

The Music Episode – The New York Times

Listen to and follow ‘Hard Fork’Apple | Spotify | Amazon | YouTube This week, we drop the Hard Fork Music Megamix. Plus, we talk to two of The New York Times’s composers who make the music for our show. It’s all the tracks you know and love, all in one place. Today’s Guests: Dan Powell, creative technical manager at The New York Times Elisheba Ittoop, sound designer and composer at The New York Times Additional Reading: Credits “Hard Fork” is hosted by Kevin Roose and Casey Newton and produced by Davis Land, Whitney Jones and Rachel Cohn. The show is edited by Jen Poyant. Engineering by Dan Powell and original music by Elisheba Ittoop, Marion Lozano, Sophia Lanman, Diane Wong, Pat McCusker, Rowan Niemisto and Dan Powell. Fact-checking by Caitlin Love. Special thanks to Paula Szuchman, Pui-Wing Tam, Nell Gallogly, Kate LoPresti and Jeffrey Miranda. Source link

Donald Payne remains hospitalized after cardiac episode more than a week ago

Donald Payne remains hospitalized after cardiac episode more than a week ago

WASHINGTON — Rep. Donald Payne Jr., D-N.J. remains hospitalized following a “cardiac episode” in early April stemming from complications tied to his diabetes, his office said in a statement Wednesday. The update comes more than a week after the lawmaker’s office referred to “his improvement,” a “good” prognosis and the expectation of a “full recovery.” “Congressman Donald M. Payne, Jr. suffered a cardiac episode based on complications from his diabetes last week,” his office said in a statement Wednesday. “Today, he is in stable condition at a local hospital and continues to be under doctor’s care. While we hope for a full recovery, we ask everyone to keep him in your prayers.” The new statement also follows a New Jersey Globe report that said Payne remains unconscious. Asked about that report, a spokesperson for Payne directed NBC News to the office’s recent statement. The latest characterization paints a more stark image of the severity of Payne’s condition than the first statement put out on April 9, days after the incident. “Currently, he is recovering in the hospital as …

Baby Reindeer: who is Llewellyn Harrison? Episode dedication explained

Baby Reindeer: who is Llewellyn Harrison? Episode dedication explained

Baby Reindeer is currently the number one trending TV show on Netflix, and in one episode, the show pays tribute to the memory of Llewellyn Harrison. But who was Llewellyn, and why is the show honouring him?  Llewellyn was the key grip on the Baby Reindeer set across all eight episodes, meaning that he was the senior member of the grip crew – whose role ranges from setting up and transporting equipment for shooting locations, and collaborating with the director of photography over camera positioning on the set of the show.  WATCH: Llewellyn worked on the hit Netflix show Baby Reindeer He had an incredibly impressive CV, having worked as key grip on movies including The Marvels and Boxing Day as well as the TV show Top Boy.  The talented crew member, who was described as “a lovely man”, died suddenly in early 2024, with a JustGiving fund set up for his family in his name which read: “Llewellyn was a much-loved colleague, friend and mentor to many. His sudden death has shocked us all, and his …

Why The Sign Episode Of Bluey Made So Many Parents Cry

Why The Sign Episode Of Bluey Made So Many Parents Cry

Children’s TV shows don’t often evoke as much emotions as Australian TV show Bluey does. The animated series which follows the family of Bluey the blue heeler puppy recently left parents in tears because of its latest episode. Bluey is loved by parents and kids alike, and is even rated as one of the best shows for children with 100% on Rotten Tomatoes! Even better, it’s known to be great for parents who are looking for less stimulating shows for toddlers. Its latest episode, The Sign, caused many viewers to take to social media platform X to share how they felt after watching it. My husband made us all get up early this morning to watch the new Bluey episode (he is has been speculating for weeks) and then he cried his eyes out The last time he cried was at the birth of our baby Bluey is so much more than a kids cartoon and also my husband is a good egg pic.twitter.com/y9E8SnmOh6 — Brittany Bailey ???? (@Bee_Bailey) April 15, 2024 28 years old …

NCIS 1000th episode: plot, returning stars and how to watch

NCIS 1000th episode: plot, returning stars and how to watch

NCIS fans are celebrating a major milestone, with the show’s 1000th episode set to debut on CBS and Paramount+. “All of NCIS is suddenly put under attack, so now you get to see NCIS: Hawai’i, NCIS: LA, NCIS: Sydney coming in to help,” Katrina Law teased of the special.  Titled ‘A Thousand Yards,’ the latest instalment will include plenty of Easter eggs from the show’s 20-year run, and while Mark Harmon isn’t expected to return, some familiar faces – including a cast member from the 2004 pilot – have cameos in the episode. So, what can fans expect from the 1000th episode of NCIS? Here’s what you need to know… What is the episode about? “NCIS comes under attack by a mysterious enemy from the past. Also, Vance tries to mend fences with his estranged son by explaining why, despite the ongoing dangers of his job, he still chooses to stay at NCIS,” reveals the synopsis.  In a key moment from the trailer, agents Jessica Knight (Katrina Law) and Nick Torres (Wilmer Valderrama) are lured …

Bluey special episode ‘The Sign’ leaves parents in tears

Bluey special episode ‘The Sign’ leaves parents in tears

For free real time breaking news alerts sent straight to your inbox sign up to our breaking news emails Sign up to our free breaking news emails Viewers of animated TV series Bluey have been left feeling extremely emotional after watching the show’s most recent episode. The special episode, titled “The Sign”, was released on Disney+ on Sunday (15 April), and ran for an extended time of 28 minutes. It featured a moving storyline about the eponymous dog as her parents sell the house she had grown up in. Although the Emmy-winning Australian series, focused on a family of anthropomorphic dogs, is for children, it has found a cult following among parents over the years. “The Sign”, written by the series creator Joe Brumm, follows Bluey and her family as they sell their house – something Bluey and her mother Chilli are upset about. They weren’t the only ones upset by this plot development, with children and adults alike left in tears by the emotional episode, which has become the highest-rated episode since it aired. …