Red Dwarf Series X
Red Dwarf X delivered: six half-hour episodes to Dave. Transmission commences 4th October 2012 for 6 weeks. DVD release November 19th 2012.
Red Dwarf X delivered: six half-hour episodes to Dave. Transmission commences from 4th October 2012 for 6 weeks with subsequent DVD and DTO availability.
Series 1-8 and Back to Earth available on DVD and DTO.
Tommy Cooper 'Jus' Like That!': A Life in Jokes and Pictures to be published by Preface October 25th 2012.
John Fisher currently has three Tommy Cooper Joke Books published by Preface, an imprint of the Random House Group Limited: The Tommy Cooper Joke Book, Mirth, Magic & Mischief and Tommy Cooper's Secret Joke Files with a first time Scrap Book, Tommy Cooper 'Jus' Like That!': A Life in Jokes and Pictures published 25th October 2012.
His definitive biography Always Leave Them Laughing is published by Harper Collins. John is currently revising his 1973 Funny Way to be a Hero for publication 2013.
Craig Doyle continues in the starting line up for ITV Sport
The 2012 season sees Craig presenting its Rugby Aviva Cup Championships. Evening Standard 2 October 2012: "Premier Rugby are delighted with the audience of around 1m for ITV's Premiership match highlight shows - fronted by ex-England lock Martin Bayfield and Craig Doyle - which dwarfs figures for both ESPN and Sky matches".
Craig Doyle continues in the starting line up for ITV Sport's Rugby coverage.
2013 will again see Craig presenting ITV's coverage of the IOM TT Races at the end of May.
Craig once again participated in BBC1's Sport Relief Challenge.
Halcyon Media are going from strength to strength with more book deals and TV series whilst having various projects in development including one with Keo Productions.
Halcyon Media International Emmy nominee Charlie Hamilton-James is currently shooting a pilot for his new theatrical movie as well as continuing his work for National Geographic.
Philippa Forrester continues as an author in her own right writing for children. She is currently developing one of her books as an international TV series.
They are also in development with a number of overseas broadcasters and distributors with more of their unique natural history programmes. Halcyon River Diaries showing on UK TV's Blighty with Zodiac distributing for the rest of the world and the DVD available on 2entertain. Three books alongside the series have been published by Preface, an imprint of the Random House Group.
Chris Barrie returns as Rimmer
Chris Barrie returns in Red Dwarf X as Arnold Judas Rimmer, the unpopular crewmate who is often the target of insults and pranks.
More madcap adventures are bound to happen in the much awaited Red Dwarf X. Transmission starts October 4th 2012 on Dave. International rollout also 2012 with the DVD released in the UK 19th November.
Emma Farrell dives deep for Channel 4
Emma was chosen to be the Freediving Mentor for C4's The Hidden Talent Show.
Emma Farrell recently appeared on BBC2's Oceans UK series. Emma can also be seen as a Freediving Mentor in Silver River's production The Hidden Talent Show for Channel 4.
The Untold Tommy Cooper
Recently retired from the Equality & Human Rights Commission. He is starting various consultancies and Pepper Productions has been reactivated and will be announcing its development slate prior to Christmas 2012.
Trevor Phillips is a Director of Pepper Productions founded in 1995. He Chaired the Equality and Human Rights Commission until September 2012 and is the Distinguished European Policy Fellow of the Migration Policy Institute, Washington DC.
Trevor has been a senior executive figure in the TV industry for nearly two decades, serving as Head of Current Affairs for London Weekend Television and Granada TV.
He remains a respected creative leader in the industry as a vice president of the Royal Television Society. He was the longest serving editor and presenter of ITV's award-winning The London Programme; and through Pepper, was the executive producer on Windrush (which won the Royal Television Society Documentary Series of the Year award in 1998), Britain's Slave Trade, Second Chance and When Black Became Beautiful. He won previous awards from the Royal Television Society in 1988 and 1993.
Trevor has been a regular writer and columnist for several of the UK's principal national newspapers, writing for the Guardian, Independent, the Mail and the Telegraph amongst others. He also wrote a weekly column for the minority weekly, The Voice.
On 8 September 2006, Trevor was appointed Chair of the new Equality and Human Rights Commission, having previously served as Chair of the Commission for Racial Equality. This appointment is made by the Secretary of State for Communities, with the approval of the Prime Minister.
Prior to this he was an elected member of the Greater London Authority in May 2000, serving as Chair for two years.
Born in London in 1953, Trevor attended secondary school in Georgetown, Guyana, and then studied chemistry at Imperial College London. Between 1978 and 1980, he was President of The National Union of Students.
At present, he is a board member of Aldeburgh Productions and The Bernie Grant Centre in Tottenham. He is a patron of The Sickle Cell Society. Between 1993 and 1998 Trevor was Chair of the Runnymede Trust.
In addition to many newspaper articles and comment pieces, Trevor has co-written Windrush: The Irresistible Rise of Multiracial Britain (with Mike Phillips), published in 1998, and Britain's Slave Trade (with S.I. Martin), published the following year.
He has lectured in venues as various as the Royal Institution, London, Liverpool and Coventry Cathedrals, and leading universities in the UK, in Europe and North America. He has been an advisor to several major companies on social change and diversity.
In 2007 he received the award of Chevalier de la Légion d'Honneur to add to the OBE he won in 1998. He holds several honorary degrees and fellowships.
Noel Gay Television
ID/Qui est Qui optioned across Europe.
Noel Gay Television & Rosebay's format ID/Qui est Qui which ran daily on France 2 is currently optioned over the majority of Europe and most recently Norway.