Again indebted to RAnet(see link below) for pointing out RA's Ultimate Force performance is available for viewing at the IMDb website. Unfortunately the eps are only provided for US fans to view (whew! not sure how to act - we're definitely not used to receiving front row seats and quite frankly often felt like the under-privileged cousins, in the past, when it came to RA access..*winks* ;)
If you've never seen RA as Ian Macalwain and find you cannot watch at IMDb, simply go to youtube.com and search for the show there - title of one that I recall is "name is Ian"..
Thanks to http://www.richardarmitagenet.com/ for the following heads up. BBC America website has a new feature called The Men of BBC America. They mention North and South which triggered a snigger - because they've only aired the series once many years ago - despite the fact we've often begged them to show it again. I've never seen N&S on that channel. Another mention is Robin Hood which is valid. First noticed RA as Guy of Gisborne, season 2 when it played on BBCA.
Ian Wylie's blog post on next to the very last episode of Spooks:
Judging from Spooks ep 5 photo, which is below this pic of Lucas (a fav of mine for obvious reason), Old Glory(term of affection for the red/white & blue - US flag:) is honored (fervently hope that's the case since I've seen worrisome comments referring to Harry and the CIA) to be part of the next to the last ep of the long-running series. Ian gives his approval of the final ep with the words "fitting conclusion."
TIME TO VOTE for John Thornton as most handsome period drama hero:
PBS must've known one of it's most loyal viewers was celebrating her birthday today - they're showing a Robin Hood marathon. Guess who is enjoying her Columbus Day and natal day holiday with Sir Guy...
Just noticed the following tweet by Tyrion Lannister. Those who've read Geo Martin's books or are following the TV series, get the joke *chuckle*
Tweet by: _The_Imp_Tyrion Lannister #ThingsPeopleShouldNotDo
Your sister. Are you listening Jaime?