Tuesday Mar 4
Seamus Heaney fable translations on BBC
Five Fables will be screened on BBC Two Northern Ireland, having been been brought into the 21st century as enchanting animated tales.
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Sat Mar 01, 2014
The Daily Star
Judi Dench defies failing eyesight to continue filming
Dame Judi Dench says she has no plans to retire from acting, despite failing eyesight which has left her unable to read scripts.
Tue Feb 25, 2014
Connolly thanks fan for early diagnosis
Funnyman and actor Billy Connolly has an Australian fan to thank for his early Parkinson's diagnosis after he urged the Mrs. Brown star to seek a check-up.
Sun Feb 23, 2014
Billy Connolly -- 2nd Auckland Show Announced
Tickets are still available for the first show but demand for some seating areas has been sohigh that a second night of this wild man of comedy is needed.
Dench tells of eyesight struggle
Oscar-winning actress Dame Judi Dench has told of her "difficult" battle with failing eyesight that has left her unable to read scripts and struggling to watch films.
Fri Feb 21, 2014
Judi Dench on Beating Failing Eyesight, Bad Knees and Retirement
THR caught up with the 79-year-old "Philomena" Oscar nominee, who has been largely absent from the awards campaign trail, to discuss the impact of her macular degeneration, her "best friend" and why she still works 12-hour days.
Wed Feb 19, 2014
The Star Online
In 'Philomena',Judi Dench plays a working-class Irish mother who enlists a jaded journalist to help her find the son whom nuns forced her to give up decades earlier.
Mon Feb 17, 2014
Judi Dench: From late starter to movie star
Judi Dench has been a movie star for so long that it's hard to remember how long she was merely famous.
Sat Feb 15, 2014
What makes Dame Helen Mirren, Dame Judi Dench and Emma Thompson so irresistible?
I was about to say that whatever happens when the Baftas are handed out on Sunday night it'll be a big occasion for three of Britain's grandes dames and national treasures but on second thoughts I think I'll revise that.