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Paul Reynolds later worked with future Doctor Who (2005) (TV Series) actors Christopher Eccleston and Alex Kingston on two separated acting projects. Paul Reynolds starred opposite Christopher Eccleston in Let Him Have It (1991) and he starred opposite Alex Kingston in Croupier (1998). Christopher Eccleston played The Ninth Doctor in 2005 and Alex Kingston played recurring character River Song from 2008 - 2015. Steven Moffat became a regular writer and succeeded Russell T. Davies as showrunner from 2010 - 2017. He was replaced by Chris Chibnall. See more »
You couldn't get a date if you were paying for one.
Of course I could. We've got loads in petty cash.
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Brilliant acting and realistic plots make this series fantastic!
"Press Gang" is probably the best TV series I have seen. It has all the elements of good entertainment. This includes brilliant acting and realistic plots. This series is set at the office of the Junior Gazette, a newspaper run entirely by teenagers. The paper is funded by the Gazette with two purposes: a) to encourage people to read the Gazette and b) to keep some trouble makers off the street. The series runs through stories about what happens to the newspaper team while trying to put the Junior Gazette out for the week. I loved this series and found it very addictive. By using young actors it relates to teenagers better than most TV series. I hope that everyone gets a chance to see this series soon.
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