This year you are invited to join the BAFTA panel with a special award voted by YOU the public. Writer and columnist Caitlin Moran was on the panel picking the shortlist for Must See Moment of the year and this week we caught up with her to hear how they whittled it down to these six mega telly moments. Caitlin says: “When I first reviewed Game Of Thrones I gave it the biggest kicking.
Danny Dyer is set to fight his new EastEnders co-star Lee Ryan when he returns to the gritty soap following his six-week holiday. The 39-year-old actor – who plays pub landord Mick Carter – took time off to recharge his batteries in South Africa but he has reportedly been thrown back into the deep end and has filmed an explosive encounter with the Blue singer’s character Woody, who has taken charge of the Qyeen Vic in his absence. A source told The Sun: “Danny is going to be straight back into the thick of it when his character returns to our screens – and his character Mick Carter immediately finds a new enemy.
Danny Dyer’s break from ‘EastEnders’ has reportedly been causing problems for the show’s writers and they’ve been “working around the clock” to explain his character’s absence from key storylines. Danny Dyer taking part in Who Do You Think You Are? The 39-year-old actor recently took a well-deserved break from the long-running BBC soap in order to spend time with his family after having worked non-stop since he joined the cast as loveable landlord Mick Carter in 2013.
EastEnders fans are already well aware of the catalogue of dramas that are going on at The Queen Vic at the moment – leaky pipes, divorced children, absent wives, sick grandparents and racist insults scrawled on the door of the bar. It now looks like 2017 is set to be the Carter family’s ‘annus horribilis’, as viewers saw Mick, played by Danny Dyer, grapple with the prospect of prison after the bank refused his loan in order to pay his fine for breaking licensing agreements. It will tie in nicely with Danny’s break from the show due to exhaustion.
The Sun has reported today that friends of the star are concerned that he might have a sex addiction – and that’s the real reason he’s quit the show temporarily. Speaking to the paper, a supposed friend of the star said: “A number of people close to Danny, including members of his family, close friends and people here, realised he was on the wrong track sexually. “Obviously he has battled issues with drink and drugs – but they don’t want him to be heading down a path towards sex addiction.
The Christmas season in Soap Land is notoriously full of high dramz. EastEnders and Coronation Street have come under fire this year for being a bit, er, dullsville compared to Yuletide’s past. Mick Carter finds out the truth about Dean and Linda.