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22 September 2020 18:32

Michael Jackson Wade Robson Jeremy Corbyn

Tonight's TV: Danny Dyer on Harold Pinter and The Great British Bake Off

Rob Lowe and Liv Tyler head the cast in 9-1-1: Lone Star, there's Danny Dyer on his relationship with Harold Pinter, Jack Whitehall's back with more Travels with My Father, while The Third Day continues to baffle. 9-1-1: Lone Star, 10.00pm, Sky Witness & NOW TV Rob Lowe and Liv Tyler star in this new drama series from the creators of 9-1-1, so it should be entertaining. After a similar tragedy happens to a firehouse in Austin, Owen - along with his troubled firefighter son, TK - takes his progressive philosophies of life and firefighting down to Texas, where he helps them to start all over again. Sky's latest transatlantic, co-production, big-budget drama, starring the likes of Jude Law and Emily Watson, continues. Danny Dyer on Harold Pinter, 9.00pm, Sky Arts & NOW TV Actor Danny Dyer is on a deeply personal journey, trying to discover why, at the age of 22, he was taken under the wing of the late, great playwright Harold Pinter, who was the making of him, both as a man and a stage actor.

He relives the audition where they met, Dyer relaxed because he had no idea who the great man was. Harold Pinter saw a talent and twenty years on, the need to know more about his friend has Danny stepping back into Cold War Britain to discover the source of the darkness in Pinter's plays. Jack Whitehall: Travels with My Father: Season 4, Netflix This documentary profiles legendary coaches as they share the rules they live by to achieve success in sports and in life. Danny Dyer has credited late playwright Harold Pinter for helping him stay proud of his 'working-class roots'. The EastEnders actor, 43, from Newham detailed the impact the legendary screenwriter had on his life and how he was something of a father figure for him, 12 years after his death.

In promotion of Sky Arts' special documentary Danny Dyer on Harold Pinter, the soap star said in a press release: 'Harold never wanted me to change or hide my working-class roots, even though he did when he was younger.' 'He never wanted me to change': Danny Dyer has credited late playwright Harold Pinter for helping him stay proud of his 'working-class roots' The Hackney-born director - who is widely recognised as one of the most influential British dramatists of all time - worked with Danny in stage performances such as Celebration (2000) and the revival of No Man's Land between 2001 and 2002. 'He gave my confidence': The EastEnders actor, 43, from Newham opened up on the impact the legendary screenwriter had on his life, 12 years after his death (pictured in 2000) 'I think he respected me': The hardman also recalled when they met at an audition for their first collaboration 21 years ago The hardman also recalled when they met at an audition for their first collaboration 21 years ago. He admitted: 'I walked in the audition room and, me being like I am and not really treating people any differently, I just walked in and went up to Harold and said, ''Hello son. However, Danny insisted his relaxed introduction endeared him to Harold, who cast him in the production. Upcoming documentary: Danny Dyer on Harold Pinter airs on Tuesday at 9pm on Sky Arts and NOW TV, as part Sky Arts move to free to air Danny Dyer on Harold Pinter airs on Tuesday at 9pm on Sky Arts and NOW TV, as part Sky Arts move to free to air.

Plus: Danny Dyer on his mentor Harold Pinter. Now no longer just a baking tent, but also a social bubble, Bake Off has weathered the storm of the pandemic to return for a new series of oven-based delights and disasters. Paul Hollywood and Prue Leith return as our steadfast expert taste testers, while presenting comes from the veteran Noel Fielding and newbie Matt Lucas. It is cake week for the 12 amateur bakers as Prue and Paul request a geometric battenberg, while a fruit sponge is in store for the technical. Danny Dyer on Harold Pinter Onscreen hardman Danny Dyer and revered playwright Harold Pinter might not seem like a typical match on paper, yet, at 22, Dyer was taken under Pinter's wing, making his name as a young actor.

This heartwarming film sees Dyer recount his first audition for Pinter while learning more of his life and writing. Facebook Twitter Pinterest Sand Toksvig (centre) helps eight adults with their literacy in The Write Offs. Photograph: Kevin Baker/Channel 4 In this new series, he attempts to help some vulnerable locals while dealing with his own lung cancer. Indian Premier League cricket: Rajasthan Royals v Chennai Super Kings 2.30pm, Sky Sports Main Event. EFL Cup football 7.30pm, Sky Sports Main Event.

The ovens have been scrubbed, the bags of flour wiped down and sanitised and the freshly quarantined judges, presenters and contestants are now able to raise the dough on the first series of this exquisitely addictive baking contest filmed during a pandemic. It is important that we continue to promote these adverts as our local businesses need as much support as possible during these challenging times.