1994 - Vicar of Dibley - Created by one of Britain’s most established comedy writers, Richard Curtis, Vicar of Dibley, starring Dawn French, proved that it was amongst the most successful shows within the digital era of television between 2004 and 2007. With the show receiving multiple BAFTA television award nominations, Curtis received a BAFTA Fellowship for his creative work with his films and comedic creations, including the Vicar of Dibley.
The summer is over and the rain starts again as Peter Chambers tosses his sunglasses as he competes with Rob Williams, Richard Chambers and Chris Bartley of Great Britain in the Lightweight Men's Four semifinals at Eton Dorney. Photograph:
London 2012 Olympic Games: You won a medal, so what now?
Britain rowers, from right, Peter Chambers, Rob Williams, Richard Chambers and Chris Bartley compete to win the silver medal in the men's lightweight four rowing final at the 2012 Summer Olympics in Eton Dorney, near Windsor, England, Thursday, Aug. 2, 2012. (AP Photo/Damien Meyer, Pool)
The Bloody Tower was a place of prison cells and torture chambers and outside of it was Tower Hill that served as the place for the public execution of criminals and all the other traitors. “The Bloody Tower was the scene for the infamous disappearance of the two princes Edward V (12) and Richard Duke of York (10), who are thought to have been murdered in 1483 on the probable command of the Duke of Gloucestershire, who was to be crowned Richard the III.