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On Friday, Philip took part in the Mini Masters - a golf tournament hosted by Dougray Scott, in aid of the cancer charity, Leuka. In this tournament teams pay a fee to have a celebrity play with them. Alas, Philip's team didn't win. Other celebrities involved this year included James Nesbitt, Tim LoveJoy, and Denise Van Outen.
The total amount of money raised has not yet been announced - we will bring it too you when we know.
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Yesterday marked the end of the 3 month shoot for Philip's new comedy drama, Living the Dream. To celebrate the completion of filming a couple of the cast members took to social media...
Living the Dream is expected to air on Sky1 later this year.
The cast of Living the Dream were filming in Savannah this week. Their location, Red Gate RV Park off Chatham Parkway, provides the backdrop to the show; the trailer park that Philip's character, Mal, buys for his family.
The scenes being filmed were from the first episode, when the family first arives and sees their trailer park for the first time. You can see some of the images from filming in the slideshow below, thanks to the Savannah Morning News.
The cast and crew of the show have also been out and about in the evening; watching co-star Leslie Jordan's one-man show at Club One. Here's a pic from the clubs official Twitter account:
Living the Dream continues filming in Savannah and is expected to air later this year.
The series 2 finale of Outcast aired in the UK last Monday and my goodness, what an episode.
The Rev got his flock back and raised an army of God, tearing up some scripture along the way and we finally found out what the deal with Kyle's Dad was.
We have over 100 images from the episode in our screencap gallery, but please be aware there may be spoilers contained within the images.
There's no news yet of whether the show has been renewed for a third season, but rumours on the internet appear to indicated that it has not. We're hoping that isn't the case. There are still so many questions to answer. We will, as usual, report on the status of the show when we hear officially.
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The twitter account that is run on Phil's behalf, has tweeted pictures of Phil and his co-star, Lesley Sharp with badges showing their support for Equal Representation for Actresses (ERA)
Equal Representation for Actresses is a campaign is to require the BBC, ITV, Channel 4 and all other major broadcasters to implement an equal gender balance across their drama and comedy slates by 2020. They want casting and creative decisions made by commissioners and programme makers to be held up to a basic requirement of a 50:50 gender balance across their content yearly.
Here is a close up image of the badge that Philip is holding:
Philip has spoken in past interviews about the lack of roles for actresses, particularly as they get older so it's no surprise that he is supporting this campaign.
For more information about the campaign and to make a donation, please visit:
It seems there could be... but Phil's co-star Ant Anstead is remaining tight lipped.
Maybe we should explain...
Our Phil-senses began tingling this morning when we noticed that the official Twitter account for 'For the Love of Cars' retweeted a tweet they'd posted themselves back in November 2016 - shortly after the Lotus special aired.
Naturally, we retweeted and then we fired off a cheeky text to Ant asking if we should read anything into the fact that a tweet posted 7 months ago had been retweeted by themselves that morning.
We had to wait a while for his reply - he's moved to LA now to work on another project - but a he did eventually get back to us. Not that his response really told us anything...
So, no concrete proof as yet but we're still hopeful and will, as always, bring you any more news about the future of the show as soon as we have it! And if you want to see more of Phil and Ant then go and retweet and let them know!
We have been treated to another shot of the main cast of Living the Dream thanks to Philip's co-star in the show, Lesley Sharp. The actress, who also appeared alongside Philip in Clocking Off shared the image on her official Instagram account saying
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