If you missed Philip on Sunday Brunch last week, you can see his interview below. We are hoping to get his cooking segment up in the not too distant future but are currently experiencing some technical difficulties.
Crime+Investigation have released a trailer for the new documentary series, 'What the Killer Did Next', presented by Philip.
The eight part series explores the aftermath of a series of gruesome killings. Each episode begins with a murder and aims to find the killer’s motive and discover what kind of person could commit this crime: not by looking at what happened before the murder but by studying the killer’s behaviour after the heinous event.
What the Killer Did Next starts on Monday 4th February on Crime + Investigation
Philip and his Living the Dream co-star Lesley Sharp joined Philip Schofield and Holly Willoughby on This Morning to discuss how Mal and Jen are coping Stateside in the second series of Living the Dream and why the drama off screen meant they couldn’t return to America for filming.
Watch the interview the below:
Here are two preview clips from the first episode of the new series of Living the Dream entitled 'Steak Out', which will air on Tuesday 8th January 2019 at 9pm on Sky One.
Clip 1: Mal at the shooting range
Clip 2: Mall hiding the gun
It's dropped! The trailer for the second series of Living the Dream is here!
The show returns on Tuesday 8th Jan at 9pm, on Sky One
The second day was quite a contrast to the first – Phil was most definitely on form.
Team Wales met Team England in the 3rd round, with Phil pairing up with Scott Quinnell to take on Mike Tindall and Peter Jones. Phil and Scott won their match comfortably at 6 points to 3. This result, combined with another win and a draw, saw Wales top the leaderboard and set up a final against 2nd place England.
For the final, Phil once again paired up with Scott and faced Mike Tindall and Graeme Swann. Phil had a belter this round – making six birdies and scoring par or under on all holes – and he and Scott won 6 - 3 again. But, the final came down to a nail-biting finish though as Jonathan Davies and Ieuan Evans had only drawn their match and Gethin Jones and Gareth Edwards were losing. But victory came on Gethin and Gareth’s 8th hole. Wales went two points up with only one hole left to play.
Congratulations Wales. The event raised over £40,000 (double the original target) for the Velindre Cancer Centre in Cardiff. There is still time to donate to this fabulous cause too, via their just giving page.
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Philip appeared on This Morning today (27th March) to discuss his upcoming episode of 'Urban Myths'. He also spoke about his family's acting "dynasty", ERA and whether or not there will be a Life on Mars film.
Watch the interview below:
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