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"Burn Notice" will premiere with a 90 minute episode on Thursday, June 28th at 10pm/9c and will be followed by 11 one-hour episodes. When spies get fired, they don't get a letter from human resources, they get a "burn notice." Thus begins a new action & suspense original series from USA Network. "Burn Notice" stars Jeffrey Donovan ("Touching Evil," "Hitch") as Michael Westen, a spy who has been given a burn notice -- he's been fired from his job and has to investigate who did it to him and why. Series also stars Gabrielle Anwar ("The Tudors," "Scent of A Woman") as ex-lover and IRA spy Fiona, Bruce Campbell ("Evil Dead," Army of Darkness") as Michael's only friend and former spy himself, Sam, and Sharon Gless ("Queer as Folk," "Cagney & Lacey") as Madeline, Michael's hypochondriac mother.
17 May 2007
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Fiona Bruce and Natasha Kaplinsky hot stuff
8 Jan 2010
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*******www.bbc******/pudsey Please donate whatever you can to Children in Need. Fiona Bruce and the BBC Newsreaders perform 'All That Jazz' from the musical 'Chicago'.
15 Mar 2013
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BBC Anchor farts live on air. Causing BBC staff to cut her off.
7 Jul 2011
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Jeremy drives the world's smallest production car to work and even takes it into the lift in this hilarious clip from BBC's Top Gear. Watch out for cameos from John Humphries when he kidnaps the car and Fiona Bruce in the lift!
3 Jun 2009
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Jimmy Page chats to Fiona Bruce about the upcoming reunion concert in London.
17 Jul 2011
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*******www.bbc******/bbcone BBC One's Christmas 2011 trailer featuring Gregg Wallace, John Bishop, Gary Lineker, Len Goodman, Lee Mack, Guy Henry, Laila Rouass, Hugh Quarshie, Shane Richie, Shona McGarty, Ricky Norwood, Frank Skinner, Brendan O'Carroll, Tyger Drew-Honey, Ramona Marquez, Daniel Roche, Kevin Bridges, Sian Williams, Carol Kirkwood, Chris Hollins, Bill Turnbull, Matt Allwright, Lenny Henry, Tess Daly, Fiona Bruce, Alex Jones, Sunetra Sarker, Alexander Armstrong, Graham Norton, Julia Bradbury, Sir David Jason, Anne Robinson, John Torode, Nick Knowles, June Brown, Matt Smith, Karen Gillan, Michael McIntyre and Sir Bruce Forsyth.
4 Dec 2011
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14 Mar 2013
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BBC 6 o'clock news blooper with newsreader Fiona Bruce and weather forecaster Louise Lear. Footage © BBC MMX. Originally broadcast on the 28th of January 2010. Reproduced under the proviso of fair use.
30 Sep 2013
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The Queen has three official residences - the best known, Buckingham Palace; the oldest, Windsor Castle; and the most romantic, Palace of Holyroodhouse. Among the few working royal palaces in the world today, they serve as both family homes and as the setting for the business of Monarchy. Each has its own distinctive story - long histories that reflect good and bad times, triumph and tragedy and, of course, the lives of some of our most memorable kings and queens. But they all share certain features - incredible collections of treasures that reflect both the tastes of their occupants and the artistic development of the nation, and architecture that has evolved across the centuries to meet the needs of different ages, reflecting the story of Britain and its people like no other buildings. Buckingham Palace may be just about the most famous building in the world, but its story is much less familiar. Fiona Bruce reveals how England's most spectacular palace emerged from a swampy backwater in just 300 years. The journey of discovery takes her from the sewers of London to the magnificent State Rooms; from a home for camels and elephants to the artistic brilliance of C18th-century Venice; and from a prince's Chinese fantasy to the secret of how the Palace's glittering chandeliers are cleaned today.
27 Nov 2013
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The Queen has three official residences - the best known, Buckingham Palace; the oldest, Windsor Castle; and the most romantic, Palace of Holyroodhouse. Among the few working royal palaces in the world today, they serve as both family homes and as the setting for the business of Monarchy. Each has its own distinctive story - long histories that reflect good and bad times, triumph and tragedy and, of course, the lives of some of our most memorable kings and queens. But they all share certain features - incredible collections of treasures that reflect both the tastes of their occupants and the artistic development of the nation, and architecture that has evolved across the centuries to meet the needs of different ages, reflecting the story of Britain and its people like no other buildings. Buckingham Palace may be just about the most famous building in the world, but its story is much less familiar. Fiona Bruce reveals how England's most spectacular palace emerged from a swampy backwater in just 300 years. The journey of discovery takes her from the sewers of London to the magnificent State Rooms; from a home for camels and elephants to the artistic brilliance of C18th-century Venice; and from a prince's Chinese fantasy to the secret of how the Palace's glittering chandeliers are cleaned today.
28 Nov 2013
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