Mortimer and Whitehouse Series 2 is a TV hit – complete guide and Paul’s exclusive insight

9 Aug

SERIES 2 of Gone Fishing, starring Bob Mortimer and Paul Whitehouse, is back on BBC2 TV and already proving to be a huge success.

Mortimer and Whitehouse are back with their winning formula. Pic: Owl Power.
Mortimer and Whitehouse are back with their winning formula. Pic: Owl Power.

Mortimer and Whitehouse: Gone Fishing is ‘more of the same’ according to Paul Whitehouse, who spoke exclusively to Angler’s Mail …Continue reading »

Sports Stars Fishing Championship – all you need to know

5 Aug

BRITAIN’S biggest and best celebrity fishing event is hoping to raise £1m for good causes. And YOU can be there to watch it live – or catch up later on ITV.

Steve Davis lands a fish last year at Gold Valley. He'll be fishing in the Target Sports Stars Fishing Championship in 2019.
Steve Davis lands a fish last year at Gold Valley. He’ll be fishing in the Target Sports Stars Fishing Championship in 2019.

This year its official name is the Target Sports Stars Fishing Championship. It was formerly the PDC Fishing Championships, due …Continue reading »

Bob Mortimer and Paul Whitehouse on their Gone Fishing BAFTA TV nomination – and their love of fishing

8 May

COMEDY duo Bob Mortimer and Paul Whitehouse have been promoting their new brilliant book from their TV series Gone Fishing. Dave Petch caught up with them with Angler’s Mail…

Mortimer and Whitehouse - and Angler's Mail contributor Dave Petch (centre).
Mortimer and Whitehouse – and Angler’s Mail contributor Dave Petch (centre).

COMEDIANS Bob Mortimer and Paul Whitehouse are delighted that their popular BBC2 TV series, Mortimer and Whitehouse: Gone Fishing, has been …Continue reading »

Jeremy Wade explains ITV River Monsters finale

1 Jan

JEREMY WADE has been explaining all about the ninth and final series of ITV’s River Monsters – set to return to our screens early this new year.

From Icon Films

RIVER MONSTERS
Ep1 Volcanic Island Terror
Friday 5th January 2017 on ITV

Pictured Jeremy Wade standing in the Via river holding a Black Bass, on the Island of New Britain, Papua New Guinea

On a volcanic island in the Pacific Ring of Fire, an ancient fishing community is being terrorized by something in the water thatÕs left behind a trail of bloodied victims. With a collective knowledge built up over centuries, these fishermen thought they knew everything in these waters, until now. The only clue they have to the attackerÕs identity are the large puncture wounds itÕs left behind. Now angling detective Jeremy Wade journeys to this land of fire and folklore to put himself to the ultimate test; can he uncover the identity of this mysterious fanged assailant?

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0207 157 3046 peter.gray@itv.com

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The internationally popular programme again takes Jeremy Wade to various exotic locations around the globe including, for the first time, …Continue reading »

River Monsters with Jeremy Wade ends TV run on a high

19 May

RIVER MONSTERS star Jeremy Wade is getting wet for the new and penultimate eighth series on ITV – as all the six episodes are filmed in the sea.

From Icon Films

RIVER MONSTERS
Ep1 Deep Sea Demon
Friday 19th May 2017 on ITV

Pictured Jeremy Wade in Phuket Thailand holding a Moray Eel

Turning his attention from freshwater mysteries to the worldÕs oceans, aquatic detective Jeremy Wade goes in search of the real creature behind the enduring sea serpent legend. Starting in his own backyard Jeremy fishes in the English Channel on the trail of a violent attack. His investigation then leads him to Thailand where the mythology of the sea serpent reveals a vital clue, before travelling to the unlikely location of France where he attempts to finally solve the mystery and have a sea serpent encounter of his own. Has the monster finally been unmasked?

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For further information please contact Peter Gray
0207 157 3046 peter.gray@itv.com

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River Monsters 8 is the second to last series, as Angler’s Mail revealed last month, as Jeremy has now completely …Continue reading »