Noel Clarke suing BAFTA for defamation after UK police stop investigation

Actor Noel Clarke is suing BAFTA for defamation, following the Academy’s decision to suspend his membership following allegations of his sexual harassment and bullying.

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BAFTA reviewing special awards following Noel Clarke scandal

Following the criticism BAFTA received extensive criticism for presenting Noel Clarke with its Outstanding British Contribution to Cinema Award during its televised ceremony in April 2021, just weeks before he faced numerous allegations by multiple women as part of an investigation by The Guardian newspaper (He has denied all allegations). The outlet reported that BAFTA, which named Clarke as the recipient of the award in late March, knew about the allegations almost two weeks prior to the film awards; however, BAFTA has maintained that it wasn’t presented with sufficient evidence to investigate the anonymous emails and claims it had received about the actor. Following the article BAFTA suspended the membership of Clarke and stripped him of his award.

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Noel Clarke officially removed from his production company ‘Unstoppable’

Noel Clarke has officially been removed  from his production company, Unstoppable Film and TV, following multiple sexual misconduct and bullying allegations that emerged against the British actor this spring.

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Big Finish pulls upcoming release due to ongoing John Barrowman scandal

Doctor Who audio producers Big Finish have announced they will not be moving forward with the release of the story Torchwood: Absent Friends.

Originally set for release this month, the story would have reunited John Barrowman’s Captain Jack Harkness with David Tennant’s Tenth Doctor.


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John Barrowman removed from Doctor Who: Time Fracture following accusations

Interactive adventure Doctor Who: Time Fracture is set to go live later this month following COVID-related delays. Torchwood star John Barrowman was originally scheduled to reprise the role of Captain Jack Harkness for the live event in the form of a pre-recorded clip, but has since been dropped following allegations of exposing himself.


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Actor Noel Clarke issues apology following misconduct allegations

In a new statement Actor Noel Clarke has said he’s “deeply sorry” for some of his actions and will seek professional help, but has again “vehemently” denied sexual misconduct. Following BAFTA’s suspension the membership of actor Noel Clarke along with his recent Outstanding British Contribution to Cinema Award following numerous sexual harassment and bullying allegations made in a Guardian report published Thursday.

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‘Bulletproof’ and ‘Viewpoint’ cancelled following Noel Clarke allegations

Following BAFTA’s suspension the membership of actor Noel Clarke along with his recent Outstanding British Contribution to Cinema Award following numerous sexual harassment and bullying allegations made in a Guardian report published Thursday; further fall-out and reactions has seen Sky announce they will no longer work with Clarke on his TV show ‘Bulletproof’ which also aired on The CW network in the US. Additionally ITV has announced it will not air tonights final episode of Viewpoint; a week-long drama series that already aired episodes 1-4. Continue reading

BAFTA suspends Noel Clarke following sexual misconduct allegations

BAFTA has suspended the membership of actor Noel Clarke, along with his recent Outstanding British Contribution to Cinema Award following numerous sexual harassment and bullying allegations made in a Guardian report published Thursday.


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Interview: Shannon Murray (Class)

 Shannon Murray is an actress, writer and disability consultant.

She was most recently on our screen as April’s mum Jackie in BBC Doctor Who Spin-off ‘Class’. Previously she has appeared in shows including Casualty and Doctors.

She is well known as an advocate for disabled people in the media and has written and spoken in public about the subject in-depth.

“It was important for me to show brands, organisations and shoppers that you can merge disability and high street fashion” Continue reading