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Yes, Prime Minister was a sitcom created by Antony Jay and Jonathan Lynn which ran from 1986 to 1988 as a sequel to the sitcom Yes Minister, which ran for four years from 1980.
At the heart of the series was the tempestuous, symbiotic and farcical relationship between elected ministers and civil servants, as embodied by Hacker and his Permanent Secretary, Sir Humphrey Appleby (played by Paul Eddington and Nigel Hawthorne respectively).
In 2010 the writers decided to adapt the story for the stage, updating it with a plot which took in the coalition government and economic crisis, and saw the characters using Blackberries.
Haig took on the role of Hacker and Henry Goodman played slippery secretary Sir Humphrey.
Haig’s performance as Jim Hacker in the recent stage show of the series prompted several people to compare the character to the bumbling-yet-popular Boris Johnson, Mayor of London and - if the Westminster grapevine is to be believed - wannabe Prime Minister.“I didn’t base Hacker on anyone but others have mentioned Boris - probably because he’s got that combination of being a very clever politician but sometimes he seems like anything but,” says Haig, a seasoned theatre actor who is perhaps best recognised for playing bonking groom Bernard in Four Weddings And A Funeral.
The actor, lacking his usual moustache, is sitting in the hallowed halls of the National Liberal Club on the Embankment side of the River Thames, a fitting location to discuss the political satire, being a mere stroll away from Downing Street.
She was cast for the role of the Eleventh Doctor's first companion, Amy Pond, on the British sci-fi series Doctor Who in May 2009.
It's said in Watson's online blog that they broke up after visiting Watson's friends in New Zealand together. She was a good person who I believe after her near death experience with Watson, although she liked him, didn't want to be involved with someone who was an adventure seeker that could endanger his life as well as her's.
The international jury, which was chaired by filmmaker, actor and writer Niki Karimi, said the award was given for the film’s “meticulously observed and perfectly crafted look at economic despair in the rural and developing landscape of Myanmar, the temptation of easy money and the consequence of ruinous choices…
and for the assured tone and quiet melancholy of this re-telling of the fall from Eden.” Farida Pacha’s “My Name Is Salt” took the award for documentary feature film.
Karen Sheila Gillan (born 28 November 1987) is a Scottish actress, director, and screenwriter.
She is known for the role of Amy Pond, companion to the Eleventh Doctor, in the BBC science fiction series Doctor Who (2010–13).
Watson takes her on the date from hell, when he agrees to take her to the Chinese Circus Sherlock recommends.