In an audacious attack, the London to Birmingham mail train is robbed and derailed, causing many casualties.
Planned with military precision, this crime proves a challenge to Detective Inspector Robert Colbeck who fights to untangle a web of murder, blackmail and destruction.
Lateysha originally said she was cool with it, but tonight's episode proves the star isn't happy at all as she labels her housemate a "b***h".
Later in the episode Lateysha headed to the diary room, and suggested Laura could be threatened by her before suggesting karma would be out to get her. Laura is obviously threatened by me, that's why she nominated me. Well, almost Will Heaven, Telegraph, 29/3/10 Labour taps supporters' skills in general election poster competition Patrick Wintour, Guardian, 29/3/10 Amateur hour: Crowdsourcing the campaign Rory Cellan-Jones, BBC News, 29/3/10 The Tories' campaign is stuck in a time warp Clifford Singer, Evening Standard, 26/3/10 The Tory message isn't working... " Daniel Nogal, Pardon (Poland), 3/3/10 Seven Tory hiccups on the road to the general election Guardian, 1/3/10 Cyber spoofs launch digital election war Maurice Chittenden, Sunday Times, 28/2/10 Tories' election posters ridiculed by mickeytaking website Victoria Murphy, Mirror, 22/2/10 Has the political poster virtually had its day?so Saatchi has been called back in Andy Mc Smith, Independent, 26/3/10 Dos publicistas mejor que uno Daniel del Pino, Público, 26/3/10 Conservatives to lose the election…. Alastair Campbell, Times, 22/2/10 Yes we can: Labour election campaign to adapt Barack Obama's blueprint Patrick Wintour, Guardian, 19/2/10 Spoof website My David calls it a day – is this a Tory victory?Murray Ball needs no introduction and of course The Cat's Pyjamas standard edition won the NZ Post Children’s Choice Award last year.Laura was asked to nominate another housemate who would face the eviction this Friday alongside her, and she picked former The Valleys star Lateysha.
Former leading New Zealand publisher and bookseller, and widely experienced judge of both the Commonwealth Writers Prize and the Montana New Zealand Book Awards, talks about what he is currently reading, what impresses him and what doesn't, along with chat about the international English language book scene, and links to sites of interest to booklovers.