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It was an impersonation that shocked and embarrassed their neighbours, including ballet star Rudolph Nureyev, who commented on it.‘I began to wonder if Yoko had encouraged John to go off and have a fling with their PA, May Pang.As the the husband of her best friend becomes the prime suspect, Helen's world is turned upside down as she's forced to reassess who she can trust.Notting Hill star Tim Mc Innerny has been seen in a trailer for In The Dark, but it's not yet clear what his role in the series is.Drawn together, apparently, by their common love of John, they grew close.Each time a Lennon anniversary approached, it was to Peebles that Yoko turned, insisting that only he was allowed to interview her.‘She used John’s death to hype her own new record, for example, and rushed to record a sentimental B-side compilation of bits of John talking as a souvenir.Meanwhile Ordinary Lies director Danny Brocklehurst is at the helm of the series behind the cameras.
Two girls have been mysteriously abducted in what will prove to be one of the toughest cases of Helen's career.
Similarly, David Leon is playing Adam – a character connected to Helen though his back story is still a mystery.
Comedian Emma Fryer plays Linda Jackson in the drama, the wife of Stephen and best friend of Helen.
I sat cross- legged on a sofa, and barely said a word. She told us she’d had better offers than the BBC’s. She wanted us to beg for it.’‘She said, “Right, if we are going to do this, I need to make very clear to you that this interview will be 50 per cent about John, and 50 per cent about me.” I felt like saying, “Who on earth are you?
You’re the woman who has done for singing what Wayne Sleep has done for Rugby League”.’Peebles and his team spent the next day Christmas shopping, and boarded their return Pan Am flight on the evening of December 8.
Immersed in controversy and scandal thanks to drug offences, aware that the Nixon administration wanted him out of America, and terrified to travel home for fear that U. immigration authorities would prevent him returning to the States, John had stayed put and parked his musical career.