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Police search for Foyle's War actress Honeysuckle Weeks

Police are concerned for Honeysuckle's welfare Credit: Sussex Police

Police are concerned for the welfare of Honeysuckle Weeks, who starred in the ITV wartime crime drama, Foyle's War.

Honeysuckle, who is 36, lives in Petworth. She was last seen in Graylingwell Drive, Chichester at 9pm on Thursday night and was reported missing around 10pm.

She is around 5'4" with cropped gingery blonde hair. She was last seen wearing a blue anorak and faded blues jeans.

Detective Kate Witt said: "We are concerned about Honeysuckle as her recent behaviour has concerned family and friends and she has expressed to them she is feeling anxious.

"Although she travels around a lot and has links in London and has family in Wiltshire, it is unlike her not to be in touch with family.

"If you read this Honeysuckle, please get in touch to let us know you are ok."

Anyone with information or has seen her, please contact police on or call 999 in an emergency, quoting serial 1632 of 28/07.

ITV's Ben Shephard hosts Pride of Sport Awards

The Pride of Sport Awards have been held in London.

Just like the Pride of Britain Awards they recognise unsung heroes. David Wood attended the ceremony, hosted by ITV's Ben Shephard.


Major award for ITV News app

Some good news about us. The ITV News app, launched last Autumn, has been voted best app by judges at the Online Media Awards.

Oxford in the limelight as cameras roll on the new series of ITV drama Lewis

Kevin Whately and Laurence Fox Credit: ITV

Filming for the eighth series of ITV's detective drama Lewis has started again in Oxford. The Inspector Morse spin-off will film at a number of locations around the city, including the Cherwell and Isis Rivers and the magnificent University Colleges.

In the six new episodes Kevin Whately and Laurence Fox reprise their roles as the detectives who investigate grisly murders against the backdrop of the beautiful university spires of Oxford.

But this time it’s different. After an extended break from the Police, Hathaway has been promoted to Inspector. Lewis is drafted back from retirement to renew their partnership.


Scam victim loses £250,000

It's one of the biggest - and most sophisticated - money-laundering scams in British criminal history. And one of its biggest casualties is revealed today as an academic and former investment banker from Kent.

Dr Peter Greenhalgh was one of 2,000 British victims of a massive international investment sting. Ruthless fraudsters swindled him out of a quarter of a million pounds as he nursed his wife through treatment for cancer. John Ryall reports.

Mr Selfridge second series shooting starts

Jeremy Piven and Aisling Loftus on the set of the second series of Mr Selfridge

Based upon the life of flamboyant American entrepreneur Harry Gordon Selfridge, who founded the world-renowned store on London’s Oxford Street in 1909, the second series picks up the story in 1914 as the store celebrates its 5th anniversary of trading. Mr Selfridge is buried in Dorset.

Harry, played by Emmy award-winning American actor, Jeremy Piven (Entourage_), is proud of the store’s success but there is no time to rest on his laurels. With rumours rife and talk of war in Europe, he prepares staff for challenges times ahead.

With World War One imminent and set to be the greatest and most devastating in history, it will inevitably affect the lives of everyone in the store. Throughout these troubled times, Harry will turn to his family and friends and try and heal the rifts of the past.

In January this year, the first episode of_ Mr Selfridge_ achieved a peak audience of 9.4 million viewers. This made it the highest launch audience for a new ITV drama series since Scott and Bailey in May 2011. Filming will take place on location in London and Kent with transmission on ITV in 2014.

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