Finally, after a two-year wait, Lip Service is winging its way back to our screens. Still no confirmation on a date, though. UPDATE – 9pm on 20th of April. What is the Beeb’s problem? They have a fab show with great acting and have no idea what the hell to do with it. We’re back pondering the conundrum: Team Sam or Team Frankie? When season one ended, we were deadlocked on our poll.
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Lip Service will be coming back for a second series it has been confirmed. So where did it leave off and what are your hopes for the future? Sam v Frankie, round 2!
Good Morning Gaelickers! I hope you are wrapped up warm wherever you might be, whether snuggled in bed with the morning papers or out and about having Sunday brunch, tis a cold one out there. So I said to myself, what better way to get the Gaelickers warmed up than a post about beautiful ladies?
The final episode of Lip Service – the Beeb’s series featuring fictional Lesbians Of Scotland – airs tonight: Tuesday, 16th November 2010 at 10:30pm. Members of Gaelick will be following, tweeting, commenting, opining and (more than likely) gasping at the Sapphic thrills and spills. So, join us!
So, Cat McKenzie. You say you love Sam Murray. But do you? Do you?! The dilemma: Sam or Frankie. Much like: strawberries or a plate of vomit. Or: jazz tootlings or Justin Beiber. Or: a hot cop or a feckin’ feck-up.
Following on from HAL’s Ginger Nut post I thought I’d put together a list of some lovely brunettes. Of course there were too many to fit into one post but I did my best – tough job eh!
Twists and turns, more naughtiness, and “exciting announcements” from the BBC: that’s right, it’s Lip Service, episode three!
Born only a month after my good self (that was a good year) Laura Fraser is a Scottish actress with some fancy credentials. Her resume includes such films as A Knights Tale, Vanilla Sky and the wonderful Nina’s Heavenly Delights. Not to mention her exploits on the small screen which include the title role in [...]
HAL has previously had her spake about BBC3′s Lip Service – in particular she seemed focused on that Frankie character, played by Ruta Gedmintas. Well, who I want to talk about is the character of Sam. Detective Sergeant Sam, to be precise.
The countdown begins! Lip Service, it’s been called the Scottish L Word, starts on BBC on Oct 12th. In the meantime, our ‘perennial fav’ red top, The Sun has this to offer on the gritty drama.
You may have heard some mutterings on t’internet about Lip Service, a new telly show coming from the BBC in the Spring, which will follow the lives of some Scottish lesbians. Scottish lesbians are right up there with brown paper parcels tied up with string on my list of favourite things, so the excitement is mounting here in Gaelick towers.