Miller struggled with the 104F, or 40C, heat (not helped by Poole’s ubiquitous woollen suit), and in fact suffered heatstroke during a scene while I was there.
The island looks exquisite on screen but this came at a price.
Fortunately, he is also into anything with a face – a car with a face or even a person with a face – so we usually find something in the film to interest him. Saturday mornings start with American-style pancakes and then maybe a trip to the farmer's market in Queen's Park.
They sell incredible meatballs at one of the stalls. I like doing a roast chicken on Sunday, with stuffing and all the trimmings, and it's usually served late – at about four.
” he says, as we meet to tackle the first item on that list, a BBC One detective show called Death in Paradise. That’s where real-life comparisons end, however, since Death in Paradise is really a light-hearted, Agatha Christie-style whodunit-of-the-week that nestles somewhere between comedy and drama.
The series’s writer Robert Thorogood noted how the Met had sent detectives to assist the local force.
Happily, filming can often create office-like hours and if I'm lucky the weekend starts on Friday morning. Sarah, who played my wife in the television comedy series, The Worst Week of My Life, is married to actor Peter Serafinowicz and we have quite a lot of play-dates with Sam.We recently started to take Sonny to see films in the afternoon.He'll pretty much sit through the whole thing, but he's more into the business of buying tickets and the snacks.Her dress' stretchy crepe material combined with the red and black colour block design emphasised her curves expertly whilst a dramatic collar and plunge neck lent the look a flirty appeal.It was the perfect marriage of sassy and sophisticated and can be yours by clicking right...Her most notable credits during this time period were the roles of Barbara Reynholm, the wife of Denholm Reynholm in The IT Crowd, and Nikki in the TV series Jekyll alongside James Nesbitt and Gina Bellman.She also made an appearance in the commercially successful mockumentary feature film Razzle Dazzle: A Journey into Dance.As well as my in-laws, we have lots of friends in the West Country so we tend to go down there quite a lot. We even rented a place down there for a time, on a farm. We often stay with the playwright Jez Butterworth and his wife Gilly. Peter, Sarah and I are all into science – I studied astrophysics at Cambridge – and we love taking our children to the Science Museum.Jez has a smallholding with pigs, ducks and chickens. We hang out a lot with my comedy partner Alexander Armstrong – Xander to his friends – and his wife, Hannah. By year’s end, he will have achieved the following: lead role in an eight-part drama, six months in Guadeloupe, basic French, directorial debut, science book, sitcom pilot, stage play, divorce, baby. “It was only after I’d been there a couple of weeks and saw some stuff cut together that I thought, ‘Right, it’s basically Inspector Clouseau.’” Guadeloupe was chosen by the French channel that jointly made the series with the BBC; hence Miller’s new language skills, cultivated off set. “To begin with I thought I was in The Wire,” Miller laughs.Hot mama: Belinda Stewart-Wilson looks ravishing in a form-fitting black and red dress, as she steps out on the red carpet at the premiere for The Inbetweeners 2 at the Vue West End in London on Tuesday Well, dosen't Will's mum look incredible!We think Belinda Stewart-Wilson just oozed effortless poise and elegance in this form-fitting frock from Deadly Is The Female (nope we hadn;t heard of them either) at The Inbetweeners film premiere last night- she certainly gave the younger cast a real run for their money!Stewart-Wilson's first television role was in the series Shine on Harvey Moon, a show based on 1950s London.