Future learning and skills – giving everyone the opportunity to build a lifelong relationship with film. The BBC News religion editor, 57, is notable for his high-profile interviews in the past, with the likes of Diana, Princess of Wales and the television presenter Michael Barrymore. Following a lengthy trial, Charles and Diana were eventually convicted on a single count of procuring the execution of a valuable security by deception. It would be Whittock’s well-timed coughs that would alert the Major to the correct answer to a question. Friends: Can you spot the 20 references scattered around Times Square? Last year he competed in the celebrity spin-off of X Factor, where he was voted off after week three. The documentary that showed that three strategically-placed coughs were apparently used in the question, which was for £250,000. Follow our re-cap of all the big moments and revelations included in the documentary. Bashir, who competed in the celebrity spin-off of X Factor last year, is known for interviewing famous and controversial figures. Bashir, who competed in the celebrity spin-off of X Factor last year, is known for … But it seemed that some staff were concerned as soon as the Major had sat in the hot seat, as they soon became aware that Diana’s younger brother was in the audience watching the taping, and actually went outside to use his phone twice, something that was banned. in 2001. in 2001. 5:05. The Big Breakfast House now up for sale for £5.75million nearly 30 years after show first aired, Little Mix’s Jade Thirlwall forced to self-isolate and will miss The Search first live show. Footage of his now famous Anthony Eden question was used as part of the prosecution’s case in court. More information. 9:52. Who wants to be a Millionaire - Major Fraud (2008) How one … He spent time working for ABC and MSNBC in the US, before returning to the BBC as religion editor. At the end of the first taping, he had got to £4,000 but had already used two of his three life-lines. However, it seemed that the Major’s quizzing knowledge left a lot to be desired. Find out about international touring programmes, Find out more about the BFI National Archive, Discover how BFI NETWORK is supporting new and emerging filmmakers, Get help as a new filmmaker and find out about NETWORK, Find out about booking film programmes internationally, Courses, training and conferences for teachers. Bashir also spoke to Michael Jackson in 2003 for the documentary Living With Michael Jackson. Seemingly against all the odds, Charles Ingram became that rare contestant to win the jackpot prize on Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? ‘[Diana] went away very disappointed. This full episode is narrated by Martin Bashir. Bashir started his career as a journalist in 1986, but shot to fame after interviewing Diana in 1995 for the BBC’s Panorama programme. This video is unavailable. Charles Ingram cheated his way to 1 million pounds sterling. The documentary purports that it was during this gap between filming episodes that the Ingrams first made contact with co-conspirator Tecwen Whittok, who was a Fastest Finger First contestant waiting in the wings for his chance in the hot seat. The BBC News religion editor, 57, is notable for his high-profile interviews in the past, with the likes of Diana, Princess of Wales and the television presenter Michael Barrymore. Luxury Collection selects Tan as global ambassador, Banksy’s take on Monet’s garden scene fetches £7.5m at auction, Colin Firth on Mamma Mia 3: ‘We can always dream’, Adele, Rihanna and Kendrick Lamar need to give us new music, please, Elton John is getting his own Barbie doll, Jill Duggar Dillard explains why she broke away from her famous family, Noah Cyrus was the talk of the 2020 CMT Music Awards because of her outfit, Raiders-Bucs game moved after positive Covid tests, Eagles rally to edge Giants and top NFC East, ‘Mayweather did have KO power – I saw it!’.