Steve Plaistowe, Fellowes
, senior channel manager said Fellowes
is delighted to be launching with Exertis, as they fulfil a key part of the Fellowes
roll out strategy for the IT reseller community.
hasn't made up his mind yet, he seems optimistic about George living a long life.
While it is all systems go for a shot at the six-furlong Listed prize, Fellowes
has warned he would not run Wet Sail should the ground be fast.
added: "He's well balanced and very quick, and I think a tight track will suit him.
said: "It's for NBC Universal and it will happen when Downton finishes because I just couldn't do both at once.
said of The Gilded Age: "It will happen when Downton finishes, because I just couldn't do both at once.
expects the deal to allow its clients and staff to benefit from the support of a top 25 firm for their future development, managing director Adam Wilson noted.
admitted to The Hollywood Reporter that, after Matthew and Mary's long love affair, the only way to write him out was to kill him off.
was on the red carpet at Wednesday's National Television Awards.
The show] certainly ought to have an Indian character from that period," Fellowes
told The Telegraph.
RESULTS were: Matthew Fellowes
21 George Curran 9, John Hanson 6 Martin Gilpin 21, Chris Mordue 12 Kerry Morris 21, Paul Whalley 8 Mick Gratton 21, Jason Jones 21 Jon Price 14, Dave Carter 4 Ian Nicholson 21, Rita Manning 5 Gary Owen 21, Craig Saville 13 Tony Riley 21.
For starters, Fellowes
could get guitar heroes like Eddie Van Halen or Yngwie Malmsteen to vouch for its superior shredding ability.
DOWNTON Abbey creator Lord (Julian) Fellowes
has admitted he does not "fully understand" why the stately home show has been such a hit with viewers.
Downton Abbey, which launched its second series in the UK last night, was also honoured for its writing and directing, with gongs for Julian Fellowes
and Brian Percival.
DOWNTON Abbey creator Julian Fellowes
has admitted that he should not have got "the hump" when viewers pointed out a string of historical inaccuracies in the hit period drama.