has brought to life
an unforgettable character, and while his presence on the show will be missed, we appreciate his contribution and look forward to future collaborations.
The monochrome negatives, found in the French village of Vignacourt in the Somme, have been brought to life
by colourisation expert Tom Marshall.
Always looking to the future and confident of its past, the essence of Liverpool is boldly brought to life
as the Three Graces are transformed into beacons of entertainment.
Eight tales were vividly brought to life
SHAKESPEARE'S comedy Twelfth Night will be brought to life
by the Chapterhouse Theatre Company in a production at Birmingham Botanical Gardens.
Any who would understand Obama and the social and political changes he promises will find this an avid listen, brought to life
Year Four pupils at Bede Academy in Blyth, Northumberland, had their history lessons brought to life
with Maximus, who hosts demonstrations at schoolss across the region.
PUPILS at a Warwickshire college saw history brought to life
with the arrival of two Roman soldiers.
1 We're Going On A Bear Hunt Michael Rosen's prize-winning story featuring swishy swashy grass and a splishy splashy river is brought to life
on stage for children aged three years old and over.
Summary: The morning after from hell is brought to life
in a film shaping up to be a big summer hit.
The Welsh medieval society transported visitors 600 years as they vividly brought to life
both the turbulent and the typical times of the Middle Ages and the uprising of Owain Glyndwr in 1400.
The characters are all vividly brought to life
, none more so than Lemercier's bumbling actress, a frantic woman perpetually on the verge of a nervous breakdown.
BUDDING comedy writers are to see their scripts brought to life
- on mobile phones.
Many were dreams that builders brought to life
, customizing originals until they were nearly unrecognizable.
95), brought to life
in audio by veteran narrator Laural Merlington and telling of a powerful ghost hunter and romance.