Abhorrent sex slave masters An Albanian couple accused of holding a young woman against her will and forcing her into prostitution at a house in Sutton were found guilty on Tuesday.
Mirela Zeneli and Blendi Krasniqi showed little emotion as jurors at Kingston Crown Court returned their verdicts after seven hours and 11 minutes of deliberations.
One of his most memorable later roles was as the elderly professor Digory Kirke in the television version of The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe (1988).
When Aldridge died in 1994, his obituary in The Times said of him: If Aldridge joined the cast of a show, it invariably meant the injection of an extra dimension of dramatic interest, however modest his role in it. He stated his main interests as sailing, market gardening, watching cricket and playing tennis, and also liked to make his own bread and jam.
Teenager robbed in early hours A TEENAGER was thumped in the face by thieves who stole his mobile phone and wallet.
The 17-year-old victim was walking on Huddersfield Road at Scout Hill in Dewsbury when he was approached by three young men who deman- ded his wallet and mobile phone at 2.45am on Saturday.
The one who punched the victim was 6ft, slim and wore a dark baseball cap. There is no fate but what we make for ourselves They forced me with unspeakable violence to obey their will Not all muslims are terrorists, but most terrorists are muslims You can take the monkey out of the jungle, but you can't take the jungle out of the monkey Robber threatened to stab young mother A mugger threatened to stab a young mother when he grabbed her during a Preston park robbery.
This charity shop has to have a security controlled electronic door where you buzz for entry.
In everything he did, if never a big name, he was a professional to his fingertips.
Aldridge married Kirsteen Rowntree, and they had three daughters: Charlotte L.
The character was an ex-headmaster and inventor, designed to replace the Foggy Dewhurst character played by Brian Wilde, who had left the series.
However, Aldridge wanted to retire to nurse his sick wife, and this coincided with Wilde deciding to return to the show, so Aldridge's character was dropped.