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Littlewood

(Maud) Joan. 1914--2002, British theatre director, who founded the Theatre Workshop Company (1945) with the aim of bringing theatre to the working classes: noted esp for her production of Oh, What a Lovely War! (1963)
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The characteristic montage style of Lovely War can be traced directly to MacColl and Littlewood working in tandem and (sometimes) in harmony (73).
NERVOUS MOMENT: John Barnes with partner Nicole Cutler and their rivals, Lilia Kopylova and Dominic Littlewood, wait to hear if they've made it through to the next round
Littlewood, 42, was the fifth dancer booted off the show after he and ex-footballer John Barnes came bottom on the public vote and took part in a dance-off.
Chapman and Jones were remanded in custody until tomorrow and Littlewood was granted police bail to appear with them on the same date at Blackwood Magistrates Court.
Therefore, the news that "your guest is Scoop 6 hopeful Jim Littlewood who is deaf in one ear but we hope to give you the working one to talk to" did not increase the serenity factor by much.
Police vans remained on the scene on Third Street yesterday and a number of flowers have been left in tribute to Mr Littlewood outside his home.
The pair had been friends for 17 years when Littlewood tied Ms Holden's wrists and ankles before inflicting knife injuries to her legs, abdomen, chest, neck and face.
Littlewood must carry out 200 hours of unpaid work in the community, and his name will be on the Sex Offenders' Register for five years.
They both admitted insider trading at Southwark Crown Court in October 2010 and Mr Littlewood, 41, was jailed for three years and four months, while his wife, 43, was handed a 12-month suspended sentence.
The additional capacity this third A380 brings is equivalent to an extra 100,000 seats on the route, and an additional $100 million to our economy, every year, continues Mr Littlewood.
Littlewood captained the side, which saw off the challenge of the host nation, the Channel Islands and France to claim top honours.
Just weeks after the end of the War, Charles and Mary Littlewood married in Asfordby, Leicestershire, on September 24, 1945.