Starring: Shameik Moore, Brian
Tyree Henry, Mahershala Ali, Jake Johnson, Nicolas Cage, Hailee Steinfeld
CAST: Kiefer Sutherland, Donald Sutherland, Demi Moore, Brian
Cox, Michael Wincott, Aaron Poole
He joined a number of celebrities including Sir Paul McCartney, Sir Roger Moore, Brian
May, Moby, Imelda Staunton, Eddie Izzard, Twiggy, Annette Crosbie and Brian Blessed, who have all called for a ban on animal acts.
An announcement will be made this morning to confirm his appointment after the 45-year-old beat a host of candidates such as Allan Moore, Brian
Reid and Eddie May to the post.
* CMC Partnership directors Chris Moore, Brian
Clancy and Rhiannon Cooke.
"Announcing world-class names such as Christy Moore, Brian
Kennedy and Kieran Goss, in addition to the new, innovative and pioneering project of the Irish Sea Sessions forming the heart of this year's offering, we have the hallmarks of a landmark festival."
Augusto and her husband Joseph, of Worcester; four grandsons, Michael Moore, Brian
and Sean McGauley and Christopher Anzivino; and several nephews and nieces.
Cardiff City: Joe Bonson, Graham Moore, Brian
Coventry Amateurs in 1955 (above, back, from left), Keith Robinson, Chris Wagg, Henry Horne, Les Stafford, David Kite, Gerry Barker, (front, from left) Maurice Atkins, Colin Moore, Brian
Spence, Ken Higginson, Billy Cotton; and Coventry Sporting in 1974 (left, back, from left), Adrian Newbury, Bob Mundy, Tony Dunk, Derek Jones, Howard Jeavons, Steve Gibb, Brian Storr, (front, from left) Pete McNulty, Mel Davis, Paul Montague, David Kite, Stewart Gallagher, Jackie Manning, Simon Skelcey; Stewart Gallagher is signed by manager David Kite (below) as Sporting's first professional player.
Michelle White, Penelope Vicountess Cobham, John Scott Martin TF181007RBSA-05; Betty Alexander-Williams, Jan Pentecost, Michael Pentecost, Brian Pentecost, Michelle Cross and John Alexander-Williams TF181007RBSA-04; Rupert Parkin, David Gibbins, Mike O'Dwyer; Betty Moore, Brian
Moore, Graham King, Gill King TF181007RBSA-02; Matthew Arnold, Michelle Hall, Monika Ferraz; Kevin Harris-James, Fergal Dowling, Tom Stevenson; Sushil Kumer, David Adams, Mike MacKenzie; Fiona Carr, Mark Illingsworth, Marie Dakin; Graham Blaine, Elaine Hind, Phil Ordidge, Irene Ordidge TF181007RBSA-03
Goals by Chris Moore, Brian
Rowe and Leon Ryan put the Bay on the way to victory ( and Chandler, who scored Whitley's winner in the Vase Final in 2002, said: "Naturally, I am delighted we have won this one.
GOALS from Michael Moore, Brian
Gray and Gez Murphy ensured Telford's fight to beat the drop will go to the wire.