THURSDAY Banished BBC2, 9pm This edition of the period drama sees suspicion fall on James when Tommy begins to wonder whether he has turned informant in order to save his own neck
- and he's not the only one to harbour such doubts about the pickpocket.
Angry parents of some of the passengers claimed the 64-year-old abandoned the ferry to save his own neck
Musharraf should have the strength of character and propriety not to get the Army that suffered because of his personal ambitions embroiled again in controversy to save his own neck
Then there's the coward's way where the boss is so weasly, yet so determined to save his own neck
he'll even burn the people who work under COWARD: Jeremy Hunt him.
First up was George Cowie, Banff, who said: "Gordon Smith is trying to headhunt Walter Smith only in order to save his own neck
For example, when the action is set around Lake Tahoe and is nothing to do with the Middle East crisis, why name your central target Buddy 'Aces' Israel (Jeremy Piven), a sleazy Vegas magician who has agreed to save his own neck
by landing mob boss Primo Sparazza in the deep stuff?
And while you can see why a spineless wimp like Mahmood might try to save his own neck
, why have the politically- correct fools that pass for police chiefs in Manchester let this despicable human being pull the race card?
In order to save his own neck
and the lives of the throngs who gather around his booth, Farrell's character must do whatever the sniper says.
Mareschal cracked and to save his own neck
informed the coroner of the king's household, Simon Croyce, of the whole affair.
Conflicting theories about whether the assassin, Harry Orchard, was Haywood's gun for hire, seeking to save his own neck
by implicating Haywood, or simply insane, aren't satisfactorily fleshed out.
Among the amazing sights are those shot by a man who had to climb a school's fire escape to save his own neck
, and another who almost died when his car was swept away in a torrential current before sinking.
And on the other, we have arrogant, self-serving and self-righteous Alastair Campbell, who sees no shame in misleading the people of this country, who sees no shame in last week's unseemly scrabble to save his own neck
Instead, the PM tried to save his own neck
on defence cuts with a cynical visit to an RAF base on the Med.
The mother said, 'The only stress he has been under is the stress of finding an excuse to save his own neck
Four years ago, the Daily Record told how William Love claimed that he made a hush-hush deal with detectives to save his own neck