Emmerdale Mon-Fri, UTV Like a moth to the flame
, Debbie is helpless to stop herself falling back into the arms of her ex-lover, Ross.
There's Murder One, a tribute to Motorhead frontman Lemmy who died earlier this year, but it's blown away by the splintered riffing of Moth To The Flame
. This 2CD set could have been pruned for maximum impact, but it's an album calculated to satisfy rather than challenge the band's massive fan base.
And Huddersfield-born Wendy Robinson, formerly of indie band The Popinjays, has just returned to songwriting with new band, Moth to the Flame
Today, drawn like a moth to the flame
by Narendra Modi's 2014 electoral battle cry for a Congress-free India, the party seems determined to transform its rival's promise into prophesy.
The rock 'n' roll lifestyle is nothing new but it attracted Tim Burgess like a moth to the flame
Naked, bound and gagged and wrapped in cellophane - Hannah refuses to beg for her life and Dexter is drawn like a moth to the flame
- they have torrid sex and it is through her that Dexter realizes that he can control his so-called dark passenger.
The European Union budget is just a pinprick in comparison with the five-year long collapse of corrupt banking and exploitative capitalism, and yet the Labour Party is drawn like a moth to the flame
at the prospect of a cheap populist coup over the coalition, a move so right wing that even the neo-Thatcherite Tony Blair warned against it.
Yet he is drawn to her like a moth to the flame
and the consequences will be just as catastrophic.
Annie McCourt's play Moth to the Flame
won first prize in Trinity College London's International Playwriting Competition.
I spoke to Phil and thought it was an act of complete madness to try to shoot a 90-minute feature in two days, but it was that sort of potential car crash that I'm attracted to, like a moth to the flame
. It was one of the most organised shoots I've ever been on, and it won at the London Independent Film Festival.
'I told you, ' said Trajan, 'the Elvi - the elves, and the Red Caps and the Wendigo - and the faeries of course - all going to see Pan.' 'This I gorra see,' Abbacot got to his feet, and like a moth to the flame
, found himself drawn to the beautiful multi-faceted gem of the Palm House, sparkling from within now as if it contained a forest of Christmas tree-lights - and what beautiful faint music floated on the night air from the domed greenhouse.
The actor, who will present the first show in the new series, said: "I'm very excited and honoured and, like a moth to the flame
, I am terrified but cannot resist.
Keira Knightley has never been more compelling or heartbreaking as the poet's childhood sweetheart who is drawn back to him like a moth to the flame
; Sienna Miller is equally formidable as Dylan's wife, who recognises the potential threat to her marriage and chooses to keep her friends close but her rival even closer.
Still, I am drawn to entrepreneurship like a moth to the flame
. Entrepreneurs are exceptional, and this year's Entrepreneur of the Year finalists are no exception.
Alfred's next task was to eliminate eggs from custard, which Mrs Bird, like a moth to the flame
, was rather partial too despite the heartburn.