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A video of Sir Patrick's recent visit to Skipton:

 

 

And here is the second part of the interview they did while he was there!

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For those who consider attending the Shakespeare Gala thingy in Washington, DC - here is more information on how, when and where Sir Patrick will show up.

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Sir Patrick speaks out again about the Dignity in Dying campaign he supports. Here.

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Sir Patrick supports Refuge, an organization in the UK that tries to provide a safe environment for women who are victims of domestic violence:

 

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Click here in order to read a very good article on Sir Patrick's talk about Shakespeare, Star Trek and theater on Tuesday.

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And another picture of Sir Patrick in Orlando (this one was taken yesterday).

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Here is a detailed report about Sir Patrick's appearance at the Vulcan Con in Orlando last weekend. It's definitely worth reading. I love the Sting story, I've heard it so many times but it still makes me laugh. He's so adorable when he's clueless!

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I just have to post this beautiful picture:

 

 

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This is (obviously) Sir Patrick, reading the script for "The Inner Light". I just adore the look of utter love on his face. (Picture Source)

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is a very, very interesting interview from the 90s in which Sir Patrick talks a lot about Jean-Luc, Star Trek, Kirk, TNG, politics. It's very enjoyable.

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Sir Patrick is back from his vacation! He showed up at the University of Huddersfield yesterday in order to assist at the graduation ceremony.

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Here is a whole bunch of Sir Patrick pictures, taken today at the University of Huddersfield.

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Sir Patrick decided to play some table footy yesterday as well.

 

*ADORES*

 

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(Source)

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Sir Patrick's in Bristol today. Here he is, talking to a BBC Bristol reporter (I think):

 

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Here is an article about Sir Patrick's visit to Bristol yesterday.

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A little video that features Sir Patrick in the upcoming BBC Richard II movie can be found here. (You'll have to scroll down a bit and then forward the video a bit.)

 

And I have a screencap, of course.

 

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Sir Patrick spoke at the Cambridge Union on Wednesday - and, among other things, he talked about TNG. Here is a video in which he calls Guinan's hats "silly". How dare he! <_< :roflmao:

 

 

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Sir Patrick & Tom Jones on the couch of Hey Hey It's Saturday in 1995:

 

 

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Sir Patrick still supports the Save Your Riverside campaign:

 

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Sir Patrick's voice will be featured in 'The Snow Goose' in Almondbury.

 

More information on this can be found here and here.

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Sir Patrick attended the W Magazine's celebration of the 69th annual Golden Globe Awards in LA yesterday - here is a picture.

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That is a great picture of him.

 

Agreed. I love his shirt. I want it! ;)

 

 

News: Sir Patrick will be on BBC's Radio 2 on Friday morning!

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