Tuesday 16 May 1995
Refuge, the world's first refuge for battered women and children, founded in 1971, is launching its first cinema advertising campaign. The one-minute commercial, directed by the BAFTA award winning Richard Spence, will be seen by movie goers across the UK in over 200 Warner Brothers cinemas. Refuge says the ad has been made to increase both funding and public awareness "of the frightening prevalence of abuse against women". The launch for the ad yesterday was attended by Sandra Maitland and Tiffany Chapman, otherwise known as Brookside's Mandy and Rachel Jordache, due either to go down or be let off in tonight's episode for the murder of the wife- beating, child-abusing Trevor.
Fracking is turning the US into a bigger oil producer than Saudi Arabia
Missing Malaysia Airlines plane: Details emerge of two young Iranians using stolen passports in search for a better life
Three-quarters of Britons are saying it wrong - the top ten most common mispronunciations
Oscar Pistorius trial: Forensic analyst says athlete 'was not wearing prosthetic legs' when he smashed locked toilet door with a bat
Missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370: ‘Alright, good night’ – last words from cockpit revealed amid growing confusion
- 1 Hells of residence: Inside Macedonia's horrifying student accommodation - where the walls are green and the food is black
- 2 First Kiss video: Filmmaker gets 20 strangers to make out on YouTube with awkward results
- 3 Grace Dent: Who cares if she spells it Barraco Barner? Gemma Worrall is more employable than some bookish arts graduate
- 4 Rampaging elephant smashes up house but then 'saves crying baby trapped under debris'
- 5 Ian Wright breaks down in ITV documentary charting his rise to Arsenal and England striker
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