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Tom Riley on Instagram recently promoted US company Yumi, which is supporting the Rainbows In Windows initiative to help needy families in America. Check out more details on Tom's instagram.

For each rainbow posted, tagging @yumi or #rainbowsinwindows, @yumi will donate a month’s worth of food to @feedingamerica to help families in need.

The wonderful RAINBOWS IN WINDOWS by @ariannawrotethis is also available for FREE on the Yumi website. 

AND, BONUS CONTENT! To balance out the whole Brit stumping for American causes thing, please swipe right to see an American flip the switch - in a @foof_designs Wear Your Heart On Your Tee For The NHS t-shirt. All profits from the tee go towards sourcing PPE for the 1.5million NHS workers in the UK.

During this LONG lockdown, why not take the opportunity to catch up with some of Tom's shows, as recommended by Wales Online

Da Vinci's Demons

The series, created by Man of Steel screenwriter David S Goyer, has been an international hit, screened in more than 125 countries in 45 languages, and it was filmed in Swansea Bay Studios. Filming for the show also took place at Margam Castle, Abbey Cwm Hir Hall in Llandrindod Wells and around Neath Porth Talbot. It ran for three series between 2013 and 2015 and starred Tom Riley as a young Leonardo Da Vinci. Series one and two are on Amazon Prime.

Also on Amazon Prime are the full series of ITV's Dark Heart and Monroe, period dramas The Collection and Lost In Austen, as well as films Starfish, Kill Your Friends, Air, and Happy Ever Afters. 

For those wondering what is happening with The Nevers, it would seem from show runner Joss Whedon's Twitter header that the 10 episode sci-fi series has suspended filming, as with nearly all TV and Film projects during the covid-19 crisis. So little information gets released about the series, it is great to have even a tiny tit-bit. To help keep you going during the break, The Nevers make-up designer Christine Blundell recently gave an interview in which she briefly mentions The Nevers. Watch the interview on Facebook.

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