About the site
This is an unofficial site about the work of Richard Armitage. The site has no affiliation with either Richard Armitage or his agents.
If you would like to write to Richard, you can do so care of his agents at United Agents. Please see the Contact page for the address.
RichardArmitageOnline.com is a participant in the Amazon Europe S.à r.l. Associates Programme, an affiliate advertising programme designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to Amazon.co.uk. All commission earned on sales at Amazon UK made through links from this site will be donated to charity.
There are links on most of the 'Production Details and DVDs' pages to Richard Armitage's DVDs on Amazon UK. If you follow one of these links to Amazon UK and make a purchase, Amazon will pay this site a commission. I'll then donate that commission to charity. There are also links to the Amazon UK site on the home page.
(Please note, this site was formerly also an Associate of Amazon.com, Amazon.ca, Amazon.de, Amazon.fr and Amazon.co.jp, and the donations up to August 2009 include commission from these sites.)
This site is also an Affiliate of the BookDepository.co.uk. As with Amazon, all commission earned on sales at The Book Depository made through links from this site will be donated to charity. The Book Depository sells books and audiobooks, and ships free of charge all over the world.
There are links to Richard Armitage's audiobooks at the Book Depository in the Voice section. If you follow any of these links to The Book Depository and make a purchase, whether of the item linked to or any other item, The Book Depository will pay this site a commission, which will then be donated to charity.
A total of £4928.34 (US$7910, C$8135, 5856 Euros or $AU8387) has been donated to charity so far. The donations are as follows:
Crisis is a charity that helps homeless people in the UK.
Barnardo's is a UK charity that helps children and young people.
Oxfam is an international charity that helps to alleviate poverty around the world.
The Disasters Emergency Committee's Bangladesh Cyclone Appeal was an appeal launched by DEC to help those affected by cyclone Sidr, which caused extensive damage and loss of life in Bangladesh in November 2007 (DEC is an umbrella organisation for 13 major British aid agencies, allowing them to co-ordinate national appeals for major disasters worldwide).
Shelter helps those who are homeless or in bad housing in the UK.
Childline is a conselling service that provides a telephone helpline and website for children who are being abused or bullied, or are suffering in other ways. It's run by the National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (NSPCC).
The Salvation Army is a Christian organisation that carries out a wide range of charitable work in Britain and overseas.
All of these charities have been mentioned by Richard Armitage in his Christmas messages to fans.
I'd like to thank my friends at the C19 messageboard who helped me create this site. Elvira provided technical help and prepared the earlier video clips. IslaJane made the banner and has allowed me to use any of her screencaps. And several other people contributed content and encouragement. Thank you!
Thank you also for scans, pictures, recordings and information to the following; Patty, Steph, Winam, Robas, Ania, Glassnokamen, Jo and JJ, Millhand, Andromeda, Adriana, Puff, Trud, Agneta, Scarlett, Pip, Kerryn, Bluecabochon, Kings12, Woohoo, Nora, Judemst, Helenworcs, Lemontart, Sandra, Catherine, Katherine, Medvemacs, Hadje, Frederica, BBC Audiobooks, Afirthionado, Colinfever, Caroline, Intothelight, Vanessa, CherryT, Janeite, CC, Yoko, Emerald, Polly, Tosindmin, Bernie, Deb/Sparrow, Lady Heidi, Petra, Danielle Netherland, Mrs Hayward, Grendel, Leslieg, Hazel, BBC Radio Cumbria, IslaJane, Acemarsupial, Elisavet, Elise, arc, Jenny, PG, Gosia, Mary, Sumigirl, Mary (Toronto), Annmarie, TSV, Marika, Rain, Andye, Judith, Céline, Kathryn, June, Carey, Koolkat, Yellow Rose, Bookgirl, Ali, WG/Sara, Diana, Jen, Hedgeypig, Suz, Martha, Jean, Pio, Anne, Yorkshirewench, jh (judy), Phoebe, Debbie, Doozy, Torunn, StephanieNZ, Maike, Céline, SquidNorth, Jan, Gabbi, sjb, Karoline, Ann, Rosaria, Rossella, Songbird, Kate, Evenstar1955, Diana, Suzanne, Scoop, Jonia, Jane, Debbie Green, Ana, Welshvalley, Shazza, Cassandra, 30rock, Suziewuzie, Redluna, Kate, JuicyFruit, Camila, Nadia, Sara, Rivengal, Juanita, Agenoria, Jane in New Zealand, Traci, Nae, Polly Redfearn, Susanne, Mette, Alexandra, Leigh Raglan and Valerie Cross.
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