ASIDELINES: Actor Dean takes on a judging role

Actor Dean Andrews. Picture: Marie Caley
Actor Dean Andrews. Picture: Marie Caley
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HE played the sexist ’70s cop DC Ray Carling in police time-travelling drama Life On Mars.

But Rotherham actor Dean Andrews, pictured, will prove he has nothing but respect for the opposite sex - especially if they‘re young, hot and in favour of world peace - when he judges the 2011 Miss South Yorkshire contest in April.

The 47-year-old has been named on the panel alongside DJ Simon Hirst and Hilary Masserrella MBE, founder of the Safe At Last charity for runaways.

The deadline for girls to enter is Sunday so if you want to impress Dean - while having the chance to win a sash, a tiara and a cash prize - get your skates on.

Small print at www.misssouthyorkshire.co.uk

Even more fees...

YOU might think what with being part of a government which is introducing £9,000 a year university fees, the Lib Dems had already screwed enough cash out of students.

It seems not.

Photography pupils from Norton College wanting to snap the party’s annual conference at the City Hall next month were told they’d have to cough up £78 each for the experience.

Apparently, they’d missed an application deadline and so the surcharge was introduced.

“I’d rather set fire to my own money than give it to those penny-grasping monkeys,” said one.

Quite.