Interviews

Interview: James Acaster & Josh Widdicombe On The New Series Of Hypothetical
Hypothetically speaking, is the fourth series of a show always the best series?Josh Widdicombe [JW] I think so - the best series of The Simpsons was the fourth series. Very few comedy entertainment... more
Following a successful pilot a full series of sideways family sitcom Here We Go launches on BBC One at 8.30pm on Friday 29th April and will also be available as a box set on BBC iPlayer. It... more
Interview With Steve Coogan Ahead Of The Alan Partridge Live Tour
After 13 long years, the one and the only Alan Partridge is back on our live stages. Not that Norfolk’s beloved son has been idle in the interviewing years. Far from it. There have been published... more
Tour For Political Comic Matt Chorley
Matt Chorley was on his way to the first gig of his new comedy tour when he had a sudden crisis of confidence. What if nobody enjoyed his show? "I was on the train going to Epsom and I thought 'why... more
Interview: Daisy May Cooper On New BBC Comedy The Witchfinder
Q. Please say your name and who you play in The Witchfinder My name is Daisy May Cooper and I play Thomasine in The Witchfinder. Q. What is Thomasine’s story through The Witchfinder? ... more
TV: The Witchfinder, BBC Two
Q. Name and who you play in The Witchfinder My name is Tim Key and I play Gideon Bannister in The Witchfinder, and he is the witchfinder, he’s a witchfinder, he’s not a great witchfinder. Q... more
Interview: Jon Richardson And Lucy Beaumont On The New Series Of Meet The Richardson
How chuffed were you to get a third series? Jon: We still can't believe we got away with the second series. We filmed it through lockdown but it looked just like a normal series, even though we took... more
Interview with Sandi Toksvig, The Host Of Extraordinary Escapes
Extraordinary Escapes is back on our screen and this time we have six episodes to devour. What can viewers expect?The main thing for me, apart from the glorious landscapes and the astonishing... more
Interview: Ben Whishaw On Starring In The TV Version Of This Is Going To Hurt
This Is Going To Hurt is based on Adam Kay’s award-winning international multi-million selling memoir of the same name, which has sold over 2.5 million copies to date and has been translated into 37... more
Interview: Tom Davis - Co-writer of The Curse Who Plays Big Mick Neville
The Curse is a comedy caper set in London in the early 1980s, following a gang of hopeless small time crooks who through their own stupidity and poor judgement find themselves embroiled in one of the... more
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