Morgana Robinson

Review: Sky Summer Shorts – Morgana Robinson's Summer, Sky Arts

Sky has attracted some big talent for its latest series of shorts and none bigger than serial genius Sharon Horgan, who sadly doesn't appear in Morgana Robinson's Summer but has written this pocket-sized seaside comedy drama. Imagine Benidorm set in Thanet with a Mike Leigh sub-plot.

Interview: Morgana Robinson, The Windsors, C4

Morgana Robinson plays Pippa Middleton in The Windsors, returning to C4 on Wednesdays at 10pm from July 5.


What can you tell us about the new series of The Windsors?

Auntie Anne has another bee in her bonnet, Harry gets a taste for women's clothes and Pippa wears a lot of Lycra.

What can we expect from Pippa in series two? Is she still as feisty in this series?

Hell yeah. She puts a gypsy curse on Kate and is still lamping peeps in the face.

Interview: Kathryn Drysdale, The Windsors, C4

You play Meghan Markle in the new series of The Windsors. What’s her character like in the show?
The Windsors’ Meghan Markle is a bit more L.A. than the real life Meghan Markle, I suppose. She’s not quite into the whole dressing like she’s a royal quite yet, which is fun to play. There’s a lot of fun to be had with that. She still sees herself very much as a humanitarian, as she’s very much in her own world, and she’s sweet – there’s a sweetness to her which is nice to play with.

TV Review: Morgana Robinson's The Agency, BBC2

Morgana Robinson definitely has something. She was brilliant in House of Fools when she asked Vic Reeves to buff her Barnaby Rudge and now she has her own vehicle.

It’s not her first big break of course. She starred in The Morgana Show on C4 back in 2010. And like that show she plays lots of characters here too. Except that this time they exclusively come from the world of showbiz, a bit like C4’s Star Stories a decade ago or a less grotesque version of Bo Selecta. Or Stella Street if you can remember back that far.

TV Preview: The Mimic, C4

I’m not sure if it is possible to have a slow burn, under-the-radar sitcom these days. Everything comes with so much hype and baggage it either sinks or swims quickly in the glare of publicity and wildly hysterical Twitter responses.

Except for The Mimic. The first series went out on Channel 4 last year and had some positive reviews, but not so many that it was heavily scrutinised. But it did do well enough to get re-commissioned and it returns this week. I seriously urge you to watch it.

Zircon - This is a contributing Drupal Theme
Design by WeebPal.