In this episode of Back Row and Chill Stay Home Special, Noel and Jahannah spoke to Doc Brown, Adura Onashile, Max Casella, Matthew and Jeffrey Postlewaite, Percelle Ascott, Leanne Elms, Joe Morton and Alexander Bodin Sapphir.
In this episode of Back Row and Chill Stay Home Special, Noel and Jahannah spoke to Big Show, Viola Davis, Joe Bannister Kristen Hanby, Kevin Macdonald, Clifford Samuel, Oliver Assayas, Alex Hobern, Leo Suter and Jordan Waller.
In this episode of Back Row and Chill Stay Home Special, Noel and Jahannah spoke to Bryan Tyree Henry, Michael Landes, Pussy Riot, Jason Maza, Maude Hirst, Nick Nevern, David Ajao, Tom Meeten, Wall of Comedy and Arnold Oceng.
Jahanna and guest presenter Carla Harrison Hodge get to chat to Richard Sparks, the man who kick started Rowan Atkinson’s early career! Jahanna also caught up with Zoe Kazan about her brand new film, The Big Sick.
This week Goub made his return – but as Jahannah’s cohost! Him and J spoke to two amazing guests who are taking Soho Theatre by storm with their amazing shows; Lady Rizo and Amy Morgan. Also in the studio, Francesco De Carlo popped by to chat
This week Jahannah had the help of Chris Keegan. They spoke to Rose Robinson and Joseph Hancock of Great British Mysteries and Yianni Agisilaou about their amazing stage shows! Also on the show, Goubtube passed through to give us some life le
Sophie Craig joined Jahannah as a special co-host. Maddy Anholt chatted about her Edinburgh Fringe ‘Herselves’. David Bryan also stopped by to talk about his show ‘Trashed’. Gabriel Gonzalez chatted about his new web series All of Them. Lucy P
First up we had Elf Lyons in the studio to talk about her new show PELICAN at Soho Theatre. Up next was the lovely producer Hannah Elsy and cast member Luke Lane of The Quentin Dentin Show. Also in the studio we had BAFTA nominated Elhum Shak
This week Katie Beard joined Jahannah as her cohost! Ursula Martinez passed through to talk about her show at Soho Theatre Free Admission. Also in the studio we had director of film Access All Areas; Bryn Higgins. Last but not least we had the
Huw Samuel stepped in this week to help out Jahannah! On this show Teej caught up with Josh Helman of My Name is Lenny and Jahannah spoke to Nick Broomfield about ‘Whitney: Can I Be Me’. In the studio we had Kevin MacDonald to talk about Touch
Noel was flying solo this week – almost! Noel’s on-screen wife Shanika Warren joined him as his guest co-host. Also on the show Jed Shepard to talk about Dawn of The Deaf at this years London Sundance Festival and Duane Henry popped by for a w
On this episode of Back Row and Chill, Jahannah was joined by Kevin Freshwater! They brought you up to date with this week’s entertainment news, talked Netflix originals and the newest film releases. Hannah Pool from Southbank’s African Utopia
This week Noel was back! Ron Scapello popped by to talk about his new film My Name Is Lenny. Star and Director of nude play (yes you heard us!) Adam Scott-Rowley dropped in to talk This Is Not Culturally Significant. Also in the studio we had
This week Alex Hobern was back! He cohosted another fab show with Jahannah whilst Noel was away. First up, Edward Bluemel was on the phone to natter about Love in Idleness at the Apollo Theatre. In the studio we had Annemiek Van Elst and Claud
This week Teej was back to cohost with Jahannah! Up first we funny man Tom Stade. Followed by Phina Oruche to talk about her new play at the Oval House – Identity Crisis. We also played out Jahannah’s interview from earlier in the week with di
Jahannah was joined by a special co-host Alexa Wall. Michael Yale and David Leopold chatted about their show Late Company. Jonathan Wakeman and Brakes’ director Mercedes Grower chatted about the LOCO Festival. Shola Amoo and Tanya Fear from th
This week Osy was Jahannah’s co-host! Sabine Krayenbühl and Zeva Oelbaum joined them to talk about their new film Letters From Baghdad, of which they are directing. George Evans, co-director of the marvelously scary play The Gap In The Light.
Noel was back this week for an EPIC episode. We had two amazing guests from Soho Theatre pop by to talk about their projects; Katie Bonna and Kiza Dean. Also in the studio, we had stars of The Life Musical T’Shan Williams and David Albury. Sta
What a great episode! First up we had Urbain Wolf in the studio to talk his amazing play Custody. Also in the studio, we had Jay Taylor and Oliver Coopersmith to talk about their new, two-man play 46 Beacon. On the phone, we had Max Casella wh
On the week when Noel and Jahannah hosted another great competition; we had Josh, Chloe and Ben from the musical The Girls and movie music composer Ralegh Long popped by to chat soundtracks. Head to FUBAR Radio’s twitter to win a signed BrOTHE
This week Noel was away but Jahannah took the show solo – and she rocked it! First up, Waj Ali popped by to talk BBC Two’s The Attack. Also in the studio was comedy sketch wizard Brookelyn. On the phone, we had Mido Hamada from NBC’s Emerald C
Noel was back this week! He and Jahannah talked Samuel Jackson criticising British leads, Ed Sheeran producing a musical and much more. In the studio, we had Different for Girls Director Campbell X and BFI Deputy Festivals Director Tricia Tutt
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