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Who Am I This Time? with David Morrissey

A weekly Arts, Performing Arts and TV podcast
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Actor David Warner has been widely regarded on stage (for the RSC) as the Hamlet of his generation. His wide ranging film career has seen him work with Sidney Lumet, Sam Peckinpah, Gregory Peck, George C. Scott and Jason Robards in projects as
David talks to Adrian Lester (Hamlet, Othello, Henry V, Company and Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, and BBC's Hustle) about his critically acclaimed portrayal of Rosalind in Cheek by Jowl's all-male 1991 production of As You Like It. See acast.com/priva
In this episode David talks to his friend Sue Johnston about her groundbreaking portrayal of Sheila Grant in C4’s first and still most loved soap opera Brookside, establishing her as an actress of devastating strength and sensitivity. The show
On this episode David talks to Jason Watkins who will be familiar to listeners from screen projects as diverse as The Crown where he played the Prime Minister Harold Wilson, Des, W1A, Trollied, The White Queen and A Very Peculiar Scandal. In 20
This week David talks to Jason Isaacs (The Harry Potter Films, The West Wing, Black Hawk Down, The OA, Brotherhood) about the first time he was asked to play the part of a soldier in Lynda La Plante’s Civvies in 1992 and why he thinks he's been
David talks to Anne Reid during lockdown to talk about playing Celia in Last Tango in Halifax. TV viewers will also be familiar with Anne’s large body of work with Victoria Wood - perhaps most famously playing Jean in dinnerladies. She was BAFT
In 2013 actor, presenter and campaigner Adam Pearson appeared in the critically acclaimed Jonathan Glazer film Under the Skin with Scarlett Johannsen. David was fortunate to catch up with him to talk about that amazing experience earlier this y
Since 2016, Anna Friel has played the title role in the British "Nordic" noir detective series Marcella. In 2017 she won the International Emmy Award for Best Actress for her performance. David caught up with her earlier this year, ahead of the
David talks to actor, screenwriter and director, Charles Dance (Game of Thrones, The Crown and Mank) about the role that proved to be the catalyst for his fantastic career - playing Guy Perron in The Jewel in the Crown in 1984. See acast.com/pr
David catches up with the fantastic Film, TV and Theatre actress Adjoa Andoh, (Doctor Who, Casualty, Eastenders) star of the Netflix smash hit Regency drama Bridgerton in which she played the magnificently acerbic Lady Danbury. See acast.com/pr
To start Season 2 David talks to James Nesbitt (Murphy's Law, Jekyll, Bloodlands) about his critically acclaimed portrayal of Ivan Cooper in the award winning Paul Greengrass film Bloody Sunday (2002) about the 1972 shootings in Derry, Northern
David is joined by British theatrical royalty in the form of Sir Derek Jacobi to talk about his ground-breaking, award winning performance as the twitching stammering Emperor in the 1976 BBC TV drama I Claudius. See acast.com/privacy for privac
David’s guest this week is Eleanor Tomlinson (The Nevers, The War of the Worlds, Colette) who talks about her experiences playing Demelza in the BBC’s highly acclaimed 2015 adaptation of Winston Graham’s Poldark novels. See acast.com/privacy fo
David talks to old friend and colleague John Simm (Life on Mars, Doctor Who, Grace) about the 2002 Paul Abbot project State of Play directed by regular Harry Potter Director David Yates. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information
David talks to the award winning actor Rob Mallard about the unique set of experiences he’s had playing the character of Daniel Osbourne in one of the nation’s favourite soap operas - Coronation Street. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt
David talks to Lawrence Gilliard Jr (The Walking Dead, The Good Wife, The Deuce) about playing D’Angelo Barksdale in the groundbreaking HBO series The Wire. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Anne Marie Duff (Shameless, The Virgin Queen, Sex Education) joins David to talk about her role as Margaret Maguire in Peter Mullan’s 2002 film The Magdalene Sisters about three teenage girls, shunned by their shamed families and sent to Magdal
David talks to London born actor Eddie Marsan (Gangs of New York, Happy Go Lucky, Vice, Ray Donovan) about his performance as Reg in the first of his collaborations with Mike Leigh on the 2004 film Vera Drake. See acast.com/privacy for privacy
David talks to UK actor and mental health ambassador David Harewood MBE (Babyfather, The Night Manager, Supergirl) about his role as David Estes in Homeland. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
David catches up with British actress, comedian, broadcaster and international disability rights activist Liz Carr who is best known for her portrayal of Clarissa Mullery in BBC TV’s Silent Witness. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out
Actor, singer, filmmaker and activist Alan Cumming (The Good Wife, Instinct) joins Dave to talk about his long standing relationship with the Kander & Ebb musical Cabaret in which he played the role of the Master of Ceremonies 3 times in London
Some highlights of forthcoming interviews with Alan Cumming, Anne Marie Duff, Sir Derek Jacobi and many more... See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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