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Join Welsh rugby legend Shane Williams, Rugby Favourite Sean Holley & Actor Kyle Rees, as they chat about the latest talking points in the Rugby & Showbiz worlds. With special features & guests. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Author Irvine Welsh (Trainspotting), director Rob Heydon and actor Adam Sinclair discuss their new film at the Apple Store Buchanan Street in Glasgow. Irvine Welsh's Ecstasy is a twisted tale of a chemical romance, based on the controversial book by Irvine Welsh which was a number one bestseller in over 20 countries. Moderated by Eddie Harrison.
 
Life Matters is a ground-breaking new podcast where people with real experiences talk candidly about how suicide has affected them, where we get the very latest on innovative suicide prevention initiatives being developed around the world, investigate special projects - and hear from people who are creating some fun ways to help people to open up. Life Matters is brought to you by the Zero Suicide Alliance - www.zerosuicidealliance.com. The show is devised and produced by MIM Productions - w ...
 
Bestselling author Ken Follett discusses Edge of Eternity, the thrilling conclusion to his Century Trilogy, a saga of five intertwined families — American, German, Russian, English and Welsh — who loved, hated, fought and lived large through the 20th century and its social, political and economic turmoil. Ken Follett talks about the Trilogy and the dramatic events that bring it to a close, including the fall of the Berlin Wall, the tension of the Cold War and the struggle for civil rights in ...
 
Actor James McAvoy and director Jon S Baird talk about their film Filth, based on the novel by Irvine Welsh (Trainspotting). The outrageous comedy follows scheming and corrupt detective sergeant Bruce Robertson (McAvoy) as he tries to solve a murder, get promoted, and get his wife back—all while weaving a web of lies even he can’t untangle.
 
Long-time broadcaster, sometime writer, wannabe director, occasional actor, more-than-occasional voice actor, part-time banjo tuner and former tuna canner Larry Morgan has managed to spend his entire career in radio and other media somehow not pissing people off. So after years of being told to "not talk so much" and "keep it short" he decide to Talk More and Go Longer with some of those people. Having a natural curiosity for others who are creative and how they got to where they are (obviou ...
 
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Life Matters is a ground-breaking new podcast where people with real experiences talk candidly about how suicide has affected them, where we get the very latest on innovative suicide prevention initiatives being developed around the world, investigate special projects - and hear from people who are creating some fun ways to help people to open up. …
 
Adam Robert Lewis sits down, virtually, with director Sara Sugarman. Sara, born in Rhyl, began her career as an actress making her television debut aged just 14 as ’Jessica Samuels’ in the BBC teen-drama ‘Grange Hill’. Sara moved away from her acting career in the 1990s and decided to further a career behind the scenes, directing. Sara gained prais…
 
My guest today is Actor and Singer Rodney Vubya! Originally from Uganda, Rodney’s path to the stage is one I can relate to. Rodney initially started a degree in Classics at Leeds University. While studying, he immersed himself in the Stage and Musical Society in his second semester and from there he caught the bug! Rodney took a huge gamble and dec…
 
Life Matters is a ground-breaking new podcast where people with real experiences talk candidly about how suicide has affected them, where we get the very latest on innovative suicide prevention initiatives being developed around the world, investigate special projects - and hear from people who are creating some fun ways to help people to open up. …
 
Adam Robert Lewis sits down (virtually) with Sir Simon Russell Beale. Simon has been hailed "the greatest stage actor of his generation” and one of Britain's leading Shakespearen actors. Simon began his career at the Royal Shakespeare Company (RSC). He's worked his way through many of the major roles in Shakespeare’s canon and can adapt effortlessl…
 
At long last we get the Snarkers back together from their respective Monkey Cages to chime in on some of the bingeing they've been doing, including some new release movies that have been made available for streaming while also "in theaters" (whatever THAT means.) We talk "The Witches", "Tenet", "Borat Subsequent Movie Film", "Bill & Ted Face The Mu…
 
Adam Robert Lewis sits down (virtually) with Scottish actor and singer, Scott Davies. Born in Glasgow, Scott trained in Opera at the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama. Scott has worked in both Opera and Musical Theatre, performing in Carmen, Rigoletto, Tosca, Cats, Carousel, Brigadoon and Phantom of the Opera. Scott Davies has been playing …
 
Brewing Actors Podcast returns with Series 2! In Episode 1, Adam Robert Lewis sits with Brian Cox; Olivier, Emmy, and Golden Globe winner! Brian has gained huge success on both sides of the Atlantic. One of Britain’s most admired actors working in film, television and stage today! Originally from Dundee, Scotland, Brian’s acting career began at the…
 
Life Matters is a ground-breaking new podcast where people with real experiences talk candidly about how suicide has affected them, where we get the very latest on innovative suicide prevention initiatives being developed around the world, investigate special projects - and hear from people who are creating some fun ways to help people to open up. …
 
Adam Robert Lewis sits down (virtually) with Olivier Award-Winning actress, Jenna Russell. Jenna Russell has built an impressive career carving a diverse list of productions to her name. Jenna discovered her love of Sondheim while studying at Syliva Young's Theatre School, it would be Sondhiem's score that projected Russell's career to new heights …
 
Adam Robert Lewis sits down (virtually) with director, Michael Strassen. In this episode, Michael discusses his early career as an actor and the path which led him to directing as well as the many challenges facing our industry. Michael is one of the most innovative directors working in London today and has directed many productions across the UK. …
 
Adam Robert Lewis sits down (virtually) with Welsh actress and national treasure, Di Botcher. In this episode, Di talks frankly about her incredible career and life on and off screen. From Port Talbot, Di was a member of West Glamorgan Youth Theatre. After drama school Di gained her Equity card in the 1980s and has worked as an actress ever since, …
 
This special episode sees local boys done good, John "Dinny" O Callaghan & Simon Pridham, drop in and talk about the resurrection of the Aberavon Fighting Irish Rugby League team, and their hopes to build a new, diverse sport hub in the heart of the Port Talbot community, to create opportunities for everyone and bring the people of the town togethe…
 
Adam Robert Lewis sits down (virtually) with Welsh actress and singer Sophie Evans. Sophie was born in the Rhondda Valleys. From a young age and into her teens, Sophie was a member of the Mid-Rhondda Operatic Society. In her late teens Sophie auditioned for 'Over the Rainbow', a BBC talent show in search for a Dorothy for the London revival of ‘The…
 
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