Who Am I This Time? with David Morrissey
Season 2, Ep. 1
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 Ireland.
Tuesday, August 9, 2022
Season 3, Ep. 9
Multi award winning actor Jonathan Pryce has been working in Theatre, Film and Television for more than five decades. His work in theatre includes an award-winning Hamlet at the Royal Court in 1980 and as The Engineer in Miss Saigon in London and New York. He’s appeared in films as eclectic as Evita, Tomorrow Never Dies, Glengarry Glen Ross and The Age of Innocence. In 2019, he earned his first Academy Award nomination for his portrayal of Pope Francis in the film The Two Popes. His television work includes Thomas Wolsey in Wolf Hall, the High Sparrow in Game of Thrones and Prince Philip in the final two seasons of The Crown.His breakthrough screen performance was in Terry Gilliam's satirical, dystopian, black comedy Brazil and David was delighted he agreed to talk to him about that experience earlier this year.
Tuesday, August 2, 2022
Season 3, Ep. 8
The theatre director Peter Hall referred to Geraldine James as one of the great English classical actresses. Graduating from the Drama Centre she embarked on a theatre career that would see her nominated for a Tony and winning the Drama Desk Award for her role as Portia in the Broadway revival of The Merchant Of Venice.Her film credits include Gandhi, The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo and 45 Years. Since 2017, she has starred in the Netflix series Anne With An E. Geraldine has been nominated four times for the BAFTA TV Award for Best Actress; for Dummy, Band Of Gold, The Sins and The Jewel In The Crown where she played the character Sarah Layton. David caught up with her to talk about that experience earlier this year.
Tuesday, July 26, 2022
Season 3, Ep. 7
Don Warrington has an extensive list of credits across Film, Television and Theatre including Death in Paradise, Cat’s Eyes, and Kenneth Branagh’s Hamlet as well as starring roles at the National Theatre, the RSC and at Manchester’s Royal Exchange. One of his first roles was playing Philip Smith in the comedy series Rising Damp, alongside Leonard Rossiter, Richard Beckinsale, and Frances de la Tour. David caught up with him earlier this year to talk about that life changing experience.