Daniel Radcliffe shared which eight songs he would keep if he were ever stranded on a desert island. We revisited his list and picked eight fitting soundbites from his radio interview to match the songs.
Tagged: BBC Radio 4
Following a Twitter conversation on the subject, Chris Rankin (Percy Weasley) spoke with BBC Radio 4’s Samira Ahmed about job shaming in the entertainment industry.
Actor John Cleese (Nearly Headless Nick) will be sharing parts of his 2014 memoir on a new program on BBC Radio 4 next month! Find out more about it here!
John Hurt (Garrick Ollivander) and Helen McCrory (Narcissa Malfoy) have both picked up nominations for the 2016 BBC Audio Drama Awards. McCrory is nominated for her performance in BBC Radio 4’s “The Pumpkin Eater”, while Hurt has received a nomination for his role as Jeffrey Bernard in Radio 4’s adaptation of Keith Waterhouse’s play, “Jeffrey Bernard Is Unwell”.
Listen to the rebroadcasted interview with J.K. Rowling and BBC 4 Radio that aired 15 years ago during the midst of her “Harry Potter” fame.
It’s that wondrous time of year when we look forward to the holidays, feasts, and presents. In addition to the presents you can win during our annual (and awesome!) Advent Calendar Giveaway this year, we’d like to think that bringing you all the Role Call news every week is a gift, as well. This week, we bring you movies on Blu-ray, red carpet interviews (with animal guests, too!), George Clooney at Downton, a US series featuring a Slytherin baddie that has been added to a UK fall lineup, a “Harry Potter” ginger gracing the cover of a major film magazine, and a poster of a certain blonde Fairy Godmother. If we could wrap it up in a bow and hand it to you, we would! Take a look at this week’s Casting News!
J.K. Rowling’s role as Guest Editor and appearance on the hour long show, “Woman’s Hour”, aired today on BBC Radio 4. In the lead up to the program, a series of news articles have revealed more about Jo’s fondness for rugby and her concern about her appearance following media comments. Jo was the first of these special editors, and the show features four topics close to her heart.
J.K. Rowling is to take over and curate “Woman’s Hour” on BBC Radio 4 for one day, according to the Radio 4 website. The site states that “five remarkable women” will take over “Woman’s Hour” for one week. “Woman’s Hour” is a daily Radio 4 program, which “offers a female perspective on the world.”
In an interview with The Scotsman, J.K. Rowling shares about her struggles living in poverty in Edinburgh.