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David Morrissey - star of The Walking Dead, Britannia and The Singapore Grip talks to performers from Film, Theatre and TV about what happened before, during and after one significant role in their career.
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Who Am I This Time? with David Morrissey A Doolally Pictures & Just Voices Production

    • Arts
    • 4.9 • 18 Ratings

David Morrissey - star of The Walking Dead, Britannia and The Singapore Grip talks to performers from Film, Theatre and TV about what happened before, during and after one significant role in their career.
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    David Warner

    David Warner

    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 diverse as Tom Jones, Straw Dogs and the Star Trek films. David caught up with him during lockdown to talk about playing Keith Jennings in the 1976 horror film The Omen.


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    • 58 min
    Adrian Lester

    Adrian Lester

    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.


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    • 1 hr 10 min
    Sue Johnston

    Sue Johnston

    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 would regularly attract more than 9 million viewers and was never afraid to tackle the socially challenging issues of the day.


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    • 58 min
    Jason Watkins

    Jason Watkins

    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 2015 Jason won a BAFTA for playing the title role in The Lost Honour of Christopher Jefferies and David was delighted to be able to talk to him about that during lockdown earlier this year.
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    • 1 hr 11 min
    Jason Isaacs

    Jason Isaacs

    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 asked to play so many. David caught up with him at home during the last lockdown to talk about it.


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    • 1 hr 11 min
    Anne Reid

    Anne Reid

    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 BAFTA nominated for her role in the 2003 film The Mother with Daniel Craig and has appeared on stage at the NT and in the West End in The York Realist, Hedda Gabler, Happy Now and Into the Woods.
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Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
18 Ratings

18 Ratings

Girlonthem00n ,

Lots of fun

It’s really amazing to hear the guests be allowed to express their thoughts and tell their stories without being constantly pressured to be funny or fast paced. David Morrissey has such a nice way about asking questions, and his timing for moving the conversations along is really lovely.
I’ve been enjoying these podcasts very much, thank you to all involved in making them!

Starwriterlv ,

New & Fresh

Want to her intelligent discussions about creativity? Then this is the podcast to follow and enjoy!

Alan Cumming was Mr. Morrissey’s first guest, this was so enjoyable! What a way tk kick off a podcast!

This was like a ray of sunlight in a world of gray clouds threatening to downpour on our heads at any moment! Listen to it and feel upbeat afterwards!

MorrisseyLover ,

whoamithistime

Amazing interview that David did with Alan!! I have a whole new respect for Alan Cummings. Just a fantastic person. Loved it! Can’t wait until the next interview ♥️♥️♥️

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