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311: Actors Tom Hollander & Leo Woodall talk White Lotus 2, the new Italian season and the sexual politics of the 1 %!

Pop Culture Confidential

The wait is finally over! The second season of The White Lotus, Mike White's Emmy winning,  genius satire about wealth, privilege and class premieres soon. We talk to actor Tom Hollander (Pirates of the Caribbean, In the Loop, Pride & Prejudice) who plays Quentin, an English expat vacationing with his friends, and Leo Woodall (Cherry, One Day) who plays his nephew Jack.The White Lotus on HBO Max Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices


28 Oct 2022

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Harlen Coben, Matthew Horne and Tom Hollander

The Graham Norton Radio Show Podcast with Waitrose

Graham is back and so is a new addition of the Graham Norton Radio Show with Waitrose! Here’s what to come in this week’s podcast. Author Harlan Coben was down the line from New Jersey chatting all about his new novel The Match. Star of the screen Tom Hollander fills us in on the new ITV production of The Ipcress File.  Nation’s favourite Matthew Horne gives us all the news about the new Catherine Tate film Nan: The Movie.Graham and Maria solve a couple of Graham’s Guides! Show Chef Martha has some Mother's Day inspiration!Make sure to subscribe to the podcast to hear all of the highlights each week! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

1hr 13mins

21 Mar 2022

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Tom Hollander Doesn't Shirk From A Less Than Likeable Lead Role


Warning: This episode contains spoilers for Episode Two of Us. Douglas Petersen is prickly. The biochemist and father of one is picky, nervous and reluctant to change his mind. Tom Hollander sees his job as the actor playing a character like Douglas is, in part, to make him relatable — which he does, of course, in spades. Hollander talks Douglas, Us and how to find the humanity and the humor in a difficult role.


28 Jun 2021

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Ep. 20 MongoDB Charts with Matt Fairbrass and Tom Hollander

The MongoDB Podcast

Need to visualize the data you have in MongoDB, but don't want to go through the hassle of developing an application with complex data parsing or frontend logic? Learn about MongoDB Charts from Matt Fairbrass and Tom Hollander on the Charts team at MongoDB and how you can easily visualize your data without the development know-how. To learn more about MongoDB Charts, check out https://www.mongodb.com/products/charts


30 Sep 2020

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Saturday Live

Actor Tom Hollander joins Suzy Klein and Jay Rayner to talk Rev, Dylan Thomas and his attempts at DIY. JP Devlin raises a pint to Dylan Thomas on the centenary of his birth at one of Thomas's old London drinking haunts. Carole Stone has been described as Britain's most connected woman. She reveals her networking secrets and tells us why she doesn't make her connections through social media. He may have had to look up who 'Brad Pitt' was, but that didn't stop D-Day veteran Peter 'Cosy' Comfort from accepting an invite to join him on the red carpet to celebrate the premier of Brad's latest film 'Fury'. Fred and Mary Collingwood are one of Britain's oldest newlywed couples. Their whirlwind romance lasted 4 months before they tied the knot last week at 89. We also meet Henry Patterson, the 10 year old entrepreneur with his own sweetshop. And the Inheritance Tracks of children's author and Purple Ronnie creator Giles Andreae.Giles chooses 'Camelot' from the musical of the same name and 'Anthem' by Leonard Cohen. His latest book is Sir Scallywag and the Deadly Dragon Poo, illustrated by the legendary Korky Paul is out now.'A Poet in New York' starring Tom Hollander is repeated on BBC 2 at 9.45pm on Saturday 25 October 2014.Producer: Alex LewisEditor: Karen Dalziel.

1hr 24mins

25 Oct 2014

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Tom Hollander, Emma Donoghue, Captain America: The Winter Soldier

Front Row: Archive 2014

With John WilsonTom Hollander on playing The Reverend Adam Smallbone as television sitcom Rev returns to our screens for a third series.Emma Donoghue talks about 'Frog Music', her first novel since 'Room', and in a stark departure, her new book is set in 1876 in San Francisco, in the middle of a stifling heat wave and smallpox epidemic. Based on real events, the story opens with the murder of the eccentric Jenny Bonet, frog catcher and wearer of "mens' clothes" at a time when such a thing was illegal. Emma Donoghue tells John Wilson how the idea she first had 15 years ago, has finally come to fruition, and how she came to draw the conclusion that detectives at the time didn't.The latest addition to the Marvel Comics film franchise is Captain America: The Winter Soldier, which sees Scarlett Johansson and Robert Redford take their part in the superhero battle between good and evil. Novelist Naomi Alderman reviews.To mark Radio 4's forthcoming Character Invasion - when fictional characters will be taking over the network - Front Row asked five of Britain's leading actors to talk about their experience of playing an iconic character. To start us off, Dame Harriet Walter describes her experience of playing Lady Macbeth in a celebrated production of the play by the Royal Shakespeare Company in 1999.Produced by Ella-mai Robey.


24 Mar 2014

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Tom Hollander “IN CONVERSATION” with Kirsty Lang. Part of the Names Not Numbers 2013 symposium www.namesnotnumbers.com.


24 Mar 2013