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5 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Kirsty Oswald. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Kirsty Oswald, often where they are interviewed.

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5 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Kirsty Oswald. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Kirsty Oswald, often where they are interviewed.

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Episode Two - Kirsty Oswald

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Natalie and Ali ad lib with Kirsty Oswald about her career highs and lows and how important it is to fail spectacularly. You know that dream when you realise you're naked? Well, yeah, not only that, but it's also press night and you fall over onstage! This is a very uplifting chat and Kirsty will most certainly leave you feeling inspired.

Kirsty was an original cast member of Frantic Assembly's production of 'Things I Know To Be True' which is now on the GCSE syllabus. Teachers, feel free to use this podcast as a teaching resource!

We have not been able to find the youth theatre that Kirsty attended, however a quick Google search has highlighted several youth theatre establishments in Bexley and the surrounding areas. Let's keep supporting these institutions during these challenging times so that they can all thrive again when they are able to reopen!

Pauline Quirke Academy - https://www.pqacademy.com/

Rose Bruford College - https://www.bruford.ac.uk/

Original theme music written and recorded by Olivia Bromley and Oz Wills.

Jun 08 2020 · 43mins
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Kirsty Oswald's Tweet of the Week, Pt 2

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Actress Kirsty Oswald shares stories and episodes from the Tweet archive, including her personal connection to the Antarctic.

This omnibus edition contains the following repeated episodes;

Tree Sparrow - presented by Martin Hughes-Games
Barn Owl - presented by Miranda Krestovnikoff
Robin - presented by Brett Westwood
Grey Heron - presented by Fyfe Dangerfield
Snow Petrel - presented by Liz Bonnin
Jan 27 2019 · 13mins

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Kirsty Oswald's Robin

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For actress Kirsty Oswald, an appreciation of nature has always been a family affair. In this episode of Tweet, she explains how it was her Uncle who sparked her fascination with the natural world, and what the significance of the robin's place in Irish folklore means to her.

Producer Elliott Prince
Jan 20 2019 · 1min
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Kirsty Oswald's Tweet of the Week, Pt 1

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Actress Kirsty Oswald presents this omnibus edition of Tweet of the Day, where she comments on how bird watching mirrors an important ingredient of living; "the very nature of looking up invokes curiosity, questioning and wonderment". She also reflects on what she feels is the unjust demonisation of magpies, the development of her own personal language used when self-identifying birds, and how Canada Geese stir up memories of early morning alarm clocks.

This omnibus edition contains the following repeated episodes;

Magpie - presented by Eleanor Matthews
Black Swan - presented by Sir David Attenborough
Kakapo - presented by Michael Palin CBE
Canada Geese - presented by Gregory Overden
Teal - presented by Chris Packham
Long Tailed Tit - presented by Matt Waddington
Jan 20 2019 · 17mins

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Kirsty Oswald's Bird Watching Feat

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Actress Kirsty Oswald has embarked on an ambitious bird-watching feat; over the course of a year, she plans to spot 100 different species of bird in the British Isles. In this episode of Tweet of the Day, she explains how a serendipitous walk led to her undertaking such a task, and how enthusiasm, enjoyment and a love of walking can be more fortuitous than formal ornithological knowledge.

Producer: Elliott Prince
Jan 13 2019 · 1min