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Robert Daws

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Episode 4: Bob's Our Uncle featuring Robert Daws

The Hobcast Book Show

In this episode of The Hobcast, publishers Adrian and Rebecca are joined by the man they call 'Uncle Bob', Robert Daws, Hobeck author and celebrated British actor. They discuss how he signed for Hobeck, what the impact of the lockdown has been on his acting career, and there's even an insight into his latest project working with the Fourth Doctor Who, Tom Baker. The show also covers the changes to the leadership at Amazon, a hike in VAT for UK Facebook advertisers, and we find out which words cause Rebecca to come out in a cold sweat...

1hr 22mins

8 Feb 2021

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Robert Daws on books, acting and what a writer needs from a literary festival


The Royal, Outside Edge, Roger Roger, theatre credits, indie films and a crime writing podcast is a much condensed version of Robert Daws' CV. LIsten to Robert's stories, opinions and anecdotes on what it is to be a hugely experienced actor and what paved the way for his desire to write. And to think his Wife Amy thought I was a rogue builder.


23 Sep 2020

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S2EP4 - Nancy Stevens Arts & Style Show with Robert Daws

The Nancy Stevens Arts & Style Show

Nancy chats to RADA-trained stage, film & TV actor, Robert Daws who has appeared in Poldark, The Royal, Roger Roger & many more. He's a bestselling author & podcaster with Adam Croft, comes from a huge showbiz dynasty & is THE nicest man in showbiz!


20 Jul 2020

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John Hannam Meets Robert Daws

John Hannam Meets...

John talks to top TV and stage actor ROBERT DAWS. His hit series include Outside Edge, The Royal and Roger Roger.


9 Jan 2020

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Episode 4 The Killing Rock - Gibraltar Crime Fiction With Robert Daws

Gibraltar Stories

Actor, play write and novelist Robert Daws has had a 30 year-long association with Gibraltar. His affection for the place led him to set his Sullivan and Broderick crime novels here. His stories, which touch on Gibraltar’s rich history, are based in the present day with a crime solving duo of Royal Gibraltar Police Officers. A regular visitor to the annual Gibraltar Literary Festival, I caught up with him at last year’s event back in November, and found out about his fascination with Gibraltar.http://robertdaws.com/http://partnersincrime.online/http://www.gibraltarliteraryfestival.com/Music on this podcast is by DP Music on www.melodyloops.com mixed with Gibraltar atmospheric soundsGibraltar Stories is produced, edited and presented by Lindsay Weston


1 Feb 2019