Scarlett Johansson's Anywhere I Lay My Head w/ Miranda Tapsell
Miranda Tapsell (Top End Wedding, Married to One Of The Hosts And We'll Never Say Which One) joins us to talk about the chameleon herself Scarlett Johansson in her boldest role yet, playing Tom Waits. If you enjoy this episode remember to rate and review the show online because that helps other people find the show and also rate and review it online.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
May 31 2021: Miranda Tapsell announces pregnancy and the winner of Celebrity Apprentice has been leaked!
Today is May 31 2021 and this is Celebrity Scoop, your daily briefing on everything your favourite celebs are up to – and what they’re not up to. In today’s update, renowned Australian actress Miranda Tapsell has revealed some VERY exciting news, and we're still in the early stages of Celebrity Apprentice Australia 2021, but Shaynna Blaze is already a clear favourite to win the show.
Australia's Biggest Singalong avec Julia Zemiro et Miranda Tapsell - Samedi 5 juin 20h30
SBS French - SBS en français
Julia Zemiro nous parle de Singalong, un projet musical de SBS en compagnie de Julia Zemiro, elle même et de Miranda Tapsell. Le spectacle sera diffusé live sur SBS, NITV et SBS on Demand le samedi 5 juin à 20h30. www.sbs.com.au/singalong
Disappointing family members, with Miranda Tapsell and James Colley
The Saturday Quiz
Actor Miranda Tapsell describes her partner, James Colley, as a little nerd. His performance on the quiz doesn’t do anything to dispel that. If you don’t need any hints to answer “What technology is used to make telephone calls over the internet?” then a little nerd is exactly what you are.Guests: Miranda Tapsell and James ColleyIn the paper: Top End Wedding actress Miranda Tapsell Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/the-saturday-quiz. Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/the-saturday-quiz. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
EP3: 'The surprising history of Aboriginal people and the Debutante Ball', Nakkiah Lui & Miranda Tapsell
Always was, always will be our stories
When I say ‘debutante ball’ what comes to mind for you? A bunch of teenage girls, giggling, buzzing with nerves and excitement, dressed in flowing gowns, off to a flash venue, for the night of their lives, ready to debut into society - whatever that means. When you picture those girls and that event, do you picture them as being Aboriginal? And, if I told you that Aboriginal people have a history with the debutante ball that reaches back to the 1967 referendum, would you be surprised? Debutante: Race, Resistance and Girl Power is the brand new podcast from none other than the dynamic duo that is Nakkiah Lui and Miranda Tapsell. From the 16th of June, through this audible original podcast, you’ll be able to follow their journey from a teatime etiquette lesson in London, where the concept for the debutante ball began, along a trail to discover how First Nations women across the globe have made this tradition their own. Nakkiah and Miranda ask: can beauty, poise and politeness actually empower them? Or is it better to get angry and start shouting? I am absolutely thrilled to say, Nakkiah and Miranda are my guests on todays podcast. As huge admirer of both of their works, to say it was hard not to fangirl on this zoom call I had with them, is an understatement. In this chat, we talk about the new podcast, feminism, sisterhood, beauty in a black body and why they love working together. . . . If you're enjoying the show, please subscribe and share with your friends and family! Read more about the show and find out who next week's episode will feature by visiting our Instagram: @alwaysourstories . . . Always Was, Always Will Be Our Stories is Written, Hosted, Produced and Edited by Marlee Silva, on the unceded lands of the Dharrawal people. We pay our deepest respects to those people and their Elders past and present, whose connection to this place has remained unbroken for over 60 thousand years. . . . Theme Music: 'Run' by Tristan Barton Podcast Artwork: @wuruhi.auaha . . .
Miranda Tapsell: life, performance and being a Top End Girl
Stories Behind the Story with Better Reading
Actress, producer and writer, Miranda Tapsell talks to Cheryl Akle about life, loneliness, growing up in Kakadu National Park, and taking the people you care about on the ride to the top. A great conversation with one of Australia’s most interesting creative powerhouses. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Miranda Tapsell — Kakadu, Cannes and love stories that matter
Miranda's story from growing up in Kakadu National Park as a Larrakia Tiwi girl, to finding fame in The Sapphires, and co-creating Top End Wedding, the first romantic comedy set in the Northern Territory
I’ve been chasing Miranda Tapsell to Take 5 for years. The proud Larrakia Tiwi woman has proven hard to pin down because she’s been so busy making movies, starring in TV shows, and writing.Many of us first saw Taps in 2012, in her breakthrough role as Cynthia in The Sapphires. But she’s also been a star of stage and small screen, performing in plays, on telly as Martha in Love Child, and a regular guest on Get Krackin’, and most recently as the lead star and co-writer of Top End Wedding. In amongst it all, Miranda Tapsell penned her memoir Top End Girl capturing a particularly hectic time where she not only wrote a film about getting married, but got hitched herself.Across five tunes, Miranda takes you from her childhood in Darwin and Jabiru, to what called her to acting, and the power of seeing yourself and people like you, on screen.Roxette – 'It Must Have Been Love'Spice Girls – 'Wannabe'Christine Anu – 'Island Home'TLC – 'Unpretty'Bruno Mars – 'Marry You'
Top End Girl is the rollicking and thought-provoking memoir from actor, activist and writer Miranda Tapsell, spanning the world from Kakadu to Cannes. It captures her love of Darwin and the Tiwi Islands, and a childhood of barely seeing herself represented on screen. Miranda talks about how she built a stellar career, shooting to fame in The Sapphires and then, as an award-winning actor, decided to change what she saw on screen herself. ABC Radio National’s Daniel Browning joins the writer and star of Top End Wedding to discuss a ripping yarn that holds up a mirror to Australian society and its prejudices.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Actor, activist and now author Miranda Tapsell chats with Readings bookseller Marie Matteson about her deadly new memoir, Top End Girl. This conversation was recorded online over Skype during the Covid-19 crisis.