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31 of The Best Podcast Episodes for James Graham. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about James Graham, often where they are interviewed.

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31 of The Best Podcast Episodes for James Graham. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about James Graham, often where they are interviewed.

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S3E142 - The Jimi Hendrix Experience, Axis: Bold as Love - w/Terry James Graham

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The Jimi Hendrix Experience – Axis: Bold as Love
This week’s guest, drummer, author and clothing designer Terry James Graham (The Gun Club, The Bags, The Cramps) dug deep into his rock-n-roll past to discuss a record that got him blissfully and endlessly high, “Axis: Bold as Love” by The Jimi Hendrix Experience. After the success of his mind-blowing debut, Jimi Hendrix – along with Noel Redding and Mitch Mitchell - returned a mere 7 months later with a more eclectic, sophisticated outing that showcased his growth as a songwriter and musical visionary. It was a great conversation, and the three of us did our utmost best to do this musical work of art justice AND wave our freak flags high!

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Nov 21 2020 · 1hr 27mins
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Episode 106: James Graham

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Our special guest on this episode is rugby league star James Graham. Over 17 years with St Helens, the Bulldogs, St George Illawarra, Great Britain and England, James has been a hit in both Super League and the NRL. One of the best players of his generation, James talkes about his impending retirement, his fabulous career, his future, what rugby league means to me, the Toronto Wolfpack decision and more.
Nov 07 2020 · 37mins

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James Graham on John Maynard Keynes

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James Graham, the award-winning playwright whose work includes the TV dramas "Brexit: The Uncivil War" and "Quiz", tells Matthew Parris why he is inspired by the life and work of John Maynard Keynes. Keynes was not just the revolutionary economist who helped shape the course of post-war history. The programme explores his colourful love life and lifelong passion for the arts. Matthew and James are joined by Linda Yueh, economist and author of "The Great Economists: How Their Ideas Can Help Us Today".
Producer: Chris Ledgard
Sep 22 2020 · 27mins
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335: AllTrails is All Rails with James Graham

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As the leader of the AllTrails Engineering team, James Graham and his team are responsible for expanding AllTrails beyond a functional tool to a fun and personalized, trail discovery experience all supported by highly scalable web services -- including Ruby on Rails.

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Sep 09 2020 · 23mins

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Basketball sensation James Graham talks Oregon offer and dream school

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The Oregon Ducks recently extended a scholarship offer to one of the fastest rising 2021 basketball prospects, small forward James Graham. Graham joined the Autzen Audibles Podcast to discuss his rise up the recruiting boards for multiple Power 5 schools, his offer from Oregon, and why the Ducks are his dream school growing up.

Graham has seen his interest explode with offers from programs like Oregon, Maryland, Michigan State, Auburn, Florida State, Butler, and more than 15 other programs.

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Jun 18 2020 · 22mins
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James Graham: How much do we care about protecting our culture?

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The coronavirus pandemic has dealt a devastating blow to the performing arts. No one knows when audiences will again be able to pack into a theatre to see a show. So what happens to the writers, performers and venues that enrich our lives? HARDtalk’s Stephen Sackur speaks to James Graham, the prolific and hugely successful young British playwright whose work has chronicled our turbulent political times. How much do we care about protecting our culture?
Jun 08 2020 · 23mins
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Interview with James Graham

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Today we are delighted to be joined by playwright James Graham. We interview him on the day that his play This House is due to go online (you can watch it here for free for a week https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6vsSHyjEMrg). 

We talk about his portrayal of both real and fictional political actors from This House through Labour of Love and of course we touch on his portrayal of a certain Dominic Cummings.
May 28 2020 · 37mins
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Show 166 - James Graham

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Our foremost political playwright and screenwriter joins Matt for a brilliant discussion about creating theatre and film out of politics. Do his shows reflect his own politics? Does he try to be balanced? Why, in This House, choose to write a play about a minority government and the challenges it faced? It's also a discussion about the role of James' background on his art and why growing up in a Nottinghamshire coal mining community shaped the things that he values in politics. Oh, and a bit about having Benedict Cumberbatch play Dominic Cummings...

Follow James on Twitter here: @mrJamesGraham

Watch 'This House' for free on the National Theatre's YouTube channel from 7pm on Thursday 28 May: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUDq1XzCY0NIOYVJvEMQjqw

Follow Matt on Twitter: @mattforde

For the latest UK Government advice on coronavirus go to: https://www.gov.uk/coronavirus

IMPORTANT TOUR UPDATE

NEW REARRANGED DATES INCLUDE:

2 October - Corby Cube

4 October - Brighton Komedia

9 October - Chorley Little Theatre

18 October - Leeds Hyde Park Book Club

25 October - Newcastle Stand

3 November - Camberley Theatre

13 November - Alnwick Playhouse

15 November - York Crescent

19 November - Cardiff Sherman Theatre

29 November - Glasgow Stand

3 December - Southend Dixon Studio

6 December - Sheffield Leadmill

May 28 2020 · 1hr 8mins
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Ep 7: James Graham – talking ITV’s Quiz, appearing on Question Time and saving theatre and protecting the arts

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How you getting on TQBP listeners? I hope you’re all well this week. This episode, I had the pleasure of playwright and screenwriter James Graham’s company on FaceTime. We recorded hours after he appeared on BBC Question Time (seek out it on BBC iPlayer) where he talked about the battle to save theatre and the arts amid huge funding gaps due closure and shutdown. It’s a subject very close to my heart, and he expands on what he said on the show brilliantly here.

This is a wide-ranging conversation. We talk about the challenge to creativity and toxic productivity. James shares his theory why we’ve all turned to quizzes in lockdown (as well as their shortcomings). We talk digital theatre and his play THIS HOUSE, which will be shown on YouTube as part of National Theatre At Home on May 28. And, of course, we talk about ITV’s Quiz, which James wrote and is now officially the biggest television drama of the year. Listen for loads of great secrets about the show, as well as the usual lockdown TV recommendations.

James also talks passionately about the ways in which you can help theatre in this time. Please search for your local venue and try to pre-book tickets for future shows where you can. Many theatres, including The Globe, National Theatre and more are also accepting donations. There is also a list of resources for helping the arts and artists here: https://theatresupport.info. You can also write to your local MP to ask them to support further arts funding to see them through this crisis. You can find their details online, or use this handy tool here: https://www.writetothem.com.

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May 25 2020 · 55mins
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James Graham on Quiz, Braids, changes in the ways we listen to music, and John Prine

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On Easter Monday ITV will broadcast the first instalment of Quiz, the adaptation by James Graham of his play about the coughing controversy and the major convicted of cheating on Who Wants to Be a Millionaire. Graham tells Kirsty Lang why the story remains important. It's about truth, fact and power - the power of television. And there's a remarkable performance by Michael Sheen as Chris Tarrant.

Braids was scheduled to premiere at the Live Theatre in Newcastle this April. Longlisted for the Alfred Fagon Award, it follows two girls – Jasmine and Abeni - who navigate growing up as the only people of colour in a rural part of Durham. Kirsty is joined by writer Olivia Hannah, and actors Olivia Onyehara and Cynthia Emeagi, who will be performing a scene from the play.

With Front Row focusing on ‘listening’ this week, music writer Kieran Yates considers the changing landscape of music, from live radio broadcasts to live streaming and ‘quarantine concerts’. She also discusses the listening experience of what’s called 8D audio, and the importance of listening on headphones.

And the death of the singer songwriter John Prine, who won the respect of Bob Dylan, Bruce Springsteen and Kris Kristofferson.

Presenter: Kirsty Lang
Producer: Julian May
Sound Operator: Emma Harth

Image: MATTHEW MACFADYEN as Charles Ingram and SIAN CLIFFORD as Diana Ingram in Quiz
Credit: Leftbank Pictures for ITV
Apr 08 2020 · 28mins
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