Mark Gatiss tells Antonia Quirke what it was like to work with his hero Anthony Hopkins on The Father, and how he persuaded him to reprise a famous scene from one of his classic films as a birthday present for fellow League Of Gentleman member Reece Shearsmith.Sean Barton reveals some secrets from the editing suite and how he made the audience gasp in a famous scene from Jagged Edge.Annette director Leos Carax explains why the star of his film about a two year old singing sensation is played by a puppet.
On this episode Keith (@50dw50), Brendan (@brandybongos) and Mark (@QuarkMcMalus) discuss Mark Gatiss' novelisation of The Crimson Horror. Purchase the book here. Brendan's podcasts are Flight Through Entirety, Jodie Into Terror and Bondfinger.
54: Mark Gatiss – Stories can make us fly: how to see and observe
Change Makers: Leadership, Good Business, Ideas and Innovation
Mark rose to prominence 25 years ago, as part of the hugely influential team behind The League of Gentlemen. Alongside Steve Pemberton, Reece Shearsmith and Jeremy Dyson, the four brought their unique brand of humour to the mainstream, creating a critically-acclaimed series combining laughter, irreverence and horror. Mark’s career has taken him from Dr Who to Dracula, Wolf Hall to Westeros and perhaps most notably, 221B Baker Street as the co-creator of the BBC’s Sherlock alongside Steven Moffatt, where he also took a star turn as the eponymous Holmes’ brother, Mycroft. A story Mark is helping to tell today is that of Britain’s LGBTQ+ history, as a supporter of Queer Britain.
Diane Chorley's Chatting With Chorley: The Podcast
Episode 6 - Mark GatissDiane Chorley is joined by Actor, Writer, Director and all round lovely man Mark Gatiss. Diane explores Mark's love for James Bond, his thrill of horror and how a working class boy from Durham made it in the industry.At the end of the podcast, you can catch the sixth track from Diane Chorley: The Greatest Hits Vol 1 called Dagenham Eyes available now!‘Chatting with Chorley: The Podcast’ with Diane Chorley is the newest venture from the Duchess following her sell out hit shows at the Soho Theatre and the Edinburgh Festival.The podcast is hosted and written by Diane Chorley. Music is created by Diane Chorley and Milky. Produced by Chris Jones. Chatting with Chorley: The Podcast is a Hat Trick Podcast.See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
This week Emily goes for a walk with Mark Gatiss and his Labrador, Bob. They talk about Mark’s childhood in the North East, his experience of coming out and the award-winning Sherlock.See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
BERGCAST – Episode 15 – Mark Gatiss on the legacy of Nigel Kneale
Mark Gatiss referred to Nigel Kneale as “the man who invented popular television”. It can be a curse of a writer tagged as ‘genre’ that they may never been seen alongside the very best. As Mark said when Kneale died, “He is amongst the greats – he is absolutely as important as Dennis Potter, as David Mercer, as Alan Bleasdale, as Alan Bennett, but I think because of a strange snobbery about fantasy or sci-fi, it’s never been quite that way.” In this episode, we chat with Mark about his love for Nigel Kneale’s work, his influence and his legacy. Mark recalls the one time he met the man himself and how he tried to get greater industry recognition for Kneale. He also talks about following in the Nigel’s footsteps by adapting Wells’s The First Men in the Moon, and the experience of making The Quatermass Experiment in 2005.
THE MAN WITH THE GOLDEN GUN (part two) with Mark Gatiss
This week we'll be stocking up on Nick-Nacks, while supping Phoo-Yuck as we travel to the Far East with a bullet, to try and find just who is making an extra tit out of themselves for a million dollars a hit.Joining me tin virtual isolation to speak now, or forever hold his piece, it's only bloody Mark Gatiss! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
In the first part of this two part special, Rebecca Rideal is joined by actor and screenwriter Mark Gatiss to explore the cultural history of crime - from Sherlock Holmes and the birth of forensic science to literary archetypes and Victorian poisoners. Written and narrated by Rebecca Rideal Producer/Editor Matt Pearson Theme music: "Circles" by The Broxton Hundred
As an actor and writer in such shows as The League of Gentlemen, Sherlock, Doctor Who and Game of Thrones, Mark Gatiss has been a part of some of the biggest TV shows in recent years. Mark chooses five things from his life and career to put into the time capsule; four he’d like to preserve and one he’d like to bury and never have to think about again. Hosted by Michael Fenton Stevens .Follow Mark Gatiss on Twitter: @MarkGatiss .Follow us on Twitter, Instagram & Facebook: @MyTCpod .Follow Michael on Twitter: @fentonstevens .Produced and edited by John Fenton-Stevens for Cast Off Productions .Music by Pass The Peas Music .Artwork by Matthew Boxall .Social media support by Harriet Stevens .This podcast is proud to be associated with the charity Viva! Providing theatrical opportunities for hundreds of young people . See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Actor, comedian, and author Mark Gatiss joins Nihal Arthanayake to discuss narrating the brand new audiobook of Bram Stokers’ ‘Dracula’ and the BBC Radio dramatisation of M.R. James’ ‘Ghost Stories’. Mark has written and acted in the likes of Dr. Who, Sherlock and Dracula and is part of the team who created The League of Gentlemen. His chosen inspirational objects include fossils and an easel #PenguinPodcast‘The M. R. James BBC Radio Collection’ is available to buy as an audiobook now - https://apple.co/34hyJ2O See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.