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Magda Szubanski Reckoning COMEDY ACTOR’s Memoir on Radio Gorgeous

16 Nov 2016

Magda Szubanski RECKONING – A MEMOIR with Donna Freed on Radio GORGEOUS    Beloved Australian performer and actor (the wife in Babe), Magda Szubanski’s memoir Reckoning is a moving account and attempt to reconcile the traumatic effects of World War II on her Polish father as visited upon her childhood as well as an exuberant, joyful…

Phenomenal People – VOTE for a WOMAN

01 Jul 2015

Nominate A Woman Who Inspired YOU! PHENOMENAL PEOPLE – INTERVIEW FOR RADIO GORGEOUS BY NICKI BANNERMAN Nicki Bannerman talks with Shakespeare and TV actress Victoria Moseley and poet and author Malika Booker at the Phenomenal People live theatre performance event. A pop-up live performance event called Phenomenal People celebrated stories about women in society with an…

HELEN LEDERER – LOSING IT

24 Feb 2015

HELEN LEDERER – LOSING IT Funny lady, Helen Lederer has turned her talented hand to writing with the hilarious result: Losing It. Broke, fat and a washed-up has been, Millie clutches at the chance to be the front woman for a new diet pill. Incredibly, this doesn’t solve all her problems! Helen on the BOOK…

Michele Hanson: What the Grown-Ups Were Doing | Actress + Cabaret star Siân Phillips | Meg Matthews MegSays.co.uk

23 Feb 2012

Josephine talks to Michele Hanson about her wonderfully evocative memoir What the Grown-ups Were Doing. We’re introduced to pets (past and present!), and find out that behind the suburban respectability of 1950s Ruislip, there lurked a world of oddball characters, unhappy marriages, hidden anxieties and suspected salacious goings on. Actress Siân Phillips’ CBE discusses her…

Actress Siân Phillips on the art of cabaret

Veteran stage actress Siân Phillips CBE discusses her cabaret show, early career and current views on marriage!  Siân began performing cabaret after a brilliant run in Pam Gems’ play Marlene where she recreated Marlene Dietrich last cabaret performance. She’s toured around the world, and was greeted in New York with the headline, “No more Marlene, just Siân…