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Archive Interview • SUSANNAH HARKER • The Little Black Book • 2003

‘I haven’t found or read anything like this for years,’ says Susannah Harker. We are speaking on the telephone during rehearsals for The Little Black Book by French playwright Jean-Claude … Continue reading

03/18/2016 · Leave a comment

Archive Interview • IAN RICHARDSON • Part 4 • 2006

Passions and Portents “It wasn’t very pleasant,” says Ian Richardson with understatement. He is referring to his experience of active duty during National Service in the aftermath of World War … Continue reading

11/03/2015 · Leave a comment

Archive Interview • IAN RICHARDSON • Part 3 • 2006

Shakespeare to le Carré In the third part of my interview with Ian Richardson, he talks further on the disparity of opinion between drama critics and audiences, and about never … Continue reading

10/28/2015 · Leave a comment

Archive Interview • IAN RICHARDSON • Part 2 • 2006

What is he good at? In the second part of my interview with Ian Richardson, the actor talks about his background, how one particular school teacher helped him to find … Continue reading

10/23/2015 · Leave a comment

Archive Interview • IAN RICHARDSON • Part I • 2006

The Creeper and the Critics “As you’ve probably noticed, I just have to be given a little cube of sugar like a racehorse and I go,” says Ian Richardson twenty … Continue reading

10/14/2015 · 2 Comments

Thought for the Day • IS THIS A DAGGER…? or NO BLUES FOR SPACEY • 2006

‘Fresh from my triumph last week in advocating that influential restaurant critics should be compelled to dine at an establishment twice before writing their reviews, I’m grateful to The Old … Continue reading

09/29/2015 · Leave a comment