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Get closer to the stars of the stage with The Musicals & Theatre Podcast! In each episode Magic Radio's Alice Arnold is chatting with a writer, composer, producer or performer from the world of theatre and musicals. Look out for guests including Gary Barlow, Ruthie Henshall and Michael Ball.
An award-winning panel show podcast where the teams must work out the right thing to do in any given situation. With Danielle Ward, Margaret Cabourn-Smith, Michael Legge and special guests.
Richard Herring presented a daily podcast from the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in 2011, 2012 and 2013. The hour-long shows featured big name special guests, gossip, swearing, lies, prizes and surprises! The show is back for three 2017 specials!
Magazine programme on the worlds of arts, literature, film, media and music.
Argumental is back with a brand new host in Sean Lock with Robert Webb and Seann Walsh captaining the fast-talking teams, Thursdays at 10pm on Dave.
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Want to know what you should be seeing in London's West End right now? This week's podcast is for you! Julian Bird, Chief Executive of the Society of London Theatre and this podcast's 'man in the know' is chatting to Alice about the Olivier Awards: cut-off points for entries, early favourites, and much more. They then delve into the world of Wh ...…
This week Alice is chatting to Mark Benton and Nigel Harman about their roles in the tour of Glen Garry Glen Ross. She finds out what goes on while the 'lads' are on tour, and delves into the pair's careers chatting with Nigel about EastEnders and Mark about Waterloo Road. She also helps orgainse a dance lesson for the cast led by Mark, who can ...…
A new season has begun and this week Alice is chatting to Anita Dobson about her new role as Miss Hannigan in Annie! She tells us what she thinks of Gwilym Lee playing her husband Brian May in the Bafta and Oscar nominated film Bohemian Rhapsody; The celebration of the music of 'Queen' and their legendary singer Freddie Mercury They also talk a ...…
The Curtain is up on Season 10 we have more excellent interviews in store and we are limbering up for the Olivier Awards! Episode 1 with Anita Dobson is coming this weekend.
For the last podcast of this year and this season Alice had a lovely chat with Alife Boe all about his career and his new album.
Alice is once again backstage at the Gielgud Theatre, chatting with Jonathan Bailey about his current role in Company, and what it's like to sing 6.2 words a second. FYI, that's a lot!
December is here, so Alice is getting into the festive spirit with Simon Callow, who was in the studio to chat about his one man show A Christmas Carol.
Wayne Sleep quite literally leapt into Alice's studio this week to demonstrate how he can still high kick... plus he gives an excellent demonstration of an entrechat!
This week Alice Is out of the studio! Backstage at the Gielgud Theatre, she's chatting to Rosalie Craig about her role as Bobby in the musical Company.
This week Carley Stenson and Amara Okereke have joined Alice in the studio to talk about being in the long running and award winning musical Les Miserable.
This week Alice is back in the studio and chatting to Magic's very own Mel Giedroyc about her role in the musical Company.
The Society of London Theatre's Julian Bird is back in Alice's studio chatting about what to see this Autumn - and it's never too early to start talking about Panto and A Christmas Carol! Right?
This week Tim Howar popped into our studio to chat about being a rock star and his new role as the Phantom in the hit musical Phantom of the Opera.
We're back with more backstage news and ideas of what to see at the theatre this autumn and winter. Starting off this week Alice went to the Guy and Dolls rehearsal rooms to talk to the cast about their upcoming Royal Albert Hall shows.
This week Alice was back at the Phoenix Theatre to interview Alexandra Burke, who's starring as Roxie in Chicago.
Alice isn't just backstage at a theatre this week... she's backstage at a theatre in a park! Specifically she's at The Regent's Park Open Air Theatre, chatting to the cast of Little Shop of Horrors: Marc Antolin, Jemima Rooper & Matt Willis.
Alice is backstage at the Ambassadors Theatre this week, chatting with David Haig and Laura Rogers who are both currently starring in the play Pressure.
This week Alice is backstage at the London Palladium, speaking to Kelli O'Hara about her role as Anna in The King and I.
This week Alice is backstage at the Phoenix Theatre chatting to Martin Kemp about his new role as Billy Flynn in Chicago.
We are taking a few weeks off while Alice heads backstage at some of London's biggest and best theatres to interview more guests for our next season.
Julian Bird the Chief Executive of the Society of London Theatre was in the studio this week to tell us all about what to see this summer at the theatre.
This week Alice is joined in the studio by soul singer and Mufasa in Lion King. It's Shaun Escoffery.
This week Alice is back in the studio and joined by Lucy Phelps and Harry Reid who are both currently starring in Agatha Christie's play, Witness for the Prosecution.
Another week, another back stage interview for Alice. This week she's on the sofa with Alice Fearn who is currently playing Elphaba in Wicked.
Alice has found her way to the bar at the Apollo Theatre to speak to John McCrea and Josie Walker, stars of Everybody's Talking About Jamie.
Last week Alice was backstage at the Royal Albert Hall for Magic at the Musicals, she found a comfy sofa and had a chat with all the acts before the performance. In this episode, she is chatting to... Rosalie Craig from Company, Laura Tebbut, Georgina Castle from Mama Mia, Kara Lily Hayworth from Cilla the Musical, Dean John Wilson, Na Young fr ...…
This week Alice was backstage at the Royal Albert Hall for Magic at the Musicals, she found a comfy sofa and had a chat with all the acts before the performance. In this episode she is chatting to... Renne Lamb, Seyi Omooba, Christina Modestou - from Little Shop of Horrors, Natalie Kassanga, Jay Perry from Motown the Musical, Matt Croke and Lau ...…
Magic at the Musicals is nearly here and Alice has been running around London speaking to some of the artists performing on the night including: Shaun Esscoffery who plays Mufasa in the Lion King, Nick Afoa who is Simba in the Lion King, Andrew Polec and Christina Bennington who are currently starring in Bat Out of Hell and one of last year's p ...…
Alice is here to tell us who to look out for in season seven of The Musicals & Theatre Podcast!
This week Alice sits down with some of the cast from Chicago including our own Ruthie Henshall and Cuba Gooding Jr.
This week Alice brings you a post-Olivier Awards debrief with a reminder of all the big winners of the night as well as backstage interviews from the Royal Albert Hall.
There's no podcast this week as we're busy working towards the Olivier Awards! We'll be back next week with an post-Olivier Awards debrief. In the meantime why not have a listen to some of our previous episodes?
Society of London Theatre's, Julian Bird is back with Alice again this week. He'll be telling us even more about the Olivier nominations - and what people can expect to see at the Royal Albert Hall on the night.
Society of London Theatre's Julian Bird joins Alice this week to talk about the Musicals that have received Oliver Nominations.
This week Alice brings you a collection of interviews from the Olivier nominations launch party - including cast members from Hamilton, Girl From the North Country, Everybody's Talking About Jamie and Young Frankenstein.
Alice Arnold talks to Kara Lily Hayworth, star of Cilla The Musical - a brand-new show charting the ups and down of Cilla Black's career. Buckinghamshire-born Kara beat a staggering 2,000 other hopefuls in an open audition to play her childhood inspiration.
Alice chats to the one and only Imelda Staunton about her new film Finding Your Feet, and of course her career on the stage, including her award-winning performance in the West End revival of Gypsy.
Alice talks with superstar director and choreographer Sir Matthew Bourne, winner of four Olivier awards, two Tony awards, and famous for his productions Nutcracker!, The Red Shoes, Swan Lake and Cinderella.
Before season 6 begins in earnest, here's a little tour through the best bits from 2017...
Alice is here to tell us who to look out for in season six of The Musicals & Theatre Podcast!
Jessica Fostekew and Nish Kumar come down our chimneys for this year's Christmas Special. And they bring with them a sack full of ice rescues, dodgy presents, evil families, wrapping paper, Santa Claus and Christmas Trees courtesy of expert guest Helen Cripps. Also within, discover which of our panel owns a lake...If you've ever wanted to bung ...…
Alice chats to musical theatre star Kerry Ellis about working with Brian May, flying with the Red Arrows, and of course, her role in Wicked.
Alice chats to the brilliant Sheridan Smith about her new album, mental health, and her career in musical theatre.
Singer-songwriter Dan Gillespie Sells, the lead singer in rock band The Feeling, and writer Tom McRae, who's written for Doctor Who, Lewis and Marple, join Alice to talk about their new West End musical Everybody's Talking About Jamie.
Alice joins Craig Revel Horwood backstage at the Piccadilly Theatre, where he's currently starring as Miss Hannigan in the revival of Annie. They talk about his career as a choreographer, and of course, Strictly Come Dancing.
Alice chats to Jason Manford, whose career is seeing him transfer from the comedy club to musical theatre. He's also just released 'A Different Stage'... an album of his favourite show tunes.
For the first episode of series 5, Alice chats to Joe McElderry, who, since his X Factor win has released a No.1 single, won a celebrity ski jump competition, released a new album Saturday Night At The Movies, and is now starring as Joseph in Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat.
To find out what’s coming up in musicals and theatre for the autumn and winter, Alice catches up with the font of all theatre knowledge, and Society of London Theatre Chief Exec, Julian Bird.
Alice chats to Matthew Croke, currently starring as Aladdin in… Aladdin!
Alice talks to Hugh Maynard, whose previous credits include Jesus Christ Superstar, The Lion King, We Will Rock You and Miss Saigon. He’s about to star in new musical Heaven On Earth as Adam, alongside Kerry Ellis.
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