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As someone brave enough to confess that some of her best friends are comics, Emily Dean has for most of her life, been on the receiving end of their legendary professional insight and even if their advice is not always right, (Frank Skinner once maintained, 'you can never be friends with someone once you've seen their genitals') at least it makes you laugh at your problems. We bring you this podcast so that you too can benefit from their widsom as well.
 
You know that feeling when the lights come up at a show, and you’re like, “Woah. What is going to happen in Act II?” Well, that’s how I and many others feel about the theatre industry right now. We’ve found ourselves in an unexpected intermission. This podcast explores what might come next. Learn more at https://www.thebigintermissionpodcast.com
 
The story centers on the all-encompassing, passionate, but ultimately doomed love between Catherine Earnshaw and Heathcliff, and how this unresolved passion eventually destroys them and the people around them. There are differing opinions on whether this is the ultimate love story or the ultimate story of revenge. (Summary by Wikipedia and Amanda Friday) CastMr. Lockwood: Jason MillsHeathcliff: Bruce PirieCatherine Earnshaw/Narrator: Amanda FridayEllen Dean: Tiffany Halla ColonnaJoseph: Algy ...
 
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This week Emily chats to The Dogfather himself, Graeme Hall. They discuss Graeme’s childhood in Yorkshire, why he decided to change his life at 40 and become a dog trainer and his book ‘All Dogs Great and Small’. And yes, Emily even picks Graeme’s brain about some of Ray’s habits! This podcast was brought to you thanks to the support of readers of …
 
On this episode, I am joined by Russell Granet, the President and CEO of New 42. Russell and I talk about how New 42 quickly adapted its programming so that it was online by the Monday after the theatre shut down on Friday, March 13th. The staff took the weekend to reimagine what artistic and educational programming could look like online - which w…
 
This week is more of an ‘at home’ with the dog! Emily is joined by Matt Goss and his French Bulldog, Reggie. They discuss the highs and lows of fame, Matt’s relationship with his twin brother, Luke, how he restarted his life in America and his new album. This podcast was brought to you thanks to the support of readers of The Times and The Sunday Ti…
 
Allison Flom is a director/writer/storyteller based in New York City. Over the summer, our high school (Ethical Culture Fieldston School) reached out to Allison and asked if she would write a play specifically designed for Zoom. Since then, Allison has been working on a variety of projects, including directing an animated music video and hosting a …
 
This week Emily takes Sindhu Vee and her Frenchie, Bowler out for a stroll around Regent’s Park. The discuss Sindhu’s passion for dogs, her views on parenting and how she got into stand-up comedy. This podcast was brought to you thanks to the support of readers of The Times and The Sunday Times. Subscribe today and get one month free at: thetimes.c…
 
On this episode of The Big Intermission, Michael talks with us about how Press had to cancel interviews, rework timelines, and communicate the uncertainty surrounding the Broadway shutdown with the general public. Some of the shows he was working on were in previews, others had just opened, and some were recasting. What they all had in common was t…
 
This week Emily is joined by her first returning guest, Lee Mack, to introduce his silver Labrador puppy, Ludo. They discuss adjusting to dog ownership, his fear of flying, his views on class and also Lee’s fabulous podcast, ‘I Can't Believe It's Not Buddha’. This podcast was brought to you thanks to the support of readers of The Times and The Sund…
 
On March 12, Jessica Owens forgot to bring her computer to her job at the Broadway League. It seemed like a normal day, of course, until Broadway announced it would be shutting down due to COVID-19. On this episode, Jess talks with us about the ever-changing-reopening-date, Broadway Unions, and what protocols she believes will define future theatre…
 
Kelvin Dinkins, Jr. is the Assistant Dean and Assistant Professor Adjunct in Theater Management for Yale School of Drama (YSD) and the General Manager of Yale Repertory Theatre. Kelvin discusses YSD's decision to go fully remote and offer students an extra free year, the ways in which this pandemic has forced theatrical institutions to confront the…
 
In this Christmas Special Emily goes for a walk with Jamie Cullum and Daniel the Spaniel from The Dog’s Trust. They talk about Jamie’s early years, his relationship with his wife Sophie Dahl, his new Christmas album and getting to play for Barack Obama. To find out more about The Dog’s Trust, visit dogstrust.org.uk/changethetale. This podcast was b…
 
Rosa Taylor, most recently the Associate Company Manager for the Mean Girls National Tour, recalls what it was like to help over 60 cast and crew members get home from the tour in March. She organized storage of their personal belongings in Kansas City, and then was tasked with retrieving and distributing the company's materials across the country.…
 
Hi everyone! I’m Emily Kling and this is The Big Intermission, a podcast about the future of the theatre industry. A little bit about me: I’ve worked for the Hangar Theatre in Ithaca, NY, Roundabout Theatre Company, and Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts. Currently, I’m pursuing my MBA degree at the Yale School of Management (where I’m also a c…
 
This week, Emily has a socially distanced chat with Scarlett Moffatt and her chihuahua, Bonnie. They talk about how she was thrust into the spotlight at a young age after appearing in Gogglebox and I'm a Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here, being comfortable with her own company and why she's happiest being at home in County Durham with her boyfriend, Sco…
 
This week Emily chats to presenter, actor and comic Mel Giedroyc and her director sister Coky Giedroyc. They talk about their respective dogs, Mel’s successful TV partnership with Sue Perkins and their decision to leave Bake Off, and Coky’s new film adaptation of Caitlin Moran’s How To Build A Girl released via Amazon. See acast.com/privacy for pri…
 
This week Emily and Ray go for a stroll in North London with comedian, actor and poet Tim Key - they chat about Tim's childhood cats, his route into comedy and working with his hero Steve Coogan. Tim has released his poems via a set of cards - to order Tim Key's Poetical Playing Cards go to timkey.co.uk See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out…
 
Emily goes for a stroll with comic Suzi Ruffell. They chat about her childhood growing up in Portsmouth, how she was drawn into stand up comedy and the importance of a good cry. To find out more about Suzi's tour Dance Like Everyone's Watching go to Suziruffell.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
This week Emily goes for a walk with Martin Kemp and Shirlie Kemp and their toy poodle Pops. They talk about their first date 40 years ago, their friendship with George Michael and finally performing together for their new album In the Swing Of It. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
This week Emily takes Ray for a stroll in London’s Barbican with comedian Tom Allen. He talks about feeling fabulously different growing up, his strong work ethic and the awkwardness of being set up on dates with friends. For more info on Tom go to tomindeed.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
Emily goes for a stroll with celebrated hairdresser, George Northwood and his whippet Willow. George has created iconic hair looks for Alexa Chung, Rosie Huntington Whiteley, Gwyneth Paltrow as well as Meghan Markle’s evening look on her wedding day. He talks about his Nan who inspired him to get into hairdressing, coming out as a young man, and ho…
 
Emily goes for a stroll with After Life actor and comic Kerry Godliman and her Westie-Scottish terrier cross Molly. They discuss Kerry’s fast paced approach to life, meeting her husband and the call from Ricky Gervais that changed her life. To find out more details about Kerry’s 2020 tour go to kerrygodliman.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy an…
 
Emily and Ray go for a stroll with legendary chef Heston Blumenthal, around the village of Bray in Berkshire, the location of his world famous restaurant. They talk about Heston's childhood Christmas dinners, the meal that changed his life as a teenager, and his bulldog Harry. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
This week Emily goes to Somerset to visit broadcaster and journalist Mariella Frostrup and her two dogs Katyusha and Bomb. They talk about her bohemian childhood, fighting female stereotypes, and how to choose the right partner. Mariella's BBC podcasts Books to Live by and Open Book are available to download. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and o…
 
Emily takes Ray out for a stroll in Regents Park with legendary writing duo Dick Clement and Ian La Frenais. They talk about how they introduced Emily's parents! And what brought the boys together to create their amazing biography of work including The Likely Lads, Auf Wiedersehen Pet and Porridge. They discuss the art of collaboration and how they…
 
Emily takes Ray out for a stroll with broadcaster and journalist Emma Barnett to Regents Park. They talk about Emma's family parrots growing up, what it feels like to grill Theresa May and the difficult issues she faced trying to get pregnant. She also reveals why she's so keen for women to talk more openly about periods, something she discusses in…
 
This week on Walking the Dog Emily checks in with recent guest Diane Morgan to meet her new Blue Cross toy poodle, Bobby. On a walk around Russell Square with Bobby and Raymond, Diane talks about how she’s finding being a dog owner and why she's totally fallen for her new four legged pal. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
This week Emily goes for a walk with actor, comedian and writer Diane Morgan and two pugs belonging to Emily’s friends. Diane talks about her childhood dogs in Bolton, her job in a chip shop and her rise via Charlie Brooker’s Weekly Wipe into one of the country’s best loved actors. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
This week Emily takes award winning playwright and screenwriter Jack Thorne for a stroll with her dog Raymond. They talk about being shy, how it felt to be a state school kid at Cambridge and his huge body of writing - from Harry Potter and the Cursed Child to The Virtues. Jack also tells Emily about meeting his wife and naming his son after his fa…
 
Emily goes for a walk with TV presenter Konnie Huq in her local Ealing park - they chat about the Bangladesh culture her parents grew up in, her early start in television aged just 16, her years as Blue Peter’s longest serving female presenter and meeting her husband Charlie Brooker. Konnie also tells Emily all about writing her first children’s bo…
 
IN a special bonus podcast, Emily talks to Grief Encounters hosts Sasha and Venetia about “starting again” after a series of painful losses, all accounted beautifully in her new memoir Everybody Died, So I Got a Dog. The books jarring title is completely indicative to the tone of the conversation, as Emily refuses to speak gently about the painful …
 
This week on walking the dog Emily goes for a stroll with comic, writer and co- host of the Older and Wider podcast Jenny Eclair. Jenny is currently considering becoming a dog owner so Emily brought along her dog Raymond and Bruce a French Bulldog who was rescued from a puppy farm by the dogs trust. They talk about Jenny’s childhood growing up in a…
 
This week Emily heads to Northampton for a walk with the Communards star who became an Anglican priest, Reverend Richard Coles. They take out one of his five dachshunds, Daisy, and he tells Emily about coming out as a gay man to his mother, his wild days as an 80’s pop star, and his decision to give it all up and enter the priesthood. See acast.com…
 
This week Emily takes her dog Raymond out for a walk with former Labour leader Ed Miliband - they talk about growing up in a family of academics, being mistaken for Nick Clegg on the tube and what it felt like to lose the 2015 General Election. They also chat about his podcast with Geoff Lloyd, Reasons to be Cheerful. See acast.com/privacy for priv…
 
This week Emily and Raymond, her Shih Tzu, go out for a walk in Reading with ex Blue Peter and Sky Sports presenter Simon Thomas who tragically lost his wife to Gemma in 2017, prompting a wave of public support. Simon chats about how he's coped with grief, and attempted to rebuild his life and about the process of writing about it in his book Love,…
 
This week Emily goes out for a walk with broadcaster, journalist and Newsnight presenter Emily Maitlis and her beautiful whippet Moody. They talk about Emily’s childhood in Sheffield, the question she wishes she’d asked Bill Clinton, and proposing to her husband on millennium eve. She also chats about her new book Airhead, which goes behind the sce…
 
Emily goes for a stroll with celebrated actor Lesley Sharp and her beautiful border terrier Mrs Miggins. They talk about Lesley’s early life and how it felt to be adopted, the dogs she’s had throughout her life, juggling motherhood with theatre work and her starring role in a new Royal Court play by Jack Thorne, The End of History. See acast.com/pr…
 
This week Emily goes out for a stroll with Absolute Radio Breakfast show host Dave Berry in London's Regents Park. They talk about his childhood in Lewisham, his early years as a shop assistant and model, breaking into radio and the very rom-com-hero way in which he met his wife. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
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