Plot twists – they turn up everywhere. In film, life and love they’re the moments that can change everything. Join hosts Tom and Fran as they meet som... More
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Actor, comedian and former gardener, David Earl, joins us on the show this week! Tom has been a huge fan of David’s work since he first developed his stand-up comedy character ‘Brian Gittens’ - his dry humour and unique randomness has captured the attention of many across the country, including Ricky Gervais himself. After a career change, David appeared in hit shows such as ‘Derek’, 'Afterlife’ and recently released his first feature film ‘Brian and Charlie’ which picked him up an award at the Sundance festival. This episode is full of laughs, unique perspectives and AI generated robot love. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
The Queen’s last laugh, defeating Robokeeper, being grabbed in the nether regions by Oliver Reed, and becoming a favourite of Whoopi Goldberg… these are just some of the topics covered in this week’s Plot Twist with comedian and actor Omid Djalili. Discussing an incredible career that’s taken him from the British comedy circuit to Hollywood (in titles including Gladiator and The Mummy), Omid shares the sliding door moments that have peppered his life so far – including why he’s now chosen to use his platform to talk about human rights in Iran. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
From being thrown in at the deep end as the face of MTV, to working on huge series including Love Island and I’m A Celebrity – Laura Whitmore’s life has been full of plot twist moments that have led her to become the much-loved presenter she is today. Talking to Tom she explains how she actually started out as a journalist in a newsroom, and it was only after a chance opportunity that everything changed. Bringing things up to date, Laura also shares what life feels like after Love Island, and why she’s as excited as ever to be exploring new projects on her own terms – ranging from true crime, to documentaries, and a new Sunday morning chat show. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
From About A Boy, to Harry Potter, Game of Thrones, The Mandalorian and now John Wick: Chapter 4 – Natalia Tena has proven herself as an actor with an immense range, loved by directors and superfans alike. Talking with Tom she explains how getting caught smoking at school, and falling in love at an audition in her twenties, contributed to her unexpected journey into the film world. Plus they discuss her latest role as Katia, the deadly matriarch in the latest instalment of the John Wick franchise, opposite Keanu Reeves. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
You might have first met him in the early naughties sitcom Scrubs as the lovable “JD” alongside Donald Faison’s “Turk", but today actor Zach Braff continues to gain esteem behind the lens as respected writer and filmmaker too. Meeting with Tom on the launch of his new film A Good Person – he explains the personal inspiration for the story which was brought to life by Florence Pugh and Morgan Freeman in characters that find an unexpected kinship in the face of tragedy. Zach also shares Plot Twist moments from throughout his career ranging from his high school beginnings, to directing “gruff" Harrison Ford, and funny tales of a certain beloved taxidermy dog. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Plot twists – they turn up everywhere. In film, life and love they’re the moments that can change everything. Join hosts Tom and Fran as they meet some of the world’s biggest TV, film, comedy and sport stars to ask them all about their favourite plot twists, both on and off screen.