Quartermaine's Terms at Woking

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22 May 2008 18:09 - 22 May 2008 18:11 #1109384313 by sweetlittlepixie
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Imagine my surprise to find Nat featured in the 'Star Interview' in the entertainment section of my local newspaper this week, done during rehearsals! I had been half-expecting something prior to the play coming to Woking but had momentarily forgotten. :blush:

It's a very nice piece (for my local newspaper that is) and typically for the normally hopeless outfit, there isn't an online link I can put up. Trawl as I might, the entertainment pages were last updated in January....:huh:

Jessy, I'll rush off a copy in the mail to you tomorrow... meanwhile a couple of things of interest from the article;

1. First things first for a Nat-audio addict... it mentions his audio books. :silly:

2. It confirms Nat's dyslexia. He tells an anecdote about how it affected his work in the past, and says he's not very dyslexic now.

3. He says he has a film lined up for the autumn.

4. He has a lovely garden in Chiswick. (And a house in Acton Green according to the Daily Mail article!);)

Pixie
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23 May 2008 14:20 #1109384319 by webmistress
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TA Pixie

Sorry for me being late again with my reply. Looking forward to reading your bit & putting it up here. Btw there is also a tiny bit on the latest Radio Times about what Nat likes to watch and for you little audiophiles out there - which radio stations and shows he prefers... :) That bit is already up there, just loo up that It's new! tab on the frontpage - it'll lead you to the latest additions to the site's press & PR stuff.

Cheers!

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24 May 2008 07:21 #1109384326 by sweetlittlepixie
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webmistress wrote:

TA Pixie

Btw there is also a tiny bit on the latest Radio Times about what Nat likes to watch and for you little audiophiles out there - which radio stations and shows he prefers... :)
webmistress


How nice, Nat and I wake up to the same excellent breakfast show - that's set up an interesting mental image! ;) And Radio 4 is worth the licence fee alone. :)

Pixie

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30 May 2008 07:10 - 30 May 2008 07:12 #1109384398 by sweetlittlepixie
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How nice, Nat and I wake up to the same excellent breakfast show


I was tuned in as usual to the start of 5Live's breakfast show this morning and they were setting up a feature on 'The Perfect Voice' to introduce yet another survey.. and they invited the audience to text in who's voice floated their boats...

So, how *could* I resist!

I included in my text that Nat listened to their show, and interestingly when it was read out, Sheilagh Fogarty commented that she'd remembered Nat had been in to the studio talking about Oxfam one time, and that he'd said it was his fav prog.

Oh and I might have also mentioned that Nat has a large audiobook catalogue.. B)

Pixie
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30 May 2008 19:42 #1109384401 by Songbird
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What Nat Listens To:

After reading the items about Nat’s fav books and tv/radio programs I just had to investigate some of them…particularly the radio program “The News Quiz”
Click on “LISTEN TO THE LATEST EDITOIN” to peruse the last show:

http://www.bbc.co.uk/radio4/comedy/newsquiz.shtml

It’s a great program even though I get muddled with some of UK politics being that I am from California, USA.

It very similar to one of my favorite radio program (some of Nat’s US fans might be familiar) National Public Radio’s “Wait, Wait, Don’t Tell Me” a weekly news quiz show:
http://www.npr.org/programs/waitwait/

Even to the points keeping and funny asides, these shows are quite similar…and terribly funny!

Hope you enjoy the links,
Songbird ^_^

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12 Jun 2008 19:52 #1109384509 by Lisa
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:kiss: Hello Songbird,
thank you for the link. I like to listen to bbc radio.
I like clair in the community;)
And, if the dog are your´s i like him too. It´s sooo cute.
Greetings Lisa

Greeting from www.ruhr2010.de

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