Vera Day talks about her career in film, television and stage. She chats about her work on the Hammer film series, how itching powder complicated one role, what it was like to work with a 'difficult' Marilyn Monroe, and much more.
Robert Ross and his audience are entertained by the 'butterfly mind' of living comedy legend Barry Cryer. The I'm Sorry I Haven't A Clue star recalls stories from his enviable, long, and wildly varied career, writing and performing both with and for stars like Dick Emery, The Two Ronnies, Les Dawson, The Pythons, Kenny Everett and Morecambe & Wise. This episode is definitely not to be missed!
Legends of Saturday morning kids' TV, Trevor & Simon, join Robert Ross in this edition of Live From Leicester Square. The duo talk about their new online comedy project Strangeness In Space; struggling for money when starting out in comedy; their early live shows; and of course finding fame on Saturday TV. Just remember: they don't do duvets!
Actor Christopher Beeny talks to Robert Ross about his life and career. From Last Of The Summer Wine to The Rag Trade, and starring alongside Dame Thora Hird in In Loving Memory to much-loved drama Upstairs, Downstairs, and the UK's first TV soap, The Grove Family, they discuss an acting legacy covering seven decades.