The CultBox Podcast Roundup – January 2024

Here’s our January 2024 Podcast Roundup – our favourites from the worlds of CultBox.  In no particular order, the picks this month are… The Last Ever Two Shot Podcast – Craig chats with Vicky McClure Okay, a slight cheat as it was released on December 31st 2023, but our first podcast listen of 2024 was … >

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Holding cast revealed

Holding cast revealed as Graham Norton adaptation starts filming

The Holding cast has been revealed as Graham Norton’s novel starts filming Brenda Fricker, Siobhán McSweeney, Charlene McKenna, Helen Behan and Pauline McLynn have been cast alongside Conleth Hill in ITV’s four-part adaptation of Graham Norton’s bestselling novel Holding. We reported on Holding when it was in pre-production and we’re delighted to see the cast details. … >

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Holding by Graham Norton

Holding — Graham Norton’s debut novel to be a four-part series for ITV

Holding, Graham Norton’s debut novel, is to be a four-part series for ITV directed by Kathy Burke ITV has commissioned a four part adaptation based upon Graham Norton’s funny and tenderly perceptive debut novel, Holding, to be filmed on location in Ireland. The series will be directed by Kathy Burke, written by Dominic Treadwell-Collins and … >

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First look at Mark Gatiss in new ‘Absolutely Fabulous’ movie

Sherlock actor, co-creator and writer Mark Gatiss has a role in the upcoming Ab Fab movie. Jennifer Saunders and Joanna Lumley are back as Edina and Patsy in the long-awaited feature film, alongside the rest of the original cast, including Julia Sawalha as Saffy, Jane Horrocks as Bubble, Kathy Burke as Magda, Celia Imrie as Claudia Bing … >

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Why you should be watching ‘Psychobitches’

Like something precious that someone is keen to keep from breaking, the lady-led comedy Psychobitches is nestled away in the straw on Sky Arts. It really should be in a brighter spotlight, but there’s something nice about its niche presence. As the title suggests, there’s no comedy on TV right now more brazen and outlandish … >

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