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‘Babylon’ interview: James Nesbitt chats about Channel 4’s police drama

James Nesbitt (Cold Feet, The Missing) stars as Richard Miller in Babylon, Channel 4’s new police drama from Peep Show creators Sam Bain and Jesse Armstrong. Welcome to London’s police force, with accusations of racism, the use of lethal force, and corruption all part of the daily routine. Luckily for the public, the capital city...

Exclusive interview: Samuel Anderson chats about ‘Doctor Who’ finale

In a break from rehearsing his new play, State Red, Doctor Who star Samuel Anderson gave CultBox some of his time to answer our questions about the life and death of Danny Pink. CONTAINS SPOILERS FOR ‘DARK WATER’ IF YOU’VE NOT YET SEEN IT     So, with different writers and directors coming in for...

Exclusive: Writer Peter Harness chats about BBC One’s new ‘Jonathan Strange and Mr Norrell’ adaptation

Adapted from Susanna Clarke’s bestselling novel by Wallander writer Peter Harness, new magic drama series Jonathan Strange and Mr Norrell will air on BBC One later this year. The epic seven-part adaptation will star Bertie Carvel (Restless, Matilda) and Eddie Marsan (Filth) in the lead roles of Jonathan Strange and Mr Norrell, alongside Marc Warren (Mad...

Exclusive interview with ‘Doctor Who’ star Sophie Aldred

Sophie Aldred, who played ’80s companion Ace in Doctor Who, stars alongside Carol Cleveland (Monty Python), Tom Price (Torchwood) and Chase Masterson (Star Trek: Deep Space 9) in new sci-fi comedy, The Search for Simon. Out on DVD this week, The Search for Simon follows 39 year David’s search for his younger brother Simon, who,...

Exclusive ‘Doctor Who’ interview: Peter Harness chats about the fallout from ‘Kill the Moon’

Wallander writer Peter Harness made his Doctor Who debut tonight with ‘Kill the Moon’, which saw the Doctor and Clara crash-landing on the surface of the Moon, battling vicious spider-like creatures, and facing a terrible dilemma. CultBox caught up with Peter for a chat about the Doctor and Clara’s dramatic confrontation in the episode’s final scenes…...

‘Our Girl’ interview: Ben Aldridge chats about playing Captain James

Ben Aldridge stars in BBC One’s army drama Our Girl as Captain James, currently airing at 9pm on Sunday nights on BBC One. Written by Tony Grounds, the new five-part season follows last year’s one-off single drama, featuring EastEnders actress Lacey Turner as East London girl Molly Dawes, now a soldier in the Royal Army...