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In today’s conversation, we are going to discuss “cringe marketing” and data hygiene issues that can go to the extent of causing emotional distress to the consumers along with discussing the future of identity resolution & CDPs in a cookieless world and understanding what the advertisers and marketers have instore for the cookiepocalypse. Going ahead in the conversation we are also going to throw some light on the next big thread joining the customer experience journey with personalization w ...
 
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Coral Messam is an Actor, Movement Director/Practitioner and Wellness Instructor with over 24 years of experience in performance and movement practice. Included in her movement work is intimacy consultancy direction in TV and film. Jamie Matthewman is a voice, dialect and acting coach working in film, TV, Theatre, Education and the corporate world.…
 
Multi award winning actor Jonathan Pryce has been working in Theatre, Film and Television for more than five decades. His work in theatre includes an award-winning Hamlet at the Royal Court in 1980 and as The Engineer in Miss Saigon in London and New York. He’s appeared in films as eclectic as Evita, Tomorrow Never Dies, Glengarry Glen Ross and The…
 
The theatre director Peter Hall referred to Geraldine James as one of the great English classical actresses. Graduating from the Drama Centre she embarked on a theatre career that would see her nominated for a Tony and winning the Drama Desk Award for her role as Portia in the Broadway revival of The Merchant Of Venice. Her film credits include Gan…
 
Don Warrington has an extensive list of credits across Film, Television and Theatre including Death in Paradise, Cat’s Eyes, and Kenneth Branagh’s Hamlet as well as starring roles at the National Theatre, the RSC and at Manchester’s Royal Exchange. One of his first roles was playing Philip Smith in the comedy series Rising Damp, alongside Leonard R…
 
Multi award winning actor Brian Cox is familiar to the theatre going public all over the world. He also has a distinguished career in Film and TV including roles in Rushmore, The Bourne Identity, and Zodiac as well as being the first actor to portray Hannibal Lecter in Manhunter. He currently stars as media magnate Logan Roy, in HBO's critically ac…
 
After training at RADA, Canadian born Tanya Moodie established herself as a stage actor and attracted multiple award nominations for her work on Intimate Apparel and Fences. She’s also appeared on screen in projects as diverse as A Discovery Of Witches, Motherland, Tin City and Star Wars - The Rise Of Skywalker. David caught up with her earlier thi…
 
Multi award winning actor David Thewlis burst onto our screens in Mike Leigh’s Naked in 1983 playing Johnny, a homeless, highly intelligent, embittered, rambling, street philosopher. Since then he’s been a constantly changing presence on both Film and TV in endlessly diverse projects from the likes of Luc Besson, Ridley Scott, Terence Malick, The C…
 
Ruth Madeley was nominated for a BAFTA for her performance in Don’t Take My Baby which told the story of a disabled couple's fight to prevent their baby from being taken away. She’s also appeared on stage at the Old Vic and the Donmar Warehouse. David caught up with her earlier this year to talk about her starring role as Barbara Lisicki in Jack Th…
 
Adeel was nominated for a BAFTA for Best Supporting Actor for his role on Channel 4's Utopia, before becoming the first non-white actor to win a BAFTA award in a leading role for the single drama Murdered By My Father. He also received a British Academy Film Award nomination for Best Actor in a Leading Role for Ali & Ava. But in 2010 he appeared in…
 
Award winning, critically acclaimed and universally loved, Lesley Manville is a distinctive theatre actress, appearing in classical and new plays at the RSC, the NT and the Royal Court Theatre over the last three decades. She received BAFTA and Academy award nominations for her portrayal of the character Cyril Woodcock in the 2017 film Phantom Thre…
 
Actor David Warner has been widely regarded on stage (for the RSC) as the Hamlet of his generation. His wide ranging film career has seen him work with Sidney Lumet, Sam Peckinpah, Gregory Peck, George C. Scott and Jason Robards in projects as diverse as Tom Jones, Straw Dogs and the Star Trek films. David caught up with him during lockdown to talk…
 
In this episode David talks to his friend Sue Johnston about her groundbreaking portrayal of Sheila Grant in C4’s first and still most loved soap opera Brookside, establishing her as an actress of devastating strength and sensitivity. The show would regularly attract more than 9 million viewers and was never afraid to tackle the socially challengin…
 
On this episode David talks to Jason Watkins who will be familiar to listeners from screen projects as diverse as The Crown where he played the Prime Minister Harold Wilson, Des, W1A, Trollied, The White Queen and A Very Peculiar Scandal. In 2015 Jason won a BAFTA for playing the title role in The Lost Honour of Christopher Jefferies and David was …
 
This week David talks to Jason Isaacs (The Harry Potter Films, The West Wing, Black Hawk Down, The OA, Brotherhood) about the first time he was asked to play the part of a soldier in Lynda La Plante’s Civvies in 1992 and why he thinks he's been asked to play so many. David caught up with him at home during the last lockdown to talk about it. Hosted…
 
David talks to Anne Reid during lockdown to talk about playing Celia in Last Tango in Halifax. TV viewers will also be familiar with Anne’s large body of work with Victoria Wood - perhaps most famously playing Jean in dinnerladies. She was BAFTA nominated for her role in the 2003 film The Mother with Daniel Craig and has appeared on stage at the NT…
 
Since 2016, Anna Friel has played the title role in the British "Nordic" noir detective series Marcella. In 2017 she won the International Emmy Award for Best Actress for her performance. David caught up with her earlier this year, ahead of the 3rd season to talk about the challenges of playing the character. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy …
 
To start Season 2 David talks to James Nesbitt (Murphy's Law, Jekyll, Bloodlands) about his critically acclaimed portrayal of Ivan Cooper in the award winning Paul Greengrass film Bloody Sunday (2002) about the 1972 shootings in Derry, Northern Ireland. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.…
 
Anne Marie Duff (Shameless, The Virgin Queen, Sex Education) joins David to talk about her role as Margaret Maguire in Peter Mullan’s 2002 film The Magdalene Sisters about three teenage girls, shunned by their shamed families and sent to Magdalene Asylums by the Roman Catholic Church in Ireland. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more infor…
 
Actor, singer, filmmaker and activist Alan Cumming (The Good Wife, Instinct) joins Dave to talk about his long standing relationship with the Kander & Ebb musical Cabaret in which he played the role of the Master of Ceremonies 3 times in London & New York between 1993 and 2015. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.…
 
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