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That Gaby Roslin Podcast
40 minutes | Jan 17, 2022
In this episode Gaby chats with actor Jason Isaacs. They talk about so many of his amazing roles including Captain Hook in 'Peter Pan' and of course Lucius Malfoy 'Harry Potter'. He shares the story of the audition and a secret conversation with JK Rowling about the final instalments of the franchise. He chats about the late-night phone call he received about being in Brit Marling’s 'The OA' on Netflix and how fast he got that part. They talk in depth about his powerful, new film called 'Mass' which is a Sky Original and will be available in cinemas and on Sky Cinema from 20th January. He tells Gaby what his wife really thinks of his singing, what TV shows he sneakily watches under the duvet and being a keen magician. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
51 minutes | Jan 10, 2022
On the episode this week, Gaby chats to Mel Robbins, the author of 'The 5 Second Rule' and her latest book 'The High 5 Habit'. She’s also a motivational speaker and TV and radio host. Her Ted Talks have been watched by tens of millions of people. Her social media is all about support. She is a force to be reckoned with. She is honest about her very tough past, how she felt about herself and how she feels now. They discuss the emotion of jealousy, she talks about the difficult time her daughter went through after leaving University and they look closer at the High 5 Habit and how we can change our lives by simply treating ourselves better, learning to like ourselves and how we should all be showing ourselves respect. She believes our dreams are always calling us. She also shares an extraordinary story about a painting! You’ll have to listen to hear more. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
49 minutes | Jan 3, 2022
Welcome back and a happy hew year!This week Gaby chats to the award winning actress Suranne Jones. They discuss the news that her most recent show “Vigil” on BBC One was one of the biggest dramas of 2021. She gives us an insight to the new season of Gentleman Jack (out later this year) and they talk about her other huge TV shows from Dr. Foster & Coronation Street to Scott & Bailey and her extraordinary performance in the west end's play, Frozen (not the musical). Suranne talks openly about her personal struggles with anxiety, what she does to help herself and how it’s so important for us all to take care of our mental health. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
51 minutes | Dec 20, 2021
In this Christmas special Gaby chats with comedian, writer and actressMiranda Hart. They of course talk about her hugely successful TV show 'Miranda' and talks openly about feeling anxious as the show's popularity grew. She talks about her idols Dawn French and Jennifer Saunders, how Sally Phillips was so supportive of her from the beginning and shares the story of how she got the part of Chummy in BBC One’s 'Call The Midwife'. She beams over working with Alison Janney in the movie 'Spy' and you'll also hear about the 'The Miranda Shop' which sells her own unique merchandise and supports charities who help people living with chronic illness. You can find it online at themirandashop.com. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
45 minutes | Dec 13, 2021
In this episode Gaby chats with the musician and broadcaster Jamie Cullum. They talk about his new album “The Piano Man at Christmas: The Complete Edition” and the idea that he could turn it into a stage musical. He discusses those 'pinch me moments' in his life including playing for the Obamas at the White House, how he felt watching Aretha Franklin rehearsing and he tells the funniest story about visiting Puff Daddy's house with Pharrell Williams and what happened when he arrived in his brand-new gold Nike trainers. They share opinions on jazz-inspired movies like 'The Fabulous Baker Boys' and 'La La Land' and also discuss their shared love of musicals such as 'Come From Away' and 'Matilda'. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
38 minutes | Dec 6, 2021
In this episode Gaby chats with actor Iwan Rheon. Known throughout the world as Ramsay from 'Game of Thrones', he chats all about the show including the infamous scene that his mum hasn’t watched and how it feels to be the villain in one of the biggest TV shows ever made. They talk about his other shows including 'Misfits', 'Grandma’s House' and his wonderful performance on stage in 'Spring Awakening'. He can now be seen in Sky’s new Christmas film, the gorgeous rom-com 'A Christmas Number One' co staring Frieda Pinto. The film is available on Sky Cinema and NOW from 10th December. He also shares his love all things Welsh and how important the Welsh language is to him. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
60 minutes | Nov 29, 2021
Ahead of World Aids Day on 1st December, in this episode Gaby chats to David Furnish - film maker, the chairman of Elton John Aids Foundation, a proud daddy and a genuinely good guy. He talks passionately about the Foundation and the work it does around the globe. Together with his husband Elton John they want to make a difference and strongly believe that every life is precious and no one is left behind. He talks about their boys, the trip they just took to Canada and the family’s favourite card game. They both discuss their love of movies and about the powerful impact that both of the TV shows “It’s A Sin & “Pose” have made over the past year. For more information and to donate go to eltonjohnaidsfoundation.org See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
39 minutes | Nov 22, 2021
In this episode Gaby chats to actress Diane Guerrero, famous for Netflix shows 'Orange is the New Black' and 'Jane the Virgin'. She is one of the stars of Disney’s new animation 'Encanto' which opens in cinemas November 24th 2021 and features incredible new songs by Lin-Manuel Miranda. Diane tells her story of being born in the United States to Colombian parents and when she was just 14 years old, she came home from school to find her parents weren’t there, they were being deported. Diane shares deeply personal stories of being a child of an immigrant family and what life was like growing up alone in America. She talks about her feelings of imposter syndrome and about seeing Meryl Streep at an awards ceremony but being too unconfident to talk to her. She talks excitedly about her upcoming wedding and reveals it may involve some singing! This is a very honest chat and at times heartbreaking, especially when Diane talks about her struggles and what she is trying to do to change people's out of date opinions. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
45 minutes | Nov 15, 2021
In this episode Gaby chats with actress Joanne Froggatt. They talk all about 'Downton Abbey' - the TV show and the movies - the sequel which comes out March 2022 and she gives a few clues about what will be in the highly anticipated second film. She shares the funniest story about when Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge visited the Downton set and how close the cast all are to each other. She talks about leaving home aged 13, starring in 'Coronation street' as a teenager, her phenomenal TV show 'Liar' and the brilliant 'Angela Black' which is available now on the ITV Hub. She also tells Gaby about her Golden Globe win and how she likes to push the narrative for women. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
53 minutes | Nov 8, 2021
In this episode Gaby chats to the wonderful actor, Mark Strong. They talk about the new season 2 of “Temple” available to watch on Sky Max and the streaming service called NOW, his incredible repertoire of work from Shazam, Sherlock Holmes, Robin Hood and Cruella to Zero Dark Thirty and Kingsman and of course Our Friends In the North. He talks about his incredible time in the West End and then on Broadway in the award-winning production of ”A View From The Bridge”, meeting Arthur Miller, and of course they discuss “that” voice you hear when you go to the cinema and now the Covid voice over adverts. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
45 minutes | Nov 1, 2021
In this episode Gaby chats to award-winning actor David Oyelowo. He talks about the outstanding movie 'Selma' where he played Dr Martin Luther King, 'The Waterman' on Netflix which he starred in and also directed, 'Spooks' the BBC TV show, his friendship with Oprah Winfrey and he talks for the first time about a football incident at Robbie Williams’s house in LA. He also tells Gaby a hilariously showbiz story of when Charlize Theron laughed so much that she wet herself in a restaurant! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
62 minutes | Oct 24, 2021
This week Gaby talks to Actor, Singer, Writer, Dancer, DJ, Club Owner and Raconteur Alan Cumming. His stories are compelling and his eclectic mix of showbiz friends is legendary from Liza Minnelli to Kristin Chenoweth. They talk about his award winning performance as the Emcee in Cabaret in the West End and on Broadway, his pen spinning in James Bond’s Goldeneye, 90’s cult film “Romy & Michel’s High School reunion” & “that” dance, Spice World and the joy it brings, playing Eli Gold in the Good Wife and his deeply personal life story that was uncovered on Who Do You Think You Are, which led to him writing his moving and incredible book “Not my father’s son”. He also chats about his brand new book “Baggage: Tales From A Fully Packed Life” on sale 26th October 2021. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
47 minutes | Oct 17, 2021
This week Gaby chats with the lovely Vicky Pattison. They talk about the TV programmes ‘Geordie Shore’ and ‘I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out of Here’ where she found fame. She talks very openly about how it felt to become so famous so quickly. They chat about her gorgeous puppy dog Milo and finding happiness with her boyfriend Ercan. Plus, her acting in the ITV sitcom called ‘Buffering’; her brilliant podcast called ‘The Secret To’, and writing her autobiography, self-help books and a novel. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
54 minutes | Oct 3, 2021
In this episode Gaby chats with another person with funny bones, it’s the brilliantly talented actor and comedian, Ben Miller. He tells some amazing stories! He talks about experiencing weightlessness and wanting to go the moon, and writing his excellent children’s books. This supremely intelligent man has both a science degree And a PHD in Physics from Cambridge and he tells the wonderful story of how he got into the famous Footlights. Plus, his wonderful working relationship with Alexander Armstrong and how he regularly gets mistaken for Rob Brydon. Produced by Cameo Productions, music by Beth Macari. Join the conversation on Instagram and Twitter @gabyroslin #thatgabyroslinpodcast See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
40 minutes | Sep 26, 2021
In this episode Gaby chats with actor Tom Ellis. He talks all about the phenomenal success of the series ‘Lucifer’ and his recent ‘Pop Culture Icon’ award from the Hollywood Critics Association. Plus, filming the upcoming ‘Players’ with 'Jane the Virgin' star Gina Rodriguez and of course playing Gary in 'Miranda'. He also talks about karaoke, his love of golf and his friendship with James Corden, and Luke Evans. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
58 minutes | Sep 19, 2021
In this episode Gaby chat with comedian Josh Widdicombe. They talk about his brilliant book called ‘Watching Neighbours Twice a Day’ and reminisce about all things 90’s including his love of Jet from 'Gladiators'. Plus, his hilarious podcast ‘Parenting Hell’ with Rob Beckett, 'Taskmaster', 'The Last Leg' and how he feels TV has changed over the years. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
49 minutes | Sep 12, 2021
In this episode Gaby chats with actress and singer Cynthia Erivo. They chat about her work on stage in ‘The Colour Purple’, her Oscar nominated performance in the film ‘Harriet’, and her Emmy nominated performance in the series called ‘Genius’ in which she plays Aretha Franklin. She tells the most incredible story about when she actually met Aretha Franklin. Plus, her friendship with Michaela Coel who gave her her first speaking role in the show called ‘Chewing Gum’. She talks about her new children’s book called ‘Remember to Dream, Ebere’ out 28th September, her incredible album Ch.1 Vs. 1, out 17th September and starring as the Blue Fairy in Disney’s upcoming film ‘Pinocchio’. Do not miss her sensational singing right at the end of this episode! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
62 minutes | Sep 5, 2021
In this episode Gaby chats to the global superstar singer/songwriter Anastacia. They talk about her love for musical theatre, performing with one of her heroes Celine Dion, and what advice Pavarotti gave her. They discuss her survival from breast cancer and various health issues which she is always so open about in order to help others. Plus, she shares some amazing stories after 20 years in the music industry and what she has been up to recently writing & performing the title track in a new film called ‘American Night’, along with her plans to release new music and tour in 2022.For more information on the sponsor of this episode:LinkedIn Jobs - to post a job for free visit www.linkedin.com/GABY Terms and conditions apply.For more information on the sponsor of this episode:Start your language journey with 25% OFF at www.michelthomas.com use discount code GABY at checkout to claim 25% OFF any Michel Thomas course Produced by Cameo Productions, music by Beth Macari. Join the conversation on Instagram and Twitter @gabyroslin #thatgabyroslinpodcast See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
44 minutes | Sep 5, 2021
We are back for Season 2 with more fantastic guests! Kicking off with Cher herself, Alicia Sliverstone! They of course chat about Clueless and stay tuned to hear about the cast reunion. She talks about her love of theatre and acting on Broadway. She also talks about her love of animals, ethically responsible shopping, and how veganism changed her health for the better. Plus, her books ‘The Kind Diet’ and ‘The Kind Mama', and her passion for organic food ingredients in her ‘mykind Organics’ vitamins. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
34 minutes | Jul 11, 2021
Carrie Hope Fletcher
In this episode Gaby chats to the talented actress, singer, best-selling author and extremely popular vlogger Carrie Hope Fletcher. She is currently starring in the new Andrew Lloyd Webber and Emerald Fennell’s version of ‘Cinderella’ on stage. Carrie talks about returning to the stage after such a long wait, how she prepares for such a performance and the power of live theatre. Plus, she chats about writing a musical with her brother Tom Fletcher and what she thought of his wife Giovanna taking on the jungle in ‘I’m a Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here’. She talks out passionately against body shaming particularly for young audiences, and stay tuned to hear whether or not she would stand for parliament.For more information on the sponsor of this episode:Start your language journey with 25% OFF at www.michelthomas.com use discount code GABY at checkout to claim 25% OFF any Michel Thomas course Produced by Cameo Productions, music by Beth Macari. Join the conversation on Instagram and Twitter @gabyroslin #thatgabyroslinpodcast See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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