Bafta Rising Star nominee Jack Lowden. 'Location: With Thanks to Leith Theatre Trust 28-30 Ferry Road, Leith, EH6 4AE.

Jack Lowden interview

The Bafta Rising Star nominee on fame, films and the future - From Black Watch to playing Lord Darnley in Mary Queen of Scots and a wrestler in Fighting with My Family - the Borders-born actor talks to Janet Christie about acting, activism and stepping behind the camera

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Lesley Manville stars with Liam Neeson in Ordinary Love

Lesley Manville on her new movie with Liam Neeson, Ordinary Love

Ever since her Oscar nomination for Phantom Thread, work has been flooding in for Lesley Manville, finally letting US audiences see the talent evident on stage, screen and TV here for decades. The actor talks to @JanetChristie2 about new film Ordinary Love with Liam Neeson, and taking the opportunities that come her way
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Roland Mouret at Maggie's Edinburgh, which he has been visiting since 2017

Roland Mouret teams up with Maggie's

The ambassador for the charity talks to Janet Christie about the importance of Maggie’s and why he is proud to cut cloth like a butcher, as he and his friend Marc Almond turn out to help raise £310,000
Ardal O'Hanlan by Debra Hurford Brown

Ardal O’Hanlon: I had to distance myself from Father Ted after it finished

Irish comic and actor Ardal O’Hanlon is showing off again. It’s his job. From his home in Dublin he’s regaling me with tales of filming in the Caribbean for his current top-rating tropical telly ‘tec show Death in Paradise, starring as dimwit priest Dougal in one of British comedy’s most loved TV shows, Father Ted, filming with Christopher Lee in a graveyard in Stirling and stacking up street cred with his turn in hit teen comedy drama Skins and now in his new stand-up show, called appropriately The Showing Off Must Go On.

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