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The Actor Speaks: Volume 5 - Louise Jameson

No. 5 of 10 in the Miscellaneous audio interviews & documentaries series
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Starring: Louise Jameson
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Released:  December 2005
Publisher:  MJTV
Format: 1 x CD

Note:  Volume 5 of The Actor Speaks interview CD series. Volumes 1, 3 and 4 feature Blake’s 7 actors (Gareth Thomas, Jacqueline Pearce and Paul Darrow respectively) so are not featured on this site — however Volume 2 features Elisabeth Sladen (Sarah Jane).

Cover blurb:
"I’m an actrine!"
This 5th Actor Speaks volume focuses on
Louise Jameson

  1. Interview: Out of the Ordinary
    Louise talks about her childhood and how she got into acting. She also discusses her major TV appearances as Leela in Doctor Who, Rosa in EastEnders, as well as Tenko and Bergerac.
  2. I Am There
    A poem by Mark J Thompson, read by Louise.
  3. Q&A
    Louise answers questions sent in by listeners, about Dr. Who, Tenko, Omega Factor, EastEnders and life in general!
  4. Photos
    Louise talks about 6 rare photos that appear in the CD booklet.
  5. Sins of the Mother
    A new play from ‘Soldiers of Love’, MJTV’s audio CD series universe! Why is the all powerful Connie driven to visit the mysterious medium? What terrible shocking secrets do they both hold?
    Connie — Louise Jameson   •   The Medium — Mark J. Thompson
  6. The Gift of Dyslexia
    Louise talks passionately about the issue of dyslexia.
  7. Interview: Tenko — Carte Blanche
    Producer Mark talks to Louise about her time in the BBC TV series ‘Tenko’ about a group of women in a Japanese prisoner war camp in the 1940’s.
  8. Hot Flush
    Louise reads a couple of extracts from the one woman play ‘Hot Flush’ written for her by Helen Goldwyn.
  9. Goblin Market
    Louise talks about her favourite poem, ‘Goblin Market’ by Christina Rossetti and reads extracts from the piece.
  10. Sea of Tranquillity
    A short poem by Patrick Chapman, read by Louise.
  11. Puck’s Last Speech
    Louise rounds off the CD by reciting the first speech she ever learnt from ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’.

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