“He’s like Trump. And I say, it depends who you’re coming out to. But what seems surprising – because it’s unusual to hear women talk like this – is that she also says she loves her face. But isn’t it good to go through the world being utterly yourself? “And I love that.” It doesn’t bother her that she has never been a conventional beauty, even in an industry where that is prized. “By the time I had my periods, when I was 11, I had a 36in bust, which was the focus of much attention from the American soldiers around the place.” I must look alarmed because she adds: “I didn’t mind, I thought it was wonderful.” The alarm on my face increases. I’m lucky that I’m not …” She takes a rare pause. “No, I don’t think I had. “I didn’t get auditions very easily because I hadn’t been to drama school,” she says; it was getting cast for a BBC radio drama “that really set me going”. Last Post by Carol Ann Duffy (read by Samantha Morton) / Music: Satie – Gymnopedie No.3 (excerpt). “I know that we could have a pogrom easily in this country. Watch This: “25th Hour” provides an acting showcase for Edward Norton... Watch This: “Trainspotting” defied cinematic norms and defined a generation. She loved doing public speaking competitions, which she always won (“That was how I first realised that I could entertain, and that was very pleasing”) and at Cambridge she joined the Footlights theatre group, where peers included John Cleese, Eric Idle and Tim Brooke-Taylor. User Ratings (0) ... Do Not Stand At My Grave and Weep. I think it gives you an identity because you can say” – she puts on a grand voice – “‘I am a lesbian.’ It put everything into place. “We live in a bubble of people who don’t care what sexuality people are. “I think love and trust, and telling the truth. Diary Of A Church Mouse by John Betjeman (read by Martin Shaw) / Music: Bach – Sleepers Awake (excerpt) 14. She is. Dulce Et Decorum Est By Wilfred Owen (Read By Ben Whishaw) / Music: Beethoven – Symphony No.7 – 2nd 23 23. “It could be. - Martin Shaw. It was the late 60s, and unusual in those days to be so open. Required fields are marked *. How did she feel about the allegations of antisemitism in the Labour party? I hope to return again next year.The poem \"Do not stand at my grave and weep\", by Mary Frye, was read by Miriam Margolyes.The music is Albioni's \"Adagio\" played by the London Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Adrian Leaper. “I was relieved when she died. Words For You (uk)Artist: Words For YouUPC: 602527247601. Bach - Sleepers Awake (excerpt). “Ian McKellen, my dear friend, and I have this constant difference of opinion because he feels that you should come out [to give encouragement to others]. She likes to work and I do, too. Come Walk With Me by Emily Brontë. Meanwhile, I’ve spotted the remnants of a chewed onion on a plate, which she ate, like an apple, for lunch (“You mean you don’t?”). “I don’t want to be a conventional anything!” she says. 03:20 . I’m disgusted by that government.” She is, she says, alarmed by the rise of rightwing nationalism, and by the anger and hatred she sees on social media. In the 1993 TV film Ed and His Dead Mother. “I look at myself and I feel distressed, anxious, disappointed, envious of people who aren’t [overweight], annoyed that I can’t get clothes to fit.” She was surprised, when she met some gorgeous, empowered women of the body-positive movement, to find that people could be non-skinny and happy. She smiles. And it may not be true.” She says she demands respect. I wished I could be like that.” Making the programme has made her less harsh on herself, she says. A Red, Red Rose by Robert Burns (read by Brian Cox) / Music: Austin Ince & Frankie Hepburn – Colonel 6. Listen to The Lady Of Shalott by Lord Alfred Tennyson. “Poor darling boy,” she says. “Yes, I think it is,” says Margolyes. After university, she sold encyclopedias and worked for a market research company for a couple of years while trying to make it as an actor. Diary Of A Church Mouse by John Betjeman. Stop All The Clocks by W.H. “It’s outrageous. Silver 24. It hurt them too much and it didn’t please me particularly, so I think it was an error.”, A few months later, Margolyes’s mother had a devastating stroke; Margolyes has always believed that her coming out in some way caused it, and she spent the next few years helping to look after her mother. Mozart – Symphony No.50 – 3rd Movement (excerpt) (read by Martin Shaw) / Music: Verdi – La Forza Del 12. “It was a terrible time,” she says. 13. I point out to her that we have been talking for only 10 minutes and already she has answered the phone (to a child, she later finds out) with a terrifying, booming: “Who are you?”. It could be against Jews, it could be against Poles, it could be against Gypsies. Ecclesiastes 3: 1-8 (King James Version) Attributed to King Solomon (read by Geoffrey Palmer) / Music: Vivaldi 2. “I was thrilled!” she shouts.
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