In the fifth interview in The Telegraph and Audible’s '30 minutes with…' interview series, journalist Matthew Stadlen talks to Rupert Everett about Hollywood stardom, the challenges of being a actor and the addictive and fickle nature of fame. Everett also talks about growing up as a Catholic boy, fear of AIDS in the 1980s and the impact that being openly gay has had on his career.Everett (born 29 May 1959) is a British actor and writer.
"30 minutes more with Rupert"
In the first interview in the new monthly audio interview series presented by The Telegraph, Matthew Stadlen talks to British historian Simon Schama about his heritage, religious beliefs and views on Israeli policy. Schama also reflects on his childhood, his desires to become a historian and storyteller, and the importance of visual art in his field. Simon Michael Schama, CBE (born 13 February 1945) is a British historian specialising in art history and French history.
"fine and well balanced documentary"
In the second interview in the monthly audio interview series presented by The Telegraph, Matthew Stadlen talks to the actor about his obsession with smell, growing up in Swaziland and the importance of keeping a diary. Richard E. Grant also reflects on his allergy to alcohol, the success of his marriage, and his breakdown at the age of 41.
In the fourth interview in Audible and The Telegraph's '30 Minutes With...' series, Emilia Fox talks to Matthew Stadlen about being part of an acting dynasty, how she started out and how she handles being ever in the media spotlight. In this entrancing interview, Fox reflects on a decade as the star of Silent Witness and what it's like to first experience a real-life autopsy. Emilia Fox is a renowned star of stage and screen and has acted in film, television and theatre.
"I normally view her as reserved."
In the third revealing interview in the series 30 Minutes with..., Matthew Stadlen talks to Sir Richard Eyre, the British theatre, opera, film, and television director about life at the helm, the skills of his trade and his time running the National Theatre. Sir Richard also speaks candidly about his relationship with his father, his mother's Alzheimer's, and his own experience of depression. Sir Richard is one of the leading directors of his generation and has worked with Dame Judi Dench, Sir Ian McKellen, and Liam Neeson among many others.