Distinct Nostalgia

Kelly's Heroes - Craig Kelly catches up with friend and Benidorm star Julie Graham

September 01, 2020 MIM
Distinct Nostalgia
Kelly's Heroes - Craig Kelly catches up with friend and Benidorm star Julie Graham
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Distinct Nostalgia
Kelly's Heroes - Craig Kelly catches up with friend and Benidorm star Julie Graham
Sep 01, 2020
MIM


For the past few weeks we've been running a special series - Kelly's Heroes with Queer as Folk star Craig Kelly.

In each programme, Craig catches up with one of his famous friends to reminisce about old times and check in on how they're coping with life during these strange times.

In this fourth programme we're showcasing, Craig meets friend and Benidorm star Julie Graham.

Craig says: Julie talks to me from her house in Brighton. We chat about her catchphrase 'Hello baby', the time at the Donmar Warehouse in our sell out play Helpless, where knickers were actually thrown at the curtain call and when Sam Mendes brought his recently won oscars backstage at press night as one of the actors snatched the Oscar from his hand to practice their acceptance speech in the mirror. We also talk about working with national treasure Martin Clunes multiple times and wandering around hotel corridors naked in the middle of the night. We discuss how she wrote and got her online TV series Dun breedin' made and aired during lockdown.

Julie also tells me her fantasy dinner party guests, why she wants her next part to be a clairvoyant, how much fun those Peugeot 106 ads were and of course reveals and sings her favourite song.

If you like Kelly's Heroes, you can hear regular weekly interviews by searching for 'Kelly Heroes' wherever you get your podcasts.

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From now onwards you can enjoy 4 NEW Distinct Nostalgia shows every single week

Tuesday is specials day and for the next few weeks it's the home of Kelly's Heroes with Queer as Folk star Craig Kelly.

Thursday is now Distinct Nostalgia soap day. Loads of retro soap chat with the actual stars who were there ... 

The regular Distinct Nostalgia programme moves to Saturdays with a variety of shows celebrating all our tv and film yesterdays.

And then we’ve the Distinct Nostalgia Mind of the Month Quiz with Andy Hoyle on Sundays. (note: the quiz is taking a break during September). Look out for details of its temporary replacement)

Distinct Nostalgia - 4 Times A Week plus a treasure trove of programmes to listen to any time at DistinctNostalgia.com



Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/distinctnostalgia)

Show Notes


For the past few weeks we've been running a special series - Kelly's Heroes with Queer as Folk star Craig Kelly.

In each programme, Craig catches up with one of his famous friends to reminisce about old times and check in on how they're coping with life during these strange times.

In this fourth programme we're showcasing, Craig meets friend and Benidorm star Julie Graham.

Craig says: Julie talks to me from her house in Brighton. We chat about her catchphrase 'Hello baby', the time at the Donmar Warehouse in our sell out play Helpless, where knickers were actually thrown at the curtain call and when Sam Mendes brought his recently won oscars backstage at press night as one of the actors snatched the Oscar from his hand to practice their acceptance speech in the mirror. We also talk about working with national treasure Martin Clunes multiple times and wandering around hotel corridors naked in the middle of the night. We discuss how she wrote and got her online TV series Dun breedin' made and aired during lockdown.

Julie also tells me her fantasy dinner party guests, why she wants her next part to be a clairvoyant, how much fun those Peugeot 106 ads were and of course reveals and sings her favourite song.

If you like Kelly's Heroes, you can hear regular weekly interviews by searching for 'Kelly Heroes' wherever you get your podcasts.

...................................................................
From now onwards you can enjoy 4 NEW Distinct Nostalgia shows every single week

Tuesday is specials day and for the next few weeks it's the home of Kelly's Heroes with Queer as Folk star Craig Kelly.

Thursday is now Distinct Nostalgia soap day. Loads of retro soap chat with the actual stars who were there ... 

The regular Distinct Nostalgia programme moves to Saturdays with a variety of shows celebrating all our tv and film yesterdays.

And then we’ve the Distinct Nostalgia Mind of the Month Quiz with Andy Hoyle on Sundays. (note: the quiz is taking a break during September). Look out for details of its temporary replacement)

Distinct Nostalgia - 4 Times A Week plus a treasure trove of programmes to listen to any time at DistinctNostalgia.com



Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/distinctnostalgia)