Lady in the Van

Lady in the Van
Opens 13 November in the UK

Saturday, February 18, 2012

Alex Portraits

There are 5 amazing photographic portraits of Alex on Flickr. You can find them on Lewis K. Bush's photostream.  Please do have a look.
 
I don't have permission to show them here, but if by any chance the photographer is reading, please answer my flickrmail, thank you.

Tuesday, February 14, 2012

Dicken's in London - Woman's Hour Drama

Alex played Charles Dickens in two of the Woman's Hour Dramas last week, in the 'The Sparkler of Albion' and 'The Uncommercial Traveller'.  Hurry, as there's only a day or two to catch them on the iPlayer.


Thursday, February 09, 2012

We'll Take Manhattan - BBC4

This programme will be repeated on BBC 4 on Sunday 12th February at 9pm and on the BBC HD channel on Wednesday the 15th February.

This is a drama which tells the story of David Bailey and Jean Shrimpton, of a wild week, their love affair, terrible fights with their fashion editor - and how two young people with no such intention happened to change the world of fashion forever.

Alex plays John Parsons at Vogue magazine.





Monday, February 06, 2012

Being Human on BBC America

Being Human will be broadcast on BBC America starting on February the 25th. 

Many thanks to Lori from Florida for this information.

Being Human - Episode One

Alex made an appearance in last nights episode of Being Human and here are a few screencaps for you. I hope you all like the uniform.





Note: if you click on the pictures, they will become nice and big.

Friday, February 03, 2012

Being Human - Sunday February 5th on BBC3

Casting news:  Alex will be playing the Head of a Vampire Coven in the new series of Being Human.  It starts this Sunday (5th of February) at 9pm on BBC3 and will follow shortly on the iPlayer.

Nicholas Nickleby - BBC Radio 4 Extra

Alex will be in the radio reading of Nicholas Nickleby which will be broadcast on BBC Radio 4 on weekdays at 2pm.  It should also follow shortly on the iPlayer.

When his father dies, Nicholas Nickleby is forced by his cold-hearted uncle to seek his fortune in the world, away from his loving mother and sister. From the schoolroom cruelty of Dotheboys Hall to treading the boards with flamboyant travelling player Mr Crummles, Nicholas has some remarkable adventures – but all the while, his wicked uncle’s scheming continues. Oliver Milburn, Alex Jennings, Janine Duvitski and Alex Jennings star. Adapted by Mike Walker from Charles Dickens's novel, directed by Jeremy Mortimer and broadcast first in 1999.

Alex is obviously so good they listed him twice!