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Alec Feldman: The Tweenies’ Sinister Undertones

12th April 2018 | TV

Alec Feldman: The Tweenies’ Sinister Undertones

Alec Feldman recently became a part of a Facebook group dedicated to sharing memes about kids TV shows from the 2000s.

One thing led to another, and before he knew it, he had gone down a YouTube rabbit hole and was watching old episodes of a show called The Tweenies.

For those of you who don’t know, The Tweenies were a set of colourful gigantic people-like things who went to nursery and were told what to do by a clock which had activities instead of numbers on it.

But in the episode Alec watched... the clock BROKE! And this led Alec to make an observation about the sinister undertones of this seemingly innocent TV show.

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Alec Feldman Thinks That The Tweenies Is Sinister

Alec Feldman thinks that the classic children's TV show The Tweenies has sinister undertones. (3 minutes)

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Interview with Thomas Brodie-Sangster

7th April 2018 | TV

Interview with Thomas Brodie-Sangster

If you don’t know about Thunderbirds - where have you been?

The TV show, originally airing in the UK in 1965, followed the Tracy family, five brothers (Scott, Alan, Virgil, Gordon and John) who form the front line members of International Rescue, a secret life-saving organisation. Each member has their own vehicle, named the ‘Thunderbirds’.

When the original series was aired, only 32 episodes were filmed! But now, ITV and CITV have revamped the series with ‘Thunderbirds Are Go - and Series 3 Part 1 is available to watch now, at 8.30am (UK) on CITV and ITV.

We interviewed Thomas Brodie-Sangster who voices John Tracy (the captain of Thunderbird 6) about being involved in the legendary franchise and more.

WR: You voice John Tracy Pilot of Thunderbird 5 in the new series of Thunderbirds Are Go, what is it like to be involved in such a legendary franchise?

TBS: Well for me it’s an honour, I consider it an honour. I’m one of the biggest fans of the show that I know. I’m referring to the old one. So to be able to put my own stamp on Thunderbirds and reintroduce it to a whole new younger audience is very special to me and something I’m so happy to be a part of.

WR: Did you watch Thunderbirds when you were younger and do you have the action figures?

TBS: All of that, yes. I was a Virgil obsessed person. I had a Virgil costume and several Virgil toys and I had all of the Tracy Island Thunderbirds. Except 5.

WR: In Thunderbirds Are Go characters are brought to life in a way that they just couldn’t have been due to technology in the original series. What do…

Interview with Jace Norman

7th April 2018 | TV

Interview with Jace Norman

When high schooler Jeremy Martin puts on mysterious virtual reality glasses at the mall, he suddenly loses his “inside voice” and starts spouting every thought that he has out loud.

Can you imagine that?! Every. Single. Thought.

To make it worse for Jeremy, he is running for student council president against his classmate Milly, who is full of great ideas to improve the school. Desperate to get back to normal, Jeremy and his sister Victoria must figure out how to convince his brain that he can speak up for himself.

That is Nickelodeon’s new Original Movie “BLURT!” – and in the starring rose, as Jeremy Martin, is Jace Norman, who has won the Kids Choice Awards for Favourite Male TV Star for two years in a row for his performance in the leading role in Nick’s series ‘Henry Danger’.

James Gilmore sat down with Jace Norman to discuss his new movie BLURT!, his career so far and handing an award to Shawn Mendes.

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James Gilmore interviews Jace Norman

James Gilmore interviews Jace Norman to discuss his new movie BLURT!, his career so far and handing an award to Shawn Mendes. (9 minutes)