Following the untimely death of actor Verne Troyer, we resurface James Gilmore's interview with the star from 2015
Before Verne Troyer made his name as ‘Mini Me’ in the 1999 hit film ‘Austin Powers’, he was a well-known stunt double. Due to his height, he was in the unique position of being able to stunt for small children, for example in the 1994 film ‘Baby’s Day Out’ when he played the stunt double for one of the baby’s.
Following his sad, untimely death, many people are remembering him for his parts in the likes of ‘Austin Powers’ as well as ‘How the Grinch Stole Christmas’, ‘Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone’ and, even, ‘Keith Lemon: The Movie’ - however, W!ZARD Radio Station founder and presenter James Gilmore is in the unique position of having interviewed him in 2015.
Verne was starring in a low-budget film called ‘Convenience’ about two “idiots” who try to rob a convenience store, but ultimately end up working there. To…
At the end of TeenScope, Kup & Gurr invite you to send in your opinions on the fourth topic. Listen to the discussion now on 10 Minutes More...
Following the recent allegations about Facebook's misuse of data - particularly with the Cambridge Analytica scandal rocking the social network and resulting in founder Mark Zuckerberg taking an 'apology tour' around the media - there has been increased discussion about users deleting the social network all together.
Most users get Facebook when they are 10 years old, although officially the minimum age that a user can have an account on the platform is 13 years old. For some users, particularly young adults, the platform holds memories and data about their entire teenage-hood.
However, some users are suggesting the Facebook's obvious misuse of data is starting to tip them over the edge, with some going as far as deleting their accounts on the service. However, other users are less surprised about the revelations.
In the latest episode of 10 Minutes More (with Kup & Gurr), George Kup and…
The Clean Conversations are presented in partnership with Juno Dawson’s new book, “Clean”.
The Clean Conversations are our series of conversations exploring addiction and the ways it impacts our lives as young adults. The Clean Conversations are presented in partnership with Juno Dawson’s new book, “Clean”.
Award-winning author Juno Dawson has released a new book called 'Clean'. The book follows Lexi, a spoiled socialite who has hit rock bottom. After almost overdosing, her brother stages an intervention and takes her to a rehab clinic for troubled young people.
In the book, Lexi is addicted to drugs – but, addiction in any form is very common and sometimes it is easy to forget the ways that it impacts your life. Whether it’s the use of drugs or even social media, it’s very rare to find somebody that isn’t addicted to something... even if for only a short period of time.
Looking at drugs (which is Lexi’s addiction), the likelihood of ever…
We interview Thomas Brodie-Sangster who voices the role of John Tracy in the new series of Thunderbirds Are Go
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…