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The Real George Orwell: Burma on Radio 4 28th January

Posted: Jan, 13, 2013

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The BBC Press Office has shared details of the second part of The Real George Orwell - Burma, in which Joseph plays Eric Blair. It will broadcast from 2.15 - 3pm on Monday 28th January 2013.

After an undistinguished academic career at Eton, Eric leaves in December 1921. Unlike most of his friends, his parents can't afford to send him to university. When the girl he hopes to marry rejects him, he sets sail for Burma to join the colonial police. His experiences in Burma will affect him profoundly. They will give him material for essays such as 'A Hanging' and 'Shooting An Elephant', and his first novel, 'Burmese Days' - and they will begin to shape his political thinking. When he rejects the Empire and returns to England, Blair begins to spend more and more time with the poor.

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The Cazalets: Marking Time new Radio 4 production

Posted: Jan, 13, 2013

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The Radio 4 website has uploaded behind the scenes photos for a new production which Joseph has been recording recently - The Cazalets: Marking Time. The first book in the series, has been recorded and is already being broadcast. The second book Marking Time, which Joseph's character Archie appears in,  will begin broadcast on 18th February 2013. 

Following on from The Cazalets: The Light Years, The Cazalets: Marking Time starts on 18th February and runs until 8th March on BBC Radio 4.

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Holby City: Sun interview and photo

Posted: Jan, 09, 2013

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The Sun website has a brief interview with Joseph and a large photo of him on their website, following his last episode on Holby City last night.

Joseph told TV Biz: “Luc was the most three dimensional of characters and I thank the writers for him. “He is so different from me and although a troubled soul he was and will continue to be an inspiration to me in real life. “I sincerely hope he might find his way back into the world of Holby again one day.”

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Joseph leaves Holby City - Digital Spy interview

Posted: Jan, 09, 2013

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An interview with Joseph shared by Digital Spy confirms sadly that tonight's episode was his last one, he has left Holby City. Read the interview in full on the website.

Luc made his final appearance on the BBC medical drama this evening (January 8) as he vowed to go travelling, with hints that he was heading to India for a reunion with Eddi McKee (Sarah-Jane Potts).

Millson told Digital Spy today: "I enjoyed every moment of my time on Holby City. I believe it is a greatly underappreciated gem in the BBC's crown. Every single department excels, and at its best - tonight's 'Hanssen/Hemingway' episode for example - the writing and production are as good as ANY single dramas out there.

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