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Holby City: Series 14 'When The Hangover Strikes'

Posted: Dec, 30, 2011

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The Holby City website have uploaded this photo, with Joseph as Luc Hemingway, and a synopsis from next week's episode - 'When The Hangover Strikes'

Eddi is suffering with the effects of the previous night's New Year's celebration. She doesn't get much time to feel sorry for herself, though, when she finds Rachel, a hung-over and freezing woman who has passed out. Eddi takes her under her wing, but comes to loggerheads with Luc when he disagrees on her course of treatment, creating a huge rift between them.

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Holby City: Radio Times interview

Posted: Dec, 07, 2011

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There is a great interview with Joseph, along with two gorgeous photos by Garry Lake, on the Radio Times website. He talks about Holby City, Campus and what's coming up next year...Read it in full on the website.

Of Campus - Millson speaks enthusiastically of a rehearsal and improvisation process that enabled the close-knit cast to have more creative input than normal on a TV project. Sadly, a second series was not to be - “which is very confusing because it was commissioned – it was written, I believe - and then at the 11th hour dropped by Channel 4...

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Holby City: TV Choice interview

Posted: Nov, 01, 2011

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Several TV magazines have various articles and interviews with Joseph about his first episode as Luc Hemingway in next week's Holby City. Thanks to Lorna for the scans, they have been added to the galleries. 

One of the interviews, with TV Choice, can be read in full on their website. 

Is there a role that you’d love to play?

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Rocket to the Moon: interview on Radio 3 Twenty Minutes

Posted: May, 17, 2011

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There is a brief interview with Joseph on the Radio 3 programme 20 minutes which explores the history of the theatre interval. Joseph reveals his Rocket to the Moon interval routine - cup of tea and chocolate. It was broadcast last week and is available to listen again on BBC iPlayer until tomorrow. Listen quick - thanks to Amanda on Facebook for spotting it.

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