Just a reminder that David Tennant will be a special guest on the Janice Forsyth Show on BBC Radio Scotland this morning on Saturday, 7th July, from 10.05am and the Scotman.com has few snippets about the show on their news site.
Paraphrased from the Scotman.com:
David talks about performing in plays as being “utterly terrifying”. He felt so “scared” and “ill”, that it made him question why he had chosen to do it at all .. but when it was over he had wanted to do it again.
Janice’s hugely popular Saturday show, described as “a lively mix of current releases and classic hits with celebrity guests” has run for 18 years, but earlier this year it was announced that the programme was to be axed to make room for more daytime sport and news coverage. The move has angered listeners across Scotland and beyond, and the campaign to save the show has been supported by the likes of Edwyn Collins (frontman of Orange Juice), Alex Kapranos of Franz Ferdinand, writer Ian Rankin and Deputy First Minister Nicola Sturgeon. Even Hollywood-based Scots actor Alan Cumming has leant his support to a petition in protest of the BBC’s move. Sadly the protests fell on deaf ears and the Janice Forsyth Show finishes on Saturday 14th July.