Stan and Ollie Writer, Jeff Pope – Joined Up#96

Episode 96 is an unscheduled bonus episode with award-winning screenwriter, Jeff Pope.

Jeff is a BAFTA winning producer and screenwriter who’s written dozen of superb TV programmes and films – including Philomena, with Steve Coogan, Cradle To The Grave with Danny Baker, Pierrepoint, Little Boy Blue and his most recent film, Stan and Ollie which I was lucky enough to see last week. It stars Steve Coogan and John C Reilly in the untold story of Laurel and Hardy’s british tour in 1953. It’s funny, poignant and I can’t recommend it enough.

Thanks to Ross Owen of The Laurel and Hardy Podcast for setting up the interview and make sure you check out the film here. You can also see the cast and crew interviews I did on the red carpet BFI Premiere, with cameraman, Matt Holt, here.

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About Wayne

Editor and Soundman for MGL Media (@mglmedia) and currently completing debut novel 'Safe Hands'. Love Writing and hosting The Joined Up Writing Podcast. Follow @MrKelly2u or @jupodcast on Twitter and say hello.
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