Series 3, Episode 3
Javone Prince interview
Javone Prince talks to us about his role in this episode:
Which historical figure do you play?
I play is Mordred, from the legend of King Arthur.
How much did you know about them before taking on this role?
I knew a little bit about the story of King Arthur, because it was always on TV when I was young. I must confess that I never read a book.
So I had an idea of story before I took on the role. I was excited to do it because I enjoyed it as a child. And everybody likes to play with swords!!!!
What was it like having to mime along to the storyteller's words?
At first it was a bit difficult. But enjoyable at the same time, because you have to mime the words of a drunk celebrity trying their best to retell a historical story with slurred words and bit of embellishment, and their interpretation of the characters.
Next time, would you be up for getting drunk and being a storyteller, or is the prospect of a hangover too scary to contemplate?
I wouldn't like to get drunk on television and tell a historical story. I'm not a very good drunk. I always have very bad hangovers the next day and also I can't remember what I did.
Are you interested in history?
I never really paid a lot of attention at school because I thought it was boring, but my favourite subject was History. I loved it because I would imagine that I was there.
If you had a time machine, which time period would you most like to go back to, and why?
I would go back to the beginning of the Second World War, because it seems like there was lots going on in the world at the time. The events that lead to the build-up of the war. I also would be very very scared.
Meanwhile, if you could have a night down the pub with historical figures, who would you invite?
If I had one night in a pub and I had to invite people from history it would have to be Michael Jackson. I'll get him to teach me all his dancing moves. Plus, Malcolm X, Prince, Gene Wilder, and Charlie Chaplin, because he is a genius.
- Wednesday 22nd March 2017
- Comedy Central
- 30 minutes
- Thursday 23rd March 2017 at 11:00pm on Comedy Central
- Friday 24th March 2017 at 11:30pm on CC Extra
- Sunday 26th March 2017 at 2:00am on Comedy Central
- Monday 27th March 2017 at 1:00am on CC Extra
- Monday 27th March 2017 at 11:00pm on Comedy Central
- Wednesday 3rd May 2017 at 10:30pm on Comedy Central
- Saturday 6th May 2017 at 1:05am on CC Extra
Cast & crew
|Stephanie Pratt||Lady of the Lake|
|Tom Bennett||Eric Liddell|
|Tom Rosenthal||Harold Abrahams|
|Matthew Steer||Scipio Africanus "Sam" Mussabini|
|Lucy Middleditch||8 Year old Girl|
|Dominic English||Writer (Additional Material)|
|Andrew Brereton (as Andy Brereton)||Exec Producer|
|Louise Holmes||Exec Producer|
|Matt Tiller||Exec Producer|
|Jo Sutherland||Production Designer|
|Nick Murray Willis||Animation|
|Ben Bee||Director of Photography|
|Adam Morris||1st Assistant Director|
|Sally Broome||Casting Director|
|Lucy Williams||Costume Designer|
|Juliette Tomes||Make-up Designer|
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