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“There’s just something cool about knowing that you’re standing on the bones of the man you’re portraying” – An Interview with Mark Ryder

Today I am absolutely honoured to have Mark Ryder, who played Cesare Borgia on Canal +’s ‘Borgia’, join me on the blog for an interview. We talk through his thoughts on getting the role, his experiences in Viana and how … Continue reading

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An Interview with Dan Jones

Today I am honoured to have Dan Jones on the blog for an interview. Dan Jones is a well-known and highly respected historian who has written books on the Plantagenets, Wars of the Roses and the Magna Carta. He has … Continue reading

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Mark Ryder: “Cesare Borgia is the most diverse and complex character I have played” (An interview with actor Mark Ryder)

Today I am deeply honoured to be hosting an interview conducted by Dragoș Moldoveanu of the AISR with the fantastic Mark Ryder who plays Cesare Borgia in “Borgia Faith and Fear”. The original interview can be found here. We had the … Continue reading

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"A Cup Of Champagne Prior To Victory" Interview with Ana Ularu from "The Borgias"

I am incredly honoured to host an interview with Ana Ularu whio played Charlotte D’Albret in “The Borgias”. The interview was conducted by my dear friend Dragos Moldoveanu of Asociaţia „Institutul pentru Studii Renascentiste” (The Institute of Renaissance Studies Association – AISR) … Continue reading

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[Looking Back] An Interview With Isolda Dychauk

Looking back again today. Not long ago, the lovely Isolda Dychauk did an interview with me about her role in the second season of Borgia: Faith & Fear. Here is is again! Isolda as Lucrezia in Borgia: Faith & Fear … Continue reading

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