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What I’m doing next. Peter Ustinov’s largely forgotten play is about the mechanics of toppling governments, the pretences of war and the power of propaganda.
wrestlergirl21 asked: Hi, I enjoy the gallifrey audios you appear in i just started listening to them what other audios do you appear in?
Anonymous asked: Hello, Mr Richardson. Thanks a lot for answering my previous question. By the way it was really nice to know that you like Boris Akunin's novels :) And in connection with it I wanted to ask, is there any place where you'd like to travel, but didn't get a chance to do so? With love, Liza.
Anonymous asked: Hello, Mr Richardson. Thank you for answering the previous question. I can't but agree with you about "proper" paper books. A book is not quite real if you can't touch a page. Well, my question is somehow inspired by the book on my bedside-table: who is your favourite historical figure? One you admire or maybe even would like to meet? And do you have a person who inspires you...
Anonymous asked: Hope you had fun in Budapest! Also, love the 'stache!
envyincarnate asked: Hello! I'm a huge Doctor Who fan, as well as a writer and hope to be a professional actor one day. I understand you may have answered this, or decided not to answer it in the past, but do you have any advice on auditioning for Big Finish audio dramas/writing stories for them? What is the process on that?
I’m going to run out of ancient photo’s soon….Then what will I post?
Look out for my chum David Warner in tonight’s Dr. Who. He sings…apparently…
Anonymous asked: Hello, Mr Richardson. First of all, thank you for answering the previous question. Hope, that life without tuna sandwiches is not too sad.:) And the question is about literature. Have you ever come across any books featuring Braxiatel? And what do you enjoy reading in general? Have you tried reading Russian literature? Best regards, Mary.
shenmiboshi asked: Hello Mr Richardson, in one of your previous asks you mentioned visiting Rumania (Romania?) can you possibly tell of your experiences there? I've been curious for a while as to what Romania is like ^^ Also, for a more Brax related question, hmm if it was possible for you to write a story where Brax could meet any version of The Doctor which incarnation would you want to choose and why? Thank...
Just finished recording ‘The Picture of Dorian Grey’. What larks! Alex Valhos and Scott Handcock make the thing very pleasurable. I’d never been in a brothel before…
Anonymous asked: Hello, Miles. First of all, thank you for satisfying my curiosity! Answering my question you've mentioned "The Philosophy Steamer". I started to read this book and only then I realized that your Great-grandfather was known Russian philosopher. I've remembered that I've already read quite a few of his works and even I had a question about him in one of the exams at my...
garputhefork asked: I've heard rumors that you're a good cook. Got a recipe you cook better than anyone else? Mind sharing the recipe? (I'd be glad to swap.)
fatalcookies asked: Dear Mr. Richardson -- I hope you are not betting upon my disappointment. As horrendously attracted as I am to the Braxiatel character, I am just as much enamored by how well-spoken, fun, and kind you are with your fans - and I am sure I speak for a good number of Gallifans, to say as much. Personally, it is among my aspirations to one day shake your hand and tell you how cool you are. And! To ask...
Anonymous asked: Hello, Miles. Addressing you for the first time, I'd like to express my admiration for you work. And I do love your voice. Also, your blog is a marvel. You seem to really like answering questions.:) Here is mine. I accidently bumped into your youtube account and there was series of videos, that include "Ghost Club" and two hilarious stories about proctologist. So, was it some sort...
fatalcookies asked: Few notes: Your representation of Braxiatel has left me in floods of tears more than once, so I can promise - that is nothing new; I am worried now, sir, what you might have seen on my blog, as I try to keep up quality, but am sure I've also written some complimentary yet unchaste things, esp. concerning your voice (in my defense, most of the Gallifandom has); and last, I promise I will stop...
zetasigma asked: Hello Mr. Richardson. I'm currently taking a Shakespeare class at university (my last before graduating) and have been enjoying watching many different adaptations of the plays both on stage and in movie form. I was wondering if there are any video recording of the plays you were in during your time with the Royal Shakespeare Company. I would love to watch them. Many thanks. ~Lela
janeturenne asked: Hello Miles! Inspired by one of your earlier asks: if Brax /were/ to have his own series, when in his lives would you most like it to be set, and what kinds of stories would you like it to tell? Which parts of his history and facets of his personality do you have the most fun playing? Thanks! --Jane
Anonymous asked: So as you asked for questions: what do you MAKE of Doctors? Because, well, honestly, I have no clue! I'm not entirely sure IT knows what to make of it!
fatalcookies asked: Mister Richardson -- having sat here for ten minutes trying to think up some delightfully in-depth question, I have come up with nothing. But sitting on your page for that for has given me great pleasure, regardless, so thank you for that! I hope that all is well with you and, in the interest of asking -something-, I will settle for this: do you imagine that Braxiatel prefers to keep clean-shaven,...
Anonymous asked: Hello, Mr. Richardson! What are your thoughts on fanfiction?
gluecookie asked: Do you have a favorite story with Braxiatel?
ramon-salamander asked: ((Hi there, Mr. Richardson! My friends in the Gallifandom and in other aspects of the Doctor Who fandom have turned me into quite a big fan of yours and of Brax's. Unfortunately, I have yet to hear the audios, something I hope to do soon, but I've heard lots of nice and awesome things! I hope you're having a great time here on Tumblr and I hope people are being very nice to you!...
whenyousayrun asked: After the latest post, I have to ask, are you playing Sir Henry Wotton on the stage or on any recorded media that we who don't live on the British Islands can hope to partake in? Because I have to say, you seem like the perfect choice for the role.
Anonymous asked: Hi Miles, I'm writing to say thanks for a decade of Braxiatel, he's been a delight and you've always been note-perfect. I just wanted to ask if there's ever been - to your knowledge - any plan to regenerate him? He's the longest-serving incarnation of any Time Lord, now. Or you are. Or summat. Many thanks, Iain
Anonymous asked: Hello Miles! I was just wondering how it was like working with Katie McGrath and Angel Coulby? I loved you in Dancing on the Edge and A Princess for Christmas by the way!
I like questions, if only that I am forced to provide an answer. So, come on…ask! If only for the fact that I will soon run out of ancient photo’s to post.
I now seem to have 253 followers. I must try harder to post something interesting. So….Well, um, I did an episodes of ‘Doctors’ last week…That’s about it. I will be playing Sir Henry Wotten in “The Picture of Dorian Gray” next week, with Alexander Vlahos in the title role. That might be news worthy. I might just have to post some more ancient pictures of...
Anonymous asked: Hello Miles. Some time ago you posted a picture of your grandfather who lived in Russia. So I wanted to ask if you can speak and understand Russian just a little bit? And also thanks a lot for your amazing acting in "Gallifrey" and "Bernice Summerfield" series. You did indeed a great job! With love from Russian fan. Liza.
lufiemstark asked: Hello, Miles. I have a question about Benny series around season 10 and hope you can answer :). Irving turned out to be obsessive about protecting Benny for his plan to 'save the universe'. But did he cared about her safety for persenal feelings(them being a friend and all that) as well?
Anonymous asked: Hi Miles just want to say I (we) think you are fantastic in Dancing on the Edge, brilliant. LinkedIn was taking too long so found your blog to send this. Much love Amelda & John xxx Sorry it's not a question.