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Breaking Down Everything From the Season 4 Premiere
by Alison Herman and Miles Surrey | The Ringer | March 17, 2019
The Ringer’s Alison Herman and Miles Surrey break down the first episode of ‘Billions’ Season 4: “Chucky Rhoades’s Greatest Game.” They discuss Chuck attempting to drum up good will after being ousted as attorney general and the ongoing battle between Axe Capital and Taylor Mason Capital.
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The Most Requested Guest Who Hasn’t Appeared…Until Now
by Gingersnap | damian-lewis.com | March 16, 2019
Exclusive! Our team and other Billions fans have been asking show-runner and co-creator Brian Koppelman when he was was going to have Damian guest appear on his podcast, The Moment with Brian Koppelman. I know our team has asked Brian when Damian would guest appear on a consistent basis. We got a hint this morning when Brian tweeted:
I am en route to record a podcast that folks on here have been asking for since 2015. Can’t wait to do it. And to post it Tuesday. Pics to come later today. This is the most requested guest who hasn’t yet appeared for sure.
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There’s a Sincerity to the Cynicism of a Gangster
by Gingersnap | damian-lewis.com | March 14, 2019
Bomani welcomes the co-creator of Showtime’s “Billions” Brian Koppelman back to the show ahead of the premiere of Season 4 on Sunday 3/17. They discuss how he’s humanized the billionaire class, the range of casting in the show (15:39), how much he’s enjoyed working on it (33:02) and whether or not either of them would change if they became “billionaires” (41:51).
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The Josephine Hart Poetry Programme
by Gingersnap | damian-lewis.com | November 8, 2018
In 2008, Josephine Hart (who died in 2011), explored the work of great poets with the unforgettable verse from the trenches of the First World War. She was joined live at the British Library by the actors Robert Hardy, Daniel Stevens, Damian Lewis and Elizabeth McGovern who give voice to the suffering, sarcasm, wit, and loss expressed by the poets of the Great War.
We are pleased to hear programmes from the BBC radio archive that traces the impact the First World War had upon poets, both soldiers, and those left behind. Listen to actors read some of the most profoundly moving artistic responses to the terrible impact of war ever written.
Click here to listen. The Josephine Hart segment appears to begin at 16:00, Damian is introduced around 17:55, and Damian begins reading the poem My Company by Sir Herbert Read around 26:00.
For more poetry readings by Damian, visit our Fan Fun page.