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19Mar

The Shadow Hours: new video interview with Tom Riley

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As the date for the online launch of The Shadow Hours approaches, IGN has shared a video interview with Tom Riley, which writer and director Kyle D Higgins hinted at several months ago. The video is embedded below, or watch on the IGN website 

WHY DA VINCI'S DEMONS STAR TOM RILEY DECIDED TO JOIN THE SHADOW HOURS

23Jan

Dry Powder: meet the company promo video

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Hampstead Theatre has shared a promo video for Dry Powder, which opens on Friday 26th January. The video features scenes from rehearsals as well as interviews with the cast, including Tom Riley discussing his character Seth. Tickets for Dry Powder are available via this link

08Sep

Ill Behaviour: new video interview with Tom Riley

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Although Ill Behaviour has finished broadcast on BBC2, it is still available to watch on BBC iPlayer, and can be downloaded from iTunes UK and Germany. In addition, the Ill Behaviour region 2 DVD will be released in the UK this coming Monday, 11th September 2017, and can be pre-ordered from Amazon

07May

Starfish: performances of Tom Riley & Joanne Froggatt keep us powerfully engaged

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This week's TV & Satellite Week magazine, includes Starfish in its pay-per-view film highlights, awarding 4 stars and includes some kind words about Tom's performance as Tom Ray. 

04May

Twitter Q&A May 2017

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Yesterday afternoon, for the first time in a couple of years, Tom had a spontaneous Twitter Q&A for fans. Lots of lucky fans who were online had their questions answered. For those not so lucky fans like me who were working, and not around for the 20 minutes Tom was available, or who are not on Twitter, I storified most of the questions and Tom's responses.

Keep everything crossed that those of us who didn't get to ask Tom our questions yesterday will be online if he ever does another one. 

23Apr

Starfish: new behind the scenes video and interview with Tom

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To promote the DVD and digital release of Starfish tomorrow in the UK, a new still of Tom as Tom Ray has been shared on Facebook, along with a new behind the scenes video. It appears to be the same behind the scenes glimpses shown at October's special screening, and interview with Tom from the premiere.
20Apr

Starfish: Tom Riley interview to promote DVD release

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An audio snippet from one of Tom's interviews at the Starfish premiere last October has been uploaded to Sound Cloud, as part of the promotion for the UK DVD release on Monday 24th April 2017.

In addition, a video interview with Joanne Froggatt and Bill Clark shared on Facebook, also has a very brief glimpse of Tom behind the scenes while filming Starfish in 2015. It isn't clear whether the official Starfish social media team will share the rest of the behind the scenes footage shown at the special screenings last year.

12Feb

The Collection: bewitching new drama boasts an impressive ensemble cast

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Decider has posted a third part from their interview with Tom, chatting about The Collection, now available to stream on Amazon Prime USA. Read it in full here. Tom provides more background to his character's relationship with Nina in the series (video clip showing their bond is at the bottom of this post). 

10Feb

The Collection: the complex role reveals Riley as an actor to watch

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Three interviews with Tom in one day! What a treat! Elle shared their interview with Tom online, and included some kind words about his performance as Claude Sabine: "The complex role also reveals Riley as an actor to watch. He channels Claude's low moments with an intense gravity, just as he's able to unveil the character's more vulnerable side."

10Feb

The Collection: Tom reveals how Oliver Goldstick convinced him to get involved

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It's our lucky day, after a long interview drought! There is another new interview with Tom for Collider, which has been shared online. Tom chats about The Collection, his character Claude, and why he was reluctant to get involved with another TV series after Da Vinci's Demons. Read it in full on Collider.