Jeremy Irons was a guest on the Spanish TV show ‘El Hormiguero’ on Wednesday 9 April 2014.
Watch Jeremy’s entire appearance on the show HERE at the Antena3 website.
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Original article and photos from the Mail Online
Jeremy Irons and Sinead Cusack were in Madrid, Spain the weekend after Jeremy’s birthday in 2012. Jeremy was in town to participate in a TimesTalks Madrid interview on Friday 21 September.
Jeremy Irons was interviewed on Friday 21 September 2012, by New York Times London-based reporter Matt Wolf. The interview lasted one hour and covered Jeremy’s most recent films The Words and Trashed, as well as The Borgias. The final 15 minutes of the hour was devoted to audience questions.
The interview was live streamed on timestalksmadrid.com (though with several technical glitches that shut off the feed). The interview can be see On Demand on timestalksmadrid.com
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Jeremy Irons at Talks Times Madrid will be Friday, September 21, at 21:00.
The Academy Award-winning actor talks with New York Times London-based reporter Matt Wolf about his career and current projects, including the new film The Words, the TV series “The Borgias,” and the new environmental documentary he appears in and produced, Trashed. Watch the conversation Live on September 21st 3 – 4 pm EDT/21:00 – 22:00 CEST
Madrid hosts on 21, 22 and 23 September at the Teatro Fernan Gomez , a series of interviews conducted journalists from The New York Times featuring the personalities of international culture.
Along with Jeremy Irons, other big names such as Juan Antonio Bayona, Tori Amos, Tom Hiddleston, Alison Klayman, Ben Zeitlin and Julie Taymor will be the subjects of these conversations that come to Madrid for the first time.
David Carr, Raphael Minder, Jon Pareles and Matt Wolf will be the journalists responsible for interviewing these provocative and surprising guests.
These talks will be broadcast via streaming through the website of The New York Times .
Audiences can attend the talks live in Guirau Chamber of Fernan Gomez. Tickets are free but must be ordered through the website of the theater.