Archive of category "interview"

Graham appeared in The Sun’s “10 Things You Really Can’t Do Without” feature yesterday. (Sat 14th June 2014)  

The next of Graham’s videos for Anglia News is up:

Anglia News

Graham Cole’s report for Anglia News on Changing Career in Later Life – August 2013

Mustard TV

Graham Cole is interviewed by Mustard TV about his role in The Haunting of Harry Payne.

Graham is appearing as Abanazar in ALADDIN at the Norwich Theatre Royal. You can read more about it and book your tickets here: Norwich Theatre Royal website He was interviewed by Norwich Evening News 24 and you read that here.           Also, you can see a quick video about it:


A couple of quick posts today. – First up, a little interview with Graham on – Graham was also the celebrity auctioneer at a Metropolitan Police Charity Auction.

Toy Appeal

From The Bromley Times: One of the nation’s best-loved television coppers has become the latest celebrity to get behind the Times’ fourth annual Christmas Toy Appeal. Graham Cole, best known to fans as PC Stamp in the long-running cop drama The Bill, backed the campaign when he turned up at the Princess Royal University Hospital, […]

Graham has done an hour-long special with GP Taylor and Nick Battle on Premier Radio. The interview will go out on Saturday 10th July 2010 at 8pm. Premier Christian Radio broadcasts nationally on DAB, Freeview Channel 725 and Sky Digital 0123, and on medium wave across London (1305, 1332, 1413)You can also tune in via […]

Today’s photos were taken at Invasion in Barking, East London on 1st May 2010 and come courtesy of Tim Drury. Tim will also be putting up a podcast of the interview on his website, Tim’s Take On…, which he’s kindly allowing me to re-post to Stampers. In the meantime, check out his website and his […]

Reach on Air

Welcome, Reach on Air listeners! Below in an interview Graham Cole did with Reach on in the wake of the news that The Bill’s been cancelled. It’s split into five parts and is really great chat with him. Plus, Stampers and I get a mention! Thanks, Graham!