Bookshelfie: Claire Danes

Women’s Prize for Fiction Podcast

By Women's Prize for Fiction/ Bird Lime Media

Bookshelfie: Claire Danes

Thursday, 28 October

Iconic actor Claire Danes talks to our new host Zawe Ashton about the messy female protagonists that have had a positive impact on her life.  


Claire Danes is one of the most celebrated actors working today - and the winner of multiple Golden Globes, Emmys and an Oscar. From her portrayal of a totally fresh and cool Juliet in Baz Luhrmann’s legendary adaptation of Romeo and Juliet, to her Emmy-winning performance in the 2009 film Temple Grandin, or her 9 year run as CIA agent Carrie Mathison on HBO’s Homeland. The range of work that Claire has produced is nothing short of exceptional - every single performance a reflection of her talent, intelligence and complexity.


Claire’s book choices are: 

** Goodnight Moon by Margaret Wise Brown

** A Wrinkle in Time by Madeleine L’Engle

** Anagrams by Lorrie Moore

** Autobiography of a face  by Lucy Grealy … and... Truth and Beauty  by Ann Patchet

** The Journalist and the Murderer by Janet Malcolm


Zawe Ashton, acclaimed actress, director, playwright and author, will host the new season of the chart-topping Women’s Prize for Fiction Podcast, launching with a double episode release: a conversation with award-winning actress Claire Danes, and a conversation with bestselling novelist Candice Carty-Williams. The new Women’s Prize podcast season continues to celebrate the best books written by women, by interviewing inspirational women about the books that have most influenced their life and career.

 

Make sure you listen and subscribe now, you definitely don’t want to miss the rest of Season Four.

 

This podcast is sponsored by Baileys and produced by Bird Lime Media.




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