David Berry and Tim Downie Live Q&A April 5

If anybody needs to lift their spirits after episode 507, The Ballad of Roger Mac, there will be a fast and furious, packed with thousands of questions Q & A with two silly acting comrades of the show, David Berry and Tim Downie on Sunday, April 5. Both guys are really sweet, as many of you have been joining me on Tim Downie’s bedtime stories can attest at 8pm UK GMT, or Noon PST for me. Great stories to uplift during the lockdown and in. David Berry has been doing a bit of sketch art with his pal Tim as the subject. David is really good, we should hire him for parties.

HINTS: As you know these Q&A sessions are indeed packed by thousands and may crash the servers, no really. It’s happened. If you have burning questions, write them down and put them in your note pad on the phone and have them ready to go. Make sure they are not too long, specific. They will be having to choose a few out of thousands. Cross your fingers.

Please tell me there will be a Duncan Lacroix one again!

Colin McFarlane, AKA Ulysses, has been learning to bake during his lockdown and is starting to blossom and will be trying new adventures in baking this week.

Kisses.

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Colin McFarlane masters bread

1 thought on “David Berry and Tim Downie Live Q&A April 5

  1. Michele

    These two; David Berry and Tim Downie, are a flippin riot! I look forward to their Sunday Outcast Podcasts. I’d watch/listen to just two of them talking like real buddies/mates, but the guests are entertaining too and I love the scene reads. A behind the scenes look at acting is interesting as I’ve never considered it from the actor’s perspective. Keep it up lads!

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