2017 Appearances

Press Updates – Guerrilla & Born to Kill

We will be keeping track of Daniel Mays’s press appearances and articles for Guerrilla (Sky Atlantic and Showtime) and Born to Kill (Channel 4) right here:


Friday 7 April: The One Show – 7PM BBC One (episode will be available via BBC iPlayer shortly after broadcast)


Courtesy of BBC The One Show

Saturday 8 April: Soccer AM – 9:45 AM Sky Sports 1 & Sky1 (if you miss it, tune in an hour later at 10:45AM on Sky1 +1). Watch Danny’s ‘It’s a Pen Ting’!

Thursday 13 April: Good Morning Britain ITV

Wednesday 18 April: Lorraine ITV

Sunday 30 April: Sunday Brunch Channel 4 9AM


Thursday 13 April:

Edith Bowman at Breakfast  Airs 6-10AM on Virgin Radio. (program will be available online shortly after broadcast)

BBC 5 Live Afternoon Edition Airs 1-4PM on BBC Radio 5 (program will be available online shortly after broadcast). If you listen to anything, this is THE interview.  A very rich and in-depth conversation with Danny. BBC Radio 5 Extras has just Danny’s interview now online.

Saturday 15 April: Loose Ends – 18:15PM BBC Radio 4

Monday 17 April: BBC Front Row  will have a review of Born to Kill.

Wednesday 18 April: BBC Radio Scotland 14:00PM (program will be available online shortly after broadcast).

Thursday 20 April: BBC Radio Wales at 13:15PM

Wednesday 26 April: Steve Wright in the Afternoon BBC Radio 2 at 2PM (will be available shortly after broadcast) Danny’s interview is just after 2 hour 30 minute mark.

Online articles:

8 April: Sun TV magazine
              Whats On TV

9 April: Mail on Sunday – Event Magazine

10 April: Daily Express

12 April: Belfast Telegraph

16 April: Daily Mail – Born to Kill

Sunday Mirror Notebook Magazine

The Sun Fabulous Magazine

18 April: Heat Magazine’s The Unmissables podcast

19 April: The Sun

20 April: The Version

BBC Newsbeat


21 April: Daily Express

Radio Times

3 May : A Stab in the Dark podcast

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2017 Empire Awards

Daniel Mays attended the 2017 Empire Awards on Sunday March 19th at the Roundhouse in London.

From Empire Magazine’s red carpet blog (4:42PM): Daniel Mays talking about how he got the role for the multi-nominated Rogue One. “I was on a half-term break with my kids in Devon. No audition, but I had to have a Skype chat with them from an NCP car park. It was completely surreal.”

Danny and Anne-Marie Duff presented Tom Hiddleston and Hugh Laurie with the Best TV Series award for The Night Manager.

A few photos from the evening:


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Royal Television Society Awards

The Royal Television Society (RTS) Awards ceremony was held last evening 21 March at the Grosvenor House Hotel in London. Line of Duty series 3 was nominated for two awards:

  • Drama Series
  • Writer Drama – Jed Mercurio

Commiserations were in order for Line of Duty as Happy Valley won both of those categories.

Photos from the evening:

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