DESPITE tropical heatwaves, long hours and vicious mosquito bites, Indian Summers star Jemima West still reckons she’s landed the best job on TV. Ask what Indian Summers star Jemima West misses most when she’s on location and the actress, who spends six months a year in the sweltering Malaysian heat, doesn’t hesitate. “I miss fresh air, wearing a coat and feeling the breeze in the evening,” sighs London-based Jemima. “In
A lot has changed for Alice, where do we find her at the start of season 2? Well three years have gone by and Alice is still in India, not in the place we thought we’d left her. She’s married to a man who no one knows is her actual husband that she left behind three years prior to that. He has come back and they are raising their son
BROTHELS, CORSETS, AND WHIPS: AN EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW WITH JEMIMA WEST Interview by Michael J. Lee, Executive Editor for RadioFree.com February 19, 2015 Originally airing in 2010 and running through 2013 over the course of two seasons, the French television series Maison Close follows the exploits of a group of women working at le Paradis, an opulent brothel situated amidst the social revolution of 19th century Paris. The critically and commercially
The cast of Channel 4’s Indian Summers were on the BBC Breakfast sofa this morning (February 12). Jemima West, Nikesh Patel and Henry Lloyd-Hughes were in to talk about the new 10-part drama which starts on Sunday at 9pm.
What was the attraction of Indian Summers? I loved how there are so many stories going on in Indian Summers, including Alice’s own journey. I really got a sense of atmosphere and period and exoticism. I got caught up in it completely. The exoticism and atmosphere must have increased tenfold when you got on set. You imagine it, but then you get to the place, to Penang and these amazing