Cate’s episode from Eli Roth’s History of Horror has finally aired. She also appeared in a tiny clip from Earthshot London 2021. And will also appear in the final episode of series 4 of BBC’s Inside Culture. Check the details and screencaptures below.
BBC’s Inside Culture Series 4 Episode 5 – Down Under
Mary Beard investigates the ongoing history of creative connection and cultural exchange between Britain and Australia and asks what that relationship looks like today.
Mary visits The Box in Plymouth, where the National Museum of Australia’s groundbreaking exhibition Songlines: Tracking the Seven Sisters has just been installed. She will speak to the exhibition’s curator, Margo Neale, about how Songlines takes visitors on a journey across the Australian desert, telling the foundation stories of the country’s indigenous people through the work of their artists. In London, Mary catches up with musician and comedian Tim Minchin as he embarks upon a new UK tour.
Mary also meets creatives and leaders who have lived and worked both in Britain and down under, including the 27th Prime Minister of Australia, Julia Gillard, actor Cate Blanchett and journalist Stan Grant. Playing out the episode with a track from her new album is ex-Neighbours actress and musician Natalie Imbruglia.
Look what a fantastic episode we have for the last in the #insideculture series (next Friday 7.30 bbc 2). On uk culture and oz. with @JuliaGillard @timminchin Stan Grant, Cate Blanchett, Margo Neale and @natimbruglia & what a good lot they all were, prime ministers & stars alike https://t.co/rOepBsFo3X
— mary beard (@wmarybeard) October 16, 2021
Eli Roth’s History of Horror
Cate appeared in Season 3 Episode 3 – Psychics which is now available to stream at AMC.
Earthshot London 2021
Source: Inside Culture