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Nerdist Podcast: James Corden (TWCH)
Episode 869: Nerdist Podcast
James Corden (TWCH)
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Nerdist Podcast: James Corden (TWCH)

It’s a little known fact that our founder, Chris Hardwick, tapes AMC’s Talking with Chris Hardwick on the studio that was formerly used by The Late Late Show. And the current host of the The Late Late Show, James Corden, just happens to shoot his show right next door to Chris. That’s right, they’re practically neighbors! Last Sunday night, James crossed the network divide to appear as Chris’ Talking guest, and today we’re debuting the extended audio from that episode as a bonus installment of the Nerdist podcast!

While American fans know James from his Late Late Show and his amazing Carpool Karaoke segments, he’s also an accomplished writer and actor who starred in his own TV series, Gavin & Stacy, co-starred in the theatrical adaptation of Into the Woods, and made two very memorable guest appearances on Doctor Who.  And in this very episode, James looked back at his Doctor Who stint and addressed the question of whether he would ever reprise his role again on the show.

Additionally, James revealed why he began to get an interest in writing after he was unsatisfied by the roles that he was being offered. He also reveals that his current late night gig is a lot easier than his grueling schedule when he was performing in theatrical productions. James also shares how his outlook shapes the way he handles the demands of his daily life and his career path.

Make sure to watch Talking with Chris Hardwick Sunday nights at 11pm on AMC or on amc.com/talking! The extended audio will premiere as a podcast here every Friday after a new episode makes its AMC debut. 

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