Article Gallery

Apologies for the lack of recent articles. With Battlestar Galactica came a hugely increased amount of articles written about James - which is great for him, but simply too much for us to keep up with. You will probably find quite a lot if you do a Google search on James. Meanwhile, you will find below a selection of older articles that might not be so easy to come by.

Metro 60 Seconds -
13 October 2004

Interview with James, mainly with regards to his role in Battlestar Galactica


Battlestar Galactica Magazine -
December 2003

A very in-depth article/interview with James where he talks about his character in the Battlestar Galactica mini-series, Gaius Baltar.

(Many thanks to Roberta Stuemke for finding and  typing this long article up for us!)

Jewish Chronicle - 6 December 2002

A review of Things You Shouldn't Say Past Midnight, an American  play by Peter Ackerman in which James was cast as Ben in December 2002.

(Ta to Jin for finding and typing it up!)

Cosmopolitan -
May 2001

The ole when Harry met Sally scenario:   can men and women really be "just friends"?  James tells us   his views on this subject and talks about Renee Zellweger, Uni experiences and first meeting his wife.

(Ta to Pippa for typing it up for us!)


B Magazine -
May 2001

In this interview, James talks about his experiences during the filming of Bridget Jones's Diary.

(Thanks very much to Beate for typing this up!)


Company -
May 2001

James & his BJD co-stars Sally Phillips & Shirley Henderson give some in-depth advise about love and life.   They'd had a few tequila shots though, so don't take the advise too seriously...


Attitude -
April 2001

An interview with James prior to BJD's cinematic release.  V. informative stuff indeed - don't miss it.

Attitude -
April 2001

Attitude's review of Bridget Jones's Diary -   a definite thumbs- up to Renée Zellweger, but notes that the friends have been somewhat shortchanged. Couldn't agree more.

(Many thanks to Jin for typing this up!)

The Express -

Snow in June?  Read this article about the latest setting for Bridget Jones's Diary.

(Thanks to Karen for finding this)

Empire Online -
June/July 2000

Follow the link above to get to Empire Online's news section, then type Bridget Jones's Diary or Zellweger to get to general updates on Bridget Jones's Diary, including on-set pictures (sorry, none of JC to date).

Heat -
June 2000

Take a look at the main cast list for Bridget Jones's Diary (and yes, it includes James!).

(Thanks to Jin for lending us her beloved HEAT)

Radio Times -

The article that appeared when Sex, Chips & Rock'n'Roll was shown on BBC television in September 1999 doesn't really talk about James but gives us an in-depth view into how SC&RnR came to be.

(Thanks to Jin  for typing up the article!)

Going Wrong -

This is the press release from the producers of the Ruth Rendell Mysteries' Going Wrong in which James had the leading role. This is our most in-depth article on James so far!

(Thanks to Heather Sellors for sending us this press release)

Int'l Herald Tribune - 1998

Review by Sheridan Morley about Doctor's Dilemma which mentions James very briefly.

Sunday Mercury - 12 July 1998

In this interview, James tells us who he'd invite to an imaginary dinner party, why he wouldn't serve barbeque and gives us a glimpse into his taste in music.

(Well done Pippa/Jin for finding & sending us this)

"Company" Magazine - February 1997

In this short article James talks about acting, his most embarassing stage experience and what he thinks of nudity.

The News Times - 1996

This review of Old Wicked Songs, a play James appeared in alongside Bob Hoskins in 1996, concentrates mainly on Bob, but it also mentions James & the play in general.

The Times -

Another review of Old Wicked Songs, talks favourably of James though apparently his voice needs sandpapering (or at least it did in 96)!

The London Times - 1996

A third review of Old Wicked Songs, as expected mainly talking about Bob Hoskins but JC is briefly mentioned.


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