Anita Rani takes us back to the beginning as we explore the story of Downton Abbey with the behind-the-scenes talent that have made it a reality.
Anita Rani explores the characters below stairs as we enter a new era where the future of a life in service is uncertain.
It’s time to meet the new characters joining us on Downton Abbey: A New Era, and to discuss the impact their arrival will cause.
Host Anita Rani interrogates the above stairs cast about their character’s journey and explores their wardrobes with Costume Designer, Anna Mary Scott Robbins.
Anita Rani takes a closer look into the historical, cultural, and societal happenings of 1928 to see what might be affecting life for the inhabitants of Downton.
Ahead of the latest cinematic installment, Anita Rani returns to Downton with the cast and creators of the show to explore what’s in store as we enter a new era.
Host Jacqueline Coley talks to Phyllis Logan about how her character Mrs. Hughes is the bridge between the upstairs and the downstairs, her real-life inspirations for the beloved housekeeper, and the seemingly innocuous relationship with Mr. Carson. And we talk again with Anita, who hosts upcoming episodes that look behind the scenes at the new film Downton Abbey: A New Era, only in theaters this Spring.
Host Jacqueline Coley talks to Laura Carmichael about the joy of playing nasty scenes with her television sister, her actor’s “thrill when something horrendous happens,” and how her character Lady Edith finds her voice and ultimately outranks everyone in the family.
Host Jacqueline Coley talks to Allen Leech about how his character Tom Branson creates his own space as an Irishman in a very British world, and the roots of Tom’s controversial relationship with Lady Sybil.
Host Jacqueline Coley talks to Michelle Dockery about the development and trajectory of her character Lady Mary, including the great fun of playing a character with a very sharp tongue and an occasional taste for the jugular, and the most scandalous secret of the entire series.
Host Jacqueline Coley talks to one of Downton Abbey’s creators–Julian Fellowes–about why the world of Downton has connected so deeply with so many people, and reveals the real-life events behind some of the series’ most explosive storylines, starting with the Season 1 sinking of the Titanic.
Introducing Downton Abbey: The Official Podcast a brand new weekly re-watch podcast that is the place to be for the fans of Downton Abbey in all its forms.