Q&A with Jessica Hynes who plays Emily in There She Goes
There She Goes begins on Thursday 9 July, 9.30pm on BBC Two
Series one, which debuted on BBC Four in 2018, chronicled the dual timeline of Rosie as a newborn and aged nine
This new series will be set around 18 months on and will focus on Rosie at the ages of three and 11
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Jessica, firstly congratulations on winning the Bafta* for best There She Goes - how did it feel?
Can you tell us what’s in store for the family this series?
Emily had some pretty emotional scenes in the first series, what was it like filming those scenes?
How was it being back on set with all the cast again?
What’s it like working with Miley Locke who plays Rosie?
What reaction did you get to the first series?
Where you surprised at the reaction you got?
There She Goes has a perfect balance of making the viewers laugh one minute and crying the next. Do you think it’s important to show the humour as well as the drama?
What is it about Shaun and Sarah’s writing that makes the show so appealing to you?
What do you hope viewer will take away from the series?
*Jessica won Best Female Performance in a Comedy Programme at the 2019 Baftas.
Source BBC TWO
July 1, 2020 9:05am ET by BBC TWO