Here at Digital Spy, we're a little bit excited about BBC Two's brand new drama White Heat! The show focuses on seven students living in a house together in the 1960s... then follows them as they grow up!
We'll be bringing you chats with the cast every day until the show airs, and first up are the lovelyClaire Foy and Sam Claflin, who spoke to reporters when we visited them on set. Read on to find out what they had to say!
Sam, is that your hair? It looks a bit Kevin Keegan!
Sam: "I wish it was mine! You're definitely not the first person to say that. It's of the time, I'm told. It's a weft. I had no idea what a weft was before we started - it's become the bane of my life now! They're basically like clip-on things but they glue them to my hair or my head... I feel like such a diva sitting there having all my make up and hair done! But I'm not the only one, so no complaints."
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Jack is a rebel seeking a cause. A kind of latter day Jack Kerouac, iconoclastic, idealistic and dangerously charismatic. There is a restless rage in him, born, he claims from social injustice he sees all around him but he is also propelled by unresolved demons of a more personal nature.
Born into privilege Jack feels he is part of an antiquated class system which is synonymous with oppression and inequality. He prefers Che Guevara to Churchill any day. Jack is like a magnet which attracts disaster and intense passion in equal measures.
Jack carries the political heart of the drama and is pivotal to the destiny of all the characters – particularly Lilly and Charlotte.
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