plays Richard Eustace, a Notts County fan.
'Paradise Heights', Ralf Little enjoyed his time in Nottingham,
his memories include drink, pubs, drink and pubs.
The last five years have been eventful to say the least for Ralf.
in The Royal Family as Anthony, and the sitcom 'Two Pints of lager
and a Packet of Crisps.'
Now he's starring
in Paradise Heights which is set here in Nottingham.
Richard, is the youngest of three brothers and is about to go off
to University, but it looks as if he might get tangled up in family
Below is an
interview with Ralf when he visited BBC Nottingham.
before you read it, he has an appeal.
is a Notts County fan, and he has to sing the 'Wheel barrow' song,
but he doesn't know what it means! And to that matter neither do
we, so can you let us know?
with Ralf Little
us about the characters...
are great characters, they're very real. Richard's (Ralf's character)
a great character, but the most normal person I've played in
my entire life, he's more normal and closer to me than the characters
I've ever played, he's quite quick, banters with his brothers,
just a normal 22 year old lad, who reacts normally to what's
going on around him. He's close to me.
it easy playing your character?
was a little worried I was going to be playing myself, I tried
to find little nuances, like I made myself right handed because
I'm left handed. After few days I realised I was playing myself
but right handed, so in essence I'm just called Richard and
I'm right handed!
you find the Nottingham accent hard to do?
[Joanne Froggatt] spent all her time worrying that she couldn't
do a Nottingham accent - but it was actually spot on, Charlie's
[Dale] was spot on, Neil [Morrisey] was doing a vague Stoke
accent and for the first couple of days I tried a Nottingham
accent, but then I thought 'I can't be doing with this'.
are your memories of Nottingham?
memories of Nottingham involve drink, pubs, drink and pubs.
I had a couple of pints in The Trip to Jerusalem. I think I
went to ever dodgy club in Nottingham, the ones where your feet
stick to the floor!
the programme say about Nottingham?
full of gangsters! And dodgy deals. There's also references
to the mining background.
does 'Paradise Heights' make Nottingham look?