Choose your region

News and Blog

timminchin.com is updated by Tim
and the wonderful Shell.

Subscribe to news

Matilda The MusicalTim will be joining his partners in crime – writer Dennis Kelly, director Matthew Warchus and actor Bertie Carvel – to talk to Charlie Rose about the runaway success of Broadway’s hottest new show (not that we’re biased or anything), Matilda the Musical.

The show will air tonight, 15th May 2013, in America on PBS. The time that the show airs depends on which your region you’re in, so to find out when you’ll be able to see it, please visit the PBS website. As a rough guide though, it’ll be somewhere between 10pm and 11pm. The show will be repeated tomorrow lunchtime and the interview will be available on the Charlie Rose website shortly afterwards.

Charlie Rose also airs internationally on Bloomberg Television the next day, so those in the UK will be able to catch it tomorrow night, 16th May 2013 at 10pm. Bloomberg Television is also available on Foxtel in Australia, where it should air at 1am on the 17th May 2013, but please check your local listings.

Leave a Comment

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.


Annetta Alsop on 5th of September 2013

My son, Garrett, aged 7, wants to be the ‘body double’ for Bruce Bogtrotter!!!!! In the choccie cake noshing scene. Will you be employing stunt actors for ‘Matilda’ when it comes to Australia? Good on ya, Timbo!

Annetta Alsop on 18th of May 2013

My daughter Caitlenn, aged 11, is singing ‘Naughty’ (the platinum blonde hair dye option) at the Brisbane eisteddfod and wants to see the musical on stage. So why not get it happening in Australia?

Steve Vanden-Eykel on 16th of May 2013

If Matilda wins all the Tonys, will you be appearing on the Daily Show, or Colbert?

LauraB on 15th of May 2013

Tim is so good at interviews, and Charlie Rose is one of the best interviewers on U.S. TV — I’m looking forward to this! Thanks!

Leave a Comment

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.