LUCY BUTLER WEEK: Sarah-Jane Redmond interviewed by Millennium Group Sessions (FREE)

BacktoFrankBlack: The Millennium Group Sessions, hosted by Troy Foreman and co-hosted by Jim McLean is now available for free download via our website AND on ITunes!



Listen to the Mp3 on the BacktoFrankBlack Stream or download using the links below!

To download from
  • For the enhanced image podcast (with photos relating to the topics from a variety of sources - occasionally exclusive ones) for Itunes and Ipod lovers: Click here! 12MB 44 mins)
To download from ITUNES
  • To subscribe to the Itunes podcast, simply load up the Itunes store on your Itunes application, search for BacktoFrankBlack and wait for the podcast to pop onto the list. Then click "subscribe" - you will need to sign up to a free Itunes account to do this - but Itunes does run a great service for podcasts of all types (including our friends ThaDarkSideVibe and Spooktalkular)

BacktoFrankBlack: Millennium Group Sessions SPECIAL: An Interview with Sarah-Jane Redmond!

In this special episode of the Millennium Group Sessions series, Troy and Jim speak to the face behind the iconic Lucy Butler - Sarah-Jane Redmond! A great end to the Lucy Butler Week!

This free podcast is available on a weekly to fortnightly basis via ITUNES and We'll naturally update you all on information on the podcast from this blog as well.

With ITUNES, anyone who has an Itunes friendly account will be able to subscribe easily and download the podcasts as they are released. We recommend the ITUNES friendly enhanced podcast because each episode will have its unique set of images to accompany the chatter!


17 Responses to "LUCY BUTLER WEEK: Sarah-Jane Redmond interviewed by Millennium Group Sessions (FREE)"

Sean Stubblefield said... September 6, 2009 at 9:28 AM

a magnificent way to complete Lucy Butler week. and another great guest. the Lucy/Legion aspect is one of my favorite parts of Millenium, and I would like to have seen more explored. I've also been inspired to finally seek out Sarah's other acting work, because she was brilliant with Lucy. she's my favorite kind of actor: one who respects the role, the story & the audience.

Jósef Karl said... September 6, 2009 at 12:23 PM

Again, great podcast.

Short and sweet interview that's to the point. And Sarah-Jane was ever so much as she was devilish in Millennium.

And thanks for mentioning the Lucy Butler music video, while I don't think I outdid myself, I'm certainly happy that other people think so.

And I'm looking forward to Flashback Weekend, should be fun.

Cheers from Iceland!
- Jósef

Cookyman said... September 6, 2009 at 5:26 PM

Yet again another fantastic podcast. Sarah comes across as a genuine lovely person - the exact opposite of Lucy Butler!

Great to see another member of the Millennium cast keen to help out the cause.

Loved the whole Lucy Butler themed week - who's next Bletcher?

Peter Foster said... September 6, 2009 at 7:41 PM

Loved the interview, it's always great to hear the voice behind the character. Sarah seems like an awesome person.

And great idea with the whole theme week, already sent a postcard to fox! I'm really looking foward to the next podcast!

Steve said... September 6, 2009 at 10:54 PM

You lucky sods ! As i said in my email to Troy last week, my concentration is now well and truly blown :).

Bayles said... September 6, 2009 at 11:44 PM

Excellent interview guys! Sarah-Jane is a gem and I'll be glad to hear more from her in the future! As I've mentioned before that scene from Lamentation when Bletcher looks up the stairs and sees Lucy's unholy trinity is the scariest thing ever. Even though I was already hooked on the show that one moment drove it home for me that much more. All of Lucy's appearances are very memorable. I hope when they revisit this series her presence is included.

James McLean said... September 7, 2009 at 2:35 AM

Surely Bletcher week should come before Lucy Butler week - and be cut off three quarters of the way through and left hanging from a basement... I think I'm mixing my imagery there!

Steve said... September 7, 2009 at 3:02 AM

Excellent work, folks, and a dream come true for this listener. I wrote to Troy not long ago that he'd ruin my concentration for the rest of the day if/when he managed to speak with S-JR and he succeeded :).

Sean, I've just found out S-J plays a dominatrix in the sixth Hellraiser film (Hellseeker), so there's one way to start your collection. I admit to a certain curiosity about Da Vinci's Inquest too, but when it screens here it's always at four in the morning.

Graham Smith said... September 7, 2009 at 5:34 AM

Another fantastic interview, thank you very much indeed! A perfect conclusion to Lucy Butler week!

Head over to if you are interested in seeing clips of Sarah-Jane in Da Vinci's Inquest and many more roles.

RSWehman said... September 7, 2009 at 6:40 AM

Another great podcast with a beautiful and demonic woman. Kudos to Sarah Jane Redmond and thanks to the staff at BTFB.

Bletcher week sounds good to me. I like James idea about cutting it off three quarters of the way thru the week and just leaving it hang in the basement....then sometime in October, a bunch of kids can break into the yellow house and have Frank scare the bejesus out of them.

The Lucy Butler video by Jósef Karl was a great start to the week. The postcards are great and another way of letting FOX now we mean business.

Keep up the great work.
When is Flashback weekend?
Don't want to miss it...

This Is Who We Are!!
Rhonda Wehman

Jósef Karl said... September 7, 2009 at 6:56 AM

Rhonda, the Flashack is on 23-25 Oct if I remember correctly. Halloween is on the weekend after that.

I plan on going, I just hope I don't get in any trouble with the standby connecting flight.

- Jósef

Wave_Crest said... September 7, 2009 at 4:14 PM

Enjoyed this podcast more than the last one.

Glad Da Vinci's Inquest was mentioned (SJR also appeared I think in Da Vinci's City Hall, but that didn't last as long). It has been shown in the UK, I believe on Living TV, but in the graveyard slot.

The one Lucy Butler episode I have seen in full is "A Room with No View". I thought the ending moved the Lucy Butler mytharc onto a much bigger picture. Those framed photos of her from decades ago was very eerie...and excellent. Added an extra oomph to the episode. The one bit of the episode I can't look at is when Frank and Peter look at the front of the FBI agent's face (didn't he have an FBI badge, which made Frank and Peter help to identify who he was?). Another scene I liked was when that teenager escaped and that wonderful use of colour and darkness outside when Lucy and the dogs went to find him.

I've looked on iTunes and there are a few different durations for Love is Blue. Which is the right one to download?

Regarding the convention in Chicago (?), unfortunately not everyone can make it over the pond. In the UK, unless you can get down to London (for Collectormania London and LFCC) and over to Germany (where they hold the Weekend of Horrors convention in Bottrop) you won't be able to see horror film and TV guests. I so wish we could get a Millennium convention in the Midlands (along with a Friday the 13th, A Nightmare on Elm Street and Halloween convention) where we could get autographs from Millennium cast and crew, and also get to meet the people behind BacktoFrankBlack, Spooktalkular and TIWWA.

TN Kramer said... September 8, 2009 at 6:14 AM

Thanks for another great podcast. Sarah-Jane Redmond seems like a great person, enjoyed listening to her very much. It's always interesting to hear what the actors have to say about their characters. I really hope that the writers find some place for her in Millennium movie if it happens.

Thank you Sarah-Jane, Troy and Jim!

Spooktalklaura said... September 8, 2009 at 9:47 AM

What a super, super podcast! I enjoyed everyday of Lucy Butler week and what a great way to wrap it up!

Thank you so much to Sarah Jane Redmond for giving us some of your time, the Lucy Butler character is a real fan favorite. :)

I have enjoyed you in so many other shows and one in particular was Harpers Island. It was good to hear you speak about it even though you had a brief time on the show. However, was not good to see you hanging in that tree! Lol :)

I think you are a wonderful actress and hope to see you in the Millennium movie we are all hoping and crossing our fingers for.

Thanks James, Troy and Mark for bringing the fans a great week and podcast! :D

and Troy what's wrong with holler? I say it all the time. haha lol


RSWehman said... September 8, 2009 at 4:15 PM

I hope you enjoy yourself. I would love to go but don't see how to make it happen.
If you take any photographs, I would love to see them.

Listened to the podcast again.
I still think its top notch.


Wave_Crest said... September 9, 2009 at 12:57 PM

I know eventually it will get boring, but I love the "toodle-pip" bit of the podcasts.

James McLean said... September 12, 2009 at 10:43 AM

Apologies to Graham (and Sarah) for forgetting to plug - we'll make up for it on this week's show!

Post a Comment