The BBC Radio 4 website have uploaded a lovely interview with Joseph, in which he discusses the real George Orwell. 

The Guardian has a lovely preview / review for Down and Out in London and Paris.

The surprise in Down And Out In London And Paris (weekdays, 10.45pm), running as part of Radio 4's The Real George Orwell strand, is the author's voice, provided by Joseph Millson. It's light and Bertie Wooster soft, which is right when you think about it. Back in the 1920s, Etonians like Orwell hadn't learned how to bloke it up when mixing with the less fortunate and didn't throttle back the top notes of their accents. More important than the voice, the thing that really marks out Orwell as an Englishman from antiquity is that he doesn't send himself up.