Next Episode of The Interviews is
A biographical series which focuses on great entertainers. In each episode vintage clips of the entertainers in interview situations are used to chart the performers success.
A biographical look at the comedian Peter Sellers using archive chat show footage.
A biographical look at the comedian Barry Humphries and his character Dame Edna Everage using archive chat show footage.
A biographical look at the comedian Frankie Howerd using archive chat show footage.
A biographical look at the actress Julie Walters using archive chat show footage.
Tonight the spotlight turns on Bruce Forsyth, one of this country's greatest entertainers. In an incredible career lasting over 70 years, Bruce is the master of audience participation, with a wonderful knack of getting the most out of contestants. Since his big break on Sunday Night At The London Palladium in the 1950s Bruce became the undisputed king of Saturday night television hosting hit shows such as The Generation Game and Strictly Come Dancing. Throughout his career his effervescent personality, quick wit and catchphrases have transcended the gameshow and made him into a TV icon. Whilst away from the cameras, his private life has been full of ups and downs and the subject of much speculation in the press.
Kenny Everett was of one of the funniest and most innovative radio and TV entertainers this country has ever known. One of the early pioneers of pirate radio, he blazed a trail on the airwaves with his frantic energy and surreal humour. He went on to conquer television with his ground-breaking and irreverent sketch shows but his humour was often accused of being in bad taste. His rebellious nature won him many adoring fans but also landed him in hot water on more than one occasion. Whether he was playing one of his outrageous characters or just being himself on a chat show sofa, cuddly Ken was always entertaining and usually causing mayhem. However, lurking behind his cheeky humour was a conflicted man who struggled to come to terms with his homosexuality. He was a creative and technical genius who was light years ahead of his time and he's still revered as one of the great comedy innovators.
Chart the remarkable story of Peter Sellers, told in the words of the man himself.
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