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A Lonely Way Back Home A personal profile of


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Kris Kristofferson
Oxford scholar, soldier, country song writer, Hollywood superstar, i pin-up at 42: the public images Of KRIS KRISTOFFERSON.
In this Everyman profile the singer talks to Steve Turner about what lies behind the public image, and the religious experience which produced his best-selling single
'Why Me Lord?! Through his songs, Kris Kristofferson traces his struggle to forge a faith in the midst of a career that has at times brought him to the brink of self-destruction.
He's a walking contradiction Partly truth and partly fiction Taking every wrong direction
On his lonely way back home.


Unknown: Kris Kristofferson
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Unknown: Steve Turner
Songs: Kris Kristofferson
Producer: Norman Stone
Editor: Peter Armstrong

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BBC One London, 15 October 1978 22.25

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