Chat show hosted by Michael Parkinson with special guest Michael Crawford, looking at his life and career. Michael performs Music of the Night from Phantom of the Opera.
In a selection of highlights from Sir Peter Ustinov's appearances on his show, Michael Parkinson looks back at a multi-talented writer, director, actor and ambassador for Unicef. Show more
First transmitted in 1974, Michael Parkinson's guest is Dr Jacob Bronowski, the presenter and writer of the 1973 documentary series, The Ascent of Man. Show more
First transmitted in 1998. Parkinson's guests are Billy Connolly, who talks about acting, comedy and life, and Sir David Attenborough, with anecdotes from the world of animals. Show more
Another chance to see the 1977 Michael Parkinson interview with Sir John Betjeman and Gracie Fields.
Michael Parkinson's interviews anthropologist Desmond Morris, British sex symbol Diana Dors and comic actor and raconteur Kenneth Williams in a classic 1977 edition.
Artist and entertainer Rolf Harris talks to Michael Parkinson about the differences between Britain and his homeland of Australia. Show more
Former world heavyweight boxing champion Muhammad Ali guests on Michael Parkinson's chat show.
Michael Parkinson chats to newsreader Sir Trevor McDonald, actors Meera Syal and Tom Courtenay, and soul giant Barry White, who performs some of his classic songs.
Ewan McGregor, Nicole Kidman and Anne Robinson chat to Michael Parkinson, and Andrea Bocelli performs Melodrama.
Michael Parkinson is joined by David Jason, Jack Dee and Ronan Keating, who performs Over the Rainbow and Lovin' Each Day.
Michael Crawford discusses his life and career and performs Music of the Night from The Phantom of the Opera.
John Cleese gives a rare interview in which he talks about his life and his involvement in some of Britain's mould-breaking comedy shows.
Chat show hosted by Michael Parkinson, with guests Alan Davies, Mo Mowlam and Warren Beatty.
Michael Parkinson meets film star Kevin Costner, actor and comic Lee Evans, actor Martin Clunes and Texas.
Michael Parkinson's guests in this edition are comic Jim Davidson and actress Thora Hird.
Rock star Rod Stewart, writer, actress and comedian Maureen Lipman and actress Tamzin Outhwaite are in conversation with Michael Parkinson.
First transmitted in 1979, Michael Parkinson chats to SalvationArmy Commissioner Catherine Bramwell-Booth, comic singer Richard Stilgoe and comedian Spike Milligan.
A classic episode from 1998 where Michael Parkinson interviews Billy Connolly and David Attenborough.