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Parkinson: The Interviews

Series 1

Episode 3: Tommy Cooper and Frankie Howerd

Duration: 40 minutes

First broadcast: on BBC FourLatest broadcast: on BBC Four HD

Michael Parkinson introduces a recut of two interviews he did with Frankie Howerd and a Christmas interview with Tommy Cooper. Show more

Contributors

Interviewed Guest:
Frankie Howerd
Interviewed Guest:
Tommy Cooper
Executive Producer:
Tony Moss
Series Producer:
Annie Lewis

Parkinson: The Interviews

Series 1

Episode 5: David Niven

Duration: 40 minutes

First broadcast: on BBC FourLatest broadcast: on BBC Four

Actor, writer and raconteur David Niven spills the beans about Hollywood's golden days as he talks about his work, his loves and his autobiographies, from 1972 and 1975. Show more

Parkinson: The Interviews

Series 1

Episode 2: Richard Burton

Duration: 40 minutes

First broadcast: on BBC One LondonLatest broadcast: on BBC Four HD

Michael Parkinson looks back at his 1974 interview with Richard Burton. Parkinson persuaded him to talk candidly about his career, love life and drink problems. Show more

Parkinson: The Interviews

Series 1

Episode 1: Peter Cook

Duration: 40 minutes

First broadcast: on BBC One WestLatest broadcast: on BBC Four

Michael Parkinson looks back at some of his favourite interviews. This edition features highlights of Parkinson's many interviews with the comic genius Peter Cook. Show more

Parkinson: The Interviews

Series 1

Episode 4: Orson Welles

Duration: 40 minutes

First broadcast: on BBC One WestLatest broadcast: on BBC Four

Michael Parkinson recalls a rare interview with the brilliant film-maker and actor Orson Welles.

Parkinson: The Interviews

Series 1

Episode 6: Kenneth Williams

Duration: 40 minutes

First broadcast: on BBC One WestLatest broadcast: on BBC Four HD

In this compilation of clips from five of his eight appearances on Parkinson, Kenneth Williams gives vent to his dislike of theatre critics. Show more