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|Posted: Wed Sep 21, 2011 12:46 am Post subject: Paul in an episode of Living the Life - Nov 2011
|Paul McGann and Charles Dance will be featured together in an episode of 'Living the Life', premiering on 6 November on Sky Arts.
Go HERE for further information and watch the teaser video.
This all looks very interesting! For those of us who can't watch it on Sky Arts, fear not! The series will be available to buy as a DVD box set (and there's an accompanying ‘Living the Life’ book!) exclusively from Tesco, from March 2012. The DVD will contain lots of exclusive, previously unseen footage. (Yay! )
’Living the Life’ is the show that gives you unprecedented access to a conversation between two successful personalities. It is a unique concept and a twist on the usual interviewer/celebrity interviewee chat shows as there is no interviewer.
These high profile individuals share their life experiences, how emotional experiences from their childhood, their early career, the onset of success and their subsequent journey through wealth and fame has shaped their lives, and they discuss their achievements and the effects of living life in the public eye. We build a picture of the events, hard work, traumas and good fortune which have brought them to public prominence and they give an honest and revealing exposure about how success has affected the highs and lows of their lives.
An integral part of the ’Living the Life’ format is that unlike the traditional interview formula the participants, bonded by mutual accomplishment, chat to each other from a place of mutual respect and admiration and they relax into an intimate and unreserved exchange.
This episode of Living the Life brings together the distinguished actor and director whose notable credits include the hugely successful ‘Jewel in the Crown’, Charles Dance with Paul McGann, the famed actor and film star, much loved for cult roles including the hit Withnail and I.
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