Miles Kington Interview, The

Three famous historical figures reveal some surprising insights into their lives and times when interviewed by Miles Kington.

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Genome: [r4 Bd=19930112]The second of six programmes in which|Miles Kington interviews famous characters from history and fiction. Robinson Crusoe|"Funny thing was, I had quite a strong Yorkshire accent when I arrived on the island and I passed it on to the parrot - 'Ey oop, it all depends', he'd say. And 'Ah reckon so, lad'." Robinson Crusoe performed by Bob Peck. Producer Anne-Marie Cole
Genome: [r4 Bd=19930112] Unknown: Robinson Crusoe|Unknown: Bob Peck.|Producer: Anne-Marie Cole
Genome: [r4 Bd=19930119]The third of six programmes in which Miles Kington interviews characters from history and fiction. Mona Lisa.|"Leonardo was insufferable. He knew more than any man or woman I have ever met, and he knew it. He treated me as a sounding board...." Mona Lisa performed by Miranda Richardson.|Producer Anne-Marie Cole
Genome: [r4 Bd=19930119] Unknown: Mona Lisa.|Unknown: Miranda Richardson.|Producer: Anne-Marie Cole
Genome: [r4 Bd=19930126]Six programmes in which Miles Kington interviews famous characters from history and fiction.|4: Arthur Conan Doyle|"There are so many artists who are famous for the one thing they want to be forgotten. Do you know they are still writing new adventures about that man? Unbelievable!"|Conan Doyle performed by Edward Hardwicke.|Producer Anne-Marie Cole
Genome: [r4 Bd=19930126] Unknown: Arthur Conan Doyle|Unknown: Conan Doyle|Unknown: Edward Hardwicke.|Producer: Anne-Marie Cole
Genome: [r4 Bd=19930202]Miles Kington interviews famous characters from history and fiction. 5: John Brown|"Here comes her man in the kilt. You could hear her courtiers thinking it - Queen Victoria's northern bodyguard, her Highland heathen man."|Performed by Bill Paterson. Producer Anne-Marie Cole
Genome: [r4 Bd=19930202] Unknown: John Brown|Unknown: Bill Paterson.|Producer: Anne-Marie Cole
Genome: [r4 Bd=19930209]The final programme of the series in which Miles Kington interviews famous characters from history and fiction. 6: Josephine|"I can sympathise with your Lady Diana. When I married into the Bonapartes, I united the whole family against me." Performed by Jane Lapotaire.|Producer Anne-Marie Cole
Genome: [r4 Bd=19930209] Unknown: Jane Lapotaire.|Producer: Anne-Marie Cole
Genome: [r4 Bd=19971129]|Three famous historical figures reveal insights into their lives and times when interviewed by Miles Kington. 1: Roger Allam plays Dr Samuel Johnson. Producer Viv Black Repeat
Genome: [r4 Bd=19971129] |Interviewed By: Miles Kington|Interviewed By: Roger Allam|Unknown: Dr Samuel Johnson.|Producer: Viv Black
Genome: [r4 Bd=19971206]|Three famous historical figures reveal some surprising insights into their lives and times when interviewed by Miles Kington.|2: Fiona Fullerton plays Mata Hari. Producer Anne Marie Cole Repeat
Genome: [r4 Bd=19971206] |Unknown: Fiona Fullerton|Unknown: Mata Hari.|Producer: Anne Marie
Genome: [r4 Bd=19971213]|The last of three programmes in which famous historical figures reveal insights into their lives and times when interviewed by Miles Kington. Simon Cadell plays Bonnie Prince Charlie. Producer Anne Marie Cole Repeat
Genome: [r4 Bd=19971213] |Interviewed By: Miles Kington|Interviewed By: Simon Cadell|Unknown: Bonnie Prince Charlie.|Producer: Anne Marie Cole
0101Dr Samuel Johnson19971129Three famous historical figures reveal some surprising insights into their lives and times when interviewed by Miles Kington.Roger Allam plays Dr Samuel Johnson.
0102Mata Hari19971206Fiona Fullerton plays Mata Hari.
0103 LASTBonnie Prince Charlie19971213Simon Cadell plays Bonnie Prince Charlie.