My Name Escapes Me

Episodes

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01January 1st 199520040315 (BBC7)
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The acting knight reads from his memoirs.

January 1st 1995: absent friends, 'retirement', a break near Avignon - and termites.

absent friends, 'retirement', a break near Avignon - and termites.

absent friends, 'retirement' and a break in Avignon.

Read by the author.

Sir Alec Guinness recalls his life on the first of January 1995 - and he is not impressed with Fanny Craddock.

Sir Alec Guinness' memoirs, from January 1st 1995.

Sir Alec Guinness reads from his memoirs.

The events of January 1st 1995 include absent friends, 'retirement', a break near Avignon - and termites.

Sir Alec Guinness reads from his memoirs. January 1st 1995: absent friends, 'retirement', a break near Avignon, and termites.

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The double Oscar-winner's 1990s memoirs, featuring musings on fame and fans, Shakespeare's Globe and early theatre-going in Eastbourne. From September 1996.

The double Oscar-winner's 1990s memoirs.

Musings on fame and fans, Shakespeare's Globe and early theatre-going in Eastbourne.

Sir Alec Guinness' memoirs of the 1990s.

He muses on fame and fans, Shakespeare's Globe and early theatre-going in Eastbourne.

In this episode he talks about the Globe Theatre and failing health.

Sir Alec Guinness' memoirs of the 1990s continue.

He muses on fame and fans, early theatrical experiences and the Globe.

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The acclaimed actor recalls dark days of misfortune for his wife and son, plus tales of Burton and Taylor and the Old Vic. From September 1996.

The acclaimed actor recalls dark days of misfortune for his wife and son, plus tales of Burton and Taylor - and the Old Vic.

The actor recalls dark days for his wife and son, plus tales of Burton and Taylor.

Dark days for Sir Alec Guinness - his wife and son both suffer misfortune.

Plus tales of Burton and Taylor - and the Old Vic.

Alec Guinness' memoirs reach a dark time - Merilow has an accident.

There are tales of Burton and Taylor and the Old Vic.

Dark days for Sir Alec Guiness, as his wife and son both suffer misfortune.

04Out To Lunch20040318 (BBC7)
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More from the mid-90s memoirs of Sir Alec Guinness.

A forgotten favour turns up on film and there are memories of David Lean.

Age creeps up on Sir Alec Guinness, as does a forgotten cameo appearance in a student film.

Age creeps up on Alec Guinness...

as does a forgotten cameo appearance in a student film.

Alan recalls the day Princess Anne told him about equine VD.

The acting knight's 1990s memoirs. A forgotten favour turns up on screen, and there are memories of filmmaker David Lean.

The acting knight's 1990s memoirs.

A forgotten favour turns up on screen - and there are memories of film-maker David Lean.

05 LASTA Time Of Tension20040319 (BBC7)
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Alec Guinness' memoirs of the mid-1990s, with his views on Leonard Cheshire, a stormy Easter in Rome, British beef and 100 Years of Cinema.

Leonard Cheshire, a stormy Easter in Rome and 100 Years of Cinema.

The final part of Alec Guinness' mid-90s memoir: Leonard Cheshire, a stormy Easter in Rome and 100 Years of Cinema.

Alec lambasts the 'supermarket' Lazarus.

The unveiling of a plaque on St.

Martin's Lane is a prelude to a Papal visit.

In the final part of his memoirs, actor Sir Alec Guinness rails against the supermarket 'Lazarus'.

The unveiling of a plaque is a prelude to a Papal visit.

Sir Alec Guinness reads the final part of his memoirs.

The final part of Alec Guinness's mid-90s memoir.

The actor concludes his memoirs, musing on Leonard Cheshire, a stormy Easter in Rome, British beef and 100 years of cinema.

The actor muses on Leonard Cheshire, a stormy Easter in Rome and British beef.