Clive Anderson Now

BBC (ended 2001)


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Clive Anderson Now is a talk show that originally aired on BBC from January 5, 2001 to February 9, 2001. This series consists of six thirty-minute episodes that were broadcast once per week on Friday. It is directed by Paul Wheeler and is hosted by Clive Anderson, a well-known comedy writer and television presenter in the United Kingdom. Anderson is a former barrister who uses his legal skills and help from the studio audience to cross-examine his guests, who are typically British celebrities. This series also examines current events and celebrity gossip with a satirical bent. The first episode in the series features Richard Wilson and Mariella Frustrup. Wilson is a Scottish actor best known for his role as Victor Meldrewe in "One Foot in the Grave." This popular British comedy series had just finished a 10-year run at the time of this interview. Frostrup is a presenter for arts programs in British television and radio.