Frost in the Air

BBC Two (ended 1993)


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Frost in the Air is a television series on the life of David Frost, the renowned British journalist and interviewer. This series was originally broadcast on BBC Two, a television station in the United Kingdom. The series has three one-hour episodes that aired on August 29, 1993, August 30, 1993 and September 4, 1993. The first episode covers Frost's early career in the 1960s, when he was starting his work in television. This episode includes archival footage from this period, especially from That Was the Week That Was, a political satire presented by Frost. The second episode documents Frost rise as a journalist, where he travels extensively to interview politicians and celebrities. The archival footage in this episode includes Frost's interviews with Robert Kennedy, Paul McCartney and Tennessee Williams. The third episode in the series has excerpts from Frost's interviews with Truman Capote, John Lennon and Yoko Ono. The producer for this series is John Bush.