THE books podcast: Laurie Taylor and Sally Feldman interview

August 21, 2014

Source: Rex

Laurie Taylor interviews John Lydon (also known as Johnny Rotten) for the Sky Arts series, In Confidence

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Television interviews with famous figures supplied the raw material for Laurie Taylor and Sally Feldman’s book on the nature of celebrity, In Confidence: Talking Frankly about Fame.

In this podcast, Professor Taylor and Ms Feldman talk to books editor Karen Shook about the book, the wide and varied range of celebrities featured (from David Starkey to Kermit the Frog), and the many anecdotes that emerged from their conversations with the famous.

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