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Elton John, Antonia Fraser on George Weidenfeld, Nicholas Searle

Elton John talks about returning to his rock roots and the joy of the school run, plus an appeal to find missing works of public art and Antonia Fraser on Lord Weidenfeld.

Elton John tells John Wilson about returning to his rock roots and the joy of the school run.

Front Row launches an appeal to track down lost public art works.

Lady Antonia Fraser pays tribute to her mentor, Lord Weidenfeld, who's died at the age of 96.

Nicholas Searle discusses his debut novel, The Good Liar, a story of a conman in his 80s who hopes to pull off one last job when he meets a woman through a dating website.

Comic book writer Kieron Gillen gives his take on Sky One's new superhero drama Lucky Man, based on an idea by Stan Lee and starring James Nesbitt.

Producer: Dixi Stewart.

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30 minutes

Chapters

  • Elton John

    Duration: 06:52

  • Lost Public Art with Sarah Gaventa

    Duration: 04:51

  • Review of Stan Lee's Lucky Man

    Duration: 03:23

  • Lady Antonia Fraser talking about her mentor Lord Weidenfeld

    Duration: 05:09

  • Nicholas Searle - The Good Liar

    Duration: 07:22

Elton John

Elton John
John Wilson talks to Elton John about his new album Wonderful Crazy Life.

Lost Public Works of Art

Lost Public Works of Art
Front Row supports Historic England's appeal to track down lost public art works.

Lucky Man

Lucky Man
Lucky Man starring James Nesbit begins on Sky1 on Friday 22 January at 9pm. 

Nicholas Searle

Nicholas Searle
The Good Liar by Nicholas Searle is published by Penguin Random House. 

Lord Weidenfeld

Lord Weidenfeld
Lady Antonia Fraser pays tribute to her mentor, Lord Weidenfeld, who's died at the age of 96. 

Credits

Role Contributor
Presenter John Wilson
Interviewed Guest Elton John
Interviewed Guest Antonia Fraser
Interviewed Guest Nicholas Searle
Interviewed Guest Kieron Gillen
Producer Dixi Stewart

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