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Daniel Weyman stars as David Bowie in this comic drama by Sean Grundy. Bowie leaves LA to escape the drug scene but Iggy Pop goes with him to Berlin, to make music and be 'normal'.

Inspired by the chaotic life of David Bowie during the making of the Low album released in 1977. This quirky, darkly comic drama by Sean Grundy takes a look into the mind of David Bowie during his years in Berlin.

After leaving LA, which he later said had brought him to the edge of sanity, Berlin influenced his recovery and inspired him to create one of 20th century's most iconic albums.

Writer: Sean Grundy
Director: Dirk Maggs
Producer: David Morley

A Perfectly Normal production for BBC Radio 4.

1 hour

Last on

Sat 7 Jul 2018 14:30

Credits

Role Contributor
Roy Martin Tom Alexander
Romy Haag Scott Capurro
Coco Laurel Lefkow
Angie Helene Maksoud
Zowie Bowie James Morley
Brian Eno Wilf Scolding
Iggy Pop Kerry Shale
Tony Visconti Martin T Sherman
David Bowie Daniel Weyman
Writer Sean Grundy
Director Dirk Maggs
Producer David Morley

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