Series of interviews from the late 50s and early 60s with John Freeman.
John Freeman faced a difficult subject in Evelyn Waugh when he interviewed him in 1960.
John Freeman interviews the racing car driver Stirling Moss. (1960)
Adam Faith became the first pop singer to be interviewed by John Freeman. (1960)
Lord Russell discusses his experiences, achievements, and unfulfilled ambitions. (1959)
Professor Carl Jung was viewed as the greatest living psychologist. (1959)
The eccentric poet and personality Edith Sitwell, was John Freeman's guest. (1959)
John Freeman interviews radio and television comedian Tony Hancock in 1960.
Martin Luther King, civil rights leader, interviewed by John Freeman. (1961)
Comedian Ken Dodd talks to Jeremy Isaacs about his unique approach to comedy. (1995)
The writer Jeanette Winterson talks openly to Jeremy Isaacs. (1994)
Jeremy Isaacs talks to the American writer Maya Angelou about her life. (1994)
Jeremy Isaacs talks to the Hollywood legend Lauren Bacall. (1995)