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Tonyblack

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I'm sure this may have been done before, but I can't find it, so I thought I'd start a new thread.

This one is from Pebble Mill on the BBC back in the CD Rom days of 1995.

 

Tonyblack

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This is an interview with David Frost on the show Frost Over The World

 

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Some random thoughts...

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Interview from 1995.
Wow, how young Terry looked back then, even with the greying beard.

I remember the first Discworld game. :) I still have it, and bring it out from time to time. It's a nice reminder of the way things were. :)

Was Terry worried that his books would be replaced by CDs? Nope. And now CD-ROMs have bitten the dust, and DVDs too.

*LOL* A disservice to molluscs. Love it. :) I still remember the old, old anecdote about someone who wanted to buy "Mort" but told Terry "We have to lose the whole Death angle, it's a downer." :rolleyes:
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Interview from 13/6/2008.
Just think - last year was the 35th anniversary of Discworld. This year would be the 36th.

This interview is longer, with fewer jokes and more philosophy, but also very interesting.

"Cutting the arse off a dead mole" (roughly 10:00)... love it.

"There are so many 'cures' for Alzheimer's that I'm surprised it still exists." *LOL*
 

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