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Clive James

Vivian Leopold "Clive" James CBE, AM (born 7 October 1939) is an Australian author, critic, broadcaster, poet and memoirist, best known for his autobiographical series Unreliable Memoirs, for his chat shows and documentaries on British television and for his prolific journalism. He has lived and worked in the United Kingdom since the early 1960s.

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Fame In The 20th Century - Concept
... James and his team developed the series as a study on the concept fame, and more specifically "world fame" ... Clive James focused on fame in the 20th century, because the arrival of mass media, film and television changed the ways people became famous forever ... James cites Chaplin as the first truly world famous 20th century celebrity ...
Clive James - Bibliography
... in Texas essays 1980–87 1990 Autobiography May Week Was in June 1991 Non-fiction Clive James On Television A one-volume edition of the television criticism books 1991 Fiction Brrm! Brrm! Released in ...
Za Gaman
... Britain, due to its appearance on the British television programmes Clive James on Television, and subsequently Tarrant on TV under the name Endurance ... Following Clive James on Television, clips from the now-defunct show were also used in the nineties in Tarrant on TV ... The use of the clips on the Clive James show created some controversy, with some Japanese feeling that the show was unrepresentative, and some British ...
Bea Ballard - Early Television Career
... Ballard also produced the majority of Clive James’ other output for the BBC ... Ballard also produced the documentary series for BBC ONE in which Clive James profiled various cities around the world - Clive James Postcards… ... from An Audience With (Peter Ustinov Billy Connolly), to The Late Clive James, to Michael Aspel and Company, to BAFTA Awards ...
So It Goes (TV Series) - Series 1 - Show 9
1976 Presented by Tony Wilson, featuring Clive James Director Peter Walker Producer Chris Pye Featured live studio performances by Gentlemen singing 'My Ego's Killing Me ... In 'Brain Damage', Clive James attacked the music reviews of Charles Shaar Murray ... Back in the studio, Clive James interviewed Peter Cook (possessed by his alter-ego 'Clive') ...

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    Anyone afraid of what he thinks television does to the world is probably just afraid of the world.
    Clive James (b. 1939)

    It appears I am destined for something; I will live.
    —Robert Clive (1725–1774)