Peter did say that his sight doesn't allow him to read which has unfortunately meant he is unable to work on radio productions which he adored doing. I don't recall 'A Warning To The Curious' being mentioned Arthur but the 30 min Interview and Q.A session was only enough to scratch the surface of his career. If it's mentioned in his book I will post it on here
Sometimes Peter would confer with Toby and his mind would be jogged which is why I mentioned The Sweeney a second time. All in all his Interview very interesting and I'm glad I attended.
A interesting fact about the venue of An Afternoon With Peter Vaughan.
The Cinema Museum is the former Lambeth Workhouse. It was originally housed in Raleigh Hall, Brixton, before relocating to its current location, the former Administration block of the Lambeth Workhouse in 1998. A fitting venue when you scratch below the surface as it was the childhood home of non other than Charlie Chaplin.
Post by Charles Bronson on May 31, 2016 19:17:30 GMT
I'm glad to hear that you all had a great day. Thanks for filling us in on the day's events. Your reports were really interesting. Amazing that Peter is still a bit active at the age of 93. Regarding the Star Tavern in Belgravia, I went there myself once, the Saturday before a meet, when I was doing a location tour of a "Danger Man Episode". (the Star featured in it.) I didn't know that the pub had such an interesting history though. I also went to The George Inn once, on an organized London pub tour.