Face to Face

A legendary series of half-hour interviews, conducted by John Freeman between February 1959 and April 1962. Freeman never appeared on camera throughout the 35 shows; only his questions could be heard. His guests were filmed in tight close-ups under stark lighting conditions, as if under interrogation. Guests ranged from Lord Reith, Bertrand Russell and Martin Luther King to Adam Faith and Stirling Moss. This edition dates from February 1961 and features Tony Hancock. The titles were unique for every edition, illustrated by Feliks Topolski with images of the guest.

Media Details
Content Type: Programme Titles
Picture: 4:3 Colour
Quality: ST
Production and Transmission
Production Co.:BBC British Broadcasting Corporation
Country: United Kingdom
Talent and Credits
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