Sir Alec Guinness - My Name Escapes Me

Episodes

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0120071105 (BBC7)
20131014 (BBC7)

Sir Alec Guinness reads from his memoirs. January 1st 1995: absent friends, 'retirement', a break near Avignon, and termites.

01. January 1st 199520110912 (BBC7)

The acting knight reads from his memoirs. January 1st 1995: absent friends, 'retirement', a break near Avignon - and termites.

absent friends, 'retirement', a break near Avignon - and termites.

02
0220071106 (BBC7)
20131015 (BBC7)

The double Oscar-winner's 1990s memoirs, featuring musings on fame and fans, Shakespeare's Globe and early theatre-going in Eastbourne. From September 1996.

0220110913 (BBC7)

The double Oscar-winner's 1990s memoirs. Musings on fame and fans, Shakespeare's Globe and early theatre-going in Eastbourne.

Musings on fame and fans, Shakespeare's Globe and early theatre-going in Eastbourne.

03
0320071107 (BBC7)
20131016 (BBC7)

The acclaimed actor recalls dark days of misfortune for his wife and son, plus tales of Burton and Taylor and the Old Vic. From September 1996.

0320110914 (BBC7)

The acclaimed actor recalls dark days of misfortune for his wife and son, plus tales of Burton and Taylor - and the Old Vic.

The actor recalls dark days for his wife and son, plus tales of Burton and Taylor.

04
0420071108 (BBC7)
20131017 (BBC7)

The acting knight's 1990s memoirs. A forgotten favour turns up on screen, and there are memories of filmmaker David Lean.

0420110915 (BBC7)

The acting knight's 1990s memoirs. A forgotten favour turns up on screen - and there are memories of film-maker David Lean.

A forgotten favour turns up on screen - and there are memories of film-maker David Lean.

05 LAST
05 LAST20071109 (BBC7)
20131018 (BBC7)

The actor concludes his memoirs, musing on Leonard Cheshire, a stormy Easter in Rome, British beef and 100 years of cinema.

05 LAST20110916 (BBC7)

The actor concludes his memoirs - musing on Leonard Cheshire, a stormy Easter in Rome, British beef and 100 Years of Cinema.

The actor muses on Leonard Cheshire, a stormy Easter in Rome and British beef.