Michael Parkinson is arguably the most famous British TV broadcaster. Today we will discuss about Michael Parkinson: Interviews| jazz FM| Son Pub.
Michael Parkinson: Interviews| jazz FM| Son Pub
Sir Michael Parkinson CBE (born 28 March 1935) is an English broadcaster, journalist and author. He presented his own television talk show Parkinson’s from 1971 to 1982 and from 1998 to 2007, as well as other talk shows and programs in the UK and internationally. He has also worked in radio. He has been described by The Guardian as “the great British talkshow host”.
Parkinson was born on 28 March 1935 in the village of Cudworth near Barnsley, then in the West Riding of Yorkshire (since 1974 included in the new metropolitan county of South Yorkshire).
There was usually a musical interlude at some point, featuring a current recording star. If a solo singer, he was accompanied by the show’s musicians, who also provided walk-on music for each guest. In the 1970s, the group was led by organist Harry Stoneham, who composed the show’s theme tune. In the relaunched show the role was played by Laurie Holloway.
Veteran broadcaster Sir Michael Parkinson will return to the airwaves at the age of 86 with a new show for Jazz FM.
Beginning with US drumming legend Buddy Rich, Sir Michael will share his favorite tracks and his passion for jazz artists during the course of the six-part series.
The pub was bought by the chat show host and journalist in 2001, before being sold to his son eight years ago. During the 19 years of the Parkinson family’s tenure, the pub became a well-known dining venue serving British cuisine and has played host to many famous musicians and actors, as well as members of the royal family, including the Queen.
After much thought have decided to give up Cow's milk and drink Soya. I have had Abdominal Hives of unknown origin since May 4th 2008.— Michael Parkinson (@_Parkinson_) November 22, 2010
How old is Michael Parkinson ill?
Where is Michael Parkinson now?
Parkinson and his wife live in Bray, Berkshire. He met his friend Michel Roux when they were Sunday boating in the River Thames at his then pub, the Waterside Inn.