Brian Edwards is an Irish import who made a big impact on Kiwi current affairs. First seen on 1960s regional show Town and Around, he was later in at the launch of consumer rights show Fair Go. In this ScreenTalk Short, Edwards talks about the joys of his first TV gig, his unfounded reputation as an ‘aggressive interviewer’, helping solve an infamous Post Office strike on Gallery, talking sodomy on Edwards on Saturday, how Fair Go was a "goodies and baddies" show, feeling ill with stress during live show Edwards at Large, and how current affairs doesn't get enough Kiwi air time.
The full version of this interview was first uploaded on 27 July 2011.
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Interview, Camera and Editing - Andrew Whiteside