Every month our clandestine critic reveals the murky truths behind that infamous trade, and live comedy generally. This month: Should working with shady characters come with the showbiz territory?
There's an interesting bit in Al Murray's enjoyably meticulous military historiography, Watching War Films With My Dad, where he and a TV crew weigh up the whys and wherefores of shaking hands with a Nazi. Always tricky.
That came about because they'd secured an interview with one of Hitler's surviving bunker lieutenants for the documentary series Road To Berlin, but then the night before, it dawned on them: how do you...
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