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The Frost Interview

The Frost Interview

Gael Garcia Bernal: 'Being optimistic'

Witty, warm and enquiring, Sir David's last interview offers an insight into the life of the Mexican actor.

The Frost Interview

Marc Andreessen: 'Rush of enthusiasm'

An insight into the life of the man who has the ability to change the virtual and real world for the better.

The Frost Interview

Garry Kasparov: 'A game designed for me'

The chess grandmaster says the key to his success has not only been his talent but his discipline and intuition.

The Frost Interview

Lewis Hamilton: The 'danger factor'

An extraordinary insight into the life and career of one of the world's best known sportsmen.

The Frost Interview

Isabel Allende: 'Forever a foreigner'

An intimate, occasionally sad and frequently humorous insight into the life of one of the world's best known authors.

The Frost Interview

Daniel Barenboim: 'Spaces of dialogue'

A fascinating insight into one of classical music's best known and most controversial characters.

The Frost Interview

Buzz Aldrin: Discovering the moon

Sir David Frost travels to Los Angeles to meet the astronaut who became the second person to walk on the moon.

The Frost Interview

Shimon Peres: 'Self-victimising Palestinians'

Israel's president discusses Jewish settlements and insists Palestinians are victims of their own mistakes.

The Frost Interview

Craig Venter: 'The software of life'

Sir David Frost meets the scientist who first sequenced the human genome and went on to create artificial life.

The Frost Interview

Carlos Acosta: From pauper to prince

Sir David Frost travels to Havana, Cuba, to meet the world's most celebrated male ballet dancer in his homeland.

The Frost Interview

Aishwarya Rai: The return of the queen?

Life, love, food and film as seen through the eyes of one of India's leading ladies.

The Frost Interview

Jose Ramos-Horta: Lessons in patience

The former leader of East Timor on his remarkable journey from activist to politician to Nobel Peace Prize laureate.