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EXCERPTS are taken from an interview between Patrick Malahide and radio
host Brian Edwards on Radio New Zealand's Top o' the Morning
program on February 15, 1997. These excerpts are supplied by Replay
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Malahide discusses the choice of his stage name which was drawn
EXCERPT 2: Brian Edwards invites
Malahide to demonstrate the differences in accents
EXCERPT 3: Malahide relates his
early experience as stage manager at the Byre Theatre,
EXCERPT 4: During
the last act of Private Lives, Malahide attempted to resign from
EXCERPT 5: Malahide
discusses his first professional acting role and the creation
EXCERPT 6: Brian
Edwards asks Malahide to comment about Dennis Potter, author of
Malahide discusses Potter's defense of public service broadcasting
EXCERPT 8: Malahide talks about his role as Reverend Casaubon in Eliot's Middlemarch.
EXCERPT 9: Malahide
discusses his work in Hollywood following Middlemarch
EXCERPT 10: Brief remarks about the balance between acting and writing.
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