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Release Date:
17 June 2010 (UK) See more »
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Cast

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David Frost ... Himself - Presenter (also archive footage) (as Sir David Frost)

Millicent Martin ... Herself - Satirist (archive footage)
Bernard Levin ... Himself - Satirist (archive footage)
Cyril Osborne ... Himself - Interviewee (archive footage) (as Sir Cyril Osborne MP)
Lance Percival ... Himself - Satirist (archive footage)
William Rushton ... Himself - Satirist (archive footage) (as Willie Rushton)
David Owen ... Himself - Politican (as Lord David Owen)
Nancy Ames ... Herself - Satirist (archive footage)

Chevy Chase ... Himself - Satirist (also archive footage)

Lorne Michaels ... Himself - Creator and Executive Producer, 'Saturday Night Live'

Dan Aykroyd ... Himself - Satirist
John Lloyd ... Himself - Producer, 'Spitting Image'
Ian Hislop ... Himself - Satirist (also archive footage)
Steve Punt ... Himself - Satirist
Rory Bremner ... Himself / Ronald Reagan / Tony Blair (also archive footage)

Steve Nallon ... Himself / Margaret Thatcher (archive footage)

Will Ferrell ... Himself / George W. Bush (also archive footage)

Sarah Palin ... Herself - Vice President Nominee (archive footage)

Katie Couric ... Herself - Interviewer of Sarah Palin (archive footage)

Tina Fey ... Herself / Sarah Palin (also archive footage)

Jo Brand ... Herself - Satirist (archive footage)

Jon Stewart ... Himself - Satirist (also archive footage)

Bill Maher ... Himself - Satirist (also archive footage)

Writing credits
Fred Metcalf (written by)

Andrew Fettis (special material) and
David Frost (special material) (as Sir David Frost) and
Figs Jackman (special material)

Produced by
Andrew Fettis .... producer
Gilly Hall .... executive producer: BBC
Figs Jackman .... edit producer
Trevor Poots .... executive producer
 
Cinematography by
Simon Fanthorpe (photography)
Yahel Herzog (photography)
Nick Manley (photography)
Allan Palmer (photography)
Jeff Schwarts (photography)
Mike Ward (photography)
 
Makeup Department
Jeanie Dimore .... makeup artist
Lynne Somerville .... makeup artist
Brenda Yewdell .... makeup artist
Lisa Zimmitti .... makeup artist
 
Production Management
Michelle Imber .... production manager
 
Sound Department
Tom Bergin .... sound
Jamie Hartland .... dubbing mixer
Alan Hill .... sound
Andy Hoare .... sound
Percy Urgena .... sound
 
Editorial Department
Tom Dixon-Spain .... off-line editor (as Tom Dixon Spain)
Enge Gray .... colorist
David Grewal .... on-line editor
 
Other crew
Lucy Chalkley .... production assistant
Isaure De Pontbriand .... researcher
Valerie Hetherington .... archive researcher
Bill Maher .... archive source
Aaron Thomas .... production assistant
 

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Runtime:
60 min
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Color | Black and White (archive footage)

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no Colbert or Morris, 10 October 2011
Author: J (jgkinoz@hotmail.com) from UK

*** This review may contain spoilers ***

This broad-gram features a selection of televisual satirists talking about what they do. It is interesting what the selected interviewees say. Frost reiterates a few simple questions such as "can satire change the world?". The BBC claims this is an "investigation into the power of political satire". I would describe it as a self-congratulatory establishment pat on the back for David Frost and a selection of media personalities that came after him.

Sadly there is no mention of Chris Morris or Stephen Colbert clearly the two most important satirists of modern times. Colbert is great. Check out his historic 2006 white house correspondents dinner performance.

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