"This man should go far - Australia perhaps" - Sir Michael Parkinson

The worm has turned. Son of Parky dishes the dirt on his terrible childhood at the hands of his domineering father. How he was forced to turn his back on a career as an interpretive dancer to work as a slave producing his domineering egomaniacal father's show. How he endured meeting and spending time with some of the most awful stars of stage and screen. How the talk show has ruined his life.

****SPOILER ALERT***** all the above is untrue

Actually it's just an hour of funny and entertaining memories of growing up on a talk show set, the strange world of celebrity, working on his father's show and his own view of the talk show business with the aid of clips featuring Parky, Frostie, Wogan and one or two who didn't quite make the grade but ended up producing some of the most inadvertently funny moments on telly.

50% of ticket proceeds go to the charity for the support and protection of battered and emotionally exploited children of celebrities.

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