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Michael Parkinson interviews Richard Attenborough in 2000

Tributes have poured in from the worlds of entertainment and politics following the death of Richard Attenborough.

The Oscar-winning actor and director died on Sunday at the age of 90.

In 2000, Michael Parkinson interviewed Lord Attenborough, as one of his films, Grey Owl was released.

Parkinson described him as a "pin-up boy of the 1950s" and asked him about his change in direction from actor to director.

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