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A lot of TV folk want to be edgy rather than engaging, but Richard says that 'niche' TV has never been his bag.
'Although sometimes you can be niche and nice, if you think of a show like Father Ted,' he says.
'Ann Widdecombe came on and boasted about how she didn't have a TV.
I don't think that's anything to be proud of,' sniffs Richard.
'There are stars who you think, "Why aren't they on TV any more?
" I can tell you exactly why – because they annoyed far too many junior assistants who are now commissioning editors and simply will not work with them.' So is he as clever as he seems on TV?
'I think you'll find a lot of people behind the scenes on TV – writers, producers – are pretty witty and quite a clever bunch.'He was posh, but what I like about him is that he never tried to de-posh, if that's a word.Actually, the more I got to know the public school people, the more I liked them, despite myself.'At Cambridge Alexander was a contemporary of the 'effortlessly cool' Ben Miller, who became his comedy partner in the sketch show Armstrong & Miller ('he was going out with Rachel Weisz at the time, which says it all').Seit dem 1.7.2017 ist das neue Prostituiertenschutzgesetz in Kraft.Das Gesetz bringt eine Reihe von einschneidenden Änderungen mit.