Introducing Jason Byrne to an audience is like dropping a vitamin tablet into a glass of water; his shows are a masterclass in improvised mayhem. He talks here about the challenges of translating that madness onto TV, examines the structure of a particularly memorable incident in real depth, and also discusses the times when the show hasn’t catalysed as he wanted.
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Posted by Stuart Goldsmith on Wednesday, November 4th, 2015.
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