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An Evening with Sir Michael Parkinson is in the theatre's Assembly Room and starts at 7.
With a career spanning over 40 years, Michael Parkinson is the most successful and recognised interviewer in the country and one of the nation's favourite television personalities.
Summary: Michael Parkinson brands Russell Brand 'pointless'
TV veteran Michael Parkinson has criticised the "foolish ambition" of celebrities who try their hand at fronting talk shows.
MICHAEL Parkinson was at it again this week, dismissing modern sports commentary as "a wasteland of babbling".
SIR Michael Parkinson has hit out at the television output of property programmes and police chases in the wake of the announcement that the South Bank Show is to be axed.
The guidelines are part of the RCN's Dignity Campaign, which has lured Sir Michael Parkinson out of retirement for one last show due to screen later this year.
TV VETERAN Michael Parkinson and comic Frank Skinner are to battle it out for the crown of chat show king on Saturday nights.
Summary: Sir Michael Parkinson has called for television executives to bring back chat shows.
THE final programme in this series sees Mike Murphy meeting some of Sydney's most interesting residents including legendary chat show host Michael Parkinson.
Journalist and television presenter Michael Parkinson, 66: Parkinson started his journalistic career on his school magazine and later worked on several local newspapers before joining a national newspaper, the Daily Express.
SIR Michael Parkinson and Kylie Minogue, OBE, are among the figures from showbiz, sport, politics, the military and business to be recognised in the New Year Honours List.
Chat show king Michael Parkinson was full of modesty when he received his CBE at Buckingham Palace yesterday - and proved it by accidentally leaving his medal on a bench.
A FORMER Midland footballer has revealed how he waited more than 30 years for TV legend Michael Parkinson to pay him back seven shillings.
Michael Parkinson has become the latest celebrity to do a voiceover for a Marks & Spencer TV food ad in the i post-Dervla Kirwan era.