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In episode 12 of YDKM: The interviewer becomes the interviewee. When Matt Preston turns the tables on Virginia Trioli, she spills the beans about a life lived in an "ecstasy of worry", the hard road to motherhood and the glimmer of self-respect she is able to find in a moment that still deeply disappoints her.
In episode 11 of YDKM with Virginia Trioli: Growing up in southern Africa without a television, a life on the screen was beyond anything Richard E. Grant could have imagined. The Withnail and I, Downton Abbey and Star Wars actor tells Virginia Trioli about his unusual addiction to a diva queen, dreams of starring in a Tarantino movie and his wife's challenge to him in the days before her death.
In episode 10 of YDKM with Virginia Trioli: Singer, actor and all-round nice guy, there is much more to David Campbell than being the son of Jimmy Barnes. David opens up about trying to make his own mark, dealing with a sense of abandonment and the time he almost became the lead singer of rock band Foreigner.
In episode eight of YDKM with Virginia Trioli: Richard Tognetti, the artistic director of the Australian Chamber Orchestra, may be one of our most celebrated and gifted musicians, but he once dreamed of giving it all away to be a 'liftie' on the ski slopes. These days he dreams of making music in the kitchen.
In episode six of YDKM with Virginia Trioli: One of the greatest dancers of his generation, David Hallberg took a leap of faith to come to Australia. Now the artistic director of the Australian Ballet, he tells Virginia Trioli about sneaking out his bedroom window, being bullied as a young boy who wanted to dance and the thrill of long, deserted roads.