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Stephen Fry

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2.0 von 5 Sternen What a hotch-potch! 30. April 2013
Von Steve Benner - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
I am completely mystified by this CD compilation. Given the many hours' worth of recordings of interviews with or introspective musings by Stephen Fry that the BBC must have in its archive, just why it should assemble this meagre and motley bunch of recordings for release is quite beyond me! The editing, especially of the early recordings, is really very poor too, with almost all of each interviewer's questions taken out, leaving Stephen Fry's answers as isolated bleeding chunks of conversation without a context or a framework, leaving the listener wondering just what he was asked in each case. There is also considerable repetition of material across the six disparate radio and TV appearances plundered for these recordings, making the disc a moderately irritating listen if tackled in one go.

Overall, the disc is salvaged from being relegated to the very bottom drawer solely by virtue of the fact that Stephen Fry is always a pleasure to listen to, with something fascinating or humorous to say, even when indulging in the most swingeing of self-defamation. All in all, though, there is little about this release to recommend it for purchase. Come on, AudioGo; you can do better than this!
3.0 von 5 Sternen WHOSE IDEA WAS THIS? 4. Mai 2013
Von DAVID BRYSON - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Well, at least I didn't have to pay for this, and I would advise anyone who is thinking of that to think twice. It is always a pleasure to listen to Stephen Fry, and he is as urbane, charming and articulate as ever here. However is this the BBC's idea of an anthology? Of the six interviews from which we hear extracts, five are from the period 1987-99, only the Front Row snippet is at all recent, and even that dates from 2010. Some of the information is mildly interesting, to be sure. I had no idea that Stephen had been a kleptomaniac in his schooldays still less that he had done porridge for it, and I thought that his self-assessment as a half-hearted rebel was candid and honest with himself.

However I would have expected that much from Fry. What gets little if any proper treatment is his polymath knowledge, which is sometimes little short of astounding. The official blurb tells us that he is frank about his sexuality, but don't get your hopes up - he doesn't like sex and doesn't do it, or at least he used not to. Almost everything he says here about his time at Cambridge relates to his acquaintance with Emma Thompson and Hugh Lawrie, leading thespians in their time and maybe still to this day, but an odd subject to be given so much prominence as it is here. I mean, is it not worth the trouble of telling us what Stephen so much as studied at Cambridge?

I don't feel like prolonging such a catalogue of complaints, except to say that I'm not sure whether the short playing time (45 minutes or so) of the disc is a bad thing or a good thing under the circumstances. I could not bring myself to give less than three stars to anything featuring Stephen Fry, but, honestly, pants to the BBC for this effort.
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