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24 May 2006

A life in pop tonight

"Pet Shop Boys: A Life In Pop", a Channel 4 documentary about Pet Shop Boys, made with their full cooperation, will be shown tonight on Channel 4 in the UK at 11.05pm (immediately following "Desperate Housewives"). It includes interviews with Bruce Weber, Robbie Williams, The Killers’ Brandon Flowers, Keane’s Tim Rice-Oxley and The Scissor Sisters’ Jake Shears amongst others. Neil and Chris are interviewed together at Tate Modern in London and are filmed and interviewed separately in their hometowns of Newcastle and Blackpool. A much longer version of the documentary will subsequently be released on DVD. (A correction: Channel 4's pre-publicity suggests that Pet Shop Boys' first producer Bobby 'O', appears in the film, but this is not the case.) Related link: Channel 4

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