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Join host Jodi Hockinson as she welcomes Tony Klinger, author of Under God’s Table. Tony Klinger is a writer & filmmaker. In June he received Romford’s “Lifetime Achievement Award” which joins his many other awards. He writes novels, film scripts and plays. His novel, Under God’s Table, and his book, The Who and I, about making his film, The Kids are Alright, are now on sale.
The second edition of another of his novels, The Butterfly Boy, is expected to be available before Christmas. Tony’s latest film production, a feature documentary, titled The Man Who Got Carter, premiered in 2018. In a career that spans being an academic, business leader, film-maker and writer Klinger simply calls himself a storyteller.
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The Look Back Machine Podcast
In full festive Halloween spirit, the good folks at the Look Back Machine Podcast Interviewed Tony about his experience with the Legendary Vincent Price on The Butterfly Ball (1977). Vincent’s performance as the narrator motivated Tony through the cursed production.
Romford Film Festival Q&A
20 min | English | Tony Klinger
In 2018 Tony was presented with The Lifetime Achievement Award at the Romford Film Festival.
Here is an interview with Tony following his acceptance of the award.
Tony is a proud member of Artists United and the Northamptonshire Authors Society.
BBC RADIO NORTHAMPTON
WITH CHRIS BERROW
Tony sits in with Chris Berrow to preview his film and Oscars special, as well as talking about the brilliant Give-Get-Go community outreach project.
Interview starts at 37:40
Tony also returned to discuss the 2019 Academy Awards night:
Interview starts at 1:37:24
THE DOUGLAS COLEMAN SHOW
Tony sat down to talk with Douglas Coleman and enjoyed discussing his past experiences with rock band The Who, as well as delving into some of the things Tony has in store for the future.
TONY ON HOPE.FM
Tony was kindly invited on to talk with Deborah Fennella and Tony C Gough on their afternoon radio show in Bournemouth. They have a great discussion about Tony's father Michael Klinger, as well as the exciting plans for the new musical with David Courtney 'The Show Must Go On'
SOUL RADIO USA - SPOTLIGHT ON HERE
Tony was a guest on SoulRadioUSA having an excellent interview with Steve Harris about his career and current projects sharing anecdotes and information on what is in the pipeline.
The Kids Are Alright
The Man Who Got Carter
The Show Must Go On
NEW Tony Klinger on TalkRADIO
Tony made an appearance on TalkRadio with host James Whale. James is also going to be hosting the Q&A session at the world premiere of The Man Who Got Carter.
Med's and Kell have very kindly mentioned Tony and his upcoming documentary in the October episode of their excellent podcast. Med's provides a wonderful shout out of support, going the extra mile to add the message in a re-edit to close the show.
THE AUDIO ADE-MEMOIRE PODCAST
Tony made an appearance on The audio Ade-Memoire podcast show, having a brilliant discussion on The Man Who Got Carter with the excellent hosts.
'PLAY MORRICONE FOR ME' - JACK CRIDDLE
Play Morricone For Me looks at classic rockumentaries, including Woodstock, The Last Waltz, Gimme Shelter and more, which a special interview with Tony Klinger, producer of he Kids Are Alright, the seminal film about The Who. Tony also discusses his behind-the-scenes book, The Who and I, and his forthcoming documentary about his father, The Man Who Got Carter.
Worlds Most Amazing People
Tony made an appearance on the Worlds Most Amazing People (WMAP) radio show in New York, answering questions on his career as well as discussing The Man Who Got Carter
DARE TO BE AUTHENTIC - RADIO INTERVIEW
U.S based internet radio show hosted by life coach Mari Mitchell.
Tony discusses his career experiences, his approach to work and life, and shares exciting information on his projects with Mari.
3 min | English | Tony Klinger
Tony shares his expertise on presentations and public speaking.
With such a plethora of career experience, through a wide array of professions and locations, there is always plenty to share.