In this final installment of our two part podcast, Paul moves on from his reminiscences about his days in television to talk about a variety of other subjects. Along the way we not only hear some great stories but also get several gems of knowledge and a couple ideas for tricks, too. This conversation could have gone on for quite some time longer so I sincerely thank Paul for being so gracious with his time. And I should thank his wife, Debbie, too, for I'm sure that she was busy putting away Christmas decorations all by herself as Paul talked with me all the while never complaining or shouting for him to get off the phone and help.
Paul recently completed a four DVD set called "Bravura" covering his full act including his chop cup routine, electric chairs, egg, lemon & walnut and more. This is a complete and thorough explanation of everything and is a great legacy for many generations of future generations of magicians to study.
In this second part of our discussion, Paul talks about the disposition of his magic collection and give us several stories of working for the Royal family, his recreation of Max Malini at the Edinburgh "Fringe Festival", his fingertip accident with a table saw, magic club politics, and more. At 76 years of age, Paul continues to present a live touring show each year in small theaters around the U.K. Along the way throughout our chat, Paul offers some great tips on performing.
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