Here is the webcast of the head to head between Max Clifford and myself at the London College of Communications last Tuesday, in nine handy bite-sized chunks. Apologies to anyone who logged in to Ustream in the hope of seeing the debate streamed live – Ustream crashed and prevented us from going ahead.
Part Two: Andrew reveals his knowledge of football, and Max discusses the difference between ’stars’ and ‘celebrities’
Part Three: Mark begins with an attack on new agents, who lack in skill and who profit by peddling hope.
Part Four: Are reality shows good or bad?
Part Five: Any advice for Gordon Brown?
Part Six: Which begins with Max being asked how he has kept the identity of his bisexual Premiership footballing client out of the media…
Part Seven: Does Max feel guilty about profiting from Jade’s death, or Kerry Katona’s misfortune – or causing misery for other people?
Part Eight: LCC Year 3 PR student Cally Sheard questions Max on whether the public or the media determine the agenda, using the Barrymore story as an example.
Part Nine: Conclusion!