When Louis Met... is a series of documentary made by Bafta award-winning film-maker Louis Theroux. In the series, Theroux accompanies a different British celebrity in each programme as they go about their day-to-day business, interviewing them about their lives and experiences as he does so.
Episode 2x4; Mar 26, 2002
2x4: Max Clifford
2x3: Keith Harris and Orville
2x2: Chris Eubank
2x1: Ann Widdecombe
1x3: The Hamiltons
1x2: Paul & Debbie
1x1: Jimmy Savile
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