Tony Wilson Remembered

Peter Saville went on BBC2’s Newsnight last Friday, along with writer Paul Morley and, bizarrely, presenter Richard Madeley, to discuss the legacy of Tony Wilson

Peter Saville went on BBC2’s Newsnight last Friday, along with writer Paul Morley and, bizarrely, presenter Richard Madeley, to discuss the legacy of Tony Wilson, who had died earlier the same day

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