Index and Acknowledgements
What follows is a transcript of the interview that played on Bravo Profiles in April 2001. I did my best to get it word for word (excluding some stuttering). I've divided it into several sections for easier reading, but kept the original sequence. Where it seems to jump is mostly because there was interspersed concert and video footage. I fully acknowledge Alan Yentob, David Bowie, the BBC, Bravo, and everyone else I don't know the names of who worked on it.
CHANGES--BOWIE AT 50
in conversation with Alan Yentob
Introduction and being a pop star at 50
On what he does best
On the song "Life on Mars"
On the origins of Ziggy Stardust
On otherness and touching with madness
On the 'difficult period' of 1975
1978 Arena BBC interview
On Brian Eno and the "New School of Pretention"
On his versatility, voice, and role models
On the album "Let's Dance"
On Tin Machine
On how he writes his songs
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