Now, do you know this voice?
'I remember Jason when he was two.
He used to scream and shout all day.
Yes . . .
all the way from Sydney, Australia . . .
She flew here specially for this programme.
It's your sister, Susan Fraser!
Susan . . .
Why didn't you tell me . . .
oh, this is wonderful!
Yes, you haven't seen each other for 13 years . . .
take a seat next to him, Susan.
You started school at the age of five, in 1952, and in 1958 you moved to Lane End Secondary School.
Do you remember this voice?
Stop looking out of the window!
' Oh, no!
It's Mr. Hooper!
Your English teacher, Mr. Stanley Hooper.
Was Jason a good student, Mr. Hooper?
No, he was the worst in the class . . .
but he was a brilliant actor, even in those days.
He could imitate all the teachers?
Thank you, Mr. Hooper. You can speak to Jason, later.
Well, you went to the London School of Drama in 1966, and left in 1969.
In 1973 you went to Hollywood.
Do you know this voice?
'Hi Jason . . .
Can you ride a horse yet?
Maria Montrose . . .
who's come from Hollywood to be with you tonight.
Hello, Jason . . .
it's great to be here.
Jason and I were in a movie together in 1974.
Jason had to learn to ride a horse . . .
Well, Jason doesn't like horses very much.
I'm terrified of them!
Anyway, he practised for two weeks.
Then he went to the director . . .
it was Charles Orson . . .
and said, 'What do you want me to do?
' Charles said, 'I want you to fall off the horse'.
Jason was furious.
He said, 'What?
I've been practising for two weeks . . .
I could fall off the first day . . .
without any practice!