Full post production on 1 x 60 min one off interview for Sky Arts.
Led Zeppelin frontman Robert Plant sits down with Malcolm Gerrie at the Hospital Club in Covent Garden, London for a candid chat about his life and career.
The Black Country native performed with a number of groups before Jimmy Page invited him to join his new band, the New Yardbirds, in 1968. The group eventually became Led Zeppelin and would go on to become one of the greatest rock groups of all time.
Recounting stories from his wild Led Zeppelin days in the 70s, as well as tales from his life as a solo performer from 1982 onwards, Plant shines a light on the influences that have shaped his career and elaborates on his unique creative processes.
Tom Lucas completed the online and grade with Avid Symphony and Jack Meadows mixed the audio with Pro Tools 11.