"People always said that if you had Jimmy McGovern writing and Ken Horn directing, you were onto a winner". These were the words of actress Eithne Browne when she joined us in The Lonely Arts Club earlier this series.
We've already had one half of this famous duo in the studio, so it's only right that we hear from the other.
In The Lonely Arts Club this week, we welcome television producer and director, Ken Horn.
Ken's career in TV spans decades and he's been instrumental in many of the dramas that have been on our TV screens over the years.
Line of Duty, The Diplomat, Emmerdale and of course Brookside are just a few of the TV hits that have benefited from Ken's expertise.
Martin McQuillan talks to Ken about his long and successful career in television and what advice he has for anyone looking to get into the industry.
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