As the BBC2 website for Open Book states:
"Film actor Richard E Grant talks about his film diary "The Wah Wah Diaries", an account of his directorial debut of a film "Wah Wah" which he wrote and tells the story of his traumatic childhood in Swaziland."
Sue W. put me on to this interview, which was featured on the BBC Radio 4 "Open Book" program last month. In it Richard talks about his new book "The Wah-Wah Diaries: The Making Of A Film". To listen, just click here.
Sue also alerted me to an interview that Richard did with Tavis Smiley for PBS.org in America a couple of weeks back. This one also features Richard talking about the making of Wah-Wah, along with the AIDS epidemic that is sweeping his homeland of Swaziland. To read the transcript or listen to the show, just click here.