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Urban Myths season 3

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8 episodes (110 views)
Air weekdate:Wednesday
Cast:Iwan Rheon, Lucian Msamati, Danny John-Jules, Osy Ikhile, Liam Macdonald, Noel Clarke, David Threlfall, Aiden Gillen, Ben Chaplin, Rupert Grint, Katherine Parkinson, Paul Ritter, Eddie Marsan
Channel:Sky Arts
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Urban Myths season 3 episodes list:

Episode #1: Princess Diana, Freddie Mercury and Kenny Everett (air date: 2019-04-10)

This story is an inspired, fictionalised account of an event that's part of the folklore of the Vauxhall Tavern. It features a night that Freddie Mercury and Kenny Everett put a disguise on their good friend, Princess Diana, and took her out for a night on the town, ending up at a club which results in a fictionalised encounter with Gareth, a drag artist with a painful secret.

Episode #2: Donald Trump and Andy Warhol (air date: 2019-04-17)

In 1984, property magnate and entrepreneur Donald Trump bought an American football team. In an attempt to stir up some publicity, he held cheerleader auditions in the basement of Trump Tower with a panel of celebrity judges, including Andy Warhol. Though initially reluctant to take part, Warhol had some unfinished business with the tycoon, who had previously commissioned some artwork which he never paid for. So Warhol decided to use the opportunity to confront the future US president about the debt.

Episode #3: Charles Dickens and Hans Christian Andersen (air date: 2019-04-24)

Bleak House Guest tells the story of when Danish author and Dickens superfan Hans Christian Andersen turned up unexpectedly on Charles and Catherine Dickens' doorstep, quickly proving himself to be the most impossible (and unshakeable) house-guest imaginable.

Episode #4: Joan Collins (air date: 2019-05-01)

This story revolves around the trial where Joan Collins went head-to-head with Random House in the mid-nineties. The author and actor was paid a large advance for her novel, which the publishers claimed was unpublishable, leading to one of the most extraordinary – and glamourous – trials of the decade.

Episode #5: Grace Jones (air date: 2019-05-08)

This is the story of a burglar who stumbled into Grace Jones and artist Jean-Paul Goude's New York apartment, armed with a very small gun. When he inadvertently chose to break into Grace and Jean-Paul's home (with a little interruption from Debbie Harry and Andy Warhol), he ended up with more than he bargained, having to deal with these two flamboyant, volatile lovers. Veering from desperate and dangerous to awe-struck and bemused, this was an afternoon which none of the three were expecting, least of all the burglar.

Episode #6: Madonna and Basquiat (air date: 2019-05-15)

Before she was famous, Madonna had a short but passionate and influential relationship with Jean Michel Basquiat, a pioneer and darling of the 1980s New York art scene. Basquiat was riding high while Madonna was a coat check girl, but she already had the self-belief to know she had something special. This myth takes place across one night on the New York subway, just before she infamously door-stepped music producer Seymour Stein at his hospital bedside where he signed her on the spot. This is a poignant moment, before Basquiat's untimely death and just before Madonna broke through to "take over the motherfucking world".

Episode #7: Paul McCartney (air date: 2019-05-22)

Telling the incredible tale of how Paul McCartney dreamt the melody of ‘Yesterday'. With a dollop of creative licence from writer Simon Nye, this is a heartfelt comedy drama showing how the greatest song of the twentieth century came to be.

Episode #8: Mick Jagger and Princess Margaret (air date: 2019-05-29)

Examining the decades-long friendship between Mick Jagger and Princess Margaret, we find out that Tony Blair submitted Jagger's name for the Queen's Honours' List annually, from 1997 to 2002. However, every year the Queen turned him down. This comic tale travels from London to the Caribbean and dives head-first into the worlds of rock and royalty to ponder exactly why that was.

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