Documentary maker Louis Theroux is to look back on his 25 years of programmes in a new, four-part series for BBC Two.
The series has the working title Louis Theroux: Life On The Edge. BBC Two says "it will feature interviews with Louis, as well as new conversations and catch-ups between him and some of his most notable contributors - many of whose stories have since unfolded in unexpected ways".
"Louis has also plundered his own home movie footage and news archive to tell stories about human psychology, the myriad of ways in which people behave or deal with adversity, and how the world has changed over the last three decades," the channel adds.
"For years I've wanted to go back and make sense of the programmes I've made, find out what happened to some of the contributors, update their stories, and see what all these many hours of making TV might add up to," says Theroux.
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"Lockdown gave me the time and space to do this. It's been a strange and fascinating couple of months working on this, and especially fun to dig through old episodes of Weird Weekends - programmes I made in the mid-90s, when the world was a very different place.
"I'm really proud of what we've been able to do with this new series. I think we've been able to make the whole add up to more than the sum of the parts and to bring out surprising themes and commonalities. And, if nothing else, it was an interesting review of how my haircuts and glasses have changed over the years."
A broadcast date has yet to be announced.