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Dave Gorman on why modern copyright law is definitely not Goodish
By SP_COP on September 09, 2014 | From www.digitalspy.co.uk
Dave Gorman on why modern copyright law is definitely not Goodish Dave Gorman returns this week for a second series of Modern Life is Goodish.

The adventuring standup has become a master of combining Powerpoint presentations with observational comedy, with his latest show taking viewers on a journey of random subjects that baffle and dumbfound him.

Ahead of the new series, Digital Spy spoke to Dave Gorman about his work routine, choosing channels and in particular: copyrighted postcards (which is crying out for a Powerpoint presentation of its own).

Dave on... Twitter naysayers
"You never know how people are going to take to something. But [reviews to series one] just definitely seemed overwhelmingly positive. There was one person every week literally one every week being a *** on Twitter. You could just sit there and laugh and enjoy them and it was funny. The idea is not to entertain everyone. The idea is to really entertain the people who like it. There's this weird idea that people have that we're all precious souls that want the whole world to like us. And actually I think most people I know are quite robust souls who want as many people as it takes to make a living to like us."

Dave on... his tour vs TV show
"It's all coming from the same point of view, because this is a continuation of that first series. But because the tour is happening after the series has started, I wouldn't therefore put anything in it that you would see on the show. In the first series there were two big routines that were lifted from that tour and put in. But out of six hour-long episodes that's not overwhelming.

"But even so, I think the audience understands that if you're doing something live you might later put it on television. What they don't understand, and I think they're right about, what you shouldn't do is put something on television and then perform it live later. That's not the natural order of things. The idea that the audience might have seen that joke on telly the night before seems uncomfortable to me."

Dave on... filming in a theatre instead of a studio
"The boring details are that when the show was first commissioned the channel was saying: 'We want what you do, but we want to feel like it was made for television. It's not your live DVD. It has to feel made for television.' I was saying from the get-go I don't want it to be in a studio. We spent a long time looking for venues that had the right feel and that you still film in....
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