Mackenzie Crook On Writing, Directing & Starring In His New Bonfire Night Special | This Morning

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He’s the nation’s favourite scarecrow and he’s getting us into the fireworks spirit! Mackenzie Crook is returning as Worzel Gummidge this weekend celebrating bonfire night, the first time we’ll see Worzel outside of the Christmas period. Mackenzie joins us to discuss the continued success of the relaunched loveable character, how Bill Bailey is getting involved and why he’s using the show to teach us all about environmental issues we face.

Broadcast on 05/11/21

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