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[[Sport]] - therefore [[Mark Kermode]] understands nothing about it - but a demonstration of how good [[Senna]] was, was that despite this, Mark loved Asif Kapadia's documentary on the Brazilian racing legend. Indeed, he felt its exclusion from the [[Oscar]] shortlist for Best Documentary was one of the biggest scandals in the history of the awards.
 
[[Sport]] - therefore [[Mark Kermode]] understands nothing about it - but a demonstration of how good [[Senna]] was, was that despite this, Mark loved Asif Kapadia's documentary on the Brazilian racing legend. Indeed, he felt its exclusion from the [[Oscar]] shortlist for Best Documentary was one of the biggest scandals in the history of the awards.
  
In the days when Mark's review slot was part of [[Simon Mayo]]'s show and therefore often came from [[cricket|various]] [[Wimbledon|sporting]] [[golf|venues]], the pair ended up doing one broadcast in 2004 from the British Grand Prix, during which they spoke to future Formula 1 World Champion [[Jenson Button]]. Button proved affable company, but admitted to being perplexed by the ending of Shrek 2, wondering why Shrek had not opted to go back to being handsome (and looking for all the world like [[David Morrissey|Gordon Brown]].
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In the days when Mark's review slot was part of [[Simon Mayo]]'s show and therefore often came from [[cricket|various]] [[Wimbledon|sporting]] [[golf|venues]], the pair ended up doing one broadcast in 2004 from the British Grand Prix, during which they spoke to future Formula 1 World Champion [[Jenson Button]]. Button proved affable company, but admitted to being perplexed by the ending of Shrek 2, wondering why Shrek had not opted to go back to being handsome (and looking for all the world like [[David Morrissey|Gordon Brown]]).

Revision as of 19:20, 20 September 2017

Sport - therefore Mark Kermode understands nothing about it - but a demonstration of how good Senna was, was that despite this, Mark loved Asif Kapadia's documentary on the Brazilian racing legend. Indeed, he felt its exclusion from the Oscar shortlist for Best Documentary was one of the biggest scandals in the history of the awards.

In the days when Mark's review slot was part of Simon Mayo's show and therefore often came from various sporting venues, the pair ended up doing one broadcast in 2004 from the British Grand Prix, during which they spoke to future Formula 1 World Champion Jenson Button. Button proved affable company, but admitted to being perplexed by the ending of Shrek 2, wondering why Shrek had not opted to go back to being handsome (and looking for all the world like Gordon Brown).