WHAT IF MAGICIANS COULD SOLVE PROBLEMS IN BUSINESS OR SOCIETY?
Richard Freeman’s special guest this week is Pete Heat.
Pete was nicknamed ‘The Rock N Roll Magician’ by NME and his close-up magic skills have led to him being one of the most sought after magicians in the UK. His Sky TV series’, Secrets Of The Brain and Around The World in 80 Tricks introduced his work to new audiences, alongside his acclaimed – and very funny – Edinburgh Fringe shows and London variety nights.
Pete’s clients include Elle McPherson, Carey Mulligan and Jude Law – for whom Pete is a regular magic consultant on film roles.
Richard has known Pete for over 15 years, and they caught up in November 2018 to discuss the life of a magician, the challenge of keeping secrets in the internet age and whether magicians’ problem-solving talents could go far beyond entertainment.
Pete on Twitter
Around The World In 80 Tricks
Secrets Of The Brain
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