OPENING CREDITS CONSIST OF AP TELEVISION/BRITISH MOVIETONE/AP IMAGES COPYRIGHT MATERIAL
London, 8 January 2019
1. SOUNDBITE (English) Giorgio Moroder, recording artist:
"The first record I ever bought was a song called 'Diana' by Paul Anka. And I remember, I went to... I live in a very small city, so I went to the major city and and went to a shop and said, 'Do you have that song called 'Italiano Italiano yaano'.' No. Nobody knew. Two weeks later I heard the song again on the radio and I went back again. 'Yeah, it's a big hit. It's called 'Italia.' 'Oh you mean, 'Diana'? 'Yes.' So, finally I got it. That was my first song which I then sang with my group but very easy to sing and I love it. And then finally to make it a long story, I always wanted to meet him and one day I was in Los Angeles at a big convention benefit. And I see him. I was like, 'Oh God, shall I go and say hello?' And I said, 'No, I cannot go'. So my wife said, 'Go, go, go. He's not going to hit you.' So finally I went and he said, 'Oh, Giorgio. Oh look! How nice to meet you. I was just talking about you the other day. We were talking about great soundtracks'. He was talking about me. So I that circle closed."
(Reporter: "Amazing, so definitely worth going to talk to him.")
"Yeah. Oh yeah."
(Reporter: "And you persevered to get the record as well. First time couldn't get it, second time. yeah.")
"So I should do something with him now. Well we're both too old."