LITTLE DID YOU KNOW - Series Teaser Trailer LITTLE DID YOU KNOW is David McGillivray’s new chat show, premiering on November 23rd at 6pm.
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No stranger to controversy, McG comes to YouTube for his new chat show LITTLE DID YOU KNOW - Fresh from a year long ban on the video sharing platform Likee for “violated community standards” by appearing in front of the painting of a naked woman.
So who is McG?
Expelled from school at 16 and fired from every job he attempted until he went freelance in 1971.
Throughout the 70s McG wrote and appeared in several shocking sexploitation pictures.
A low point was Satan’s Slave in which he was a priest authorising the whipping of a naked woman.
1992 McG wrote the book Doing Rude Things (Facebook banned him for publishing the book’s cover), which resulted in the first of many attempts to sue him.
In 1995 he edited the anti-censorship magazine Scapegoat.
Then, from 2014 the John Gielgud Charitable Trust tried unsuccessfully to prevent him from making and showing the film TROUSER BAR, eventually released by Peccadillo Pictures.
Now he’s trying something different, asking impertinent questions of some of the hundreds of interesting people he’s met during more than 50 years in the entertainment business.
This is bound to end in more trouble.
In the first shocking episode of LITTLE DID YOU KNOW - The Chat Show McG will tell the entire story of his long battle against censorship.
Patreon subscribers will be able to view 15 minutes of extra footage in which he tells for the first time the incredible story of how he and a former BBFC examiner tried to abolish the censorship board in 2001.