You can hear the interview by clicking the link below:
I was interviewed on this show about Paul Walker around the 48min mark. BBC World Service - Business Matters http://t.co/Maui6Id9fC
— Pete Turner (@ilovethatfilm) December 5, 2013
Here's how I've been covering the tragic news of Paul Walker's death over at Yahoo and what it means for Fast and Furious 7 and the future of the franchise.
Rest in peace Paul Walker: A Fast and Furious fan responds
Paul Walker's death: The Fast and Furious 'family' react
Fast and Furious 7 must wait while fans mourn Paul Walker
Can Fast and Furious franchise continue without Paul Walker?
How will Fast and Furious 7 continue without Paul Walker?
My experience on the BBC World Service all started with this tweet below. I then had about half an hour to get my head around what I was going to say and then we pre-recorded the interview. It went on after 1am here but in Asia and places over that part of the world, it would have been an early morning show. I think it went ok.
@ilovethatfilm Are you available this evening to talk to BBC World Service about Fast & Furious? firstname.lastname@example.org
— Mike McDowall (@MikeMcDowall) December 4, 2013
I also got to be on the show with Variety's Justin Kroll who talked just before me about the business side of what Fast and Furious 7 means to Universal and why the show really must go on even without Paul Walker.
on #BusinessMatters @bbcworldservice 0100 gmt: Justin Kroll @krolljvar @Variety Pete Turner @ilovethatfilm on #PaulWalker #FastAndFurious
— Roger Hearing (@rdhearing) December 5, 2013