I recently caught up with Dynamo to talk about the new series of Magician Impossible and I also put some questions to him from his fans on Twitter.
The other night I was invited to the press launch for the fourth and final series of Dynamo's Magician Impossible. From a selfish point of view I was gutted it was to be the last series because I love the show and no matter how many times I watch him, Dynamo never fails to amaze me. But I can see why the decision was made to end it now, no television show would ever want to outstay its welcome and by leaving now, Dynamo definitely isn't doing that.
Magician Impossible is a massive success for UKTV and Watch which is a relatively small digital channel. The show has been seen in over 200 territories by millions around the world and earlier this year BBC One premiered a version of the series with almost 4 million viewers alone.
So there's a definite appetite out there for the magician from Bradford.The day after the press launch I caught up with Dynamo to talk about what to expect from the new series, what's next from him after Magician Impossible and what he thinks of copycat shows.