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BBC asked to interview Marley

The BBC asked to interview Bob Marley for a documentary - despite the fact he died in 1981.

They sent the Bob Marley Foundation an email saying it would involve him "spending one or two days with us".

The Beeb wanted the world famous reggae star's contribution for an hour-long show on his hit single No Woman, No Cry.

The email said the story "would only work with some participation from Bob Marley himself".

It added filming was pencilled in for June, July and August, but "our schedule is flexible".

The show, expected to air on BBC2 and BBC Three, follows a December documentary on The Story Of Bohemian Rhapsody, the Queen song.

BBC Three said the blunder was "not an April Fool". It added: "We're very embarrassed."



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