The Arts Show, screened tomorrow night on BBC2, features an interview with Enniskillen actor and director Adrian Dunbar. Filmed at Portora, he speaks about his career and his love for his hometown of Enniskillen. "If only we could have a by-pass," he jokes to interviewer Marie-Louise Muir.

"This is where it's happening. I'm sitting in a room where Oscar Wilde and Samuel Beckett both stood and chatted," he said of his surroundings at the school.

Growing up in Enniskillen, he was the eldest of his seven siblings, and showed an immediate ability at acting.

He attended the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London and in 2009 he received the honorary degree of Doctor of Letters for his service in acting from the University of Ulster. Though he is often characterised as the antagonist, when asked does he enjoy these roles, he responded, "Well it's great fun. There's a lot of them".

"It's always lovely being back in my hometown, the most beautiful inland town in Ireland as far as I'm concerned".

The interview is the last of a series -- which has already shown James Nesbitt and Bronagh Gallagher -- and is screened tonight at 10pm on BBC2.