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Goldie: Film is my life ambition

Goldie has revealed he won't feel his life's work will be complete until he has made the film he has been trying to get off the ground for years.

The musician - who has been working to form a band of young musicians to perform for Prince Harry at Buckingham Palace for his latest TV show - is hoping to produce a film, called Sine Tempore - translated as Without Time, or Timeless.

Goldie said: "It's a plan that I've been doing for many, many years. I've just had to put it on the back burner while all this other stuff happens."

He went on: "Who knows? One day it'll come back around. It's like wine. You put it down, it matures and you come back, like most projects."

The film's title is the same as the one Goldie gave to the piece of music he composed for the 2009 BBC Proms.

His next ambition is to work with the National Youth Orchestra to stage a longer version of his work.

He said: "I'm insatiable, to be honest. I feel life's preordained for people and I feel I haven't finished until I've finished Sine Tempore.

"Until I do that whole Timeless live aspect for the National [Youth] Orchestra, I don't think I can really rest."

:: Goldie's Band: By Royal Appointment begins on BBC Two on Saturday, March 26.

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