James Corden and Gary Barlow embark on road trip for documentary

James Corden and Gary Barlow will take a road trip across the UK as they discuss the highs and lows of the 40-year-old star's nearly 25-year career

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James Corden and Gary Barlow will embark on a road trip across the UK for a one-off documentary.

The 35-year-old star will get up close and personal with the Take That singer to discuss the highs and lows of his nearly 25 years in the limelight, including his pop comeback, for the BBC One show 'When Corden Met Barlow'.

The special will show the beginnings of his career in the working men's club, the success of Take That, and the darker times of his life, which have inspired his lyrics.

The documentary will see the pair travel around the country to visit key places from Gary's childhood and adult life.

Charlotte Moore, controller of BBC One, said: "BBC One brings you this special documentary starring two of Britain's biggest characters, which sees James Corden take a road trip with Gary Barlow to discover the real story of his remarkable career."

The one-off special will also feature Gary's family and friends, as well as Sir Elton John, Chris Evans and Robbie Williams, along with members of the press who have written about the 43-year-old star over the years.

'When Corden Met Barlow' is set to air later this year.

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