I look forward to being interviewed on the current affairs programme.
Is it a correct a sentence? If it is, who will take interview? I think, the subject of this given sentence, I, will not take interview of others, rather someone will take his interview. Am I right? If I write the following sentences, can they be considered to be correct sentences?
I look forward to being interviewing on the current affairs programme.
I look forward to be being interviewed on the current affairs programme.
If they are correct, please tell me what are the differences among these three sentences?
The preposition to does not allow present participle form of verbs after it, but if ing-form of verbs is used as gerund, to can be followed by ing-form of verbs. Am I right? Is being interviewed a gerund? If being is not gerund, it couldn't be used after to. If it is possible, please say details about this topic.