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Whicker's World

Synopsis

We have produced a Style Guide to help editors follow a standard format when editing a listing. If you are unsure how best to edit this programme please take a moment to read it.
Living with Uncle Sam
A series of ten films in which Alan Whicker talks to a wide range of enterprising Brits who've gone to live and work in the USA.
3: You've Got to Jog, See an Analyst - and Make Love Energetically ...
Richard Wrigley has some forthright thoughts on America, and in particular on business and sex. At 38, with no financial background, he's creating in Manhattan a million-dollar brewery as well as a vast ice-rink in New
York's Central Park. He has no bank account and no credit rating but says thousands of dollars have gone through his mattress. Brendan Fearon , with a BA from Manchester University, is also working in Central
Park - driving a horse-drawn carriage - and experiencing some of the romance himself. When most of the muggers are in bed, Richard Lord , who lives with a pet eel, takes the
4.0 am subway to Wall Street - not to a bank but to the Fulton Fish Market to pursue his obsession.
Research DEBORAH ISAACS Film cameraman MIKE FOX Sound recordists
JOHN PARKER. KEITH RODGERSON Film editor LIZ THOYTS
Producer JONATHAN STEDALL BBC Bristol
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Contributors

Talks: Alan Whicker
Unknown: Richard Wrigley
Unknown: Brendan Fearon
Unknown: Richard Lord
Unknown: Deborah Isaacs
Unknown: John Parker.






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