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Cliff!

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A series of four programmes
2: Why Should the Devil Have All the Good Music?
What do Kenny Everett
Dave Lee Travis , Adam Faith
Olivia Newton John , Mike Read and Pat Boone have in common?
They all appear in tonight's programme, taking a closer look at the Gospel side of Cliff. With special concert coverage from his recent British tour, a barrage of questions from students in Manchester and footage of Cliff's visit to a foot-stomping Black Gospel Church in the States, this programme explores a side of Cliff rarely seen on British television. Special guests Network 3
Research and interviews by STEVE TURNER Film cameraman KEITH HOPPER Film sound CHRIS LOVELOCK Film editor PAULINE DYKES Producer NORMAN STONE

Contributors

Unknown: Kenny Everett
Unknown: Dave Lee Travis
Unknown: Adam Faith
Unknown: Olivia Newton John
Unknown: Mike Read
Unknown: Pat Boone
Unknown: Steve Turner
Unknown: Keith Hopper
Editor: Pauline Dykes
Producer: Norman Stone

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