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Follow Your Nose


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Lenny Henry in Uganda The first of five daily programmes reporting how your donations to Comic
Reliefs 1989 Red Nose Day appeal are being spent. Last year you gave more than 926 million. Instead of a full-scale appeal in 1990, Comic Relief is presenting a week of documentaries following the noses to where the money raised is at work. 1: Tonight, Lenny Henry bounces and bumps his way by truck around Uganda, where your money is helping to build a more positive future.
Executive producer Nick Handel Series producer Christopher Salt (Griff Rhys Jones tours the UK tomorrow at 9.35pm)
0 REPORT: Comic Relief Red Nose Report in next week's 'Radio
Times'. The series will be repeated with sign language and subtitles in 'Sign Extra' next Sunday.
0 FEATURE: page 8


Unknown: Lenny Henry
Unknown: Lenny Henry
Producer: Nick Handel
Unknown: Griff Rhys Jones

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