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The Saturday Picture Show


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Presented by Mark Curry and Cheryl Baker and featuring Gary Davies and Michael Jordan
Mark and Cheryl say goodbye to the Picture Show and with the help of their guests they relive some of the best (and funniest) moments from the series, including playing outlaws in Sherwood Forest, exploring Paris, cooking blue string pudding, doing the Undy hop and nursing a chimpanzee! Gary takes a look back at the charts and at the sounds and stars of the summer of 86 including Level 42, a-ha and Doctor and the Medics.
But that's not all! There are loads of surprise guest stars dropping in to join the party - so Cheryl will be cooking again and Mark will mix the drinks (remember what happened last time!). Movie premiere - see the winning entry in the film competition on the screen today.
Executive producer CRISPIN EVANS


Presented By: Mark Curry
Presented By: Cheryl Baker
Unknown: Gary Davies
Unknown: Michael Jordan
Producer: Crispin Evans

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The Saturday Picture Show

BBC One London, 20 September 1986 8.45

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