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Watchdog - Value for Money


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A series which helps consumers to get the best value for their money.

Tonight, presenter Vanessa Feltz heads for New York in search of the latest bargains for people who are size 16 and above; three volunteers who have learnt Italian using different teaching methods are assessed in front of a languages lecturer: and interior designer Anne McKevitt has cost-effective ideas for transforming a Victorian bathroom.
Plus, celebrity panellists Brian Turner, Wendy Craig, Steve Punt and Lowri Turner put teas through the taste test, and the latest technology in swimwear is given at soaking.


Presenter: Vanessa Feltz
Designer: Anne McKevitt
Unknown: Brian Turner
Unknown: Wendy Craig
Unknown: Steve Punt
Unknown: Lowri Turner
Producer: Helen O'Rahilly
Series Producer: Geraldine McClelland

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Watchdog - Value for Money

BBC One London, 6 August 1996 19.00

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