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Rock Around the Clock


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BBC2's annual all-nighter live from Studio 1, Television Centre, and the Town and Country Club, Kentish Town with Mark Ellen, Andy Kershaw, Janice Long and Ro Newton
Concerts, movies, studio sessions, documentaries, surprise guests, competitions plus Battle of the Giants (just who are the biggest rock stars - call [number removed]) and The Video Vote (register your votes automatically on one of 20 special numbers) at 7.10, 10.15, 12.25, 2.50 and 5.45
Watch for some impromptu performances by the stars on telephone duty and regular on-screen up dates.


Presenter: Mark Ellen
Presenter: Andy Kershaw
Presenter: Janice Long
Presenter: Ro Newton
OB Director: David G. Croft
OB Director: May Miller
OB Producer: John Burrowes
Studio Director: Phil Chilvers
Studio Director: Tom Corcoran
Executive Producer: Michael Appleton
Producer: Trevor Dann

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