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Dancing in the Street


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Summer's here and the time is right.... to go with a one-off live dancing extravaganza full of spectacular record attempts and amazing performances.
Hosted by Bruce Forsyth and Zoe Ball , contests include the most swing flips and an attempt to break the existing world record of 40 windmills, both in a minute. More than 700 dancers representing 45 different genres, led by Bruce and Zoe, will perform simultaneously to the same piece of music. And six of the best up-and-coming dancers from BBC New Talent's Ballroom Blitz Masterclasses are partnered with some faces familiar to Strictly Come Dancing fans. Plus Big Dance events which have been taking place across the country. Continues at 9.05pm.
Producer Elaine Paterson ; Exec producer Tina Fletcher Paul Merton meets Bruce Forsyth : p20; The Inside Story: p52


Unknown: Bruce Forsyth
Unknown: Zoe Ball
Producer: Elaine Paterson
Producer: Tina Fletcher
Producer: Paul Merton
Unknown: Bruce Forsyth

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Dancing in the Street

BBC One London, 22 July 2006 18.25

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