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Snub TV Meets Yello
Renowned for their danceability, durability, eccentricity and sophistication, Yello are
Switzerland's No 1 export.
Filmed in Zurich, Boris Blank and Dieter Meier take us on an intimate journey round their motivations and music. Produced and directed by BRENDA KELLY and PETER FOWLER A SNUB TV production for BBCtv
6.40pm Surf City iVhen the summer
:omes, the ;urfers of the West Country load up their boards and head down to the sea to find the best waves. They may travel as near as the Devon coast or as far as John O'Groats in Scotland.
But the surf itself is far from predictable....
A programme that celebrates the surfers' life of cars, waves and music.
Film cameraman JOHN PODPADEC Producer HUGH THOMSON


Unknown: Boris Blank
Unknown: Dieter Meier
Directed By: Brenda Kelly
Directed By: Peter Fowler
Unknown: John O'Groats
Unknown: John Podpadec
Producer: Hugh Thomson

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