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20 Years of Jim'll Fix It


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In a celebration of the programme which made dreams come true for more than 1,500 viewers, Andi Peters recalls the greatest highlights of the show in the company of its star, Jimmy Savile. The lengthy list of special guests appearing to pay their tributes and join in the fun includes Ray Alan, Frank Bruno, Bobby Charlton, Henry Cooper, Sally Faber, the Grumbleweeds and Rod Hull and Emu.
With music from Let Loose, the programme also features clips of some of the programme's special guests over the years, including Roy Castle, Jonathan Cohen, Paul Daniels, Ken Dodd, Bruce Forsyth, Damon Hill, Tom Jones, Nigel Kennedy, Morcambe and Wise, the Osmonds, Esther Rantzen, Cliff Richard and Victoria Wood
Director/Producer Geoff Miles


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20 Years of Jim'll Fix It

BBC One London, 2 January 1995 19.00

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