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Holiday 90

Synopsis

We have produced a Style Guide to help editors follow a standard format when editing a listing. If you are unsure how best to edit this programme please take a moment to read it.
EastEnders' Ethel, Gretchen Franklin , takes a holiday away from Albert Square and visits Ragley Hall in Warwickshire. It proves to be the highlight of her Weekender break.
Kathy Tayter visits
Venezuela, where Angel
Falls, the highest waterfall in the world, falls dramatically nearly 3,000 feet from a high plateau into a tributary of the Orinoco. She also meets Indians at
Kavac and discovers some of the quietest beaches on the Caribbean.
Venezuela is named after
Venice, yet two more differing destinations you can't find. David Jessel loves the European version and has discovered a cheap way for a family to appreciate the Italian city. With Anne Gregg and Eamonn Holmes.
Producer Richard Lightbody
Series producer Patricia Houlihan
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Contributors

Unknown: Gretchen Franklin
Unknown: Albert Square
Unknown: Ragley Hall
Unknown: Kathy Tayter
Unknown: David Jessel
Unknown: Anne Gregg
Unknown: Eamonn Holmes.
Producer: Richard Lightbody

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