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Whicker's World: Living with Waltzing Matilda

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The third of ten films in Australia's bicentennial year presented by Alan Whicker. No one exemplifies the buccaneering, entrepreneurial spirit of Western Australia more than Alan Bond, who left Hammersmith as a 13-year-old and is now a megamillionaire and Australian folk hero, the only man to wrest the America's Cup from the Americans. Alister Norwood, son of a Belfast carpenter, is to jeans what Bond is to beer, and Peter Briggs from Streatham, believes that someone who's worth five or ten million 'hasn't really made it'. Briggs owns 150 vintage cars, and offers Alan Whicker a chance to drive in York's annual 'Flying Fifty' endurance trial.
Assistant producer MO BOWYER Film cameraman RAY HENMAN
Sound recordist KEITH RODGERSON Film editor LIZ THOYTS Producer ROGER MILLS BBC Bristol
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Contributors

Presented By: Alan Whicker.
Unknown: Alan Bond
Unknown: Alister Norwood
Unknown: Peter Briggs
Unknown: Alan Whicker
Producer: Mo Bowyer
Unknown: Ray Henman
Unknown: Keith Rodgerson

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Whicker's World: Living with Waltzing Matilda

BBC One London, 24 January 1988 20.10






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