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Holiday 89

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with Desmond Lynam Anne Gregg Kathy Tayler and Maheshi.
Maheshi!! Not so much a presenter, more a primate who makes his presence felt. Indeed, he makes King Kong seem unmenacing. For the most dramatic breakfast meeting of her life, Kathy comes face to face with the 40-stone gorilla in the jungles of Zaire. Safari, so good.
Then there are the concrete jungles of the Algarve. Harry Chandler saw the tourist potential 20 years ago.
Tonight he goes back to
Portugal to see if his vision has changed.
One place that's hardly changed is continental Britain. Anne finds that there's much more to
Guernsey than sweaters and tomatoes.
Series producer PATRICIA HOULIHAN
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Contributors

Unknown: Desmond Lynam
Unknown: Anne Gregg
Unknown: Kathy Tayler
Unknown: Harry Chandler

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