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Here to Stay


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with Robert Kilroy-Silk . Six films about foreigners who have made Britain their home.
1: Great Expectations
Tonight Robert Kilroy-Silk meets four men who came here to seek their fortunes. In the 60s, John Holder left
Barbados to work for London Transport. Now he's a Test match umpire. In the 70s,
American Stewart Copeland became a rock star with The Police. In the 80s, Australian cattle rancher
Chris Anderson arrived to deal in a different kind of stock. But why did German ex-PoW
Werner Heubeck decide to risk his life to work in Northern Ireland?
Film editor ALAN LYGO Producer JOANNA HEAD
Series producer RUTH JACKSON
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Unknown: Robert Kilroy-Silk
Unknown: Robert Kilroy-Silk
Unknown: John Holder
Unknown: Stewart Copeland
Unknown: Chris Anderson
Unknown: Werner Heubeck
Unknown: Chris Sadler
Producer: Ruth Jackson

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