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: Gaffes Galore Outtakes

The series that offers an amusing collection of bloopers from a range of BBC3 programmes.

: Stargate

Science-fiction adventure starring Kurt Russell and James Spader. Ridiculed for his theory that the monuments of the Nile Delta were built with extraterrestrial help, an Egyptologist is asked to join a US Government project - but the top brass suspects that a structure discovered by archaelogists near one of the pyramids could be a teleportation device.
Director Roland Emmerich (1994, PG)

Contributors

Unknown: Kurt Russell
Unknown: James Spader.
Director: Roland Emmerich

: I'm a Boy Anorexic

New. Following youngsters Declan, Simon and Warren as they recover inside a London clinic from their obsessive relationship with food and then return to the outside world to try and beat this life-threatening illness.
See page 68.

: Rush Hour

1/6; series one. Comedy sketch show focusing on the lives of irritated drivers and passengers. A wannabe TV star takes a stranger hostage.
10.30 2/6. Amos thinks an old lady on the bus has taken a shine to him and Rock Dad gives a censored rendition of an NWA song.
11.00 3/6. Ian tries to entice his secretary into a honeymoon suite for a "breakfast meeting" while an unscrupulous ambulance driver moonlights as a rag-and-bone man.
11.30 4/6. Rock Dad tests his six-year-old son's knowledge on the work of Brian Eno.

Contributors

Unknown: Rock Dad
Unknown: Brian Eno.

: I'm a Boy Anorexic

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