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Pete McCarthy presents a celebration of the West Pier at Brighton - regarded by many as the finest ever built. Including a guided tour of the still closed pier, the programme charts its vibrant history of performance.
Featuring interviews with Bill Pertwee and Peter Duncan, rare archive recordings and reminiscences from performers and former employees.
Producer Andy Foster
Veteran globetrotter Alan Whicker revisits British people who have chosen to live and work in Australia.
Tonight featuring the rise and fall of billionaire Alan Bond , and three men who introduced fine wine, responsible drinking and Devonshire cream teas to Australia.
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