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BBC One London

Jobs for the Boys

The first in a new
three-part series in which comedians Gareth
Hale and Norman Pace learn what it takes to succeed in a variety of challenging worlds. Gareth and Norman Playa
Chukka. The duo attempt to become competitive polo players. See today's choices. Director/Producer Nick Handel
♦ Under new management: p 29
BBC One London

Jobs for the Boys

Continuing the series in which comedians
Gareth Hale and Norman
Pace tackle a series of challengingjobs.
Gareth and Norman Design a Collection. Theduoattemptto become fashion designers. See today's choices.
Director/Producer Nick Handel
0 See PollyToynbee: page 10
BBC One London

Jobs for the Boys: Gareth and Norman Make an Ad

Concluding the series in which comedians Gareth Hale and Norman Pace tackle a variety of challenging jobs.
The duo attempt to create a 40-second TV commercial.
See today's choices.
BBC One London

Jobs for the Boys

Comedians Gareth Hale and Norman Pace take up the challenge of attempting to compose the United Kingdom's entry for the Eurovision Song Contest, taking the best possible advice from some of the biggest names in music and entertainment including Rick Wakeman, Pearl Carr & Teddy Johnson (UK Entry 1959), Bruce Welch from The Shadows (UK entry 1975), Brotherhood of Man (UK entry 1975), Lynsey de Paul (UK entry 1977), Cheryl Baker (from Bucks Fizz, UK entry 1981), Katrina (of Katrina & the Waves, UK entry 1997), Johnny Logan (Irish entry 1980 and 1987), Don Black (songwriter), Bjorn Again (Abba tribute band) and former Eurovision presenter Katie Boyle.
See today's choices.
Hale and Pace's musical challenge: page 29
BBC Choice

Explorer: Selling the Message

In the second of this week's programmes about advertising and consumerism, Trevor Beattie introduces his favourite film about advertising. In Jobs for the Boys: Gareth and Norman Make an Ad, comedians Hale and Pace are put through their paces by a top advertising agency to create a campaign for a toilet tissue.
BBC One London

Jobs for the Boys

Gareth and Norman in the Commentary Box. Gareth Hale and Norman Pace learn what it takes to make the grade as TV sports commentators. They get hands-on training at the World Cup, Wimbledon and the Grand National, plus helpful advice from the real professionals. Director/Producer Nick Handel
BBC Choice

Explorer: Selling the Message

Trevor Beattie introduces Jobs for the Boys: Gareth and Norman Make an Ad in which Hale and Pace struggle to find a way of selling toilet paper.
BBC Choice

Dressed to Impress with Zandra Rhodes

Designer Zandra Rhodes introduces Jobs for the Boys, in which comedians Hale and Pace learn about the fashion industry.






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