Popular (40% audience share) weekly debate show shown all across the central region of the UK. A national version also aired in the late 1990s entitled "Thursday Night Live"
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Sue Jay ...
 Herself - Presenter 4 episodes, 1986-1987
Roger Cook ...
 Himself - Presenter 2 episodes, 1986
Andy Craig ...
 Himself - Presenter 2 episodes, 1987
Reg Harcourt ...
 Himself - Presenter 2 episodes, 1987
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Popular (40% audience share) weekly debate show shown all across the central region of the UK. A national version also aired in the late 1990s entitled "Thursday Night Live"

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essential Friday night viewing
20 November 2004 | by See all my reviews

Central Weekend was a popular show to watch when getting home from the pub on a Friday night.it was compulsive viewing, and always had opposing views, represented by often extreme guests and audiences. the presenters were excellent at judging the mood of the audience, and playing the guests like musical instruments. the guests often needed careful handling due to their extreme views, and it's a wonder i never got to read of them suffering more than verbal abuse from their fellow guests or audience members. the show always ended on a Humorous note, which is a good thing, on account of its wind up factor. classic viewing!


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