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Cast

  (in credits order)

Trisha Goddard ... Herself - Host
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
David Aaronovitch ... Himself
John Beyer ... Himself
Susan Brookes ... Herself
Garry Bushell ... Himself
Terry Christian ... Himself
Justin Lee Collins ... Himself
Polly Graham ... Herself
Mark Hamilton ... Himself (as Dr. Mark Hamilton)
Paul Morley ... Himself
Kevin O'Sullivan ... Himself

David Schneider ... Himself
Brian Sewell ... Himself

Directed by
Lucy Reese 
 
Produced by
Stephen McGinn .... executive producer
Andrew O'Connor .... executive producer
Lucy Reese .... producer
 
Other crew
Derek Ham .... archive research
 

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  • Jukin Media  footage provided by (as ChiWay Entertainment)

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170 min
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