Famous For 15 Minutes

Episodes

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Talks: Jenni Mills

Unknown: Erika Roe

Producer: Sarah Rowlands

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Talks: Jenni Mills

Unknown: Erika Roe

Producer: Sarah Rowlands

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Unknown: Jenni Mills.

Unknown: Liz Gillespie

Producer: Sarah Rowlands

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Unknown: Jenni Mills.

Unknown: Liz Gillespie

Producer: Sarah Rowlands

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Unknown: Jenni Murray.

Unknown: Leila Williams

Producer: Sarah Rowlands

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Unknown: Jenni Murray.

Unknown: Leila Williams

Producer: Sarah Rowlands

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Unknown: Jenni Mills.

Unknown: Terry Brooks

Producer: Sarah Rowlands

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Unknown: Jenni Mills.

Unknown: Terry Brooks

Producer: Sarah Rowlands

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Unknown: Jenni Mills.

Unknown: Helen Morgan

Producer: Sarah Rowlands

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Unknown: Jenni Mills.

Unknown: Helen Morgan

Producer: Sarah Rowlands

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Unknown: Jenni Mills.

Unknown: Ray Wilson

Producer: Sarah Rowlands

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Unknown: Jenni Mills.

Unknown: Ray Wilson

Producer: Sarah Rowlands

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'In the future everyone will be famous for 15 minutes.'

(Andy Warhol, 1968). In the first of six programmes, Jenni Mills talks to people who were famous for 15 minutes and discovers what happened after.

Ten years ago you could hardly open a tabloid newspaper without seeing some mention of John Knight - 'Superdad'. He lived on Bodmin Moor and spent his time jogging between his two wives and 26 children.

Producer Sarah Rowlands

Contributors

Talks: Jenni Mills

Unknown: John Knight

Producer: Sarah Rowlands

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'In the future everyone will be famous for 15 minutes.'

(Andy Warhol, 1968). In the first of six programmes, Jenni Mills talks to people who were famous for 15 minutes and discovers what happened after.

Ten years ago you could hardly open a tabloid newspaper without seeing some mention of John Knight - 'Superdad'. He lived on Bodmin Moor and spent his time jogging between his two wives and 26 children.

Producer Sarah Rowlands

Contributors

Talks: Jenni Mills

Unknown: John Knight

Producer: Sarah Rowlands

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Talks: Jenni Mills

Unknown: John Knight

Producer: Sarah Rowlands

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Talks: Jenni Mills

Unknown: John Knight

Producer: Sarah Rowlands

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Jenni Mills talks to six people who enjoyed a moment of fame.

2: In 1964, before her 16th birthday, Monica Rose was cheeking contestants with Hughie Green on ITV's Double

Your Money.

Producer Sarah Rowlands

Contributors

Talks: Jenni Mills

Unknown: Monica Rose

Unknown: Hughie Green

Producer: Sarah Rowlands

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Jenni Mills talks to six people who enjoyed a moment of fame.

2: In 1964, before her 16th birthday, Monica Rose was cheeking contestants with Hughie Green on ITV's Double

Your Money.

Producer Sarah Rowlands

Contributors

Talks: Jenni Mills

Unknown: Monica Rose

Unknown: Hughie Green

Producer: Sarah Rowlands

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Talks: Jenni Mills

Unknown: Monica Rose

Unknown: Hughie Green

Producer: Sarah Rowlands

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Talks: Jenni Mills

Unknown: Monica Rose

Unknown: Hughie Green

Producer: Sarah Rowlands

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Jenni Mills talks to six people who were famous for 15 minutes and discovers what happened after their 15 minutes were up.

3: On 7 August 1974, Patrick McCarthy , a young man fresh out of opera school, was sitting in the audience at the Royal Albert Hall for Carminn Burana , the highlight of a Prom concert. Suddenly one of the soloists collapsed, and Patrick McCarthy took his place.

Producer Sarah Rowlands

Contributors

Talks: Jenni Mills

Unknown: Patrick McCarthy

Unknown: Albert Hall

Unknown: Carminn Burana

Producer: Sarah Rowlands

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Jenni Mills talks to six people who were famous for 15 minutes and discovers what happened after their 15 minutes were up.

3: On 7 August 1974, Patrick McCarthy , a young man fresh out of opera school, was sitting in the audience at the Royal Albert Hall for Carminn Burana , the highlight of a Prom concert. Suddenly one of the soloists collapsed, and Patrick McCarthy took his place.

Producer Sarah Rowlands

Contributors

Talks: Jenni Mills

Unknown: Patrick McCarthy

Unknown: Albert Hall

Unknown: Carminn Burana

Producer: Sarah Rowlands

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Talks: Jenni Mills

Unknown: Patrick McCarthy

Unknown: Albert Hall

Unknown: Carminn Burana

Producer: Sarah Rowlands

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Talks: Jenni Mills

Unknown: Patrick McCarthy

Unknown: Albert Hall

Unknown: Carminn Burana

Producer: Sarah Rowlands

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Jenni Mills talks to six people who were famous for 15 minutes and discovers what happened after their 15 minutes were up.

4: In 1967, 23-year-old

Stephanie Sweet became involved in arguably the most important drugs case of the decade. Her tenants had been caught smoking cannabis and charged with possession of drugs. Stephanie Sweet was only their landlady, but she was arrested too.

Producer Sarah Rowlands

Contributors

Talks: Jenni Mills

Unknown: Stephanie Sweet

Producer: Sarah Rowlands

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Jenni Mills talks to six people who were famous for 15 minutes and discovers what happened after their 15 minutes were up.

4: In 1967, 23-year-old

Stephanie Sweet became involved in arguably the most important drugs case of the decade. Her tenants had been caught smoking cannabis and charged with possession of drugs. Stephanie Sweet was only their landlady, but she was arrested too.

Producer Sarah Rowlands

Contributors

Talks: Jenni Mills

Unknown: Stephanie Sweet

Producer: Sarah Rowlands

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Talks: Jenni Mills

Unknown: Stephanie Sweet

Producer: Sarah Rowlands

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Talks: Jenni Mills

Unknown: Stephanie Sweet

Producer: Sarah Rowlands

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Jenni Mills talks to six people who enjoyed a moment of fame.

5: Forty years ago, 29-year-old Gerald Campion shot to fame as Billy Bunter. Producer Sarah Rowlands

Contributors

Talks: Jenni Mills

Unknown: Gerald Campion

Unknown: Billy Bunter.

Producer: Sarah Rowlands

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Jenni Mills talks to six people who enjoyed a moment of fame.

5: Forty years ago, 29-year-old Gerald Campion shot to fame as Billy Bunter. Producer Sarah Rowlands

Contributors

Talks: Jenni Mills

Unknown: Gerald Campion

Unknown: Billy Bunter.

Producer: Sarah Rowlands

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Talks: Jenni Mills

Unknown: Gerald Campion

Unknown: Billy Bunter.

Producer: Sarah Rowlands

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Talks: Jenni Mills

Unknown: Gerald Campion

Unknown: Billy Bunter.

Producer: Sarah Rowlands

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The last of the series in which Jenni Mills talks to six people.

In 1965, 17-year-old

Twinkle shot up the charts with her one big hit Terry. Producer Sarah Rowlands

Contributors

Producer: Sarah Rowlands

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The last of the series in which Jenni Mills talks to six people.

In 1965, 17-year-old

Twinkle shot up the charts with her one big hit Terry. Producer Sarah Rowlands

Contributors

Producer: Sarah Rowlands

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Producer: Sarah Rowlands

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Producer: Sarah Rowlands

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Jenni Mills talks to four people who were famous for 15 minutes, and discovers what happened after their 15 minutes were up.

1: Ten years ago you could hardly open a tabloid newspaper without seeing some mention of John Knight - "Superdad". He lived on Bodmin Moor and spent his time jogging between his two wives and 26 children.

Producer Sarah Rowlands

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920305]

Jenni Mills talks to four people who were famous for 15 minutes, and discovers what happened after their 15 minutes were up.

1: Ten years ago you could hardly open a tabloid newspaper without seeing some mention of John Knight - "Superdad". He lived on Bodmin Moor and spent his time jogging between his two wives and 26 children.

Producer Sarah Rowlands

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This week Jenni Mills talks to Monica Rose , the woman who shot to fame on Hughie Green 's 1960s show Double Your Money at the tender age of 15.

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This week Jenni Mills talks to Monica Rose , the woman who shot to fame on Hughie Green 's 1960s show Double Your Money at the tender age of 15.

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Unknown: Monica Rose

Unknown: Hughie Green

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Unknown: Monica Rose

Unknown: Hughie Green

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Jenni Mills talks to people who were famous for a short period of time. 3: On 7 August 1974,

Patrick McCarthy , a young man fresh out of opera school, was sitting in the audience at the Royal

Albert Hall for Carmina

Burana, the highlight of a Prom concert. Suddenly one of the soloists collapsed, and Patrick McCarthy took his place. Producer Sarah Rowlands (Rpt;

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Jenni Mills talks to people who were famous for a short period of time. 3: On 7 August 1974,

Patrick McCarthy , a young man fresh out of opera school, was sitting in the audience at the Royal

Albert Hall for Carmina

Burana, the highlight of a Prom concert. Suddenly one of the soloists collapsed, and Patrick McCarthy took his place. Producer Sarah Rowlands (Rpt;

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Talks: Jenni Mills

Unknown: Patrick McCarthy

Unknown: Albert Hall

Producer: Sarah Rowlands

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Talks: Jenni Mills

Unknown: Patrick McCarthy

Unknown: Albert Hall

Producer: Sarah Rowlands

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Jenni Mills talks to the last of four people who had a brief taste of fame. In 1965, 17-year-old

Twinkle shot up the charts with her one big hit, Terry. Producer Sarah Rowlands

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Jenni Mills talks to the last of four people who had a brief taste of fame. In 1965, 17-year-old

Twinkle shot up the charts with her one big hit, Terry. Producer Sarah Rowlands

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Talks: Jenni Mills

Producer: Sarah Rowlands

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Talks: Jenni Mills

Producer: Sarah Rowlands

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In the first of two I programmes Jenni Mills talks to people who were famous for a short period t of time. On 7th August 1974, Patrick McCarthy was in the audience for the highlight of a Prom Concert. The soloist collapsed, and Patrick McCarthy took his place. Producer Sarah Rowlands.

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In the first of two I programmes Jenni Mills talks to people who were famous for a short period t of time. On 7th August 1974, Patrick McCarthy was in the audience for the highlight of a Prom Concert. The soloist collapsed, and Patrick McCarthy took his place. Producer Sarah Rowlands.

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Unknown: Patrick McCarthy

Producer: Sarah Rowlands.

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Unknown: Patrick McCarthy

Producer: Sarah Rowlands.

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with Jenni Mills.

In 1965, 17-year-old

Twinkle shot up the charts with her one big hit Terry. Producer Sarah Rowlands. (Rpti

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with Jenni Mills.

In 1965, 17-year-old

Twinkle shot up the charts with her one big hit Terry. Producer Sarah Rowlands. (Rpti

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Unknown: Jenni Mills.

Producer: Sarah Rowlands.

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Unknown: Jenni Mills.

Producer: Sarah Rowlands.

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Jenni Mills talks to people who were famous for a short period of time and finds out what happened next.

1: In 1968, Mark Lester , aged 8, was chosen to star in the film Oliver.

Producer Sarah Rowlands

SEE PREVIEW page 8

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Jenni Mills talks to people who were famous for a short period of time and finds out what happened next.

1: In 1968, Mark Lester , aged 8, was chosen to star in the film Oliver.

Producer Sarah Rowlands

SEE PREVIEW page 8

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Talks: Jenni Mills

Unknown: Mark Lester

Producer: Sarah Rowlands

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Talks: Jenni Mills

Unknown: Mark Lester

Producer: Sarah Rowlands

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930311]

Jenni Mills talks to people who were famous for a short period of time, and finds out what happened next.

2: Diana Gould was an unknown housewife from Cirencester, until one evening in May when she made television history and put Mrs Thatcher on the spot. Producer Sarah Rowlands

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930311]

Jenni Mills talks to people who were famous for a short period of time, and finds out what happened next.

2: Diana Gould was an unknown housewife from Cirencester, until one evening in May when she made television history and put Mrs Thatcher on the spot. Producer Sarah Rowlands

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Talks: Jenni Mills

Unknown: Diana Gould

Unknown: Mrs Thatcher

Producer: Sarah Rowlands

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Talks: Jenni Mills

Unknown: Diana Gould

Unknown: Mrs Thatcher

Producer: Sarah Rowlands

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930318]

Jenni Mills talks to people who were famous for a short period of time.

3: In the late 60s and early 70s, John Baker found fame as "Bernie the Bolt" on the TV game show The Golden Shot.

Producer Sarah Rowlands

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Jenni Mills talks to people who were famous for a short period of time.

3: In the late 60s and early 70s, John Baker found fame as "Bernie the Bolt" on the TV game show The Golden Shot.

Producer Sarah Rowlands

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Talks: Jenni Mills

Unknown: John Baker

Producer: Sarah Rowlands

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Talks: Jenni Mills

Unknown: John Baker

Producer: Sarah Rowlands

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Jenni Mills talks to people who were famous for a short period of time.

4: In July 1982,

Michael Fagan broke into the Queen's bedroom at Buckingham Palace.

Producer Sarah Rowlands

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Jenni Mills talks to people who were famous for a short period of time.

4: In July 1982,

Michael Fagan broke into the Queen's bedroom at Buckingham Palace.

Producer Sarah Rowlands

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Talks: Jenni Mills

Unknown: Michael Fagan

Producer: Sarah Rowlands

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Talks: Jenni Mills

Unknown: Michael Fagan

Producer: Sarah Rowlands

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Jenni Mills talks to people who were famous for a short period of time. 5: From 1974 to

Barbara Edwards was British television's first weather woman. Neat, sensible, practical, she wore tank tops and talked knowledgeably of isobars, windspeed and barometric pressure. And then she vanished from the screen.

Producer Sarah Rowlands

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Jenni Mills talks to people who were famous for a short period of time. 5: From 1974 to

Barbara Edwards was British television's first weather woman. Neat, sensible, practical, she wore tank tops and talked knowledgeably of isobars, windspeed and barometric pressure. And then she vanished from the screen.

Producer Sarah Rowlands

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Talks: Jenni Mills

Unknown: Barbara Edwards

Producer: Sarah Rowlands

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Talks: Jenni Mills

Unknown: Barbara Edwards

Producer: Sarah Rowlands

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In the last in the series Jenni Mills talks to sky-diver Noel Farrelly , the "Man who fell to Earth".

Producer Sarah Rowlands

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In the last in the series Jenni Mills talks to sky-diver Noel Farrelly , the "Man who fell to Earth".

Producer Sarah Rowlands

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Unknown: Noel Farrelly

Producer: Sarah Rowlands

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Unknown: Noel Farrelly

Producer: Sarah Rowlands

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Jenni Mills talks to five people who were famous for a short period of time, and discovers what happened to them after their 15 minutes were up.

1: In 1968, Mark Lester was only 8 when, from more than 5,000 hopefuls, he was picked to play Oliver in the film. Producer Sarah Rowlands

Genome: [r4 Bd=19931204]

Jenni Mills talks to five people who were famous for a short period of time, and discovers what happened to them after their 15 minutes were up.

1: In 1968, Mark Lester was only 8 when, from more than 5,000 hopefuls, he was picked to play Oliver in the film. Producer Sarah Rowlands

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Jenni Mills talks to people who were famous for a short period of time, and finds out what happened to them after their 15 minutes were up.

2: Diana Gould was an unknown housewife from Cirencester until one evening in May 1983 when she made television history and put Mrs Thatcher on the spot.

Producer Sarah Rowlands

Genome: [r4 Bd=19931211]

Jenni Mills talks to people who were famous for a short period of time, and finds out what happened to them after their 15 minutes were up.

2: Diana Gould was an unknown housewife from Cirencester until one evening in May 1983 when she made television history and put Mrs Thatcher on the spot.

Producer Sarah Rowlands

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3: In the late 60s and early 70s, people who tuned in on Sunday afternoons for The Golden Shot. Jenni Millls talks to John Baker

, aka "Berniethe Bolt". Producer Sarah Rowlands

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3: In the late 60s and early 70s, people who tuned in on Sunday afternoons for The Golden Shot. Jenni Millls talks to John Baker

, aka "Berniethe Bolt". Producer Sarah Rowlands

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Talks: Jenni Millls

Unknown: John Baker

Producer: Sarah Rowlands

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Talks: Jenni Millls

Unknown: John Baker

Producer: Sarah Rowlands

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Jenni Mills talks to people who were famous for a short period of time.

4: In July 1982 Michael Fagan broke into the Queen's bedroom at Buckingham Palace.

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Talks: Jenni Mills

Unknown: Michael Fagan

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In the last of the series, Jenni Mills talks to the man the papers called "The Man Who Fell to Earth". Noel Farrelly 's all-consuming passion was sky-diving. But in April 1977, while practising with some friends, both his chutes failed. He fell like a stone at 176 feet per second. Producer Sarah Rowlands

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"In the future everyone will be famous for 15 minutes," declared Andy Warhol in 1968. In a new series, Jenni Mills talks to six people who were famous for a short period of time and finds out what became of them.

1: Bedpans andDrumsticks. In the mid 70s tartan-clad Derek Longmuir drummed his way through hit after hit with the Bay City Rollers. Then in 1981 he said Bye Bye

Baby to fame and swapped his drumsticks for the bedpans of a Scottish hospital. Producer Sarah Rowlands

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Unknown: Andy Warhol

Talks: Jenni Mills

Unknown: Derek Longmuir

Producer: Sarah Rowlands

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Jenni Mills talks to people who were famous for a short period of time and finds out what became of them.

2: Keith Best, MP. hit the headlines in 1987 for pleading guilty to making multiple BT share applications. Producer Sarah Rowlands

SEE THIS WEEK page 10

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Jenni Mills talks to six people who were famous for a short period of time.

3: Harry Base became famous one Saturday afternoon when a fault on his phone put him live on the radio. Producer Sarah Rowlands

SEE THIS WEEK page 10

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Talks: Jenni Mills

Unknown: Harry Base

Producer: Sarah Rowlands

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Jenni Mills talks to six people who were famous for a short period of time.

4: From Dr No to Octopussy, Lois Maxwell flirted with danger and 007 as Miss Moneypenny.

Producer Sarah Rowlands

SEE THIS WEEK page 8

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Talks: Jenni Mills

Unknown: Lois Maxwell

Producer: Sarah Rowlands

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Jenni Mills talks to six people who were famous for a short period of time.

5: Raymond Guinnane rowed his way to fame as the Hovis boy in a flat cap. Producer Sarah Rowlands

SEE THIS WEEK page 7

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Talks: Jenni Mills

Unknown: Raymond Guinnane

Producer: Sarah Rowlands

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In the last of the series, Jenni Mills talks to David Lafferty whose moment of fame came when he broke the world underground endurance record in August 1966. Producer Sarah Rowlands

SEE THIS WEEK page 11

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Unknown: David Lafferty

Producer: Sarah Rowlands

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Jenni Mills talks to six people who had a short taste of fame. 1: Bedpans and Drumsticks. In the mid-1970s Derek

Longmuir drummed his way through hit after hit with the Bay City Rollers. Producer Sarah Rowlands Rpt

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Jenni Mills talks to six people who had a short taste of fame.

2: Keith Best. The MP who hit the headlines in 1987 for pleading guilty to making multiple BT share applications. Producer Sarah Rowlands Rpt

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Talks: Jenni Mills

Producer: Sarah Rowlands Rpt

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Jenni Mills talks to people who had a taste of fame. 3: Harry Base became famous one afternoon when a fault on his phone put him live on the radio. Producer Sarah Rowlands Rpt

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Talks: Jenni Mills

Unknown: Harry Base

Producer: Sarah Rowlands Rpt

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4: Lois Maxwell. From Dr No to

Octopussy, the actress who flirted with danger and 007 as Miss Moneypenny.

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Unknown: Lois Maxwell.

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5: Raymond Guinnane , who rowed his way to fame as the Hovis boy. Producer Sarah Rowlands Rpt

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Unknown: Raymond Guinnane

Producer: Sarah Rowlands Rpt

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In the last of the series, Jenni Mills meets David Lafferty who broke the world underground endurance record. Producer Sarah Rowlands Rpt

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Unknown: Jenni Mills

Unknown: David Lafferty

Producer: Sarah Rowlands Rpt

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Jenni Mills meets six people who achieved instant fame - and reveals what happened to them after it.

This week: Joan Quigley , astrologer to the White House in the Reagan years. Producer Sarah Rowlands

* See John Peel: page 13

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Unknown: Jenni Mills

Unknown: Joan Quigley

Producer: Sarah Rowlands

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"In the future everyone will be famous for 15 minutes." (Andy Warhol , 1968) Jenni Mills meets six people who achieved instant fame and reveals what happened to them when their fifteen minutes were up.

2: George Lazenby. James Bond turned property developer. Producer Sarah Rowlands

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Unknown: Andy Warhol

Unknown: Jenni Mills

Unknown: George Lazenby.

Unknown: James Bond

Producer: Sarah Rowlands

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Jenni Mills meets people who achieved instant fame and lost it.

3: The Toni Twins. Advertising heroines of the 50s. Producer Sarah Rowlands

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Unknown: Jenni Mills

Producer: Sarah Rowlands

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Jenni Mills meets six people who achieved instant fame and reveals what happened when their 15 minutes were up.

4: Noel Redding , bass player with the Jimi Hendrix Experience in the 1960s. Producer Sarah Rowlands

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Unknown: Jenni Mills

Bass: Noel Redding

Unknown: Jimi Hendrix

Producer: Sarah Rowlands

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Jenni Mills meets six people who achieved instant fame and lost it.

5: Michael Dukakis. US Presidential candidate in 1988. "Where was Ross Perot

when I needed him?" Producer Sarah Rowlands

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Unknown: Jenni Mills

Unknown: Michael Dukakis. Us

Unknown: Ross Perot

Producer: Sarah Rowlands

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Last of the series in which Jenni Mills meets people who achieved instant fame and lost it.

Susan Bottomley , aka International Velvet, Warhol superstar. Producer Sarah Rowlands

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Unknown: Susan Bottomley

Producer: Sarah Rowlands

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Jenni Mills meets Noel Redding , bass player with the Jimi Hendrix Experience. Producer Sarah Rowlands Revised repeat

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Jenni Mills meets George Lazenby , the man who once played

James Bond and is now a property developer. Producer Sarah Rowlands Repeat

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Jenni Mills meets George Lazenby , the man who once played

James Bond and is now a property developer. Producer Sarah Rowlands Repeat

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Unknown: Jenni Mills

Unknown: George Lazenby

Unknown: James Bond

Producer: Sarah Rowlands

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Unknown: Jenni Mills

Unknown: George Lazenby

Unknown: James Bond

Producer: Sarah Rowlands