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62305822,601 posts since 19 Aug 2005 Recently warned
STV Central Reporting Scotland
There seems to be some unknown details about two season from Ch4 in the mid 90s . Does anyone remember either season?


Here is some refs:

Look Who's Talking: 1994

https://books.google.co.uk/books?id=M-CRAgAAQBAJ&pg=PA172&lpg=PA172&dq="Look+who%27s+talking"+"channel+4"&source=bl&ots=9Dql_AxmLz&sig=pwl5ji55OtA_wLVB3OamZLqvQL8&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjZ2dXb5efYAhXEL8AKHUFADM0Q6AEIVTAH#v=onepage&q=%22Look%20who's%20talking%22%20%22channel%204%22&f=false

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There was a T-shirt etc there did push the boat out.

Reel women: 1995
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1289382/
Quote:
.Program made to accompany a Channel 4 season of films directed and produced by women
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Steve Williams2,456 posts since 1 Aug 2008
There seems to be some unknown details about two season from Ch4 in the mid 90s .


"Unknown" by you, perhaps, I remember it very clearly. Look Who's Talking was a season of programmes about children, which included sundry documentaries and factual shows, plus special editions of existing C4 shows. The big talking point was that one of the programmes was a Brookside specal about the Jordaches which re-edited previous episodes into a "video diary" format (what with it being the mid-nineties) from the perspective of the Jordache children, and I remember it was shown at about six o'clock and got in the papers for potentially being a bit unsuitable for that slot.

Reel Women was exactly what it says there.

Before you ask, NO, I can't remember if there were any special idents produced for it.
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Whataday9,152 posts since 13 Sep 2001
HTV Wales Wales Today
There seems to be some unknown details about two season from Ch4 in the mid 90s .


"Unknown" by you, perhaps, I remember it very clearly. Look Who's Talking was a season of programmes about children, which included sundry documentaries and factual shows, plus special editions of existing C4 shows. The big talking point was that one of the programmes was a Brookside specal about the Jordaches which re-edited previous episodes into a "video diary" format (what with it being the mid-nineties) from the perspective of the Jordache children, and I remember it was shown at about six o'clock and got in the papers for potentially being a bit unsuitable for that slot.

Reel Women was exactly what it says there.

Before you ask, NO, I can't remember if there were any special idents produced for it.



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