Episode dated 29 March 1994 (Mar 29, 1994)

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With the release of the feature film Backbeat, about Stuart Sutcliffe and the Beatles, actors Sheryl Lee and Stephen Dorff are interviewed in the studio, plus Sutcliffe's sister Pauline. Broderick Munro Wilson tries tobogganing on the Cresta run at St Moritz. Bill Travers and Virginia McKenna talk about zoos and their campaign to improve and eventually abolish them. Andrew Collinge answers viewers' queries about their hair problems. Charles Maitland demonstrates mulling wine. Norman Wisdom talks about his life and work, creates chaos with Richard and Judy, and Glenn Ford impersonates Wisdom in his heyday. Written By BFI  Less

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