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  1. Featuring Mark Williams, Judy Bailey and Richard Long.

  2. Featuring Martin Philipps of The Chills, and the cast of Badjelly the Witch

  3. Featuring Redhead Kingpin and Dave Stewart (of the Eurythmics).


3:45 LIVE! was an afternoon links programme for kids that screened on TV2. Before he became world-famous as host of Amazing Race, Phil Keoghan was a presenter on the show in tandem with Hine Elder. In excerpts here, the pair interview Martin Phillipps of The Chills; expat singer Mark Williams; and the cast of Badjelly and the Witch. International stars on the couch include Dave Stewart (of the Eurythmics), and rap singer Redhead Kingpin, who is off-the-wall. Phil and Hine also take off Judy Bailey and Richard Long before interviewing the newsreaders themselves. 

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 Irene Gardiner
 Hine Elder

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 Jon Clackson

Jon Clackson

wow what a cute couple! Someone should bring them back!


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