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He started his television career at London Weekend Television in 1980 doing documentaries on youth culture in London, and his broadcasting career blossomed from there.
However, when he wasn't interviewing US presidents, David Frost was busy shaping TV, either jetting around the world to host assorted TV programmes, helping to form London Weekend Television, or giving comedy greats such as John Cleese, and Ronnies Barker and Corbett their big breaks.
It was through the London Weekend Television series Search for a Star in 1981 that Joe first became known to British TV audiences as a singer and impressionist, and his success on the show led to appearances at the London Palladium and a month-long season at London''s Talk of the Town.
He also performed in 12 Royal Variety Shows and had a brief stint as a chat show host on London Weekend Television in 1982.
Now London Weekend Television have decided to prolong my agony hy bringing the thing back for a second series, starting this weekend.
Amicus and BECTU members at London Weekend Television, Yorkshire TV, 3sixtymedia and Granada will start strike action at 7am tomorrow until 7pm on Saturday, disrupting ITV productions in London, Manchester and Leeds and causing delays and cancellations in the filming schedules of Emmerdale, Heartbeat and Coronation Street.
LONDON WEEKEND Television have been commissioned to produce a controversial one-hour drama for Channel 4 that lifts the lid on football sex scandals.
Other special guests include a crew from London Weekend Television who will be filming the dinner for a forthcoming documentary about Ian McCaskill's diet and weight loss.