The Big Break

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== Host ==
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Grampian, 1989
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Grampian (regional), 1989
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== Synopsis ==
== Synopsis ==
An example of a regional talent show with more than a little inspiration taken from ''[[New Faces]]'' (the Marti Caine revival of which had just finished a three year-run).
An example of a regional talent show with more than a little inspiration taken from ''[[New Faces]]'' (the Marti Caine revival of which had just finished a three year-run).
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Celebrity judges provided the scores and the overall winner presumably got the chance to escape the public radar within hours of the grand final coming off air.
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<div class="image">[[File:Thebigbreak scoreboard.jpg|400px]]''What are the scores, George Duffus?''</div>
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Celebrity judges provided the scores and the overall winner presumably got the chance to escape the public radar within hours of the grand final coming off air.
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Recorded live at the Eden Court Theatre, Inverness.
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Probably now noted above all other considerations for the singing debut of Radio 1 DJ & later ''[[Fame Academy|Comic Relief Does Fame Academy]]'' champion Edith Bowman.
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== Theme music ==
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Musical director - Alex Sutherland
Musical director - Alex Sutherland
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Recorded live at the Eden Court Theatre, Inverness.
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Watch episode four on [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0ydnHoIuirY&list=SL Youtube]
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<div class="image">[[File:Thebigbreak edithbowman.jpg|400px]]''She's got it, yeah baby, she's got it.''</div>
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Probably now noted above all other considerations for the singing debut of Radio 1 DJ & later ''[[Fame Academy|Comic Relief Does Fame Academy]]'' champion [[Edith Bowman]], performing "Venus", but coming joint-last (as seen in the scoreboard further up the page).
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Current revision as of 08:01, 21 August 2017

Contents

Host

George Duffus

Broadcast

Grampian (regional), 1989

Synopsis

An example of a regional talent show with more than a little inspiration taken from New Faces (the Marti Caine revival of which had just finished a three year-run).

What are the scores, George Duffus?

Celebrity judges provided the scores and the overall winner presumably got the chance to escape the public radar within hours of the grand final coming off air.

Theme music

Musical director - Alex Sutherland

Trivia

Recorded live at the Eden Court Theatre, Inverness.

She's got it, yeah baby, she's got it.

Probably now noted above all other considerations for the singing debut of Radio 1 DJ & later Comic Relief Does Fame Academy champion Edith Bowman, performing "Venus", but coming joint-last (as seen in the scoreboard further up the page).

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