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The Queen and I: BBC cameras and Nick Hancock visit Castle Vale
Television personality Nick Hancock (They Think It’s All Over, and Room 101) visited the studios of 107.5 Switch Radio in Topcliffe House, Castle Vale today. He recorded an interview with Switch Radio Manager Neil Hollins about the occasion in 1998 when Her Majesty The Queen visited Castle Vale and recorded a message to be broadcast on the local community radio station, then called Vale FM.
Nick Hancock is preparing a half-hour programme about people’s personal experiences in meeting the Queen. Earlier he visited The Royal Shakespeare Theatre in Stratford upon Avon to talk to a cook who prepared a meal for Her Majesty. He also visited the National Arboretum in Alrewas near Lichfield to record an inteview with staff in the visitors centre at the War Memorial.
The programme is scheduled for broadcast in mid July.