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Oh Yes He Is... Congratulations to former Radio Clatterbridge presenter Gareth Philips, who produced his first national TV programme today. Gareth was the man behind Coronation Street's Christmas Panto as a finale to ITV’s 50th anniversary. The story was into the soap's Christmas storylines and crammed with songs, comedy, special effects and dancing. Gareth said, “We’ve taken the best from the traditional pantomimes and given them a Street twist. Usually in a pantomime a happy ending is guaranteed, but in Corrie panto land you don’t always get what you wish for…”

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