‘You can’t erase history!’ | Vicki Michelle on censorship of classic TV and film

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‘You can’t erase history… this is part of our culture!’

‘Allo ‘Allo! star Vicki Michelle speaks to Dan Wootton about classic TV and film being censored.

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