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The Interceptor (ITV gameshow, 1989)
This shortlived successor to Treasure Hunt included a show shot around Bakewell in Derbyshire, and a glimpsed Silver Service Bristol RE. Made by Chatsworth TV it followed Coronation Street when first broadcast. Seven shows were made. One show centering on Chipping Camden briefly showed a Wallace Arnold Duple Caribbean coach parked in Moreton-in-Marsh.
Graeme Selway comments: "I haven't seen this but I'm curious about the sighting of a Wallace Arnold Duple Caribbean. I haven't checked, but I don't think that WA had any. This period (early/mid eighties) was all Plaxton save for a few Setras and Bovas. What they did have, though, was at least one Duple Calypso - which if you remember, was Caribbean styling to Laser height and with Bova running gear. All in all a very neat coach. Anyway, WA had A322HFP second-hand from Parks (Hamilton).....as far as I can see A322 HFP was the only vehicle from the Laser/Caribbean/Calypso range." The Bakewell show also includes a trip in the grounds of Chatsworth House on a carriage from the Darley Dale Carriage Museum.
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