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10 October 2003

The full story

BBC Radio 2 in Britain (which gave “Miracles” its first play this morning) is broadcasting a two-part documentary about the history of the Pet Shop Boys enititled “Pet Shop Boys, really”. As well as interviews with Chris and Neil the documentary includes contributions from many others involved in the PSB story, including Richard Niles, Pete Gleadall, Chris Heath, Janet Street-Porter, Sam Taylor-Wood, Stephen Hague and Trevor Horn. Fellow musicians including Johnny Marr, Bernard Sumner, Andy Bell and Marc Almond are also interviewed. Excerpts from PSB unreleased demos are included. The documentary is presented by Jonathan Ross and the first part will be transmitted on Radio 2 on Saturday, October 25 from 9–10 pm. The second half will be transmitted a week later.

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Thanks to everyone who came to the “Dreamworld” shows in Prague, Warsaw, Berlin, Barcelona and Pori, Pet Shop Boys had a wonderful time with you all! Next week they return to London for five consecutive shows at the Royal Opera House.

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