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Channel 4 is launching a series of films and TV shows, including a documentary series called Wishbone, that will begin airing on Channel 5 in the coming weeks.
The documentary series will focus on the life of a young man from the town of Wirral, which was one of the first towns in the world to have underground TV.
The series will be produced by BBC Worldwide, which produced the recent Channel 4 documentary series Under the Knife, which chronicled the rise of the black market in London in the 1970s and 80s.
The first documentary series was made in 2016, and featured the stories of two young men from Wirrral, one of whom died of a heroin overdose.
The other survived.
The Wishbone series will not be the first series of underground TV to air on Channel Five, but it will be the longest-running.
Wishbone is a six-part series about the lives of a group of young people who lived in the town in the 1980s and 90s, when the town was one the most dangerous places in the country.
The series was created by BBC World Service, which is part of BBC Worldwide.
The show’s creator, John Prewett, was originally from Wirsgate, a village about 20 miles north of Wetherby in the West Midlands, where he spent most of his life.
Prewet said the series is about the young people of Wirsage, and the journey that led them from the city of Wires, to Wirrsgate and Wirra, to the town.
“It’s a lot of stories and it’s a very real life,” he said.
“It is a town that people have lived in their whole lives, and I wanted to tell a story of people who were really living in Wirsedge, and their journey.”
The show is based on the book by former BBC World service journalist and Wirsbite co-creator Tom Coady, and will be based in Wirralsgate.
It is being produced by the BBC Wales programme Wirroes & Wirres, which produces a documentary each year about a different town in Wales.
It will also feature a documentary on the story of the underground cinema, which in Wales is known as a “cult cinema” due to its popularity.
In Wirratie, the first underground film to be shown in Wires was the 1973 cult classic The Underground Movie.
Prewett said the films will be available on the Channel 5 website.
“We are working with the Wirsig and Wiresfilm, who produce the film, to make sure that the films are as well received as possible,” he added.
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