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ANTICS OF GINGER TV MAKING RESIDENTS SEE RED

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Hammersmith and Fulham LBC is under pressure from residents to ban TV presenter Chris Evans from filming his show T...
Hammersmith and Fulham LBC is under pressure from residents to ban TV presenter Chris Evans from filming his show TFI Friday in a studio near their homes, the London Standard reports (p14).

Tenants say that the show, made at Riverside Studios in Hammersmith by Evans's company Ginger TV, is responsible for traffic hold-ups and attracting young drunks to the area. 'The venue is unsuitable and too big for the very small road', one resident said.

A spokesman for the council said action would be taken against the programme-makers if filming caused a serious nuisance to residents.

'TFI Friday is a lively programme catering for a young, outgoing audience - but there are limits to the antics which can be tolerated in a built-up residential area,' he told the paper.
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