No Limits (BBC TV series)
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No Limits was a BBC2 pop music television programme that ran in four series from 1985 to 1987. It was created by Jonathan King as a British version of his series "Entertainment USA" and would usually go out in a teatime/early evening slot such as Tuesdays at 7pm. The show's logo was a roadsign with a red ring and a black dash.
The show was presented in its first series by Jeremy Legg and Lisa Maxwell, and for the remaining three series by Tony Baker and Jenny Powell. The presenters regularly took part in stunts such as jetbiking.
In its final season, in addition to Tony Baker and Jenny Powell, presenters were chosen from around the country to represent different regions. Terry Vaughan and Linda Huntley represented the Southeast region.
Each week the show was set in a different town or location, and as well as pop videos, had its own specially made videos about that location and some things that the place was famous for.
The show also had both UK and US chart countdowns.
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