Does anyone know what program this was on Discovery back in the 90's

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  1. Cartoonhead

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    Hi All, I'm looking for the name of a series that was aired on Discovery channel UK in the 1990's

    It bascially involved a northern sounding bloke who give a talk on such things like canals and water treatment plants, and other local industrial attractions.

    What might give it away is that the camera man was called "The All Seeing Eye" and was often seen pointing with is hand in front of the camera.

    The Presenter used to talk to the camera man was an actual eye lol

    Does anyone know what it was called it's really bugging me :-/
     
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    Was it a sort of mockumentary? He had big glasses and wore red polo necks and drove around in an Austin Princess?

    Col.
     
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    I've just managed to find out about 20 mins ago, it's called Two's Country with Presenter Tim Grundy who sadly is no longer with us :(

    Been watching some of the episodes on youtube, a very good watch :)
     
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    Wow, been trying to think who the presenter was all day. Glad you found it out, it was beginning to really bug me. Used to love Two's Country. Takes me right back to when I first got a satellite dish, back in the old analogue days. Had completely forgotten about it till you reminded me, so cheers!

    Regards

    Mark
     

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