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Stars have their say....
There will be a lot of saddness and fond memories on the closure of Pebble Mill. The stars of regional TV and radio talk about their career at Pebble Mill and their thoughts on BBC Birmingham's big move to the Mailbox.
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The closure marks the end of production at the famous Birmingham site for over thirty years.

The BBC will be moving its radio and television operations to the Mailbox in the city centre by the end of 2004.

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Kay Alexander
Kay Alexander

After working at Pebble Mill for over thirty years, Kay feels the move to the Mailbox will be a big challenge for BBC Birmingham.

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Nick Owen
Nick Owen

Nick's fondest memories are of working on the Good Morning show with Anne Diamond.

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Shefali
Shefali Oza

Shefali loves the buzz of live broadcasting and feels the move to the Mailbox will be exciting.

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Paul Franks
Paul Franks

Paul Franks is really looking forward to getting closer to the public at the new Mailbox radio studios.

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Charles Collingwood
Charles Collingwood

Charles is very proud to be part of the longest running soap opera in the world - 'The Archers'.

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Sue Beadsmore
Sue Beardsmore

Sue talks about her new job role and her part in BBC Birmingham's move to the Mailbox.

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