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Ask anyone old enough to recall a "reserved-seat" movie from direct experience, and that person is likely to name a film such as Lawrence of Arabia (1962) or The Sound of Music (1965)--in other words, an example drawn from the heyday of roadshows.
The roadshows, run by tourism group Welcome to Yorkshire and local authorities, will give simple and direct information, facts and advice on how businesses can make the most of the world-class event.
BUOYED by the public response to Congress vicepresident Rahul Gandhi's roadshow in south Delhi's Kalkaji area on January 27, party managers have planned another one in Chandni Chowk on February 4.
THE Antiques Roadshow returns to Liverpool next month to film for its 37th series, at the Metropolitan Cathedral.
In Dubai, the roadshows are being held in at Mirdif City Centre until May 31.
Local Roadshow events are completely free for RIA principals
Starting on Monday this week, five roadshows will be taking place at clubs in Cardiff, Swansea, Newport, Aberdare and Haverfordwest.
PEOPLE in Northumberland are being offered free testing for their risk of developing Type 2 diabetes at a healthy lifestyle roadshow.
But what Kejriwal did not mention was a majority of the people in his roadshows were outsiders.
Federated Investors is proud to be participating in the upcoming RIA Roadshows and looks forward to presenting investment ideas and solutions for advisors acting in a fiduciary capacity," said Solon A.
The wellbeing roadshows have been organised by Kirklees Council, the NHS and voluntary organisations.
Mr Earnden's services have been secured by Castle Morpeth Local Strategic Partnership, with 10 Expo Chef roadshows this year.
He said: "Even after 29 years of Roadshows it's remarkable that new treasures keep coming up.
The Wildlife Explorers Roadshows are run by the RSPB and try to interest youngsters in wildlife through comedy, songs and competitions.
Aimed at allowing local businesses to train their key staff in a convenient and cost-effective way, the roadshows offer practical advice on managing a workforce as well as providing an update on all changes in employment law.