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Programmes about Emmerdale are specifically made documentaries or specials which take a look behind the scenes at the making of the show or include members of the cast or production staff talking about the show. Sometimes these can be special one-offs or a series of programmes.

Programmes about Emmerdale FarmEdit

The first special programme about Emmerdale Farm broadcast for thirty minutes on 25th April 1977 at 3.20pm. The programme featured the stars of Emmerdale Farm being honoured at a luncheon at the Queen's Hotel in Leeds.

A celebration of the first ten years of the popular rural soap opera Emmerdale Farm broadcast on 18th October 1982.

A look behind the scenes during the making of Yorkshire Television's soap opera Emmerdale Farm broadcast on 11th November 1985 as the show prepared to celebrate 1000 episodes.

Programmes about EmmerdaleEdit

A tribute to Ronald Magill, retiring from his role as Amos Brearly in the soap opera Emmerdale after 18 years in the programme, broadcast on 7th January 1991.

Richard Whiteley plays tribute to the north country saga, aided by some clips from the archives, and the memories of some of the actors that played a major part in establishing the show's huge popularity, broadcast on 23rd July 1993.

As the long running drama series Emmerdale, about life in and around a Yorkshire Dales farm and village, celebrates its twenty-first birthday cast members reminisce about their time in the programme.

Television's most famous farming family from Emmerdale play a family of real farmers from Exmoor in this festive edition of Family Fortunes, broadcast on 24th December 1993.

A tribute to Stan Richards, who played Seth Armstrong in the soap opera Emmerdale for 26 years, broadcast on 1st November 2005.

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