It's over ten years' on from So It Goes and Granada producer Tony Wilson gives TV
arts presentation another go with The Other Side Of Midnight, a locally broadcast
show which co-
Wilson had tried his best to spoil So It Goes with his quasi-
BBC2's The Late Show had began broadcasting at about the same time, offering pretty much the same fare. but that would be a Monday to Thursday event, while Wilson's show played Sunday and then Friday.
The best of what was going on at his own club The Hacienda and others around town
would invited into the studios in Quay Street, Manchester. However, the show's agenda
was arts in the north-
The show was superceded by The New in 1990.