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satellite city

A self-supporting city planned within the natural growth pattern of another major city.It is intended to stop urban sprawl,supply an alternate mini central business district,and provide high-speed (preferably mass-transit) access between the major city and its satellites.

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Satellite City, which ran from 1996-1998, followed the adventures of the oddball Price family, who lived in a fictional community somewhere near a bypassed town at the top of the Rhondda Valley.
The company has put the price tag on the satellite city at $700 million, and is bringing in private developers to construct sections according to its 2014-2020 master plan.
Rob Brydon, best known for the series Marion & Geoff and his work with comedian Steve Coogan, said programmes such as Satellite City were not being given the chance to find audiences outside the principality.
Named the 'Samdech Techo Hun Sen Dragon City', the $80 billion satellite city located north of Phnom Penh was due to include a 600-metre-tall building which would have served as Hun Sen's headquarters.
Labour MP Martin Caton and AM Richard Edwards, Liberal Democrat AM Peter Black and Plaid Cymru Euro-MP Jill Evans who is also Chair of CND Cymru will be joined by Satellite City Boyd Clack and actor Brian Hibbard.
Why then do you defend High Hopes, the most lamentable, poorly acted and totally unfunny TV programme since Satellite City - a previous load of bilge from the equally unfunny Boyd Clack?
I wonder whether said viewers really demanded: Jack Of Hearts, a programme so appalling that it received record low audience figures when first shown; Satellite City, the unfunniest comedy ever made (including Terry and June); and Large, an insult to the intelligence of Welsh persons everywhere.
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