My Utopia #30: Ray Cokes
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We spoke to TV legend Ray Cokes at the Reeperbahn Festival.

About the one percent that controls everything, the need for a revolution – and his personal utopia.

Ray Cokes (born Raymond Christopher Cokes on 24 February 1958 on the Isle of Wight) is an English TV legend.
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