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Tomorrow's World

Synopsis

We have produced a Style Guide to help editors follow a standard format when editing a listing. If you are unsure how best to edit this programme please take a moment to read it.
This week's programme looks at a new system that will replace the video recorder and will change for ever the way that people watch television. The device can create a tailor-made evening of programmes to match the viewer's preferences.
Plus a new development to help people with diabetes, who could soon be applying a small patch to their skin instead of taking a blood test six times a day.
Presented by Peter Snow and Philippa Forrester, with Jez Nelson , Craig Doyle ,
Anya Sitaram and Lindsey Fallow.
Producer Nathan Williams ; Editor Saul Nasse Subtitled ................................................. 55
FURTHER DETAILS: Ceefax page 623. the TW Information Line: [number removed] or on the Internet: http://www.bbc.co.uk/tw

Contributors

Presented By: Peter Snow
Unknown: Jez Nelson
Unknown: Craig Doyle
Unknown: Anya Sitaram
Unknown: Lindsey Fallow.
Producer: Nathan Williams
Editor: Saul Nasse

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