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Hold the Back Page!

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.
A ten-part series by ANDREW NICKOLDS , STAN HEY starring David Warner as Ken Wordsworth
6: Running Feuds
The London Marathon:
'Twenty-six miles ... 26 great Ken Wordsworth columns charting your progress from an average slob-in-the-street to a shining example of what makes Britain great!'
Music by GORDON GILTRAP
Make-up designer JENNIFER HUGHES Script editor JOANNA WILLETT Designer CHRIS HULL
Producer EVGENY GRIDNEFF Director CHRISTOPHER BAKER
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Contributors

Unknown: Andrew Nickolds
Unknown: Stan Hey
Unknown: David Warner
Unknown: Ken Wordsworth
Music By: Gordon Giltrap
Designer: Jennifer Hughes
Editor: Joanna Willett
Designer: Chris Hull
Producer: Evgeny Gridneff
Director: Christopher Baker
Reg: With Eric Allan
Alison: Gil Brailey
Charlie: Lee Whitlock
Russell: David Horovitch
Steve: Peter-Hugo Daly
Frank: Richard Ireson
Ruby: Tilly Vosburgh
Jack Mells: David Allister
Angie Phillips: Tina Bond
Harry: Charles Lewson
Spreckley: Russell Wootton






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