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The Bodymatters Roadshow


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This week Alan Maryon
Davis and Maggie Philbin are at the National Spinal Injuries Centre, Stoke
Mandeville, with the man who raised E10 million to build it - Jimmy Savile , OBE. Fifty years ago, if you damaged your spinal cord, it was nearly always fatal. Today, doctors at Stoke
Mandeville aim to send their patients home after six to nine months. They work with a close-knit team to help each patient to achieve their personal best - for some that may be driving a car with special controls, swimming, or even archery; for others, getting dressed or moving around in a wheelchair. Director STUART MCDONALD Producer TERESA HUNT
0 HEALTH: page 109


Unknown: Alan Maryon
Unknown: Maggie Philbin
Unknown: Jimmy Savile
Director: Stuart McDonald
Producer: Teresa Hunt

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The Bodymatters Roadshow

BBC One London, 5 September 1989 19.00

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