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The Final with Magnus Magnusson After nearly six months of intense competition, the five finalists out of the original 64 contenders now seek the coveted title of Mastermind
1987. The quarterdeck of the Britannia Royal Naval
College, Dartmouth, is the impressive setting for this final, and the winner will receive the specially engraved Caithness glass trophy from
Admiral Sir Julian Oswald , Commander-in-Chief, Fleet. The five contenders are: Margaret Spiller (civil servant)
The life and times of Emperor Nero, AD37-68
John Crippin (schoolteacher) BBC Radio comedy, 1940-1970 Jeremy Bradbrooke
(general practitioner)
The Crimean War, 1853-56 Jill McFatridge (area reporter)
The life and times of Ferdinand of Aragon, 1452-1516 Mike Billson (milkman)
The American Indian wars, 1850-1890
Assistant producer MARY CRAIG Director DAVID MITCHELL Producer PETER MASSEY


Unknown: Magnus Magnusson
Unknown: Sir Julian Oswald
Unknown: Margaret Spiller
Unknown: John Crippin
Unknown: Jeremy Bradbrooke
Unknown: Jill McFatridge
Unknown: Mike Billson
Producer: Mary Craig
Director: David Mitchell
Producer: Peter Massey

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