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The Final with Magnus Magnusson The climax of Mastermind
1985 takes place at Robinson College, Cambridge.
In January 48 contenders set out to see who could win the coveted Caithness glass trophy. Tonight just the final four are left to do friendly battle to receive that trophy from the Chairman of the BBC Stuart Young. Clive Bettington (solicitor)
The British Raj, 1899-1948 Ian MacKillop
(pharmacy technician RAMC) History of the Labour Party since 1945
Roger Stein
The works of John Le Carre Ian Meadows
(hospital driver)
The English Civil War, 1642-7 Designer ANDY DIMOND
Assistant producer MARY CRAIG Director LAURENCE VULLIAMY Producer PETER MASSEY


Unknown: Magnus Magnusson
Unknown: Clive Bettington
Unknown: Roger Stein
Unknown: John Le Carre
Unknown: Ian Meadows
Producer: Mary Craig
Director: Laurence Vulliamy
Producer: Peter Massey

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