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It's Wicked!


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.
There's been take-over today and to give you a clue, Carolyn Marshall has Ricky Simmonds as a right hand, and Jake Abraham. David English and Antony Johns have Casey Lee Jolliffe as their left hand!
Guests include Level 42, Jacques Alexander with the final results of Ahead of the Stars and Felix Howard (... now hasn't he presented before? Hint!) and Ron Pickering is in Rome being interviewed by Paul Goldsmith (hint!).
'Our Man' is in a tight squeeze with squash, Cheryl Baker makes 'goodie' gifts, Julian Walsh and Oliver Orr are back with Cool Jules. Plus Ovide and The Gang.
Final hint - if you're over 20, you could be over the hill!
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Unknown: Carolyn Marshall
Unknown: Ricky Simmonds
Unknown: Jake Abraham.
Unknown: Casey Lee Jolliffe
Unknown: Jacques Alexander
Unknown: Felix Howard
Unknown: Ron Pickering
Interviewed By: Paul Goldsmith
Unknown: Cheryl Baker
Unknown: Julian Walsh
Unknown: Oliver Orr
Unknown: Cool Jules
Series Producer: Pippa Dyson

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