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Holiday 72

Synopsis

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with Cliff Michelmore

Malta: The £50 travel restrictions made Malta one of the busiest holiday islands in the Mediterranean. But can it continue to attract the British tourist in ever-increasing numbers now that it has to compete on equal terms?

Sealink: cross-Channel ferries continue to expand their services in spite of threats from hover-craft and Channel tunnels. Is it just simply demand or is the British Rail image changing?

(Holiday 72 competition: page 22)
(Colour)

Contributors

Presenter: Cliff Michelmore
Producer: Tom Savage






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