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LONDON Tonight: current affairs

SOUTH WEST Peninsula: Zodiac and Co. JAN LEEMING introduces two guests, known to the viewer, but not the panel, and COLIN WILSON talks about the mystery of the multiple personality.

WEST Jazz on the Quay: THE AVON CITIES jazz BAND. The second of two open-air concerts recorded in King Street, Bristol. Special guest: SAMMI BROWN

SOUTH It's Your Bid: the antique game With BERNARD PRICE, SHEILA TRACY and a panel of buyers and experts.

MIDLANDS Top Gear: a monthly series for the road-user with ANGELA RIPPON and TOM COYNE

EAST On Camera: In the Country. DAVID RICHARDSON visits a turkey farm; TED ELLIS'S Nature Postbag; students at the Suffolk Horticultural Institute prepare for Christmas; and children at Scole village school entertain with carols.

NORTH Politics North; including My Week by STANLEY CROWTHER, MP. Parliamentary Review - ANDREW ALEXANDER of the Daily Mail, and this week's film special - Home for the Weekend: JOHN PRESCOTT, MP, member of the European Parliament. Introduced by BRIAN MORRIS.

NORTH EAST Friday North: MIKE NEVILLE meets singing brothers BOB AND ALF PEARSON.

NORTH WEST Home Ground: Each week. BRIAN REDHEAD and FRANK MELLOR meet inhabitants of the North West.

Contributors

Introduces: Jan Leeming
Introduces: Colin Wilson
Unknown: Sammi Brown
Unknown: Sheila Tracy
Unknown: Angela Rippon
Unknown: Tom Coyne
Unknown: David Richardson
Unknown: Andrew Alexander
Unknown: John Prescott
Introduced By: Brian Morris.
Unknown: Mike Nev
Unknown: Brian Redhead
Unknown: Frank Mellor

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