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Synopsis

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LONDON Tonight
Current affairs

SOUTH WEST Peninsula: Let's Go Sailing
KEN DUXBURY and MICHAEL WHITMARSH with advice for novices

WEST Life Story
Tonight, WILLIAM ARKLE

SOUTH Report South: Shares in the Land

NORTH WEST Champion Brass
A weekly brass band knock-out contest

NORTH EAST Friday North: Bridge Over The Bosporus
Darlington bridge-builders

NORTH Press Club
Women journalists discuss their new role

MIDLANDS Top Gear
First of a monthly series for road-users

EAST On Camera
RT REV MAURICE WOOD, Bishop of Norwich, and REV RALPH GODSALL, a young curate, talk to DOUGLAS BROWN about their beliefs

Contributors

Unknown: Ken Duxbury
Unknown: Michael Whitmarsh
Unknown: William Arkle
Unknown: Maurice Wood
Unknown: Ralph Godsall
Unknown: Douglas Brown

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