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How Do You Solve a Problem like Maria?


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6/8. With only three weeks left in the race to be the new Maria von Trapp , pressure is mounting for the seven remaining hopefuls. In the presence of Andrew Lloyd Webber and experts David Ian , Zoe Tyler and John Barrowman , they perform again to show which of them can cut the mustard as a West End leading lady. Graham Norton hosts. Results are at 8.50pm. Series editors Suzy Lamb and Deborah Sargeant
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Unknown: Maria von Trapp
Unknown: Andrew Lloyd Webber
Unknown: David Ian
Unknown: Zoe Tyler
Unknown: John Barrowman
Unknown: Graham Norton
Editors: Suzy Lamb
Editors: Deborah Sargeant

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How Do You Solve a Problem like Maria?

BBC One London, 2 September 2006 19.05

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