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Sixth Sense


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Miss Judy Todd (below), the daughter of former Rhodesian Prime Minister Garfield Todd , has her views on Rhodesia challenged tonight, when she is interviewed by a sixth-former
Michael Aspel introduces a new competitive series in which sixth-formers are given the chance to air their views or investigate any topic that concerns them Tonight the boys of Manchester Grammar School examine
The Future of Canals
The Rhodesian Situation
Sense of Humour
Primary Schools
These projects will be marked and judged by Christopher Chataway Jack Longland Mary Holland
Produced by Nick HUNTER from the North


Unknown: Miss Judy Todd
Unknown: Garfield Todd
Introduces: Michael Aspel
Unknown: Christopher Chataway
Unknown: Jack Longland
Unknown: Mary Holland
Directed By: Desmond Sissons
Produced By: Nick Hunter

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