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Synopsis

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Andy Crane - starting with Corners
Presented by Simon Davies and Sophie Aldred with Jo Koma.
Production ANNE GOBEY (R)
4.05pm Mysterious Cities of Gold
7: A magical ship appears after an earthquake. (R)
4.35pm Take Two with Phillip Schofield. What do you think of what's on TV?
Designer PETER FINDLEY Director VICTORIA PILE Producer GREG CHILDS
5.00pm Newsround
5.10pm Dead Entry
A serial in three parts by ALLAN BAKER
File 1: Charlie and Daniel go to the docks and become embroiled in a mystery.
Executive producer PAUL STONE Director MARGIE BARBOUR (R)
0 CEEFAX SUBTITLES

Contributors

Presented By: Simon Davies
Presented By: Sophie Aldred
Unknown: Jo Koma.
Unknown: Phillip Schofield.
Designer: Peter Findley
Director: Victoria Pile
Producer: Greg Childs
Unknown: Allan Baker
Producer: Paul Stone
Director: Margie Barbour
Charlie: Duncan Baizley
Daniel: Rhett Keen
Melissa: Lise-Ann McLaughlin
Susan: Frances Jeater
Richard: Geoffrey Bateman
Kurt Haddim: Tariq Alibai
Bernard Dougherty: John Bird
Deana: Carrie Davies
Martin: Ian McElhinney
Mark Hughes: Andrew Hall
Nestor: Harold Innocent
Lasse: Otto Jarman
Receptionist: Jane Gambier
Coroner's official: Colin Burns
Diver: Gareth Milne






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