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Introduced by Mark Curry and Deborah Appleby , with, live in the studio, chart sounds of The Fixx; then cartoon comedy with Bugs Bunny and Huckleberry Hound.
9.30 Whirlybirds, with more adventure for Chuck and P.T.
10.0 Summer Scene looks at events around Britain you might visit.
10.10 Videovote, featuring four of the best new videos.
10.20 Computers: Terry Pratt on how to write your own programs.
10.40 Get Back to the events of this week over the last 20 years.
10.45 Young Magician: the winner of this year's Magic Circle, Young Magician of the Year.
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Executive producer DAVID BROWN 0 BACK PAGES: 94


Introduced By: Mark Curry
Introduced By: Deborah Appleby
Introduced By: Huckleberry Hound.
Unknown: Terry Pratt
Designer: Barry Roach
Producer: Tony Harrison
Producer: David Brown

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