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I've Got a Secret


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Tom O'Connor opens the file once more on five people who, this week, have quite the most bizarre secrets.
Among those daring the panel to have a guess at their secrets are The Rev
David Jenkins who managed to put more than his foot in it,
Fritz Spiegl who discloses an extraordinary invention of his, and Wendy Richard who reveals why you'll never see her behind the wheel.
Attempting to crack the clues are Sarah Kennedy Barry Cryer
Sandra Dickinson and Richard Stilgoe
Presented by arrangement with MARK GOODSON and TALBOT TV LTD Director PETER FITTON Producer TIM MARSHALL


Unknown: Tom O'Connor
Unknown: David Jenkins
Unknown: Fritz Spiegl
Unknown: Wendy Richard
Unknown: Sarah Kennedy
Unknown: Barry Cryer
Unknown: Sandra Dickinson
Unknown: Richard Stilgoe
Arrangement With: Mark Goodson
Director: Peter Fitton
Producer: Tim Marshall

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