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Tomorrow's World


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with Judith Hann
Peter Macann , Maggie Philbin Howard Stableford
The Prince of Wales Award for Industrial Innovation and Production
At his home, Highgrove
House in Gloucestershire, HRH The Prince of Wales views the entries in this year's competition for the coveted trophy. Which recent development best demonstrates both originality and a successful commercial start? Assembled at
Highgrove are the six finalists and their inventions. They now have a year to demonstrate the production success which could win them next year's award. The ideas range from aids for the motorist to complex scientific equipment. And also at Highgrove to receive the trophy in person from His
Royal Highness, the outright winner of the 1985 award. Producers JACK WEBER
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Unknown: Judith Hann
Unknown: Peter MacAnn
Producers: Jack Weber
Unknown: Martin Mortimore
Editor: Richard Reisz

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