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The 8.15 from Manchester


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In today's edition of the children's magazine show American rock band They Might Be Giants build a little birdhouse in your soul. Also joining Ross King and Charlotte Hindle are holiday expert Martin Roberts , who is up to his knees down on the farm, and conservationist Ron Freethy.
There's more rappin' on Rapattack, love in the air with Photoromance, and Deborah Turness prepares for the Paris to Peking car rally. Director Pam O'Brien
Series producer Martyn Day
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Unknown: Ross King
Unknown: Charlotte Hindle
Unknown: Martin Roberts
Unknown: Ron Freethy.
Unknown: Deborah Turness
Director: Pam O'Brien

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The 8.15 from Manchester

BBC One London, 9 June 1990 8.15

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