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Hangar 17


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Romance is in the air at
Hangar 17, and DJ Paul is in danger of being hit by Cupid's arrow. Mickey Hutton is on hand to keep things under control and to introduce today's guests, who include master magician Geoffrey Durham.
There's music by Dina Carroll and Louie Louie , and there's more comedy from the resident comedy cabaret team. Watch out for Taking the Mickey, the fast and furious game, which gives someone the chance to go for today's mystery prize. With Mark Hayford , James Hamill and Paul Leyshon.
LETTERS: write to Hangar 17,
PO Box 1700, London W 12 7RJ


Unknown: Mickey Hutton
Unknown: Geoffrey Durham.
Music By: Dina Carroll
Music By: Louie Louie
Unknown: Mark Hayford
Unknown: James Hamill
Unknown: Paul Leyshon.

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