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Parallel 9

Synopsis

We have produced a Style Guide to help editors follow a standard format when editing a listing. If you are unsure how best to edit this programme please take a moment to read it.
Dannii Minogue entertains Mercator today, and Shakespears Sister sing their new single, Goodbye Cruel
World, providing the prince with a welcome respite from the search for objects to bury in the Parallel 9 time capsule. Meanwhile, two viewers are turned into aliens by a film special effects expert. There's a look at the sport of roller blading, a craze that's sweeping the country, and a preview of the latest automaton to appear in the Kabaret Mechanical
Theatre, at London's Covent Garden. Plus, part 3 of the Michael Jackson competition, where the winner gets to meet the rock superstar. With Roddy Maude-Roxby . Helen Atkins , Jenny Bolt , Dominic McHale and Kevin Williams.
Executive producer Jill Roach Series producer Glyn Edwards A Roach production for BBCtv
(Dannii Minogue is in The 0 Zone on Wednesday at 10.45am) ● STEREO
●EARTH-KNOWLEDGE: ifyouwantto send a message to Mercator. write to P9, BBCtv, PO Box 9000, London W 12 2 8ZZ.

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Jackson
Unknown: Roddy Maude-Roxby
Unknown: Helen Atkins
Unknown: Jenny Bolt
Unknown: Dominic McHale
Unknown: Kevin Williams.
Producer: Jill Roach
Producer: Glyn Edwards

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