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An adventure serial in four episodes
Episode 1 showed a derelict old house being used as a hideaway by three youngsters; the sudden appearance of mysterious intruders and the introduction of all sorts of mayhem ... Viewers were asked to tell us what it was all about, and the idea chosen from our postbag duly became Episode 2. Last week we again asked for your ideas for Episode 3, and tonight you can see the enactment of the idea chosen and hear the name of the person who gave it to us.
Watch tonight's episode very carefully, because we want you to tell us how to end this story-once and for all-next week. The best idea opened first will be the one used, and all ideas should be in by the second post on Wednesday. Write to: Ramshackle Road, BBC, Whiteladies Road, Bristol, BS8 2LR. We'll carry on from there-next week, live!
Script editor, Peter J. Hammond
Designed by Chris Robilliard
Directed by BRIAN MILLER from the South and West


Script By: Peter J. Hammond
Played By: Timothy Bateson
Played By: Christopher Benjamin
Played By: Denis Gilmour
Played By: Linda Jolliff
Unknown: Malcolm McFee
Unknown: Trevor Martin
Editor: Peter J. Hammond
Designed By: Chris Robilliard
Directed By: Brian Miller

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