Serialised in 13 episodes
Luke Skywalker, Obi-Wan Kenobi, and their companions have been drawn into the Death Star, and now must face their arch-enemy, Darth Vader - and the powers of a determined and merciless Empire.
and Susie Barnes with Wheels
Susie discovers the delights of a country holiday weekend in Ireland on Wheels, DAVID RIDER looks forward to the historic commercial vehicle run from London to Brighton. DAVE TAYLOR continues his motorcycle tips; BARRON, of The
Barron Knights, explains about motorcycle trial riding and previews the Scottish Six-Day Trial; and DLT talks to the winners of the General Lee competition.
Producer DAVE ATKEY
' I'm looking forward to this new term of college gigs and to meeting the people, who often come up with some very constructive criticism I'll be endeavouring to read requests written on underwear, arms and legs. Last term there was even one written on a bare behind ... perfectly legible though! '
Lanehester Polytechnic, Coventry, with special live band The Vapors
Producers MIKE HAWKES and TONY HALE
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