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Background imageProgramme Collection: Wendy Padbury, actress who plays the role of Zoe Herriot

Wendy Padbury, actress who plays the role of Zoe Herriot, a companion of second doctor Patrick Troughton, pictured on location, 3rd May 1968

Background imageProgramme Collection: Tom Baker as Doctor Who Circa 1975 Rev 3747 vfr1

Tom Baker as Doctor Who Circa 1975 Rev 3747 vfr1

Background imageProgramme Collection: Kate Williams, TV Actress, at home in Woodford Bridge, also pictured

Kate Williams, TV Actress, at home in Woodford Bridge, also pictured, daughter Kelly aged 6, 12th October 1978

Background imageProgramme Collection: ITVs World of Sport presenter Dickie Davies with five women who work with

ITVs World of Sport presenter Dickie Davies with five women who work with him. Pictured with Dickie, Dinah Quinnen (Dickies secretary), Linda King, Sue Turner, Carole Chessun and Carolyne Astbury

Background imageProgramme Collection: Yootha Joyce and Brian Murphy in George and Mildred 1976 TV programme

Yootha Joyce and Brian Murphy in George and Mildred 1976 TV programme

Background imageProgramme Collection: Wendy Padbury, actress who plays the role of Zoe Herriot

Wendy Padbury, actress who plays the role of Zoe Herriot, a companion of second doctor Patrick Troughton, pictured on location, 3rd May 1968

Background imageProgramme Collection: Festival of Comedys Lily Savage celebrates after being crowned Festival of Comedy

Festival of Comedys Lily Savage celebrates after being crowned Festival of Comedy Queen, 10th June 1994

Background imageProgramme Collection: Coventry has been represented by a school and the Youth Orchestra

Coventry has been represented by a school and the Youth Orchestras Brass Section in a recording of BBCs Radio Fours schools programme Together

Background imageProgramme Collection: Actor Leo Mckern (R) with John Mortimer QC writer of the TV series Rumpole of the Bailey

Actor Leo Mckern (R) with John Mortimer QC writer of the TV series Rumpole of the Bailey on set at Teddington studios. 29th Match 1979

Background imageProgramme Collection: Televisions best-loved snob Hyacinth Bucket (Patricia Routledge) was '

Televisions best-loved snob Hyacinth Bucket (Patricia Routledge) was " Keeping up Appearances" at Kenilworth Golf Club during filming for a new series of the popular BBC comedy show

Background imageProgramme Collection: Television Programme The filming of the Catherine Cookson drama The

Television Programme The filming of the Catherine Cookson drama The Gambling Man in Newcastle 14 November 1994 - Extras wait for a scene to start

Background imageProgramme Collection: John Inman Comedy Actor 'Are You Being Served?'

John Inman Comedy Actor "Are You Being Served?"
John Inman Comedy Actor " Are You Being Served?" dresses as a woman to avoid un-welcome attention on the first night of their holiday in the Mediterranean for the feature length film of

Background imageProgramme Collection: ITVs Dickie Davies with his two sons, Pete (fair hair) and Dan

ITVs Dickie Davies with his two sons, Pete (fair hair) and Dan, pictured at their Hampshire home. 10th September 1980

Background imageProgramme Collection: Mick Robertson, Douglas Rae and Jenny Hanley, the presenters of Thames Television

Mick Robertson, Douglas Rae and Jenny Hanley, the presenters of Thames Televisions childrens programme " Magpie", are back from Egypt

Background imageProgramme Collection: Wendy Padbury, actress aged 20 years old, she stars as Zoe Heriot

Wendy Padbury, actress aged 20 years old, she stars as Zoe Heriot, a companion to Patrick Troughtons Doctor in Doctor Who, pictured at home in Holland Park, London, Tuesday 16th April 1968

Background imageProgramme Collection: ITVs World of Sport presenter Dickie Davies with his new director Patricia

ITVs World of Sport presenter Dickie Davies with his new director Patricia Mordecai. London Weekend Television Studios, London. 2nd January 1979

Background imageProgramme Collection: Cheryl Ladd, american actress, who plays Kris Munroe in television series Charlie

Cheryl Ladd, american actress, who plays Kris Munroe in television series Charlies Angels, pictured at the Berkeley Hotel, Knightsbridge, London, 5th May 1978

Background imageProgramme Collection: Sean McKee, actor who plays Jamie Henderson in Channel 4 soap Brookside, pictured at home

Sean McKee, actor who plays Jamie Henderson in Channel 4 soap Brookside, pictured at home, 5th March 1988

Background imageProgramme Collection: Television programme - Brookside - A 'free George Jackson'

Television programme - Brookside - A "free George Jackson"
Television programme - Brookside - A " free George Jackson" poster on a North East bus stop 5 January 1985

Background imageProgramme Collection: Television programme - The Big Breakfast roadshow, The Eggs On Legs tour

Television programme - The Big Breakfast roadshow, The Eggs On Legs tour, starring Dannii Minogue and Richard Orford at Whitley Bay Holiday Camp on The Links, Whitley Bay 1 August 1995

Background imageProgramme Collection: Former pupils and staff of Leamington College for Boys turned up in force for a trip down

Former pupils and staff of Leamington College for Boys turned up in force for a trip down memory lane. The get-together at the former college, now a centre for sixth-form comprehensive studies

Background imageProgramme Collection: Wendy Padbury, actress who plays the role of Zoe Herriot

Wendy Padbury, actress who plays the role of Zoe Herriot, a companion of second doctor Patrick Troughton, pictured on location, 3rd May 1968

Background imageProgramme Collection: Paul Nicholas Actor with Jan Francis - stars in the TV Programme Just Good Friends

Paul Nicholas Actor with Jan Francis - stars in the TV Programme Just Good Friends © Mirrorpix

Background imageProgramme Collection: Ricky Simmonds, actor from BBC television programme Grange Hill

Ricky Simmonds, actor from BBC television programme Grange Hill, playing the character Anthony Jones aka Ant, pictured in Stockton

Background imageProgramme Collection: Top of the Pops 1000th programme party. Pictured, members of Spandau Ballet with the Top

Top of the Pops 1000th programme party. Pictured, members of Spandau Ballet with the Top of the Pops cake at The Gardens night club in Kensington, London. 5th May 1983

Background imageProgramme Collection: Blue Peters John Noakes, climbs to the top of Nelsons Column

Blue Peters John Noakes, climbs to the top of Nelsons Column. He talks at the top to workmen who are washing Nelson. 29th April 1977

Background imageProgramme Collection: Left to right, Tony Bastable, Susan Stranks with 'Puff'

Left to right, Tony Bastable, Susan Stranks with "Puff"
Left to right, Tony Bastable, Susan Stranks with " Puff" a Welsh mountain pony and Pete Brady, three of the presenters of the programme " Magpie"

Background imageProgramme Collection: Make-up girl Hilary Steinberg puts finishing touches to Susan Strank

Make-up girl Hilary Steinberg puts finishing touches to Susan Stranks hair before she appears on the screen, riding side saddle in her Georgian riding gear

Background imageProgramme Collection: John Jackson leaps for the ball, kicked by Geoff Hurst at Thames TV Studios at Teddington

John Jackson leaps for the ball, kicked by Geoff Hurst at Thames TV Studios at Teddington. Football players Geoff Hurst (left) of West Ham, and John Jackson (right) of Crystal Palace

Background imageProgramme Collection: Football players Geoff Hurst (left) of West Ham, and John Jackson (right

Football players Geoff Hurst (left) of West Ham, and John Jackson (right) of Crystal Palace, wearing traditional football gear, for Thames Televisions " Magpie" programme

Background imageProgramme Collection: Mick Robertson, Jenny Hanley and Douglas Rae, the presenters of Thames Television

Mick Robertson, Jenny Hanley and Douglas Rae, the presenters of Thames Televisions childrens programme " Magpie", are back from Egypt

Background imageProgramme Collection: Ricky Simmonds, actor from BBC television programme Grange Hill

Ricky Simmonds, actor from BBC television programme Grange Hill, playing the character Anthony Jones aka Ant, pictured in Stockton

Background imageProgramme Collection: Three former Olympic competitors who will spearhead ITV

Three former Olympic competitors who will spearhead ITVs coverage of the 1980 Olympic Games, pictured with Dickie Davies at the London Weekend Studios

Background imageProgramme Collection: Dickie Davies at the London Weekend Studios. He will be presenting coverage of the 1980

Dickie Davies at the London Weekend Studios. He will be presenting coverage of the 1980 Olympic Games. 11th July 1980

Background imageProgramme Collection: Carol Vorderman, Game Show Co-Host, Studio Pix, 22nd December 1987. Aged 26 years old

Carol Vorderman, Game Show Co-Host, Studio Pix, 22nd December 1987. Aged 26 years old

Background imageProgramme Collection: Chris Evans, DJ on Radio One, presents the Radio One Roadshow from Tenby in South Wales

Chris Evans, DJ on Radio One, presents the Radio One Roadshow from Tenby in South Wales. The huge crowd go wild as the event is broadcast live on BBC Radio One. Picture taken 23rd August 1996

Background imageProgramme Collection: Ronnie Corbett with the Corbett Follies, he will be assisted by these girls in his new

Ronnie Corbett with the Corbett Follies, he will be assisted by these girls in his new television series The Corbett Follies

Background imageProgramme Collection: Ronnie Corbett in a scene as a ballet dancer at the London Palladium

Ronnie Corbett in a scene as a ballet dancer at the London Palladiums Christmas pantomime Cinderella. 19th December 1971

Background imageProgramme Collection: Sean McKee and Justine Kerrigan, actors who play characters Jamie Henderson

Sean McKee and Justine Kerrigan, actors who play characters Jamie Henderson and Tracy Corkhill in Channel 4 soap Brookside, pictured filming on location at Chalk Farm in London, 11th January 1988

Background imageProgramme Collection: Bruce Forsyth, Violet Carson and Peggy Mount performing the sketch Sisters

Bruce Forsyth, Violet Carson and Peggy Mount performing the sketch Sisters, during rehearsals for the Daily Mirror Television Award show. 29th July 1962

Background imageProgramme Collection: Left to Right: Actors Philip Ray (as Daniel Eldred), Louise Pajo (as Gia Kelly

Left to Right: Actors Philip Ray (as Daniel Eldred), Louise Pajo (as Gia Kelly) Ronald Leigh Hunt ( as Julian Radnor) and Patrick Troughton (as Dr Who)

Background imageProgramme Collection: Television Programme The filming of the Catherine Cookson drama The Girl

Television Programme The filming of the Catherine Cookson drama The Girl at Whitworth Hall, Spennymoor 26 September1995 - Actress Siobhan Flynn

Background imageProgramme Collection: Television Programme - The filming of Childrens Series The Famous Five at Beamish

Television Programme - The filming of Childrens Series The Famous Five at Beamish Open Air Museum, County Durham 5 May 1995 - from left actors Marco Williamson, Paul Child, Jemima Rooper

Background imageProgramme Collection: Television Programme - The filming of Channel 5 soap opera Family Affairs in a London

Television Programme - The filming of Channel 5 soap opera Family Affairs in a London Studio 3 July 1997 Actor Ian Cullen before shooting a scene

Background imageProgramme Collection: Television programme - Emmerdale Farm cast members Clive Hornby

Television programme - Emmerdale Farm cast members Clive Hornby and Helen Weir 21 August 1985

Background imageProgramme Collection: Television programme - The filming of Emergency Ward 10 at ATV Studios in Boreham

Television programme - The filming of Emergency Ward 10 at ATV Studios in Boreham Wood 26 March 1963 circa The matron played by Enid Lindsey, addressing a new group of trainee nurses

Background imageProgramme Collection: Love Thy Neighbour, cast members of British sitcom, produced by Thames Television for

Love Thy Neighbour, cast members of British sitcom, produced by Thames Television for the ITV network, photo-call outside Thames TV Euston Road, London, 6th September 1972

Background imageProgramme Collection: Television programme - Beat the Crusher gameshow at the Metrocentre in Gateshead with

Television programme - Beat the Crusher gameshow at the Metrocentre in Gateshead with presenters Freddie Starr and Melinda Messenger 25 June 1998



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