Daily magazine show broadcast form the BBC's Pebble Mill studios. The show originally ran from 1973 to 1986 and was resurrected in 1991 (as "Pebble Mill") and ran until 1996.
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Judi Spiers ...  Herself - Presenter / ... 15 episodes, 1991-1994
...  Himself - Presenter / ... 13 episodes, 1993-1996
Marian Foster ...  Herself - Presenter / ... 12 episodes, 1973-1986
...  Herself - A Taste of India / ... 12 episodes, 1978-1980
Alan Titchmarsh ...  Himself - Presenter / ... 10 episodes, 1991-1996
Donny MacLeod ...  Himself - Presenter / ... 7 episodes, 1977-1983
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Daily magazine show broadcast form the BBC's Pebble Mill studios. The show originally ran from 1973 to 1986 and was resurrected in 1991 (as "Pebble Mill") and ran until 1996.

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16 October 1972 (UK)  »

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Most of the 1970s and 1980s editions of the series are lost (there are lost episodes from as recently as 1986). One that does survive from the early years celebrated the tenth anniversary of Doctor Who (1963) in 1973, featuring interviews with Patrick Troughton and visual effects designer Bernard Wilkie, which is included on the special features of The Three Doctors DVD. Some other Doctor Who (1963) related items from the series have survived due to early domestic video recordings and have been released on DVDs, including interviews with Tom Baker and Philip Hinchcliffe. See more »

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Featured in Room 101: Episode #11.5 (2007) See more »

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pebble mill
23 September 2006 | by See all my reviews

yes a brilliant mid day magazine programme, televised live from the foyer of the TV studio.

with a live audience and a good supply of guests It could have gone on, it was always a popular show

Birmingham is not far from London so it was easy for London based celebs to appear, and lets face it , most of the top celebs are based in London.

There was a variety of presenters, Sue Cook presented a lot of programmes I remember.

They must have a lot of the show archived somewhere, it would be nice to see a few reruns and bring back old memories.


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