Episodes

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Genome: |[r1 Bd=19780324]

A Kid Jensen holiday special featuring the music of the Bee Gees

Producer CHRIS LYCETT

Genome: |[r1 Bd=19780324]

Producer: Chris Lycett

Genome: |[r1 Bd=19781113]

Kid Jensen introduces a programme on all aspects of living a full. rewarding and healthy life. with Dr Alan Maryon Davis and Alison Rice

Producer DAVE TATE

Genome: |[r1 Bd=19781113]

Introduces: Kid Jensen

Unknown: Dr Alan Maryon Davis

Unknown: Alison Rice

Producer: Dave Tate

Genome: |[r1 Bd=19781120]

Kid Jensen introduces a programme on all aspects of living a full, rewarding and healthy life, with Dr Alan Maryon Davis and Alison Rice

Producer DAVE TATE

Genome: |[r1 Bd=19781120]
Genome: |[r1 Bd=19781204]

Kid Jensen introduces a programme on all aspects of living a full, rewarding and healthy life, with Dr Alan Maryon-Davis and Alison Rice

ProducerDAVE TATE

"Kid Jensen introduStrange And Sundrie Stuarts

Genome: |[r1 Bd=19781204]

Introduces: Kid Jensen

Unknown: Dr Alan Maryon-Davis

Unknown: Alison Rice

Producer: Dave Tate

Genome: |[r1 Bd=19781211]

Kid Jensen introduces a programme on all aspects of living a full, rewarding and healthv life, with Dr Alan Maryon-Davis and Alison Rice

Producer DAVE TATE

Genome: |[r1 Bd=19781211]
Genome: |[r1 Bd=19781218]

Kid Jensen introduces a programme on all aspects of living a full, rewarding and healthy life. with Dr Alan Maryon-Davls and Alison Rice

Producer DAVE TATE

Genome: |[r1 Bd=19781218]

Introduces: Kid Jensen

Unknown: Dr Alan Maryon-Davls

Unknown: Alison Rice

Producer: Dave Tate

Genome: |[r1 Bd=19790101]

Kid Jensen introduces a programme on all aspects of living a full, rewarding and healthy life, with Dr Alan Maryon-Davis and Alison Rice

Producer DAVE TATE

Genome: |[r1 Bd=19790101]
Genome: |[r1 Bd=19790108]
Genome: |[r1 Bd=19790108]
Genome: |[r1 Bd=19790115]

Kid Jensen introduces a programme on all aspects of living a full, rewarding and healthy life, with Dr Alan Maryon-Davis and Alison Rice

ProducerDAVE `TATE

Genome: |[r1 Bd=19790115]

Unknown: Dr Alan Maryon-Davis

Unknown: Alison Rice

Producer: Dave `tate

Genome: |[r1 Bd=19790122]

Kid Jensen introduces a programme on all aspects of living a full, rewarding and healthy life, with Dr Alan Maryon-Davls and Alison Rice

Producer DAVE TATE

Genome: |[r1 Bd=19790122]

Unknown: Dr Alan Maryon-Davls

Unknown: Alison Rice

Producer: Dave Tate

Genome: |[r1 Bd=19790129]

Kid Jensen introduces a programme on all aspects of living a full, rewarding and healthy life, with Dr Alan Maryon-Davis who takes a look at jabs this week: Vaccinations - how do they protect us against infectious diseases and which are needed for health protection at home or abroad? and Alison Rice who has information to help you find summer jobs at home and abroad. Producer DAVE TATE

Genome: |[r1 Bd=19790129]
Genome: |[r1 Bd=19790205]

Kid Jensen introduces a programme on all aspects of living a full. rewarding and healthy life, with Dr Alan Maryon-Davis and Alison Rice

Producer DAVE TATE

Genome: |[r1 Bd=19790205]
Genome: |[r1 Bd=19790212]

Kid Jensen introduces a programme on all aspects of living a full. rewarding and healthy life. with Dr Alan Maryon-Davis and Alison Rice

Producer DAVE TATE

Genome: |[r1 Bd=19790212]

Unknown: Dr Alan Maryon-Davis

Unknown: Alison Rice

Producer: Dave Tate

Genome: |[r1 Bd=19790219]

Kid Jensen introduces a programme on all aspects of living a full, rewarding and healthy life.

In this week's programme Dr Alan Maryon-Davis and Alison Rice take a long, hard look at hair.

What is it made of? Is it a living part of the body? How does your general health affect your hair? Why are some people blond and some people brunette? Why are some people born with curly hair and some straight? Is it wise to colour, perm or mess about with your hair?

All these and many other aspects of the scalp, hair and its growth will be discussed tonight by Kid Jensen and Dr Alan Maryon-Davis , and Alison Rice will also talk about current, fashionable hair-styles.

Producer DAVE TATE

Genome: |[r1 Bd=19790219]

Introduces: Kid Jensen

Unknown: Dr Alan Maryon-Davis

Unknown: Alison Rice

Unknown: Kid Jensen

Producer: Dave Tate

Genome: |[r1 Bd=19790226]

Kid Jensen introduces a programme on all aspects of living a full, rewarding and healthy life, with Dr Alan Maryon-Davis and Alison Rice

Producer DAVE TATS

Genome: |[r1 Bd=19790226]

Unknown: Dr Alan Maryon-Davis

Unknown: Alison Rice

Producer: Dave Tats

Genome: |[r1 Bd=19790305]

A refreshingly different sort of chat programme - no preaching, no lecturing, no gimmicks.

Kid Jensen talks to Alison Rice. editor of Ms London, about anything and everything that takes her fancy, be it the newest fashion fad. the problems of a ' posh accent' or unwashed friends.

Dr Alan Maryon-Davis. Medical Officer of the Health Education Council and - whisper it softly - one-quarter of Instant Sunshine comes across with the answers to the health queries most peopie need to know but haven't dared to ask. Well, did you know Producer DAVE TATE

Genome: |[r1 Bd=19790305]

Talks: Kid Jensen

Unknown: Alison Rice.

Unknown: Dr Alan Maryon-Davis

Producer: Dave Tate

Genome: |[r1 Bd=19790312]

Kid Jensen introduces a programmeonallaspects of living a full, rewarding and healthy life,-with Dr Alan Maryon-Davis and Alison Riee

Producer DAVE TATE

(Send your comments on this or any Radio 1 programme to Radio 1 Mail-bag, BBC, London [Postcode removed])

Genome: |[r1 Bd=19790312]

Unknown: Dr Alan Maryon-Davis

Unknown: Alison Riee

Producer: Dave Tate

Genome: |[r1 Bd=19790319]

Kid Jensen introduces a programme on all aspects of living a full, rewarding and healthy life.

This week Dr Alan Maryon-Davis explores the other senses - touch, taste and smell.

Alison Rice looks into the commercial secrets of those scents you dab on your face. splash behind your ears or rub into your wrist - colognes. perfumes, aftershave and other luxury fragrances. Producer DAVE TATE

If you have comments, questions or criticisms on this or any Radio 1 programme write to Radio 1 Mailbag. BBC, London WIA 4WW

Genome: |[r1 Bd=19790319]

Producer: Dave Tate

Genome: |[r1 Bd=19790326]

with Kid Jensen

Dr Alan Maryon-Davis talks about genes, chromosomes and heredity. Alison Rice tells you how to trace your family tree. Producer DAVE TATE

Genome: |[r1 Bd=19790326]

Unknown: Kid Jensen

Talks: Dr Alan Maryon-Davis

Unknown: Alison Rice

Producer: Dave Tate

Genome: |[r1 Bd=19790402]

A refreshingly different sort of chat programme

- no preaching, no lecturing, no gimmicks.

Kid Jensen talks to Alison Rice , editor of Ms London, and to Dr Alan Maryon-Davls , Medical Officer of the Health Education Council.

This week: all that glitters... ALISON RICE looks into buying gold and silver jewellery. Can you really invest for the future? DR MARTON -DAVIS explains the mysteries of memory and learning, Producer dive TATE

Send your comments on this or any Radio 1 programme to Radio 1 Mail- bag, BBC, London WIA 4WW

Genome: |[r1 Bd=19790402]

Talks: Kid Jensen

Unknown: Alison Rice

Unknown: Dr Alan Maryon-Davls

Unknown: Dr Marton Davis

Genome: |[r1 Bd=19790409]

A refreshingly different sort of chat show, introduced by Kid Jensen

This week's theme: molars, cuspids. bicuspids... chompers a-plenty.

Colin Hall Dexter from the British Health Foundation will tell you all you ever wanted to know about keeping yourself a mouthful of gleaming teeth. Alison Rice. Editor of Ms London , will talk about your rights under the National Health. Producer DAVE TATE

Send your comments, questions and criticisms on this or any Radio I programme to Radio 1 Mailbag, BBC, London WIA 4WW

Genome: |[r1 Bd=19790409]

Duced By: Kid Jensen

Unknown: Colin Hall Dexter

Unknown: Alison Rice.

Unknown: Ms London

Producer: Dave Tate

Genome: |[r1 Bd=19790423]

This week Alison Rice. Dr Alan Maryon-Davis and Kid Jensen celebrate the first anniversary of their collaboration on Stayin' Alive.

Alison, now the editor of Ms London magazine, joined the Btaff some years ago as an office junior after becoming disillusioned with the world of fashion modelling.

Her work away from Stayin' Alive is spent chasing around Fleet Street trying to meet copy deadlines!

Alan qualified at St Thomas's Hospital ten years ago - you'd never guess it to look at him-after studying anatomy, physiology and psychology at Cambridge.

When he's off duty from Stayin' Alive he spends his busy life at the Health Education Council, seeing patients in Putney, making medical films and singing with that most sophisticated of new wave groups, Instant Sunshine. Producer DAVE TATE

Genome: |[r1 Bd=19790423]

Unknown: Alison Rice.

Unknown: Dr Alan Maryon-Davis

Unknown: Kid Jensen

Producer: Dave Tate

Genome: |[r1 Bd=19790430]

Kid Jensen , Alison Rice and Dr Alan Maryon-Davls join up for their weekly get-together and continue last week's theme: Diet. Today they look at sugars and fats - haw to strike the right balance-Producer DAVE TATS

Genome: |[r1 Bd=19790430]

Unknown: Kid Jensen

Unknown: Alison Rice

Unknown: Dr Alan Maryon-Davls

Producer: Dave Tats

Genome: |[r1 Bd=19790514]

Kid Jensen , Alison Rice and Dr Alan Maryon-Davis discuss Contraception

Producer DAVE TATE

Genome: |[r1 Bd=19790514]

Unknown: Kid Jensen

Unknown: Alison Rice

Unknown: Dr Alan Maryon-Davis

Producer: Dave Tate

Genome: |[r1 Bd=19790521]

Kid Jensen. Alison Rice and Dr Alan Maryon-Davis discuss tension and stress at examination time. Producer DAVE TATE

Genome: |[r1 Bd=19790521]

Unknown: Kid Jensen.

Unknown: Alison Rice

Unknown: Dr Alan Maryon-Davis

Producer: Dave Tate

Genome: |[r1 Bd=19790604]

A refreshingly different sort of chat programme. Kid Jensen talks to Alison Rice, editor of Ms London, and to Dr Alan Maryon-Davis. Medical

Officer of the Health Education Council. Producer DAVE TATE

Genome: |[r1 Bd=19790604]
Genome: |[r1 Bd=19790611]

with Kid Jensen

' The average adulteats half a ton,- of food a, year...

Howisaplatti"of,roast~ beef and Yorkshirepud ding turned info the building blocks of the body?

Why does your, tuminy rumble?

What are butterflies in the stomach?

What causes heartburn? How do antacids work? What are the other functions of the stomach?

What is the reason for holiday tummy?

Dr Alan Maryon-Davis takes you on an informative journey through the digestive system

Alison Rice helps you to get kitted out for your holiday.... Producer DAVE TATE

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Genome: |[r1 Bd=19790618]

with Andy Peebles

Dr Alan Maryon-Davis looks at Kidneys.

The average person requires at least two pints of water a day to keep his system functioning normally. The kidneys help to flush out unwanted substances from the body. By testing the water you pass a doctor can discover several important factors: the presence of an abnormal amount of sugar may be the result of diabetes. traces of blood may indicate kidney stones. too much protein may be a symptom of kidney failure.

How much do you know about

Buying Wine and Beer?

Alison Rice may be able to enlighten you. Producer DAVE TATE

If you have questions, comments or criticisms about this or any Radio 1 programme, write to Radio 1 Mailbag, BBC, London W1A 4WW

Genome: |[r1 Bd=19790618]

Unknown: Andy Peebles

Unknown: Dr Alan Maryon-Davis

Unknown: Alison Rice

Producer: Dave Tate

Genome: |[r1 Bd=19790625]

with' Andy Peebles and Dr Alan Maryon-Davis

Today Dr Maryon-Davis will be airing some interesting points raised in listeners' letters.

Producer DAVE TATE

Genome: |[r1 Bd=19790625]

Unknown: Andy Peebles

Unknown: Dr Alan Maryon-Davis

Producer: Dave Tate

Genome: |[r1 Bd=19790702]

with Andy Peebles and Dr Alan Maryon-Davis Producer DAVE TATE

Genome: |[r1 Bd=19790702]
Genome: |[r1 Bd=19790709]

with Kid Jensen , Alison Rice and Dr Alan Maryon -Davis Producer

DAVE TATE

Genome: |[r1 Bd=19790709]

Unknown: Kid Jensen

Unknown: Alison Rice

Unknown: Dr Alan Maryon

Unknown: Dave Tate

Genome: |[r1 Bd=19790716]

with Kid Jensen. Alison Rice and Dr Alan Maryon -

Davis Aches and Pains: the agony and the ecstasy Producer DAVE TATE

Genome: |[r1 Bd=19790716]

Unknown: Kid Jensen.

Unknown: Alison Rice

Unknown: Dr Alan Maryon

Unknown: Davis Aches

Producer: Dave Tate

Genome: |[r1 Bd=19790723]

with Kid Jensen. Alison Rice and Dr Alan Maryon Davis -. Dr Maryon-Davls looks at

Cancer.

Cancer is a dreaded word, but do we need to be so afraid of it?

Of the different varieties of cancer, many are curable. New techniques for early diagnosis, and the development of new forms of treatment and of cancer-conquering drugs are encouraging and hopeful steps - how long will it be before there is a vaccine against cancer? Producer DAVE TATE

Genome: |[r1 Bd=19790723]

Unknown: Kid Jensen.

Unknown: Alison Rice

Unknown: Dr Alan Maryon Davis

Producer: Dave Tate

Genome: |[r1 Bd=19790730]

with Kid Jensen. Alison Rice and Dr Alan Maryon-Davis.

Alison Rice looks at your rights under National Health and talks about sunglasses. Dr Maryon-Davis explains some of the mysteries of visiting the doctor: what are the various instruments that the doctor uses and what do they reveal to him about your state of health? How can you get the best from your doctor?

Producer DAVE TATE

Genome: |[r1 Bd=19790730]

Unknown: Kid Jensen.

Unknown: Alison Rice

Producer: Dave Tate

Genome: |[r1 Bd=19790806]

with Kid Jensen Alison Rice and Dr Alan Maryon-Darls

Dr Alan Maryon Davis talks about sexually-transmitted Infections. There is no longer any reason for a stigma to be attached to venereal disease as instances of it occur in all sections of the community. Almost all forms of VD can be readily treated and very quickly cleared up. Producer DAVE TATE

Genome: |[r1 Bd=19790806]

Unknown: Jensen Alison Rice

Unknown: Dr Alan Maryon-Darls

Talks: Dr Alan Maryon Davis

Producer: Dave Tate

Genome: |[r1 Bd=19790813]

with Andy Peebles Alison Rice and Dr Alan Maryon-Davls

The crimes of mugging and rape are ever on the increase. ALISON RICE gives some down-to-earth advice on how to avoid being attacked and what to do should it happen to you.

DR MARYON-DAVIS talks about the body's bellows: the chest.

Producer DAVE TATE

Genome: |[r1 Bd=19790813]

Unknown: Andy Peebles

Unknown: Alison Rice

Unknown: Dr Alan Maryon-Davls

Producer: Dave Tate

Genome: |[r1 Bd=19790820]

with Kid Jensen and Alison Rice who takes a close look at graphology - it's not what you write, it's the way that you write it! Is it really possible to discover someone's personalitybystudyingtheir handwriting? Alison offers some guidelines for the amateur graphologist.

Producer DAVE TATE

Genome: |[r1 Bd=19790820]

Unknown: Kid Jensen

Unknown: Alison Rice

Producer: Dave Tate

Genome: |[r1 Bd=19790903]

with Kid Jensen Alison Rice and Dr Alan Marypn-Bavis

Evening classes start again soon and Alison RICE offers advice on shopping around for different ones and 'how to make the most of learning in your free time.

DK MARYON-DAVIS talks about the brain. What are the structure and various functions of the different areas of the brain? What are neurones, synapses and brain waves? What can go wrong with the brain, for example in epilepsy.

Producer DAVE TATE

Genome: |[r1 Bd=19790903]

Unknown: Jensen Alison Rice

Unknown: Dr Alan Marypn-Bavis

Unknown: Alison Rice

Producer: Dave Tate

Genome: |[r1 Bd=19790917]

A refreshingly different sort of chat programme. Kid Jensen talks to Alison Rice , editor of Ms Lon don, and to Dr Alan Maryon-Davies , Medical Officer of the Health Education Council.

' To sleep, perchance to dream...' Dr Maryon-Davies talks about the mechanism of sleep. How much sleep do you need? What is REM sleep? How can you combat insomnia? What are the various levels of consciousness?

Alison takes a look at the verv rich world of advertising and explains how to complain about unreasonable commercials and ads. Did you realise. that you can take action against offensive and dishonest advertising campaigns? \.hat is the work of the Advertising Standards.uthority and how do they monitor today's advertising industry? Producer DAVE TATE

Genome: |[r1 Bd=19790917]

Unknown: Alison Rice

Unknown: Ms Lon

Unknown: Dr Alan Maryon-Davies

Producer: Dave Tate

Genome: |[r1 Bd=19790924]

with Kid Jensen Alison Rice and Dr Alan Maryon-Davls

DR MARYON-DAVIS talks about acupuncture, homeopathy, herbalism, naturopathy, osteopathy, chiropractic, transcendental meditation, hypnotism - all forms of therapy which most orthodox doctors view with some suspicion. Is there any value in these alternative medicines?

And with one eye on the budget and one eye on high style, ALISON RICE takes a look at winter fashions and gives some advice about how to make them work for you. Producer DAVE TATE

Genome: |[r1 Bd=19790924]

Unknown: Alison Rice

Producer: Dave Tate

Genome: |[r1 Bd=19791001]

with Kid Jensen Alison Rice and Dr Alan Maryon-Davis

Is climbing the stairs more dangerous than crossing the road.'

It is estimated that fiir more people are injured as the result of accidents In the home than nn the road: in this country a million people a year require medical treatment for mishaps of this type. ALISON RICE will be hunting down the danger areas and suggesting ways to ensure that your house isn't as lethal as a motorway.

DR MARYON-DAVIS Will he talking about First Aid and what to do in the event of any accident, Producer DAVE TATE

And you can heur Or Maryori'Dnvisinoneut his other roles in Instant Sunshine and... on Saturday 11.15 pm Radio 4UK

Genome: |[r1 Bd=19791001]

Unknown: Jensen Alison Rice

Unknown: Dr Alan Maryon-Davis

Unknown: Alison Rice

Producer: Dave Tate

Genome: |[r1 Bd=19791008]

with Kid Jensen Alison Rice and Dr Alan Maryon-Davis Alison Rice talks about voluntary organisations: how do they work? What can you gain from them? What help do these organisations need?

Dr Maryon-Davis continues his advice on first aid: what should you do if you are the only person on the scene to help someone who has a frac ture, a scald or burn, or a soft tissue injury! Producer DAVE TATE

Don't forget Evening Surgery: if you have any questions on medical matters for Dr Maryon-Davis, send your letters, to: Evening Surgery, Stayin' Alive, BBC Radio 1. London W1A, 4WW

Genome: |[r1 Bd=19791008]

Unknown: Jensen Alison Rice

Unknown: Dr Alan Maryon-Davis

Talks: Alison Rice

Genome: |[r1 Bd=19791015]

with Kid Jensen Alison Rice , and Dr Alan Maryon-Davis

It's not just middle-aged city gents who may be interested in setting up their own businesses but young people too might want to turn a hobby into a business venture. Alison Rice gives advice on what you need to do, where you should go forinformation on tax, VAT and advertising and what pitfalls to avoid, ,

Dr Maryon-Davir looks at the chemical messengers of the body: the hormones. What role do they play? What is their connection with the various different glands?

Producer DAVE TATE

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Genome: |[r1 Bd=19791022]

with Kid Jensen Alison Rice and Dr Alan Maryon-Davis

AlisonRicehelpstoanalyse your dreams. Dr Maryon-Davis looks at mental disorders. Producer DAVE TATE

HELP! page 18

Genome: |[r1 Bd=19791022]

Unknown: Jensen Alison Rice

Unknown: Dr Alan Maryon-Davis

Producer: Dave Tate

Genome: |[r1 Bd=19791029]

with Kid Jensen Alison Rice and Dr Alan Maryon-Davls

Dr Maryon-Davls takes a peep inside your medicine cabinet at. the array of bottles and comments on your collection. He has advice for you on the essential ingredients in any home pharmacy.

Alison Rice tackles the questionoftipping.Is this system of reward now outdated? If you have opinions on the subject send them to: Stayin' Alive, BBC Radio 1, London [Postcode removed] Producer DAVE TATE

HELP! page 22

Genome: |[r1 Bd=19791029]

Unknown: Jensen Alison Rice

Unknown: Dr Alan Maryon-Davls

Unknown: Alison Rice

Producer: Dave Tate

Genome: |[r1 Bd=19791105]

withKid Jensen Alison Rice and Dr Alan Maryon-Davis

Today Alison and The Doc look at the subject of noise and hearing. Producer DAVE TATE

If you have any questions of a medical nature for Dr Maryon-Davis, please send your letters to: Evening Surgery, Stayin' Alive, BBC Radio 1, London WlA 4WW

HELP! page 16

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Genome: |[r1 Bd=19791112]

with Kid Jensen Alison Rice and Dr Alan Maryon-Davls

A refreshingly different chat show in-Today'sprogrammein-

Today's programme includes a look at pregnancy.

Dr Alan Maryon-Davis talks about the various stages of pregnancy; why it is important to attend ante-natal clinics regularly the benefits women are entitled to during pregnancy; ways of monitoring the foetus's development.

Producer DAVE TATE

If you have any questions of a medical nature for Dr Maryon-Davis, send your letters to: Evening Surgery, Stayin' Alive, BBC Radio 1, London [Postcode removed]

HELP1 page 25

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Unknown: Jensen Alison Rice

Unknown: Dr Alan Maryon-Davls

Talks: Dr Alan Maryon-Davis

Producer: Dave Tate

Genome: |[r1 Bd=19791119]

from Paris with Kid Jensen and guests from Paris, who include a doctor and a journalist

Genome: |[r1 Bd=19791119]

Unknown: Kid Jensen

Genome: |[r1 Bd=19791126]

with Kid Jensen Alison Rice and Dr Alan Maryon-Davts

Today's programme includes a layman's look at the law. What does the word affidavit mean? What does being subpoenaed mean? Alison Rice helps you thread your way through the often mystifying world of legal jargon.

Dr Maryon-Davis offers some timely advice in the season of coughs, colds, sore throats and flu. Producer DAVE TATE

If you have any problems of a medical nature for Dr Maruon-Davis, tend yourlettersto:

Evening Surgery,Stayln'

EceninoSurgery.Stayin' Alive, BBC Radio 1, London W1A 4WW

Genome: |[r1 Bd=19791126]

Unknown: Jensen Alison Rice

Unknown: Dr Alan Maryon-Davts

Unknown: Alison Rice

Producer: Dave Tate

Genome: |[r1 Bd=19791203]

with Kid Jensen Alison Rice and Dr Alan Maryon-Davis

What is the difference between a lipstick costing £3.00 and one costing 40 pence? Alison Rice looks at cosmetics and in particular make-up for Christmas.

What can you do about dry skin or oilv skin? Dr Maryon-Davis looks at pimples, warts, moles, blackheads, psoriasis, eczema and other common skin problems.; Producer DAVE TATE

If you have any medical queries for Dr Maryon-Davis, send your letters to: Evening Surgery, Stayin' Alive, BBC Kadio 1, London [Postcode removed]

Genome: |[r1 Bd=19791203]
Genome: |[r1 Bd=19791210]

with Kid Jensen and Dr Alan Maryon-Davis Producer DAVE TATE

If you have any medical queries for Dr Maryon-Davis, send your letters to: Evening Surgery, Stayin' Alive. BBC Radio 1, London WIA 4WIV

Genome: |[r1 Bd=19791210]

Unknown: Kid Jensen

Unknown: Dr Alan Maryon-Davis

Producer: Dave Tate

Genome: |[r1 Bd=19791217]

A refreshingly different sort of chat show with Kid Jensen , Alison Rice , Editor of Ms London , and Dr Alan Maryon-Davls of the Health Education Council.

Producer DAVE TATE

If you have any questions of a medical nature lor Dr Maryon-Davis, please send your letters to: Evening Surgery, Stayin' Alive, BBC Radio 1, London WIA 4WW

Genome: |[r1 Bd=19791217]

Unknown: Kid Jensen

Unknown: Alison Rice

Unknown: Ms London

Unknown: Dr Alan Maryon-Davls

Producer: Dave Tate

Genome: |[r1 Bd=19800107]

with Kid Jensen Alison Rice and Dr Alan Maryon-Davis

Staying healthy, coping with common ailments, avoiding illness, keeping your body in shape, surviving in today's stressful world - each week the Doc gives you useful facts and hints to help you get more life out of living.

Producer DAVE TATE

Send any medical questions you might have to: Evening Surgery, Stayin' Alive, BBC Radio 1, London W1A 4WW

Genome: |[r1 Bd=19800107]

Unknown: Jensen Alison Rice

Unknown: Dr Alan Maryon-Davis

Genome: |[r1 Bd=19800114]

with Kid Jensen Alison Rice and Dr Alan Maryon-Davis

Today Alison Rice looks at the ins and outs of package tours.

Dr Maryon-Davis talks about the problem of Infertility.

Producer DAVE TATE

If you have any problems of a medical nature for Dr Maryon-Davis, send your letters to:

Evening Surgery, Stayin' Alive. BBC Radio 1, London W1A 4WW

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with Kid Jensen Alison Rice and Dr Alan Maryon-Davls

What is the difference between a lipstick costing £3.00 and one costing 40 pence? Alison Rice looks it cosmetics and make-up. What can you do about dry skin or oily skin? Dr Maryon-Davis looks at pimples, warts, moles, blackheads, psoriasis, eczema and other common skin problems. Producer DAVE TATE

(Postoned from 3 Dec)

If you have any medical queries for Dr Maryon-Davis, send your letters to: Evening Surgery, Stayin' Alive, BBC Radio 1, London WIA 4WW

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with Kid Jensen and Dr Alan Maryon -Davis who will be talking about the pleasures and pitfalls of smoking. Are you a smoker? If so, what type of smoker and how did you develop the habit? How do the constituents of cigarettes affect your body? Plus some ways to help kick the habit.

Producer DAVE TATE

If you have any medical queries for Dr Maryon-Davis, send your letters to: Evening Surgery, Stayin' Alive, BBC Radio 1, London W1A 4WW

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Unknown: Kid Jensen

Unknown: Dr Alan Maryon

Producer: Dave Tate

Genome: |[r1 Bd=19800204]

with Kid Jensen Alison Rice and Dr Alan Maryon-Davis

Alison Rice will be talking about ESP (extra-sen sory perception), premonitions and all things connected. She will be giving some examples of actual cases and examining whether such things really can happen and, ifso,how.

Dr Alan Maryon-Davis will be telling what he knows about body rhythms - the Cireadian rhythm and lunar rhythms-which dictate how we feel and Control our moods... He'll also be asking whether it is possible to predict and.plan our days -by charting these movements. Producer bave TATE

If you have any medical queries for Dr Maryon-Davis, send your letters to: Evening Surgery, Stayin' Alive. BBC Radio 1, London W1A 4WW

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Unknown: Jensen Alison Rice

Unknown: Dr Alan Maryon-Davis

Unknown: Alison Rice

Genome: |[r1 Bd=19800211]

with Kid Jensen Alison Rice and Dr Alan Maryon-Davis Alison Rice will bp talking about telephones around the world. How do they actually work?

Are video telephones go

Ingtobecommonhousehold items? She 11 also be telling.some amusing stories about crossed lines and giving information on where to channel complaints. Dr Alan Maryon-Davis will also be looking at communication but of speech and gesture. He'll be talking about the meanings of signals and gestures around the world and looking at their derivations. Why. for instance, do eskimos rub noses as a greeting? Producer DAVE TATE

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Unknown: Jensen Alison Rice

Unknown: Dr Alan Maryon-Davis

Unknown: Alison Rice

Producer: Dave Tate

Genome: |[r1 Bd=19800218]

with Kid Jensen Alison Rice and Dr Alan Maryon-Davis

Alison Rice will be talking about how to present yourself for an interview. Having been on both sides of the table, she'll be giving advice on preparing and planning for your interview and how to make sure you appear at your best.

Staying healthy, coping with common ailments. avoiding illness, keeping your body in shape, surviving in today's stressful world - each week Dr Alan Maryon-Davis gives you useful facts and hints. This week he'll be talking about slimming. Producer DAVE TATE

If you have any problems of o medical nature for Dr Maryon-Davis, send your letters to:

Evening Surgery, Stayin' Alive, BBC Radio 1, London W1A 4WW

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with Kid Jensen Alison Rice and Dr Alan Maryon-Davis

Life on Man: Dr Alan Maryon-Davis talks about the parasites that inhabit the human body; such creatures as head lice, worms, fleas and crabs. They live either on the surface of the skin or In the gut. As well as being uncomfortable, they spread diseases, although there are types of bacteria in the gut which help with digestion. Producer DAVE TATE

If you have any problems of a. medical nature for Dr aryon '-Davis, tend your letters to:

Evening Surgery, Stayin'

Alive, BBC Radio 1

London W1A 4WW

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The guillotine. Select Committees, White Papers and Private Members' Bills. Do you really understand the workings of Parliament? Vote for Alison Rice - she can explain it all! Dr Alan Maryon-Davis discusses the development of 'personality and character in the first few years of a child's life. How does a baby develop his senses, and how does the relationship with his mother and other members of his family help to form his personality?

If you have any medical queries for Dr Maryon-Davis, send your letters to: Evening Surgery, Stayin' Alive, BBC Radio 1, London WIA 4WW Producer DAVE TATE

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In a year's time the space shuttle starts, and today Dr Alan Maryon-Davis talks about space medicine. Long periods of space flight expose astronauts to such phenomena as weightlessness, cosmic radiation, acceleration and deceleration. Alison Rice Investigates a more down-to-earth problem: how to make the most of your money. She tells you of different ways to make your hard-earned cash go further.

Producer DAVE TATE

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Unknown: Dr Alan Maryon Davis.

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Producer: Dave Tate

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Unknown: Jensen Alison Rice

Unknown: Dr Alan Maryon-Darls

Producer: Dave Tate

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Radiation - good or III? Mention the word radiation to most people these days and they think of the dangers of atomic explosions or accidents, the scare surrounding the Three Mile Island incident in the USA recently is one example of this. It can cause cancer, but it can also bring relief to cancer patients. and is used in the diagnosis and treatment of hormone troubles. Producer DAVE TATE

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Unknown: Dr Alan Marvon-Davis

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Dr Alan Maryón'Ðavls today, talks about. Jrerbal medecinehow medical substances of.value are extracted from plants and about homeopathy

Herbal medicines provide an alternative form of.treattnent which greater numbers of people are turning to. Some of the world's best-known drugs have their origins in plants and scientists are continually looking for more examples. Many antibiotics are derived from moulds, extract of foxglove helps relieve people of dropsy and aspirin is derived from oil of wintergreen which comes from the willow tree.

Of all the differences throughout the world, the only measurement which remains constant is that of time. Alison Rice takes a few minutes to talk about time. how our daily time division was decided upon and how the 0° line of longitude came to be at Greenwich.

Producer DAVE TATE

Dr Alan Maryón'À?avls today, talks about. Jrerbal medecinehow medical substances of.value are extracted from plants and about homeopathy

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Bank Holiday Special with Kid Jensen Producer DAVE TATE

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Dr Alan Maryon-Davis today talks about emotions and the effects they have on our metabolism and behaviour.

Are emotions stimulated by brain and body chemistry or is there some more mystical cause?

Where is the ' seat of our emotions? In ancient times it was thought the pit of the stomach was the seat of our self-conscience, the spleen was the seat of melancholy and ill humour and the liver was the seat of love and violent passion. Now it is the heart which is thought to be the seat of love and devotion, of courage, our innermost thoughts, secret feelings and emotions generally.

ALAN explains where our pleasure centres are and tells why we feel different at different times.

During 1978, 368.300 couples were married in England and Wales, while 143,300 divorces were decreed.absolute. Today Alison Rico talks about' marriage and divorce and weighsupthe:prosand cons of a do it youtself divorce.

Producer, DAVE TATE

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Unknown: Dr Alan Maryon-Davis

Talks: Alison Rico

Producer: Dave Tate

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with Kid Jensen

Of our six senses sight Is one of the most precious. Today Dr Alan Maryon -Davis throws a little light on eyes and talks about basic eye care, some simple eye defects and myths concerning eyes. Are blue eyes weaker than brown eyes? Why are some people colour blind? What brings tears to our eyes? ALAN also mentions contact lenses, modern eye surgery using lasers, and the effects of wearing eye make-up.

Fed up with Smith or Brown? Fancy Hitchcock or Morley? Alison Rice shows you the way to change your name by deed poll and discusses name changing by marriage.

Why is it that some people grow strong, long finger nails while other people's crack, break and split regularly? Is a daily dose of calcium, gelatine or Vitamin D the answer to these problems? ALISON points a finger at the causes and talks about the care of nails.

Producer MALCOLM BROWN

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Unknown: Dr Alan Maryon

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Producer: Malcolm Brown

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with Kid Jensen

Anaesthesia from inhaling ' laughing gas ' and ether became general practice by 1847. That same vear it was first applied ' i midwifery and chloroform was found to have anaesthetic properties. Other general anaesthetics are injected with a hypodermic needle, such as scopolamine and morphine, used to produce ' twilight sleep during childbirth, for example.

The earliest local anaesthetic was cold. Now drugs are most commonly used, particularly cocaine and its derivatives.

Dr Alan Maryon-Davls today talks of anaesthesia and the administration and effects of anaesthetics. Working for a' living can involve you in many com-Slex situations. Alison ice talk* aSbut-you and your rights as a worker, and gives adv4ce about such matters as-taking. time off, having a baby, being dismissed, redundancy, what to-do if your employer goes bust, and signing on. If you have problems you can always turn to your local employment or social security office or Citizens' Advice Bureau, whose advice is free.

Producer MALCOLM brown

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Unknown: Dr Alan Maryon-Davls

Producer: Malcolm Brown

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Bank Holiday Special with Kid Jensen. helped out by Susie Barnes and his DJ colleagues Peter Powell and Steve Wright offering a variety of topics for amusement, concern and information. Producer JOHN SPARROW

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Unknown: Kid Jensen.

Unknown: Susie Barnes

Unknown: Peter Powell

Unknown: Steve Wright

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with Kid Jensen

Dr Alan Maryon-Dayis talks about how muscles work. Me explains how energy, in the form of the food we eat, helps us move muscles, and tells you how to improve their strength and bulk.

And if you've got one eye on your budget, but fancy a change of image for the hotter days ahead. Alison Rice comes up with ideas for putting together a new summer look without breaking the bank.

Producer johk SPARROW

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Unknown: Kid Jensen

Talks: Dr Alan Maryon-Dayis

Unknown: Alison Rice

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Dr Alan Maryon-Davis examines the value of exercises and body building. He tells you the right and wrong things to do, and looks at some of the myths surrounding the amount and types of exercises body needs.

Alison Rice looks at the rich, luxurious world of health farms where you can pay a fortune to eat nothing and gives advice on how to pamper yourself, the heath farm way, at home

Producer MALCOLM BROWN

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Unknown: Kid Jensen

Unknown: Dr Alan Maryon-Davis

Producer: Malcolm Brown

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Bank Holiday Special

Kid Jensen hosts a special magazine show made (with a little help) by Radio 1's high, wide, handsome and thought-provoking audience. Kid put out a call for would-be reporters, critics and assorted zanies. How will they work out? Producer CHRIS RILEY

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Producer: Chris Riley

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with Andy Peebles

Dr Alan Maryon-Davis talks about exams. He explains how to revise efficiently, how to get enough sleep before the day and how to combat exam nerves. He also advises on what to do if you hit a blank spot in the middle of your exam, and gives useful hints on maximising your chances of success.

Alison Rice looks at the process of shopping by mail order. She tells you how the system works, what you can buy, and what protection you have as a consumer if the company goes bust. Alison wears an outfit she bought by mail order, and discusses whether or not it is value for money. Producer MALCOLM BROWN

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Unknown: Andy Peebles

Talks: Dr Alan Maryon-Davis

Unknown: Alison Rice

Producer: Malcolm Brown

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With violence and aggression making themselves felt all too often at demonstrations, football matches and coastal resorts over holiday weekends. Dr Alan Maryon -Davis looks at the problem, attempts to analyse the causes and speculates on possible remedies.

Alison Rice talks about theft, and how it feels to have a break-in at your home. In England and Wales during 1978 257,000 private dwellings were burgled. In the United Kingdom during the same year, £39 9m was paid out in Insurance claims resulting from burglaries. Alison assesses -the significance of these fgures, and gives advice on how to obtain adequate insurance, and what types of policies are available. Producer MALCOLM BROWN

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Unknown: Dr Alan Maryon

Talks: Alison Rice

Producer: Malcolm Brown

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This week Dr Alan Maryon-Davis talks about the health aspects of tanning, while Alison Rice investigates getting a good suntan the natural way. or with an ultraviolet lamp.

Producer MALCOLM BROWN

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Dr Alan Maryon-Davis and Alison Rice advise on health and general problems for holidaymakers. Producer MALCOLM BROWN

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Unknown: Dr Alan Maryon-Davis

Unknown: Alison Rice

Producer: Malcolm Brown

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Dr Alan Maryon-Davls talks about general foot care, and advises on how to prevent or cope- with common foot complaints, such as athlete's foot, corns, excessive sweatingandfallenarches.

AlisonBicelooksatshoes, with the focus on fashion and value for money. The majority of consumer. complaints in shops are about fashion' shoes, and with this in mind. Alison outlines your rights, Alison also talks about discrimination against people because of their height, and discusses points raised on the subjectinlisteners'letters. Producer MALCOLM BROWN

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Talks: Dr Alan Maryon-Davls

Producer: Malcolm Brown

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with Andy Peebles

Dr Alan Maryon-Davis talks about phobias.

The studio guest is Simon Keyes from The Queen's Silver Jubilee Trust. Andy talks to some of the people who have been awarded grants from the fund, as a result of Radio l's recent appeal to young people for original ideas to help others. Producers DAVE TATE and MALCOLM BROWN

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Unknown: Andy Peebles

Talks: Dr Alan Maryon-Davis

Unknown: Simon Keyes

Producers: Dave Tate

Producers: Malcolm Brown

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with Andy Peebles

Dr Alan Maryon-Davis talks about problems with hair, such as dandruff and lice, while Alison Rice gives beauty tips on hair care.

Producer MALCOLM BROWN

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Dr Alan Maryon-Davls and Alison Rice give advice on matters that affect your everyday life. Producer MALCOLM BROWN

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Unknown: Andy Peebles

Unknown: Dr Alan Maryon-Davls

Unknown: Alison Rice

Producer: Malcolm Brown

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Dr Alan Maryon-Davis talks about the nutritional value of processed and fast foods, and Alison Rice tells you where you can eat ' Posh Nosh' on the cheap.

Producer MALCOLM BROWN

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Unknown: Andy Peebles

Talks: Dr Alan Maryon-Davis

Talks: Alison Rice

Producer: Malcolm Brown

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with Andy Peebles

This week Dr Alan Maryon -Davis looks at ' Bionic ' surgery, while Alison Rice investigates the ' Big Brother ' syndrome of keeping files on people. She also tells you all about the procedure to follow if you wish to make a formal complaint to an authority.

Producer MALCOLM BROWN

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Unknown: Andy Peebles

Unknown: Dr Alan Maryon

Unknown: Alison Rice

Producer: Malcolm Brown

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with Andy Peebles

Why are people's eyes different colours? How do eyes ' see ', and what can go wrong with them? Dr Alan Maryon-Davis supplies the answers when he talks about sight. Meanwhile, Alison Rice advises on how and where to get an eye test, and 'takes a good look' at buying specs and contact lenses.

Producer MALCOLM BROWN

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John Peel hosts this Bank Holiday special programme with a group of young people who are acting as presenters, interviewers and reporters.

You are likely to hear street interviews with young people throughout

Britain,studiointerviews with a well-known or even notorious person, the odd joke, the odd embarrassing silence, a film preview or review, the occasional mistake, John Peel getting irate. It could be an interesting hour, on what could be a rainy Bank Holiday - there again it might be sunny. Producer JUDE HOWELLS

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Unknown: John Peel

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Dr Alan Maryon-Davls invites you to lend an ear on the subject of hearing, while Alison Rice discusses the question of leaving home.

Producer MALCOLM BROWN

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Having just returned from Hong Kong and China, Alison Rice this week talks about the Chinese way of life, while Dr Alan Maryon-Davis compares Chinese medicine with that of the Western world. Alison says: ' Try to imagine a city that hasn t seen a Westerner for years and is very unsophisticated -and that's Peking. All the people ride around on bikes and they eat fresh, hardly-cooked food, which is delicious - not a bit like your local take-away! Typical Chinese stores are large buildings with no frills, and the choice of goods is very limited. The Great Wall of China is breathtaking - a long white line set in green hills. It's so huge that you can actually climb up it and stand on the top. If you've seen that. then you've seen everything.' Producer MALCOLM BROWN.

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Unknown: Andy Peebles

Unknown: Alison Rice

Unknown: Dr Alan Maryon-Davis

Producer: Malcolm Brown.

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with Andy Peebles

Is your life just one big headache? If so, Dr Alan Maryon-Davis sheds some light on this most painful of subjects. -He may not provide you with a miracle' cure, but he will talk about what you can do to prevent, headaches, explain why some people suffer badly while others do not and help. you to make the distinction between tension headaches and other kinds. He also discusses the 'theory that headaches, particularly migraine, are linked to certain kinds of food such as chocolate and cheese, and explains the importance of such things as avoiding eye strain and- correcting bad posture.

Alison Mce takes a look at single-room living. She tells you how to make the best -of your single room. whether on a tight budget, or not, with Ideas for furrrifure, design and storage and ways o/making the room look both larger and neater.

Producer MALCOLM BROWN

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Unknown: Andy Peebles

Unknown: Dr Alan Maryon-Davis

Unknown: Alison McE

Producer: Malcolm Brown

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with Andy Peebles

Dr Alan Maryon-Davis puts his back into the problem of slipped discs, sciatica and lumbago! He tells you how to avoid back pain, and how to make life easier if you suffer from it, through exercises, relaxation and massage.

After her item on leaving home in an earlier programme,AlisonRice talks about the many letters she has received from listeners recounting their own experiences. She also takes a light-hearted look at some recently published books.

Producer MALCOLM BROWN

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Unknown: Andy Peebles

Unknown: Dr Alan Maryon-Davis

Producer: Malcolm Brown

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with Andy Peebles

This week's programme sets your taste buds tingling and puts your nose en the alert, when Dr Alan Maryon Davis talks about Taste and Smell, and Alison Rice is hot on the trail of Scents and Fragrances.

Producer MALCOLM BROWN

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Unknown: Andy Peebles

Talks: Dr Alan Maryon Davis

Talks: Alison Rice

Producer: Malcolm Brown

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with Andy Peebles

This week Alison Rice talks about fashion from two different angles. She looks at ways in which dedicated followers of fashion can cash in on the current crisis in the clothing industry. Then she gives you some guidelines on putting together a reasonably-priced winter wardrobe with news of the exciting new clothes in the shops. Dr Alan Maryon-Davis is also on hand to help you deal with skin blemishes and unsightly moles.

Producer MALCOLM BROWN

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Unknown: Andy Peebles

Talks: Alison Rice

Unknown: Dr Alan Maryon-Davis

Producer: Malcolm Brown

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This week, Dr Alan Mary on-Davis talks about the safety aspects of driving from a medical point of view. He discusses the problems of driver stress and fatigue, and explains why alcohol and some medicines affect driver ability. Aggression behind the wheel can often cause accidents, as can poor eyesight, and the Doctor advises on ways of making sure you are as safe as possible on the roads. He alsu mentions the reaction time needed to cope with emergencies, and on a lighter note, looks at the best way to sit comfortably in your car.

Noel tells you about this year's new cars, and finds out how many cars are currently on the road.

Andy chairs the programme, and puts the questions you might like to ask about driving to Noel and an invited expert in the studio.

Producer MALCOLM BROWN

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Unknown: Andy Peebles

Unknown: Noel Edmonds

Unknown: Dr Alan Mary

Producer: Malcolm Brown

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with Andy Peebles

Autumn may be the season of mists and mellow fruitfulness. but for many people it also marks the beginning of those coughs and sneezes and winter diseases. Dr Alan Maryon -Davis offers a remedy or two that might help to ease the aches and pains of colds, influenza, sinusitis and bronchitis. Should you feed a cold and starve a fever? Do large doses of vitamin c help? Are antibiotics really necessary? He also talks about the dangers to health of extremely cold weather, which can result, for example, In hypothermia, as well as casting a critical eye on the traditional cold remedies such as the ' hot toddy

Alison Rice announces the winners of her competition to find the best definition of ' style ', and with the approach of Hallowe'en, takes a look at the history, superstitions and customs of this special night in the witch's calendar.

Producer MALCOLM BROWN

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With Bonfire Night almost here, Dr Alan Maryon -Davis and Alison Rice discuss fireworks and the prevention of accidents. Producer MALCOLM BROWN

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with Andy Peebles

This weeks programme is all about obsessions and compulsions. '

From 'the medical point of view Dr A)an Ma'ryon-Davis looks at compulsive tics, obsessive washing of the hands, kleptonrania, drink'tng and gambling. He tells you why and how people develop obsessive neuroses and, talks about some of the treatments that can beijj.

Alison, nice finds" out about the * professional prise-winners ', people who enter competitions for a living She looks at the flaws governing competitforis and' lotteries, and- considers whether outsiders have a chance of winning in the face of so much expertise. Alison also- gives details of Stayin' Alive's very own competition with a star mystery prize.

Producer MALCOLM BROWN

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Unknown: Andy Peebles

Producer: Malcolm Brown

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With the help of its two regular contributors, Dr Alan Maryon-Davfs and Alison Rice. Stayin' Alive takes a look at some aspects of everyday life. This week's topic is motorbikes, the biggest cause of death amongst young men today. The doctor tells you what is being done to make motorbikes safer, and what you can do to improve their safety, if you happen to own one. Alison looks into the facts and figures surrounding motorbikes, and advises you on what to look for when buying a bike, and how to maintain it...

Producer MALCOLM BROWN

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Unknown: Andy Peebles

Unknown: Dr Alan Maryon-Davfs

Unknown: Alison Rice.

Producer: Malcolm Brown

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with Andy Peebles

If you've ever wondered why at times you feel on top of the world. and at others you can't work up enough enthusiasm to boil an egg, then Dr Alan Marydn-Davis might be able - to provide the answer. It could be all down to your 'biorhythms', those peaks and troughs in your personal bodily cycle. So the Doctor explains what causes those particular highs and lows, and tells you bow you could adapt your life-style to fit in with them.

Stayin' Alive moves from the physical to the celestial when Alison Rice crosses a few palms with silver and delves into the mysteries of fortune-telling. She visits some crystal-ball gazers, card readers, and palmists to unravel her future in the stars, and discusses the predictions as they unfolded on her journey into the unknown.

Producer MALCOLM BROWN

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Unknown: Andy Peebles

Unknown: Dr Alan Marydn-Davis

Unknown: Alison Rice

Producer: Malcolm Brown

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with Andy Peebles

Once again, Radio 1's resident expert on health, Dr Alan Maryon-Davis, helps you to understand the sometimes confusing aspects of medicine and medical matters. But the programme is not all serious stuff, for as well as telling you something you might not know, it also helps you to get the best out of your favourite things in life.

Producer MALCOLM BROWN

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Unknown: Dr Alan Maryon-Davis

Producer: Malcolm Brown

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with Andy Peebles

Did you know that, according to the experts. the average foot gives off one small wine glass of perspiration per day, both summer and winter? If you'd suspected as much because your dog refuses to carry your slippers, or friends run away when you take off your shoes, then don't despair! Dr Alan Maryon -Davis gives all the common foot complaints a good airing. He advises you on corns, bunions and fallen arches, and points out the importance of wearing sensible footwear.

Alison Rice also makes a bold effort 'to save your; poor feet, by helping' out with the Christmas Shopping. She concentrates on offbeat gift ideas that won't break" the bank. And just for tun Alison tries to find the most expensive gift, the cheapest and the most outrageous. Producer MALCOLM BROWN

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Unknown: Andy Peebles

Unknown: Dr Alan Maryon

Unknown: Alison Rice

Unknown: Tun Alison

Producer: Malcolm Brown

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with Andy Peebles

In the studio this week, Alison Rice and an expert on dental health reveal the startling facts about those, sparkling pearly gates that can make or break your career as a model or spoil that gourmet dinner. Under discussion are the horrific figures showing how many people do not own a toothbrush. or for that matter, their own teeth! And well-researched evidence is produced to show that by following a few basic rules in teeth care. you might never need to have another filling. Alison also lecalls the origins of dentistry, the days when having a tooth extracted meant pieces of string tied to door handles!

Producer MALCOLM BROWN

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Unknown: Andy Peebles

Unknown: Alison Rice

Producer: Malcolm Brown

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with Andy Peebles

Alison Rice and Dr Alan Maryon-Davis suggest ways of surviving the festive season - how to keep the spirits high and the blood pressure low. Alison on throwing a successful party without creating havoc or enemies; the Doctor with hints on coping with that ' morning after ' feeling. Producer MALCOLM BROWN

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Unknown: Andy Peebles

Unknown: Alison Rice

Unknown: Dr Alan Maryon-Davis

Producer: Malcolm Brown

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with Andy Peebles

Alison Rice looks at customs and traditions associated with New Year and Twelfth Night which marks the end of the festivities.

Dr Alan Maryon-Davis reviews the notable advances made in medicine during 1980: in heart transplants, the battle against cancer and the treatment of diabetes. And he considers how things will develop by the year 2000.

Producer MALCOLM BROWN

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with Andy Peebles

If the Christmas indulgence is still lying heavy on your stomach, now's the time to rid yourself of those excess pounds and make sure they don't come creeping back.

Dr Alan Maryon-Davis gives you the bare facts on slimming, with exercise advice; the fact and myths surrounding cellulite, slimming pills and aids: and weighs up the pros and cons of a healthy balanced diet and manufactured slimming products.

Alison Rice takes the wraps off different package holidays to suit your pocket, and takes a closer look at the small print in those glossy sun and sand brochures.

Producer MALCOLM BROWN

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with Andy Peebles

This week,

Dr Alan Maryon Davis keeps his h«ad above the car fumes and talks about surviving the stress, strain and health hazards-of living in the city, and how to keep 'ahead of the rat race.

De you buy a weekly or monthly magazine?

Atison Rfee has been reading Between.the lines of- women's magazines and asks jf editors have the right attitude towards their readers. Do women and young girls deserve the magazines they get? Do they give value for money, and why isn't there an equivalent 'glossy ' for men?

Producer MALCOLM BROWN

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Unknown: Andy Peebles

Unknown: Dr Alan Maryon Davis

Unknown: Atison Rfee

Producer: Malcolm Brown

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with Andy Peebles

The old saying is beauty is only skin deep but many women today find they are delving deeper into their pockets to keep up with the latest products and new colours. Alison Rice opens up the pores of the beauty business and asks whether consumers are paying more for the packaging than contents, and is there a difference between the ingredients of ' new formula products and the good old cold creams?

If you are seriously worried about features which make-up can't disguise, Dr Alan Maryon -Davis gives advice on plastic surgery.

Producer malcolm brown

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Unknown: Andy Peebles

Unknown: Alison Rice

Unknown: Dr Alan Maryon

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with Andy Peebles

For those of you who think that thermal underwear is only for fuddy-duddies, Dr Alan Maryon-Davis gives the chilling run-down from chilblains to frostbite. And at the other end of the scale, how heat affects us. The Chinese New Year begins this week and Alison Rice has been studying how

Chinese horoscopes work and what the year of the Rooster holds in store.

Producer MALCOLM BROWN

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Unknown: Andy Peebles

Unknown: St Valentine

Unknown: Alison Rice

Unknown: Dr Alan Maryon

Producer: Malcolm Brown

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with Andy Peebles

What sort of pet would you like to own? Alison Rice looks at the wide range of pets from boa constrictors to goldfish. And if you think that living in a flat or a bedsit confines your choice of pet, Alison has some advice. She also looks at the importance of proper training. A guest vet is in the studio to answer your pet medical queries.

Producer MALCOLNEM BROWN

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Unknown: Andy Peebles

Unknown: Alison Rice

Producer: Malcolnem Brown

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with Andy Peebles

Holidays - for many a time to rush to the hot spots and laze on the beach, but what about going on holiday to work? If you are interested in working-holidays now is the time to apply, and Alison Rice has been poring over ' brochures on being a cowperson in Australia, community work in Korea, excavating in Milton Keynes as well as the more popular grape-picking and working on kibbutzim.

Dr Alan Maryon-Davfs jogs in to the studio this week to make a lighthearted report on the state of health in the USA. Are the Americans pill-popping hypochondriacs? Do they really all see ' shrinks And why is such a health-fanatical nation bursting at the seams with fast-foods and obesity?

Producer MALCOLM BROWN

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Unknown: Andy Peebles

Unknown: Alison Rice

Unknown: Milton Keynes

Unknown: Dr Alan Maryon-Davfs

Producer: Malcolm Brown

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with Andy Peebles

For those who feel they are more blessed with ,pink fingers than green,

Alison Rice assures you that it's not too late for a blooming summer with herbasic tips for gardening.

If you don't have a , garden there are endless possibilities of what you can cultivate in window-

Boxes, from prize geraniumstolettucesand herbs. Alison also tells you how to get the pip and produce plants from numerous fruits.

And in keeping with the healthy vein,

Dr Alan Maryon-Davis talks about the numerous methods of giving up smoking.

Producer MALCOLM BROWN

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Unknown: Andy Peebles

Unknown: Alison Rice

Talks: Dr Alan Maryon-Davis

Producer: Malcolm Brown

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with Andy Peebles

Gone are the days when women slavishly followed fashion - now almost anything goes.

Alison Rice reflects on the trend towards suiting yourself. Skirts lengths may decrease but our age certainly doesn't Dr Alan Maryon-Davis examines the ageing process and some of the problems faced by elderly people.

Producer MALCOLM BROWN

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with Andy Peebles

This year has already seen two Friday the 13ths and there is one more to come in November. Did you survive the ' hazards '? Bob Renphrey , a bus conductor from

Peterborough didn't take any chances and was reported to have stayed in bed all day. Alison Rice delves into the world of superstition and finds out why we cross our fingers and throw salt over our shoulders.

Science, however, has the power to see through it all, and this week Dr Alan Maryon-Davis homes in on the x-rayi Most of us have to have one at some time, so how do they work and what effect do they have? The doctor also talks about, body scanners and other new developments. Producer MALCOLM BROWN

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Unknown: Andy Peebles

Unknown: Bob Renphrey

Unknown: Alison Rice

Unknown: Dr Alan Maryon-Davis

Producer: Malcolm Brown

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with Andy Peebles

Alison Rice talks about tartan and announces the winning entries in the magazine competition,

â– ' Stnd Dr Alan Maryon-

Dajvis gives a small dose of the history of Scottish medicine.

Producer MALCOLM brown

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Unknown: Andy Peebles

Talks: Alison Rice

Producer: Malcolm Brown

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with Andy Peebles

' A pinch and a punch for the first of the month...' Usually quite harmless for 11 months of the year, but 1 April holds so much more - Keeping her head down on this particular errand, Alison Rice delves into the origins of All Fools' Day.

Dr Alan Maryon-Davis delves into the recesses of his mind and talks about memory. Some people have

' photographic ' powers, others find it difficult to remember numbers or names. Is it possible to train our powers of retention?

Producer MALCOLM BROWN

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with Andy Peebles who is joined by Alison Rice and Dr Alan Maryon Davis to complete. Radio 1's Monday-night-trio of wit and wisdom, with facts. hints and opinion on how to stay alive.

Regular features include. Alison's Moneysaver how to cut your costs, from making yogurt; without a machine to economising on make up. The Doctor opens his

Evening Surgery for your medical complaints and questions. and he also dispels some common Medical Myths.

Write to Evening Surgery at Stayin Alive, BBC, Radio 1 London W1A 4WW. producer MALCOLM BROWN

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Unknown: Andy Peebles

Unknown: Alison Rice

Unknown: Dr Alan Maryon Davis

Producer: Malcolm Brown

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with Andy Peebles

Alison Rice hatches a premature Easter egg-extravaganza -from cooking and eating to the extraordinary.

Dr Alan Maryon-Davis takes a scientific look at. the Turin Shroud, arid gives a reminder about getting your ' jabs ' if you're going abroad on holiday.

Producer MALCOLM BROWN

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with Andy Peebles who is joined by Alison Rice and Dr Alan Maryon-Davls to complete Radio l's

Monday-night trio of wit and wisdom, with facts, hints and opinion on how to stay alive.

Producer MALCOLM BROWN

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Unknown: Andy Peebles

Unknown: Alison Rice

Unknown: Dr Alan Maryon-Davls

Producer: Malcolm Brown

Genome: |[r1 Bd=19810427]

with Andy Peebles who is joined by Alison Rice and Dr Alan Maryon-Davli to complete Radio l's

Monday-night trio of wit and wisdom.

Alison talks about the history of underwear and the undies we are wearing today, from expensive silklingerietocheaper chain-store buys. How much have standard sizes Changed in relation to , fashionable' body shapes?

The Doctor swells his chest to talk about the body's bellows - the lungs, how they work and the diseases affecting them from asthma to pneumonia.

Producermalcolmbrown

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Unknown: Andy Peebles

Unknown: Alison Rice

Unknown: Dr Alan Maryon-Davli

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with Andy Peebles

Shrill, soft, rasping or sexy - what makes a voice? Why do boys' voices break? How do artificial voices work?

In his dulcet tones, Dr Alan Maryon-Davis explains the machinery of our vocal chords. Regional, false and natural - Alison Rice explores the world of accents. How do they evolve and how important are they?

Producer MALCOLM BROWN

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with Andy Peebles who is joined by Dr Alan Maryon-Davis and Vidal Sassoon to complete Radio l's

Monday-night trio of wit and wisdom, with facts. hints and opinion on how to stay alive.

Producer MALCOLM BROWN

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Unknown: Andy Peebles

Unknown: Dr Alan Maryon-Davis

Unknown: Vidal Sassoon

Producer: Malcolm Brown

Genome: |[r1 Bd=19810525]

with Andy Peebles joined by Alison Rice and Dr Alan Maryon -Davis, the veteran swotter, who dampens the holiday mood with some hard facts on revising for those looming exams, and some practical advice on how to keep calm on the day. Alison presents a pot-pourri of topics with a special look at coffee, its history and how to buy and brew it.

Producer MALCOLM brown

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Unknown: Andy Peebles

Unknown: Alison Rice

Unknown: Dr Alan Maryon

Producer: Malcolm Brown

Genome: |[r1 Bd=19810601]

with Andy Peebles joined by Alison Rice and Dr Alan Maryon-Davis to complete Radio 1's y

Monday-night trio of wit and wisdom.

If you're looking for your first job and lucky enough to get an interview, you certainly won't want to blow it. As the editor of a magazine, and on her way up - ALISON draws on her experience of interviewer and interviewee and gives some practical advice on those little points that could be vital.

It is only recently that anorexia has been widely publicised - what is it? How serious are the effects? The Doctor tells the story of this

' slimming disease '.

Producer MALCOLM BROWN

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with Andy Peebles joined by Alison Rice and Dr Alan Maryon-Davis to complete Radio 1's

Monday-night trio of wit and wisdom.

Producer MALCOLM BROWN

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with Andy Peebles

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Unknown: Andy Peebles

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with Andy Peebles joined by'Alison Rice and Dr Alan Maryon-Davls

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Unknown: Andy Peebles

Unknown: Alison Rice

Unknown: Dr Alan Maryon-Davls

Genome: |[r1 Bd=19810706]

with Andy Peebles Joined by Dr Alan Maryon Davis who answers your medical complaints in his Evening Surgery and looks at what's new in medicine. The doctor will also examine the causes and effects of food poisoning.

Producer MALCOLM BROWN

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Unknown: Andy Peebles

Unknown: Dr Alan Maryon Davis

Producer: Malcolm Brown

Genome: |[r1 Bd=19810713]

with Andy Peebles joined by Dr Alan Maryon-Davis who answers your medical queries in his Evening Surgery and looks at what's new in medicine. Producer MALCOLM BROWN

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Genome: |[r1 Bd=19810720]

with Andy Peebles who is joined by Alison Rice and Dr Alan Maryon-Davis

Radio l's Monday-night trio of wit, wisdom and hints on how to stay alive. The Doctor answers your medical queries in his Evening Surgery and takes a rook at what's new in medicine.

Producer MALCOLM BROWN

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with Andy Peebles who la joined by AlisonRiceand

Dr Alan Maryon-Darls, who answers your medical queries in his Evening Surgery.

Producer MALCOLM BROWN

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with Andy Peebles joined by Alison Rice and Dr Alan Maryon-Davis

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Unknown: Andy Peebles

Unknown: Alison Rice

Unknown: Dr Alan Maryon-Davis

Genome: |[r1 Bd=19810817]

with Simon Bates who is joined by Alison Rice

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Unknown: Simon Bates

Unknown: Alison Rice

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with Simon Bates joined by Alison Rice who answers your queries and complaints in her Consumers Corner. Send your letters to: Stayin' Alive, BBC

Radio 1, London W1A 4WW Producer MALCOLM BROWN

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Unknown: Simon Bates

Unknown: Alison Rice

Producer: Malcolm Brown

Genome: |[r1 Bd=19810907]

with Andy Peebles who is joined by Alison Rice and Dr Alan Maryon-Davls

This week the team gets to grips with your crowning glory and tries to untangle some of those hairy problems.

There's straight advice for unmanageable manes and new waves for listless locks So whether you want more hair, less hair. a toupee, or a new style, the experts help out

Producer MALCOLM BROWN

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with Andy Peebles who is joined by Alison Rice and Dr Alan Maryon-Davis including

Consumer CorneT

Having paid 115 deposit for a pair of pink suede shorts, my bank manager dissuaded me from the idea. But will the shop return my deposit? 'We waited an hour before a luke-warm, burnt, biscuit-like pizza arrived. I'd ordered onion soup and a side salad. Could I have refused to pay the service charge? ' Alison answers the sort of problems all consumers face and discovers the Law isn't always on your side.

Producer MALCOLM BROWN

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with Andy Peebles who is joined by Alison Rice and Dr Alan Maryon-Davis

Alison opens the doors to your autumn wardrobe with guidelines on what to wear and how to convert what you've already got. It's time to wrap up in tartans, petticoats and men's suits brightened up with lace and pearls. Plus how to make a ' Big Sweep ' with that old car rug. For the man who has just lost his favourite suit to a fashion conscious girlfriend there's news of the clean-cut American preppy look.

Meanwhile if you're in the dark about the medical service and your GP seems to be talking in Latin, the Doctor advises on how to find, choose and communicate with a doctor.

Producer MALCOLM BROWN

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with Andy Peebles who is joined by Alison Rice and Dr Alan Maryon-Davis In addition to the topic of the day there are three regular features: Evening Surgery

The Doctor deals with everyday afflictions from bunyans to bronchitis. Consumer Corner Alison probes the mysteries of consumer rights.

Medical Breakthrough

The latest advances in the fight against disease as the frontiers of science are slowly pushed back. Producer MALCOLM BROWN

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with Andy Peebles

Alison Rice looks at the idea that you are what you wear.

Dr Alan Maryon-Davis investigates the facts and fallacies of acupuncture. Steve Wright reviews a film of his choice.

Producer JOHN SPARROW

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Unknown: Andy Peebles

Unknown: Alison Rice

Unknown: Dr Alan Maryon-Davis

Unknown: Steve Wright

Genome: |[r1 Bd=19811012]

with Andy Peebles

Dr Alan Maryon-Davls goes jogging and Richard Skinner checks out his road craft.

Producer JOHN SPARROW

Genome: |[r1 Bd=19811012]

Unknown: Andy Peebles

Unknown: Dr Alan Maryon-Davls

Unknown: Richard Skinner

Genome: |[r1 Bd=19811019]

with Andy Peebles

Dr Alan Mar ) on Davis plays a symphony of the body. Alison Rice checks out slimming treatments. Steve Wright reviews a film of his choice and Andy talks to Joe

Partridge about better photography.

Producer john sparrow

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Unknown: Andy Peebles

Unknown: Dr Alan Mar

Unknown: Alison Rice

Unknown: Steve Wright

Producer: John Sparrow

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with Andy Peebles This week

Dr Alan Maryon-Davis checks out his diet and opens his evening surgery.

Katie Griffiths finds out how to keep up with Greenwich time.

Andy uses his camera for the first time with the help of Joe Partridge Janet Trewin meets a furniture maker.

Producer JOHN SPARROW

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Unknown: Andy Peebles

Unknown: Dr Alan Maryon-Davis

Unknown: Katie Griffiths

Unknown: Joe Partridge

Unknown: Janet Trewin

Genome: |[r1 Bd=19811102]

with Andy Peebles

Alison Rice attends a fashion show to look into the world of modelling. Dr Alan Maryon-Davis talks to Katie Griffiths about her pregnancy.

Steve Wright reviews a new film of his choice and Andv has his first photographs analysed by Joe Partridge.

Producer JOHN SPARROW

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Unknown: Andy Peebles

Unknown: Alison Rice

Talks: Dr Alan Maryon-Davis

Unknown: Katie Griffiths

Unknown: Steve Wright

Unknown: Joe Partridge.

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with Andy Peebles who, in his quest for better photographs, finds out how to take a flash picture with Joe Partridge. Newsbeat's Janet Trewin tells the tale of an airline hostess. Dr Alan Maryon-Davis pops out from behind his woolly scarf to discuss winter ailments and Richard Skinner takes the credit for a look at credit cards.

Producer JOHN SPARROW

Genome: |[r1 Bd=19811109]

Unknown: Andy Peebles

Unknown: Joe Partridge.

Unknown: Janet Trewin

Unknown: Dr Alan Maryon-Davis

Unknown: Richard Skinner

Genome: |[r1 Bd=19811116]

with Andy Peebles from the International Ski Show. Earls Court. Andy Peebles is joined by Richard Skinner , Dr Alan Maryon-Davis and Alison Rice for a beginner's look at ski-ing from ski slope training to the delights of the apres-ski.

Producer JOHN SPARROW

Genome: |[r1 Bd=19811116]

Unknown: Andy Peebles

Unknown: Richard Skinner

Unknown: Dr Alan Maryon-Davis

Unknown: Alison Rice

Genome: |[r1 Bd=19811123]

with Andy Peebles

In which Dr Alan Maryon -Davis and Andy go swimming for health.

Joe Partridge gives more hints in his series on better photography.

Steve Wright reviews the film of his choice and the delights of home video are scanned.

Producer JOHN SPARROW

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Unknown: Andy Peebles

Unknown: Dr Alan Maryon

Unknown: Joe Partridge

Unknown: Steve Wright

Genome: |[r1 Bd=19811130]

with Andy Peebles

Janet Trewin risks the hazards of a day with a traffic warden. Andy meets Brian Bennett of The Shadows to improve his drumming technique. Dr Alan Maryon-Davis talks to Katie Griffiths about her pregnancy and opens his evening surgery. Producer JOHN SPARROW

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Unknown: Andy Peebles

Unknown: Janet Trewin

Unknown: Brian Bennett

Talks: Dr Alan Maryon-Davis

Unknown: Katie Griffiths

Genome: |[r1 Bd=19811214]

with Andy Peebles Photographer Joe Partridge gives tips on Christmas photography and suggests Christmas gifts for photographers. Alison Rice looks forward to this year's Christmas parties and Dr Alan Maryon-Davis and Andy visit Stoke Mandeville to find out how Jimmy Savile 's appeal helps the patients at this famous hospital.

Producer JOHN SPARROW

Genome: |[r1 Bd=19811214]

Unknown: Andy Peebles

Unknown: Photographer Joe Partridge

Unknown: Alison Rice

Unknown: Dr Alan Maryon-Davis

Unknown: Jimmy Savile

Genome: |[r1 Bd=19811221]

with Andy Peebles This week

Dr Alan Maryon-Davis discusses the delights and dangers of those Christmas drinks. Steve Wright reviews a film of his choice and offers seasonal gift suggestions for film-goers. Katie Griffiths talks to the doc about her pregnancy. Producer joun SPARROW

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Unknown: Andy Peebles

Unknown: Dr Alan Maryon-Davis

Unknown: Steve Wright

Talks: Katie Griffiths

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with Andv Peebles in which br

Alan Maryon-Davis recovers from seasonal excesses and Alison Rice hunts for a bargain in the January sales.

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Unknown: Andv Peebles

Unknown: Alan Maryon-Davis

Unknown: Alison Rice

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with Andy Peebles

Steve Wright reviews a film of his choice.

Dr Alan Maryon-Davis looks at recent advances in medicine and keeps Jack Frost at bay.

Andy helps you manage your money.

Producer JOHN SPARROW

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Unknown: Andy Peebles

Unknown: Steve Wright

Unknown: Dr Alan Maryon-Davis

Unknown: Jack Frost

Genome: |[r1 Bd=19820111]

with Andy Peebles

Alison Rice sets a trend by taking tea with Spandau Ballet and charts a course through the maze of package holidays.

Andy goes back to basics in helping you manage your money, and is joined by Dr Alan Maryon-Davls at the plastic surgery unit of Stoke Mandeville Hospital. Producer joiin SPARROW

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with Andy Peebtes

Steve Wright reviews a film of his choice.

Richard Skinner joins the crew of a rescue helicopter at the Royal Naval Air Station,

Culdrose, Cornwall and Dr Alan Maryon-Davis visits a hospital casualty department Andy, in conversation with David Webb of the National Westminster Bank, helps you save your money.

Producer JOHN SPARROW

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Unknown: Andy Peebtes

Unknown: Steve Wright

Unknown: Richard Skinner

Unknown: Dr Alan Maryon-Davis

Unknown: David Webb

Producer: John Sparrow

Genome: |[r1 Bd=19820125]

th Andy Peebles

Alison Klce looks forward to the Chinese New Year and investigates activity holidays.

Dr Alan Maryon-Davls reveals new medical technology and talks to Kalle Griffiths abuut her pregnancy. Andy helps. vou to manage your money with David Webb of the National

Westminster Bank.

Producer JOHN SPARROW

Genome: |[r1 Bd=19820125]

Unknown: Andy Peebles

Unknown: Alison Klce

Unknown: Dr Alan Maryon-Davls

Unknown: Kalle Griffiths

Unknown: David Webb

Genome: |[r1 Bd=19820201]

with Andy Peebles in which Andv joins Dr Alan Maryon-Davis and Alison Rice for a winter fitness work-out.

Susie Barnes cooks up the story of the sausage.

Steve Wright reviews a film of his choice and Richard Skinner meets the crew of a Newhaven lifeboat on a training mission.

Producer JOHN SPARROW

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Unknown: Andy Peebles

Unknown: Dr Alan Maryon-Davis

Unknown: Alison Rice

Unknown: Susie Barnes

Unknown: Steve Wright

Unknown: Richard Skinner

Genome: |[r1 Bd=19820208]

with Andy Peebles

Alison Rice takes the wraps off the spring fashions, and suggests an inexpensive way to tour Britain with the Youth Hostels Association.

Dr Alan Maryon-Davis applies his pink stethoscope to alternative medicine and finds it isn't all faith and herbs.

Producer JOHN SPARROW

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Unknown: Andy Peebles

Unknown: Alison Rice

Unknown: Dr Alan Maryon-Davis

Producer: John Sparrow

Genome: |[r1 Bd=19820215]

with Andy Peebles

Andy and David Jensen take a byte at computer technology. Steve Wright reviews the film Body Heat. Dr Alan Maryon -

Davis reveals the ' upper in the cuppa ' - our everyday drug and considers face values: the myths and medical aspects of skin care.

With can-opener at the ready, Susie Barnes peers through the ketchup at the humble baked bean. Producer JOHN SPARROW

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Unknown: Andy Peebles

Unknown: David Jensen

Unknown: Steve Wright

Unknown: Dr Alan Maryon

Unknown: Susie Barnes

Producer: John Sparrow

Genome: |[r1 Bd=19820222]

with Andy Peebles

Alison Rice is still on the holiday trail, and finds out how to make a good impression.

Dr Alan Maryon-Davis asks ' are vitamins vital? ' and talks to Katie Griffiths about the progress of her pregnancy.

Producer JOHN SPARROW

Genome: |[r1 Bd=19820222]

Unknown: Andy Peebles

Unknown: Alison Rice

Unknown: Dr Alan Maryon-Davis

Unknown: Katie Griffiths

Genome: |[r1 Bd=19820301]

withAndyPeebles

Andy finds out how to buy secondhand with RichardBall,authorof Buying Secondhand.

Susie Barnes dissolves a few grains of sugar.

Steve Wright reviews Neil Simon 's latest film It

Hurts Only When I Laugh and Dr Alan Maryon -Davis gets to the roots ofaphrodisiacsandtakes the headache out of migraine.

Producer JOHN SPARROW

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Unknown: Susie Barnes

Unknown: Steve Wright

Unknown: Neil Simon

Unknown: Dr Alan Maryon

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with Andy Peebles

Alison Rice and Andy sample the delights of traditional English food in company with Hazel O'Connor.

Dr Alan Maryon-Davis considers the merits of bread and the problems of anorexia nervosa.

Richard Skinner makes his first visit to an oil production platform.

Producer JOHN sparrow

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Unknown: Andy Peebles

Unknown: Alison Rice

Unknown: Hazel O'Connor.

Unknown: Dr Alan Maryon-Davis

Unknown: Richard Skinner

Genome: |[r1 Bd=19820315]

with Andy Peebles direct from the Dally Mall Ideal Home Exhibition, Earls Court

Andy and the rest of the Stayin' Alive ream look around the exhibition with you in mind.

Producer JOHN SPARROW

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with Andy Peebles

Alison Rice cycles along the peaceful roads of East Anglia.

Dr Alan Maryon-Davls attacks the problems of asthma and talks to Katie Griffiths about the progress of her pregnancy.

Richard Skinner continues his tour of the Piper

Oil Production Platform. Producer JOHN SPARROW

Genome: |[r1 Bd=19820322]

Unknown: Andy Peebles

Unknown: Alison Rice

Unknown: Dr Alan Maryon-Davls

Unknown: Katie Griffiths

Unknown: Richard Skinner

Genome: |[r1 Bd=19820329]

with Andy Peebles

Steve Wright reviews On Golden Pond.

Dr Alan Maryon-Davls considers what happens when spring is in the air and the effect that music in your car has on your hearing.

And Roger Uttley , ex-Captain of England's Rugby Union team. joins the Stayin' Alive team to talk about sports injuries. Producer JOHN SPARROW

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Unknown: Andy Peebles

Unknown: Steve Wright

Unknown: Dr Alan Maryon-Davls

Unknown: Roger Uttley

Genome: |[r1 Bd=19820405]

with Andy Peebles

Dr Alan Maryon-Davis talks in body language and discovers that your nose knows. Alison Rice travels through Egypt and gloats over that seasonal favourite sweet, the Easter egg.

Producer JOHN SPARROW

Genome: |[r1 Bd=19820405]

Unknown: Andy Peebles

Talks: Dr Alan Maryon-Davis

Unknown: Alison Rice

Producer: John Sparrow

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April in Paris

Enjoy Paris on a budget with Andy Peebles , Alison Rice and Dr Alan Maryon -Davis. Join them in the Metro, up the Eiffel

Tower, at the Pompidou

Centre, trying a typically French meal and sampling a jazz club.

Producer JOHN SPARROW

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with Andy Peebles

Dr Alan Maryon-Davls tries to convert Andy Into a city cyclist and declares that the clips have it. Susie Barnes crunches her way through all kinds of breakfasts. Sieve Wright reviews the film

Stoarky's Machine.

Producer ious SPARROW

Genome: |[r1 Bd=19820419]

Unknown: Andy Peebles

Unknown: Dr Alan Maryon-Davls

Unknown: Susie Barnes

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Alison Rice meets the fashion designers. Dr Alan Maryon-Davls reviews the new film

Whose Life is it Anywayt and talks to Katie Griffiths about the progress of her pregnancy.

Paul Burnett tests an electric car.

Producer JOHN SPARROW

Genome: |[r1 Bd=19820426]

Unknown: Alison Rice

Designers: Dr Alan Maryon-Davls

Unknown: Katie Griffiths

Unknown: Paul Burnett

Genome: |[r1 Bd=19820503]

with Andy Peebles

Alison Rice ,

Dr Alan Maryon-Davls and Andy take part in some traditional May Day festivities.

Producer JOHN SPARROW

Genome: |[r1 Bd=19820503]

Unknown: Andy Peebles

Unknown: Alison Rice

Unknown: Dr Alan Maryon-Davls

Producer: John Sparrow

Genome: |[r1 Bd=19820510]

with Andy Peebles

DLT visits the Undercover Shop to find out what's new for the average Secret Agent.

Steve Wright reviews the latest Jack Nicholson film. The Border.

Dr Alan Maryon-Davis says which is the superior sex and considers our sense of taste. He and Andv also meet three participants in the London Marathon and Annie Nightingale joins the team to trv out the latest developments in health and leisure. Producer John SPARROW

Genome: |[r1 Bd=19820510]

Unknown: Andy Peebles

Unknown: Steve Wright

Unknown: Jack Nicholson

Unknown: Dr Alan Maryon-Davis

Genome: |[r1 Bd=19820517]

with Andy Peebles

Richard Skinner takes a trial flying lesson,

Alison Rice gets in the mood for background music, and Dr Alan Maryon-Davis checks the tempo of your biorhythms and considers the sense of touch.

Producer John SPARROW

Genome: |[r1 Bd=19820517]

Producer: John Sparrow

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with Andy Peebles

Andy meets some future tennis stars:

Dr Alan Maryon-Davis assembles some spare part people and discusses vegetarianism with John Peel. Annie Nightingale tries out a new kind of convenience and Steve Wright reviews a film of his choice.

Producer john SPARROW

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Unknown: Andy Peebles

Unknown: Dr Alan Maryon-Davis

Unknown: John Peel.

Unknown: Annie Nightingale

Unknown: Steve Wright

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Andy Peebles and the team try out a few holiday places and pursuits.

Producer JOHN SPARROW

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with Andy Peebles

Susie Barnes talks about her recent holiday in Florida,

Dr Alan Maryon-Davis helps you over the horrors of hay fever and lets you get your head together for exams. Andy takes a trip to Clapham

Junction, the world's busiest railway station. and talks to Beger Cook of Checkpoint about his experiences in pursuit of consumer rights.

Producer KEVIN HOWLETT

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Unknown: Andy Peebles

Talks: Susie Barnes

Unknown: Dr Alan Maryon-Davis

Unknown: Beger Cook

Producer: Kevin Howlett

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with Andy Peebles

Andy meets Jeff Wayne who's trying to make It easier to talk to answering machines.

Dr Alan Maryon-Davls enjoys a pot of yoghurt and measures your brain power. Susie Barnes joins a road patrol man at work.

Producer JOHN SPARROW

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Unknown: Andy Peebles

Unknown: Jeff Wayne

Unknown: Dr Alan Maryon-Davls

Unknown: Susie Barnes

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with Andy Peebles

Dr Alan Maryon-Davls reviews the recent Mind,

Body and Spirit Festival. Alison Rice creates a minimal wardrobe for your summer holiday, and takes a trip to New Orleans. Andy tries his hand at ' 02 ', the game set to succeed the cube, and talks to footballer Clive Allen about the pros and cons of cycling. Producer JOHN SPARROW

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Unknown: Andy Peebles

Unknown: Dr Alan Maryon-Davls

Unknown: Alison Rice

Unknown: Clive Allen

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with Andy Peebles

Mostly in a holiday mood this week. Susie Barnes looks into the range of holiday jobs available, photographer

Joe Partridge helps you get your best holiday pictures. Dr Alan Maryon Davis gives advice on holiday jabs and getting a suntan. Steve Wright reviews the current film Making Love

Producer JOHN SPARROW

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Unknown: Andy Peebles

Unknown: Susie Barnes

Unknown: Joe Partridge

Unknown: Dr Alan Maryon

Unknown: Steve Wright

Producer: John Sparrow

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with Andy Peebles

"Someday my prints will come!": Andy visits a photo processing lab to see what happens to your precious films. Georgina Ferry of New Scientist magazine keeps you up to date with what's new in science.Timmy Mallet takes a whacky look at the Royal Show, Stoneleigh, and, still in holiday mood. Dr Alan Maryon Davis gives advice on keeping cool and how to avoid bites and stings.

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Producer: John Sparrow

Presenter: Andy Peebles

Reporter: Georgina Ferry

Reporter: Timmy Mallett

Speaker: Dr Alan Maryon Davis

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with Andy Peebles

David Jensen gives an impression of his week in Northern Ireland on the Radio 1 Roadshow.

Steve Wright reviews a film of his choice.

Alison Rice pulls the cork on the mysteries of wine. Dr Alan Maryon Davles discusses travel sickness and food-poisoning.

Producer JOHN SPARROW

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Unknown: Andy Peebles

Unknown: David Jensen

Unknown: Steve Wright

Unknown: Alison Rice

Unknown: Dr Alan Maryon Davles

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with Andy Peebles Andy meets Philip Norman , author of Shout! - a biography of The Beatles. Alison Rice tries out a narrowboat holiday.

Dr Alan Maryon-Davls considers left-handedness and the facts or fiction of extra-sensory perception.

Producer JOHN SPARROW

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Unknown: Andy Peebles

Unknown: Philip Norman

Unknown: Alison Rice

Unknown: Dr Alan Maryon-Davls

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with Andy Peebles

Steve Wright reviews a new film of his choice.

Timmy Mallett tries out a super-kart at Silverstone. James Tye of the British Safety Council gives advice on how to complain.

In the second half of the programme the Stayin' Alive team spends a day at the Races.

Producer JOHN SPARROW

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Unknown: Andy Peebles

Unknown: Steve Wright

Unknown: Timmy Mallett

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at Sea

Andy Peebles joins the Ocean Youth Club Ketch Sir Thomas Sopwith for an insight into how skipper Paul Stainsby trains his young crew for the Tall Ships Race.

Andy finds himself taking an active part in proceedings, in harbour and at sea.

Producer JOHN SPARROW

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Unknown: Sir Thomas Sopwith

Unknown: Paul Stainsby

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with Dave Lee Travis

Steve Wright reviews a new film of his choice-

Alison Rice looks through her summer postcards and talks about those Friday the 13th superstitions.

Dr Alan Maryon-Davls enjoys some fast food and stays awake to talk about sleep.

Gcorglna Ferry from

New Scientist keeps us up-to-date with developments In science and technology.

Producer JOHN SPARROW

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Unknown: Dave Lee Travis

Unknown: Steve Wright

Unknown: Alison Rice

Unknown: Dr Alan Maryon-Davls

Unknown: Gcorglna Ferry

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with Dave Lee Travis

Timmy Mallet meets the Young Driver of the Year, Susie Barnes helps with the harvest. And Dr Alan Maryon-Davis asks 'What is an itch?' as well as considering aspects of aggression.

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Presenter: Dave Lee Travis

Reporter: Timmy Mallet

Reporter: Susie Barnes

Speaker: Dr Alan Maryon-Davis

Producer: John Sparrow

Genome: |[r1 Bd=19820830]

with Andy Peebles

Looking at some activities you may have seen during the summer, Andy visits London Zoo, Alison Rice dresses up for a medieval picnic, Dr Alan Maryon-Davis satisfies his craving to try out windsurfing,

Andrew Turner meets aerobatics expert Brian Lecomber and David Rider joins a steam-hauled excursion train.

Producer JOHN SPARROW

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Unknown: Andy Peebles

Unknown: Alison Rice

Unknown: Dr Alan Maryon-Davis

Unknown: Andrew Turner

Unknown: Brian Lecomber

Unknown: David Rider

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with Andy Peebles

Dr Alan Maryon-Davls deals with hiccups and sneezes and analyses psychoanalysis.

Steve Wright reviews a film of his choice.

Producer JOHN SPARROW

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Unknown: Andy Peebles

Unknown: Dr Alan Maryon-Davls

Unknown: Steve Wright

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with Andy Peebles

Andy meets skipper Paul Stalnsby and second mate Vicki Gibbs from the Ocean Youth Club ketch Sir Thomas Sopwith. Dr Alan Maryon-Davls keeps dandruff in check and advises on pain and pain killers.

Georgina Ferry of New

Scientist says what's new in science and technology. Producer JOHN SPARROW

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Unknown: Andy Peebles

Unknown: Paul Stalnsby

Unknown: Vicki Gibbs

Unknown: Sir Thomas Sopwith.

Unknown: Dr Alan Maryon-Davls

Genome: |[r1 Bd=19820927]

with Andy Peebles

Steve Wright reviews the film of his choice. Andv meets

Mike Harding , who's advocating armchair anarchy to keep the peace.

Stage director Euan Smith and Gerrard

MacArthur, a second year student at RADA, compare their work with the achievements of the characters in Fame. Dr Alan Maryon-Davis makes a tour of the waterworks and inspects his finger and toe nails. Producer JOHN SPARROW

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Unknown: Andy Peebles

Unknown: Steve Wright

Unknown: Mike Harding

Director: Euan Smith

Unknown: Dr Alan Maryon-Davis

Genome: |[r1 Bd=19821004]

with Andy Peebles

Alison Rice finds out what life is like for

Aborigines and reviews current women's autumn fashions.

Dr Alan Maryon-Davls looks closely at his knees and into the future at space medicine.

Paul Burnett meets the finalists of the BP

Buildacar competition. Producer JOHN SPARROW

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Unknown: Andy Peebles

Unknown: Alison Rice

Unknown: Dr Alan Maryon-Davls

Unknown: Paul Burnett

Genome: |[r1 Bd=19821011]

with Andy Peebles

Andrew Turner enjoys a trip on the Orient Express without ever leaving home shores.

Andy gets advice from Donald Aldous of Hi-fi

News about buying home stereo and learns what's new In science technology from Georgina Ferry of New Scientist.

Graham Polnton of the BBC's Pronunciation Unit talks about English on the air. and cartoonist Ralph Steadman characterises a few scenes with his pencil.

Producer JOHN SPARROW

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Unknown: Andy Peebles

Unknown: Andrew Turner

Unknown: Donald Aldous

Unknown: Graham Polnton

Unknown: Ralph Steadman

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with Andy Peebles

Hazel O'Connor samples what's new in paperbacks Adrian Juste visits a ' tower of power '- BBC transmitter

Steve Wright reviews

Woody Allen 's new film A Midsummer Night's Sex Comedy.

Simons Bates joins Alison Rice to enjoy a Cox's orange pippin. and Alison is overwhelmed by the number of magazines available.

Producer JOHN SPARROW

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Unknown: Andy Peebles

Unknown: Hazel O'Connor

Unknown: Adrian Juste

Unknown: Steve Wright

Unknown: Woody Allen

Unknown: Simons Bates

Unknown: Alison Rice

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at the Motor Show

Andy Peebles and Susie Barnes have a good look round this year's show at the National

Exhibition Centre in Birmingham with road tests by Mike Smith

Producer JOHN SPARROW

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Unknown: Andy Peebles

Unknown: Susie Barnes

Unknown: Mike Smith

Producer: John Sparrow

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with Andy Peebles Alison Rice reviews

Hallowe'en festivities and analyses the statistics of ' Mr Average '

Andrew Turner mounts a trusty steed to find out about jousting.

Steve Wright reviews the current film Plague Dogs and Andy and Colin Hall-Dexter , Director of the Oral Hygiene Service, discuss new developments in the care ofteeth.

Producer JOHN SPARROW

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Unknown: Andy Peebles

Unknown: Alison Rice

Unknown: Andrew Turner

Unknown: Steve Wright

Unknown: Colin Hall-Dexter

Genome: |[r1 Bd=19821108]

with Andy Peebles

Andy talks to Lorle Miles about the trials and tribulations of buying a house.

Susie Barnes takes a simulated car driving test.

Producer JOHN SPARROW

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Unknown: Andy Peebles

Unknown: Lorle Miles

Unknown: Susie Barnes

Producer: John Sparrow

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with Andy Peebles

Dr Alan Maryon-Davjs returns from his holiday to enjoy a plate of porridge, and to sort out the keep fit fads.

Andy asks Colin Tudge from New Scientist what new in science and technology, Alison Rice listens in to other people's conversations and visits the most famous grocery store in the world.

Producer JOHN SPARROW

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Unknown: Andy Peebles

Unknown: Dr Alan Maryon-Davjs

Unknown: Colin Tudge

Unknown: Alison Rice

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with Andy Peebles

Scarlet Party join Andy at the EMi record factory to see how a recordismadeandsold. Hazel O'Connor reviews her pick of current paperbacks.

Producer JOHN SPARROW

Genome: |[r1 Bd=19821122]

Unknown: Andy Peebles

Unknown: Hazel O'Connor

Genome: |[r1 Bd=19821129]

with Andy Peebles

Sir Gordon Borrie from the Office of Fair Trading gives a fair deal on shoppers' rights.

Dr Alan Maryon Davis has tears in his eyes, as he tries to cure the common cold.

Lori Miles of Woman magazine tries out a few silly gadgets and gives a cosy fireside chat on the pleasures of staying at home.

Producer JOHN SPARROW

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Unknown: Andy Peebles

Unknown: Sir Gordon Borrie

Unknown: Dr Alan Maryon Davis

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with Andy Peebles

Including more words of wisdom from Dr Alan Maryon Davies.

Alison Rice finds fun and history between the covers where we spend a third of our lives.

Steve Wright reviews Steven Spielberg 's blockbuster movie ET. Producer JOHN SPARROW

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Unknown: Andy Peebles

Unknown: Dr Alan Maryon Davies.

Unknown: Alison Rice

Unknown: Steve Wright

Unknown: Steven Spielberg

Genome: |[r1 Bd=19821213]

with Andy Peebles

Dr Alan Maryon Davies copes with a yuletide hangover and with a steady hand talks about the use of lasers in medicine.

Georgina Ferry of New

Scientist finds out what's new in science and technology.

Lori Miles finds out why perfume is such a popular Christmas gift Producer JOHN SPARROW

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Unknown: Andy Peebles

Unknown: Dr Alan Maryon Davies

Unknown: Lori Miles

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with Andy Peebles

The Stayin' Alive team explore how to celebrate Christmas this year - and survive!

Producer JOHN srABRow

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