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3 minutes ago, canalboat said:

Nick Wolfe was also involved with Aldgate.

Yes, we met him somewhere in Cropredy at the time- in fact it may have been him who tipped us off about the filming.

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3 hours ago, Tumshie said:

Who are those people?

 

Mark Williams on the left and Mike Lucas on the right. The girls aren't Kate Duchene and Sarah Parks (1983) and I'm pretty sure they aren't Jane Griffith and Louise Waddington (1985) either. I don't think I ever saw the 1984 crew, so I'm guessing they are Sue Dyde and Caron Pascoe from the 1984 crew.

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1 minute ago, Ray T said:

Mark Williams also featured in the Industrial Revelations series steering several ex working boats.

Mark Williams.JPG

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That was the series I referred to earlier. He looked very relaxed steering...and there were some interesting “outtakes” on the end titles .

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For Mikron trivia fans, Mike Lucas appeared in an early episode of The Liver Birds - I'm afraid I can't find it quickly on YouTube now, it may well have been taken down, of course.

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2 hours ago, Richard Carter said:

For Mikron trivia fans, Mike Lucas appeared in an early episode of The Liver Birds - I'm afraid I can't find it quickly on YouTube now, it may well have been taken down, of course.

He was always rather pleased with his one scene with Barbara Windsor in Carry On Camping.

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1 minute ago, David Mack said:

He was always rather pleased with his one scene with Barbara Windsor in Carry On Camping.

 

10 minutes ago, Tim Lewis said:

Such a promising start, makes you wonder why he felt the need to move on!

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