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Prof. Bullseye thinks you will have little difficulty recognising the couple in the picture on the right.

For they are Dr. Who and his companion Sarah Jane, portrayed by Tom Baker and Elizabeth Sladen, who were watched by 12 million viewers a week in the most recent "Dr. Who" television series.

Now Dr. Who and Sarah Jane can be heard on record in Dr. Who and the Pescatons, an adventure especially written for the album by Victor Pemberton, writer of the Dr. Who BBC TV scripts.

The story is presented by Tom Baker and other artistes against a background of electronic music and sound effects.

Prof. Bullseye says he would - would be interested to know what your favourite television programmes are.

For example, many of you will probably vote Dr. Who as top of your TV pops. Others may prefer programmes like "Crossroads", or TV Westerns.

Here in the Bullseye office we would all be very interested to know your favourites. So do drop us a line.

Pictured above are Tom Baker and Elizabeth Sladen, who play Dr. Who and Sarah Jane in the very popular "Dr. Who" television series

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