Take Your Pick[26/07/68] (1968)

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Synopsis

The final programme. Michael Miles introduces the final programme from the Tyne Tees studios in Newcastle-upon-Tyne. Bob Danvers Walker announces the prizes; an electric organ (demonstrated by Harold Smart), a rechargable shaver with pre-shave and after shave, a salon type hairdryer, a home tool chest, electric cooker and a treasure chest of £50. Booby prizes of a spoonful of sugar, a pot of grease and a sack. The star prize is any two items from a twin track tape, transistor radio, record player, portable television and stereophonic radiogram. The show starts with the yes/no interlude followed by Take Your Pick. The first contestant, Dennis Dawes answers three questions correctly and selects key number 5. Refusing the money the box is opened and he wins a booby prize, the sack. Irene Goodall answers three questions correctly and selects key number 9. Refusing the money she opens the box and wins the electric organ. End of part One. Part Two. Mrs Pat Thompson answers three questions correctly and selects key number 3. Refusing the money she opens the box and wins the home tool chest. The next contestant, Stan, answers three questions correctly and selects key number 6. Refusing the money they open the box and wins an electric cooker. The next contestant is Ethel who answers three questions correctly and selects key number 7. Refusing the money they open the box and she has won the star prize. She selects the radiogramme and the portable television. The final contestant, John, answers three questions correctly and picks key number 10. Refusing the money they open the box and he has won the rechargeable shaver. At the end of the programme Michael Miles thanks the contestants who have taken part over the past 13 years and the members of the Take Your Pick team. Then says 'Goodnight'.

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