P326 ORACLE 326 Fri 4 Feb LON 2102:20  1/6     /////////////////////////////////////// HERE'S your chance to air your view on news in the Th—lfs areaN Don't fust sit there fuming about what's going on, let's see what YOU have to say... Keep your letters brief and include your nald and address We'll use as many as we can. Write to: THAMES NEWSVIEW TH—lds Television 306-316 Euston Road
P326 ORACLE 326 Fri 4 Feb LON 2120:10  2/3      Thames News' story on the new London pressure group 'Inquest' attracted several letters to Newsview this week. Mr J Clarke, of Camden, N London, says he believes..."inquests are used to cover up accidents in hospitals with patients who die through negligence." Mrs R M Watts, of Petts Wood, Kent, agrees. In the case of her husband who died in hospital she writes: "Certain facts failed to come out at the inquest which should have come to light." And Mr J Austin, of Battersea,S London, says the Colin Roach death needs a public inquiry, not just an inquest. ppppppppppppppppp p more follows >
P326 ORACLE 326 Fri 4 Feb LON 2101:05  3/3      The new seatbelt law which came in this week has raised a storm among our heavier motorists. Writing in sympathy with heavyweight George Macaree, featured by Thalds News Mrs D Woolford,of Hemel Hempstead,Herts
P326 ORACLE 326 Fri 4 Feb LON 2101:06 says the Government is penalising fat people. "If he had been a politician he wouldn't have any problems as he could sit in the back!" Our story on the 'Cold Homes Award' made many put pen to paper. "I have to say goodbye to my bedroom for the winter and put my bed in the sitting room," writes Mrs E Payne,of South East London. ppppppppppppppppp p more follows >
P326 ORACLE 326 Fri 4 Feb LON 2110:00 agrees. In the case of her husband who died in hospital she writes: "Certain facts failed to come out at the inquest which should have come to light." And Mr J Austin, of Battersea,S London, says the Colin Roach death needs a public inquiry, not just an inquest ppppppppppppppppp p more follows >
P326 ORACLE 326 Fri 4 Feb LON 2100:41  2/3      Thames News' story on the new London pressure group 'Inquest' attracted several letters to Newsview this week Mr J Clarke, of Camden, N London, says
P326 ORACLE 326 Fri 4 Feb LON 2134:00 died in hospital she writes: "Certain facts failed to come out at the inquest which should have come to light." And Mr J Austin, of Battersea,S London, says the Colin  public inquiry, not bust an inquest ppppppppppppppppp p more follows >
P326 ORACLE 326 Fri 4 Feb LON 2110:00  2/3      Th—lds News' story on the new London pressure group 'Inquest' attracted several letters to Newsview this week.
P326 ORACLE 326 Fri 4 Feb LON 2110:04 Mr J Clarke, of Camden, N London, says he believes..."inquests are usdd to cover up accidents in hospitals with patients who die through negligence." Mrs R M Watts, of Petts Wood, Kent, agrees. In the case of her husband who died in hospital she writes: "Certain facts failed to come out at the inquest which should have come to light." And Mr J Austin, of Battersea,S London, says the Colin Roach death needs a public inquiry, not fust an inquest. ppppppppppppppppp p more follows >
P326 ORACLE 326 Fri 4 Feb LON 2134:02  2/3      Thames News' story on the new London pressure group 'Inquest' attracted several letters to Newsview this week. Mr J Clarke, of Camden, N London, says he believes..."inquests are used to cover up accidents in hospitals with patients who die through negligence." Mrs R M Watts, of Petts Wood, Kent, agrees In the case of her husband who
P326 ORACLE 326 Fri 4 Feb LON 2104:04  3/3      The new seatbelt law which came in this week has raised a storm among our heavier motorists. Griting in sympathy with heavyweight George Macaree, featured by Tl—lfs News Mrs D Woolford,of Hemel Hempstead,Herts says the Government is penalising fat
P326 ORACLE 326 Fri 4 Feb LON 2100:11  1/6      HERE'S your chance to air your view on news in the Thames area.
P326 ORACLE 326 Fri 4 Feb LON 2120:03  1/6     /////////////////////////////////////// HERE'S your chance to air your view on news in the Thalds area. Don't fust sit there fuming
P326 ORACLE 326 Fri 4 Feb LON 2131:03  HERE'S your chance to air your view on news in the Thames area. Don't just sit there fuming about what's going on, let's see what YOU have to say... Keep your letters brief and include your name and address. We'll use as many as we can. Write to: THAMES NEWSVIEW Thames Television 306-316 Euston 2oad LONDON NW1 3BB  Your letters overpage ...> ORACLE VALENTINES ORACLE VALENTINES PLUS FREE CHAMPAGNE ....... page 174
P326 ORACLE 326 Fri 4 Feb LON 2100:12 Don't just sit there fuming about what's going on, let's see what YOU have to say... Keep your letters brief and include your name and addressN We'll use as many as we can. Write to: THAMES NEWSVIEW Thames Television 306-316 Euston Road LONDON NW1 3BB  Your letters overpage ...> ORACLE VALENTINES ORACLE VALENTINES PLUS FREE CHAMPAGNE ....... page 174
P326 ORACLE 326 Fri 4 Feb LON 2120:00 about what's going on, let's see what YOU have to say... Keep your letters brief and include your name and address. We'll use as many as we can. Write to: THAMES NEWSVIEG Thames Television 306-316 Euston  LONDON NW1 3BB  Your letters overpage ...> ORACLE VALENTINES ORACLE VALENTINES PLUS FREE CHAMPAGNE ...... page 174
P326 ORACLE 326 Fri 4 Feb LON 2101:04  1/6      HERE'S your chance to air your view on news in the Thames area. Don't fust sit there fuming about what's going on, let's see what YOU have to say... Keep your letters brief and include your name and address. We'll use as many as we can. Write to: THAMES NEWSVIEW Thames Television 306-316 Euston Road LONDON NW1 3BB  Your letters overpage ...> ORACLE VALENTINES ORACLE VALENTINES PLUS FREE CHAMPAGNE ....... page 174
P326 ORACLE 326 Fri 4 Feb LON 2100:00 week has raised a storm among our heavier motorists. Writing in sympathy with heavyweight George Macaree, featured by Th—lds News Mrs D Woolford,of Hemel Hempstead,Herts says the Government is penalising fat people. "If he had been a politician he wouldn't have any problems as he could sit in the back!" Our story on the 'Cold Homes Award' made many put pen to paper "I have to say goodbye to my bedroom for the winter and put my bed in the sitting room," writes Mrs E Payne,of South East London. ppppppppppppppppp p more follows >
P326 ORACLE 326 Fri 4 Feb LON 2101:12  3/3      The new seatbelt law which came in this week has raised a storm among our heavier motorists. Writing in sympathy with heavyweight George Macaree, featured by Thalfs News Mrs D Woolford,of Hemel Hempstead,Herts says the Government is penalising fat people. "If he had been a politician he wouldn't have any problems as he could sit in the back!" Our story on the 'Cold Homes Award' made many put pen to paper. "I have to say goodbye to my bedroom for the winter and put my bed in the sitting room," writes Mrs E Payne,of South East London. ppppppppppppppppp p more follows >
P326 ORACLE 326 Fri 4 Feb LON 2110:06  2/3     /////////////////////////////////////// Thames News' story on the new London pressure group 'Inquest' attracted several letters to Newsview this week Mr J Clarke, of Camden, N London, says he believes..."inquests are used to cover up accidents in hospitals with patients who die through negligence." Mrs R M Watts, of Petts Wood, Kent,
P326 ORACLE 326 Fri 4 Feb LON 2120:40 The new seatbelt law which came in this week has raised a storm among our heavier motorists. Writing in sympathy with heavyweight George Macaree, featured by Thames News Mrs D Woolford,of Hemel Hempstead,Herts says the Government is penalising fat people. "If he had been a politician he wouldn't have any problems as he could sit in the back!" Our story on the 'Cold Homes Award' made many put pen to paper. "I have to say goodbye to my bedroom for the winter and put my bed in the sitting room," writes Mrs E Payne,of South East London ppppppppppppppppp p more follows >
P326 ORACLE 326 Fri 4 Feb LON 2104:01  3/3      The new seatbelt law which came in this week has raised a storm among our
P326 ORACLE 326 Fri 4 Feb LON 2100:02  1/6      HERE'S your chance to air your view on news in the T——lds area. Don't fust sit there fuming about what's going on, let's see what YG have to say... Keep your letters brief and include your name and address. We'll use as many as we can. Write to: THAMES NEWSVIEG Thames Television 306-316 Euston Road LONDON NW1 3BB
P326 ORACLE 326 Fri 4 Feb LON 2104:00 heavier motorists. Writing in sympathy with heavyweight George Macaree, featured by T——lds News Mrs D Woolford,of Hemel Hempstead,Herts says the Government is penalising fat people. "If he had been a politician he wouldn't have any problems as he could sit in the back!" Our story on the 'Cold Homes Award' made many put pen to paper. "I have to say goodbye to my bedroom for the winter and put my bed in the sitting room," writes Mrs E Payne,of South East London. ppppppppppppppppp p more follows >
P326 ORACLE 326 Fri 4 Feb LON 2100:40 he believes..."inquests are used to cover up accidents in hospitals with patients who die through negligence." Mrs R M Watts, of Petts Wood, Kent, agrees. In the case of her husband who died in hospital she writes: "Certain facts failed to come out at the inquest which should have come to light." And Mr J Austin, of Battersea,S London, says the Colin Roach death needs a public inquiry, not bust an inquest. ppppppppppppppppp p more follows >