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      City feature. I sincerely trust that you found it as interesting to read as I did        
      to compile. In conclusion, I should like to express my warmest appreciation to all 
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                             WHERE ARE THEY NOW?         Compiled by John A. Steven                          
              Brian Vaughn   Ex-Caroline South           Polydor Records, Australia

              Tim Yail       Ex-Caroline South/
                             Scotland                    Plugger for Robbins Music

              Stephen West   Ex-Radio 390                Script writer for Anglia TV

              Dave Cash      Ex-Radio London             Working on Pop show for HTV

              Duncan John-
                     son     Ex-Radio London/RNI         Label Manager for both Rak
                                                         and Sovereign Records at EMI

              Paul Kay       Ex-Radio London             Yorkshire Television

              Dave Dennis    Ex-Radio London             Programme Organiser for United
                                                         Biscuit Network

              Chris Denning  Ex-Radio London             Head of Promotion, Bell Records

              Stephen Ladd   Ex-RNI                      Interviewer, BBC Radio London

              Dave MacKay    Ex-City/355                 Working with The New Seekers,
                                                         on the Cliff Richard show BBC TV

              Adrian Love    Ex-City                     DJ on UBN 6.00 am - 1.00 am show.

              Alex Dee       Ex-Radio City/270           Sales assistant in ironmongery store.
                                                         Plays guitar to wife, twin girls
                                                         and young son.

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