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Thanks to the reader who sent us Nortel Network's Come Together TV ad schedule, and no thanks to the reader who asks if 30,000ft sex shame Mandy who got Randy on Brandy has lost her visiting rights to Nortel's Maidenhead office. No sniggering at the back! Especially: Thursday 7th October (Carlton) 20.00 - During We can work it out Sunday 17th October (LWT) 20.27 - During You've Been Framed Thursday 21st October (Carlton) 00.00 - During Pulling Power -----Original Message----- From: Lejeune, Chantelle [MOP:6900:EXCH] Sent: 06 October 1999 11:53 To: All Maidenhead, Harlow, New Southgate, London employees Subject: "Come Together" TV advertisement Audience: All Maidenhead, Harlow, New Southgate, London employees (bulletin to 4798 recipients) Nortel Networks' "Come Together" TV advertisement will be running again in Europe in the U.K. on ITV Carlton (London region) station and LWT. The ad will appear at the following times (all spots are subject to movement and pre-emption.): Thursday 7th October (Carlton) 20.00 - During We can work it out 00.27 - During Videotech Saturday 9th October (LWT) 18.44 - During Rugby World Cup Monday 11th October (Carlton) 22.40 - During Real Life Tuesday 12th October (Carlton) 18.45 - During ITV Evening News 00.27 - During Carlton Sport Thursday 14th October (Carlton) 13.45 - During Rugby World Cup 20.20 - During The Bill Sunday 17th October (LWT) 20.27 - During You've Been Framed/Heartbeat Tuesday 19th October (Carlton) 23.00 - During The Big Match Wednesday 20th October (Carlton) 00.27 - During Rugby World Cup Highlights Thursday 21st October (Carlton) 21.20 - During Taggart 00.00 - During Pulling Power Saturday 23rd October (LWT) 15.45 - During Rugby World Cup Tuesday 26th October (Carlton) 19.59 - During National TV Awards Wednesday 27th October (Carlton) 22.40 - Tonight Trevor MacDonald 23.50 - The Big Match Sunday 31st October (LWT) 20.50 - Heartbeart

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