TV Showtime, 12 January, page unknown, Poster of Diana Rigg, no author, USA.
TV Weekly, 15 January, page 1, no title, New Zealand. (Apparently just the cover)
Variety, 17 January, page unknown, no title, author unknown, USA. Review of Mission: Highly Improbable.
TV Times 6 February, page 31, Personality Of The Sign: Patrick Macnee, Patrick Macnee's Astrological reading for that week, Maurice Woodruff, England.
TV Times 13 February, page 33, Personality Of The Sign: Patrick Macnee, Patrick Macnee's Astrological reading for that week, Maurice Woodruff, England
TV Guide 2 March, pages 12,13,14,15, Can She Make Them Forget Mrs. Peel?, Robert Musel, USA.
Tele Radio, 18 March, pages 1, 26 to 30, Adios A Emma Peel, Ahora Tara King, author unknown, Spain.
TV Tornado, 30 March, page 1, 17, Cover Man, England. This comic featured Steed on the cover (see left), but the information inside was limited to a single sentence: JOHN STEED (played by Patrick Macnee) is now filming a new series of The Avengers.
PTA Magazine, March, The Avengers,
page unknown, author unknown, USA.
Bravo, April, article title unknown, Diana Rigg and Patrick Macnee receive the "Golden Otto" award, pages 1 & Unknown, Author Unknown, Germany.
Weekly, 23 May, page 5, Weekend in View: Avenging, author unknown, England.
Bravo, May, article title
unknown, Patrick Macnee interview, pages unknown, Author unknown, Germany.
Note - this issue contains a flexi-disc that features Patrick Macnee and Diana
Rigg making acceptance speeches for the "Golden Otto". The voice
artist who dubbed Patrick Macnee may also be on this, but it could also be the
quality of the flexi-disc. Thanks to Uwe from Germany I now know that
the voice-artist who dubbed Patrick Macnee for German audiences was Gert G.
Hoffman, who also dubbed Sean Connery, and William Shatner's Captain Kirk.
(Now there's a Trivial Pursuit question for you). Sadly, he died last
TV Guide, 3 August, pages 16,17,18, She's Miss Rigg of St. John's Wood Now, Robert Musel, USA. A look at Diana Rigg, post-Avengers.
Vogue, 15 September, pages unknown, title unknown, author unknown, England. 2 pages featuring Linda Thorson living dangerously as Tara King in a cool new brand of cashmere designed for Ballantyne's Avenger range.
TV Times, 19 September, page 39, Out Goes Emma, In Comes Tara, author unknown, England. Handover between Emma and Tara: The Forget-Me-Knot.
TV Times, 19 September, page unknown, Avenger Linda Agrees: The Outlook Is Black, author unknown, England. Fashion piece.
TV Weekly, 7 October, pages unknown, no title, no author, New Zealand. The back cover of this magazine is a full colour photo of Tara King.
TV Times, 17 October, page unknown, Linda... One Of The Top Getaway People, author unknown, England. Linda Thorson and The Avengers cars.
Australasian Post, 31 October, page 45, She'd like to go Western, no author, Australia. Short Diana Rigg piece with big picture.
TV Guide, 16 November, pages 18,19,20, An Old Etonian In Malibu, author unknown, USA.
TV Times, 5 December, pages 32 and 33, "Relax Mother, You're Bulletproof Now", Interview with an armourer with reference to the Tara King episodes, Dave Lanning, England.
TV Times, 12 December, pages 20 and 21, The Long And The Short And The Tall, People of different sizes and shapes, including Patrick Newell and Rhonda Parker, England.
TV Week, 14 December, pages unknown (2), title unknown, author unknown, Australia. A Fashion feature with the stars of The Avengers
TV Times, 19 December, page unknown, All Star Album, no author, England. Includes Linda Thorson biographical details and picture.
Tele Radio, "enero", exact date unknown, pages 1, 26 to 30, Los Vengadores: Un Ano en TVE, author unknown, Spain.
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