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Episodes listed in ITC production order


THE ADVENTURER

THE BARON

THE CHAMPIONS

DANGER MAN

DEPARTMENT S

GIDEON'S WAY

JASON KING

MAN IN A SUITCASE

THE PERSUADERS!

THE PRISONER

THE PROTECTORS

RANDALL & HOPKIRK
(DECEASED)


RETURN OF THE SAINT

THE SAINT

STRANGE REPORT

THE ZOO GANG


 

The Morning After - club and magazine details



 

The Morning After was established in March 1991 as the official The Persuaders!/ITC Appreciation Society by the then copyright owners, the ITC Entertainment Group Ltd.

The society mainly concentrates on The Persuaders! in the club magazine, The Morning After. A second club magazine, Nuisance Value, is dedicated to the many other ITC action-adventure series made in the 1960s and 70s. Subcribers to the society receive 4 club magazines per subscription.

As well as receiving the magazines, subscribers can attend TMA events (past events include The Persuaders! - an exhibition of memorabilia [1997], The Persuaders! 30th Anniversary Party [2001] and ten Location Day tours [1994 to present]).

There are currently a few issues left in stock as back issues. TMA numbers 1 - 18 and Nuisance Value 1 and 2 are out of print. We are currently investigating the the possibility of reprinting some of these as a 'Best of' (in particualr, TMA 4 - The Champions special, TMA 7 - Man In A Suitcase special, TMA 13 - Department S special and TMA 18 - The Baron special).
For full details on subscribing, email jaz_wiseman@yahoo.com

The TMA web site was launched in September 1996. Drummond Grieve launched his website for The Persuaders! in 1997. Due to my then heavy commitments at University, Drummond and I agredd to join forces. Follow the direct link below to see his excellent site dedicated to The Persuaders!

Over the coming months we aim to update the new site at least once a month. There is a lot to upload so please be patient.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

For the sake of google, we have to write The Persuaders without the ! as most people don't use it when searching.

 

Chairman/TMA Designer and Editor - | site re-styling idea: Ruud Rozemeyer