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Telly Savalas Looks at Aberdeen (December 1981)
Alexander Northern NPE100 (HSA100V), a 1980 Leyland Leopard/Duple Dominant II, arrives in Aberdeen between an older Duple Dominant I-bodied Leopard and an Alexander bodied saloon.
There a several views of Aberdeen's Union Street, with various Leyland Atlanteans or Daimler Fleetlines of Grampian Regional Transport plying their trade, also a Leyland-National and Alexander-bodied AEC Swifts

Telly Savalas Looks at Birmingham (December 1981)
Herein we listen to Telly Savalas enthusing about the MCW Metrobus. First we see West Midlands PTE 2032 (BOK32V) arriving at a bus stop, then we see it leaving the Metro-Cammell factory.
This shot becomes a street scene featuring this Park Royal-bodied Daimler Fleetline, 4620 (JOV620P)
Several more West Midlands 'deckers are seen at work, including this pair near Birmingham Repertory Theatre:
There are several Midland Red buses also seen - this Leyland Leopard/Plaxton is seen at the National Exhibition Centre in National Bus Company white, and another later Plaxton Leopard wears National Bus Company dual purpose livery:
An early Leyland National:
....and a distant view of this Daimler Fleetline/Alexander

Telly Savalas Looks at Portsmouth (December 1981)
Buses are not much in evidence in this visit to Portsmouth, other than a glimpse of a Southdown Bristol VRTSL3 and these Portsmouth Leyland Atlanteans:

There is however some interesting footage of an SRN6 hovercraft arriving at Southsea's Clarence Pier in a rough sea:

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