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The tall, lean figure of Derek Batey, with bright, white teeth, silver bouffant hair and luminous tan, was familiar to viewers of daytime television more than a quarter of a century ago as presenter of the game show Mr & Mrs.

It was television of a bygone era and the 6ft 1in Batey was like a favourite uncle – warm and affable as he asked questions of married couples that tested how much they really knew about each other.

In 1966, having already been made production manager, he was appointed Border's assistant programme controller, in charge of production. Alongside his work on Mr & Mrs, Batey was host and producer of the networked chat-show Look Who's Talking (1973-85), attracting stars such as Anna Neagle to Border's far-flung studios in Carlisle for his gentle line in questioning.

He took the same roles on the general-knowledge quiz Try for Ten (1968-84).

Holding on to the British rights, Batey licensed the format for two relaunches – by HTV regionally in 1995, then a short-lived network show four years later, presented by the comedian Julian Clary – before it had more success nationally as All Star Mr & Mrs (2008-12), featuring celebrity couples and hosted by Phillip Schofield and Fern Britton, with Batey acting as consultant and writer of some of the questions.

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"She sat down with hair like Ken Dodd and stood up looking like Kojak.Batey had seen the original format on Canadian television and launched it in the Border region five years earlier.Occasionally, from 1974, the networked show was made by another ITV company, HTV, and hosted by Alan Taylor.Free online dating in New Cumberland for all ages and ethnicities, including seniors, White, Black women and Black men, Asian, Latino, Latina, and everyone else.

Forget classified personals, speed dating, or other New Cumberland dating sites or chat rooms, you've found the best!The show attracted up to 11 million viewers nationally – and Batey even developed a stage version.