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Bewitched (television series)

(religion, spiritualism, and occult)

A successful television comedy series inspired by the movie I Married a Witch, it ran from 1964 to 1972, and starred Elizabeth Montgomery as Samantha, a young housewife who is a Witch trying to live a normal life. Unfortunately every time she is tempted to use magic to help herself or her husband, things go awry. The role of her husband, Darrin, was played first by Dick York and then by Dick Sargent. Agnes Moorehead played Samantha's witchy mother, Endora, who kept trying to lead her daughter back to the path of spells and magic.

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CONJURING UP WORK: Adam Stephens, who was a jobless graduate and has now set up a business makig custom made wands.
From far centre, clockwise: Sarah Stephens, Emma Pettit, Nicola Collins, Joel Whitehouse, Rob Rhead, Adam Stephens, Mike Falzon, Ben Adams, Claire Moreton, Lucy Curry.
Adam Stephens (guitars/harmonica/ vocals) and Tyson Vogel (drums/guitars/ vocals) - took the name courtesy of James Joyce (from his novel The Dubliners).
Phil Donaldson crossed twice and there were also touchdowns for Adam Stephens and Dave Doneo.
Halewood Town (Macauley Austin 3, J Massey, Adam Stephens, Wade Taggart) won their fifth match on the bounce, beating Home & Bargain (Tobe Sharp 2, Kern Lee, David Mee) 6-4.
The pair managed to persuade coatless friends Adam Stephens, 18, and Solomon Matthews, 17, both of St Mellons, who were clubbing in Cardiff last night to join them and wait for their free voucher.
Left, Tara Snelson of Barclays Corporate, Adam Stephens of Deloitte and Rob Read of Hill & Smith Hodings; right, Craig Cantwell, Lesley Cross and Nat Trindle of Severn Trent.
Adam Stephens, Ross Page and Ben Marsh also went in and Sam Broadbent nailed six goals and a penalty.
Halewood Town (Macauley Austin, Mathew Delaney and Adam Stephens) beat Beechwood Celtic 3-1 and Beechside played out a 3-3 draw with Home & Bargain.
Dave McGarry, Michael Page; Jennie Hellyer, BCASS; Adam Stephens, chairman, YCAG Pictures: Roland Rowley Anne Hipkiss, administrator, Sheilagh Moffat, council member, Louise Rudd, Hon Secretary, all BCASS Above: Edward Starkey, Habiba Khatoon, Dan Atkins, all Michael Page; Nicola Collins, vice chair, Rob Cross, both BCASS
Matt Slater, Ross Page, Alistair Childs and Adam Stephens gained tries and Sam Broadbent a trio of conversions.