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Children's BBC


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Andy Crane - starting with Charlie Brown and Snoopy Charlie Brown and Lucy A cartoon based on Peanuts by CHARLES M. SCHULZ (R)
Waterfront Revisited
The Best of 'On the Waterfront' starring Andrew O'Connor Bernie Nolan Kate Copstick and Terry Randall.
Flashing Blade here!
Another Barking Mad show chaps!
Click those heels and go! Producer MARTIN HUGHES BBC North West
5.00pm Newsround
5.05pm The Lowdown
Real-life stories about children today, told by children themselves. Unhappy Families
There are around two million children in this country whose parents have divorced. Each year 160,000 are affected. The Lowdown hears from six children who speak from their own experience about how it felt, the problems involved and how they survived this traumatic event.
Executive producer ERIC ROWAN Director CHARLOTTE BLACK (R)
0 CHILDLINE: if you would like to talk to someone about your parents' divorce, Childline would be happy to take your calls: phone free on [number removed]. 0 SUPPORT MATERIAL: for a free leaflet for children and young people 'Divorce and You' send an sae to: [address removed]


Unknown: Charlie Brown
Unknown: Snoopy Charlie Brown
Unknown: Charles M. Schulz
Unknown: Andrew O'Connor
Unknown: Bernie Nolan
Unknown: Kate Copstick
Unknown: Terry Randall.
Producer: Martin Hughes

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This site contains the BBC listings information which the BBC printed in Radio Times between 1923 and 2009. You can search the site for BBC programmes, people, dates and Radio Times editions.

We hope it helps you find information about that long forgotten BBC programme, research a particular person or browse your own involvement with the BBC.

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