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Andy Crane - starting with:
PC Pinkerton: Mrs Crumble's Tumble
Dai the milkman is late.... With the voices of Ian Lavender, Jessica Martin, Sam Kelly, David Shaw Parker
Devised and written by GEOFFREY BOURNE TAYLOR and JOHN MURPHY EDWARDS
Music JOHN KELHAM
Produced and directed by TREVOR BOND
4.00pm Fireman Sam: Telly Trouble
Narrated by John Alderton
Starring Roland Rat Superstar and Lorraine Chase as Miss Litmus
in The Case of the Low-Flying Computer Guided Pizzas
Important people are being splattered by pizzas.
Written by COLIN BOSTOCK-SMITH and DAVID CLARIDGE
Assistant producer PETER LESLIE
Producer OLIVER MACFARLANE (R)
4.15pm What's Your Story?
Sylvester McCoy and the company are waiting to Perform your stories.
Watch part 2 today and phone in with your ideas for tomorrow's story - [number removed].
See Ceefax page 238 for tomorrow's potential scriptwriters.
Written and presented by Johnny Ball, Ann de Caires, Mark Salter and children from Shepshed High School, Leicestershire. Why is two thirds of the earth occupied by a civilisation of intelligent creatures called cetaceans? What's the connection between a kingpin, a top hat and an endurance race?
And what goes flash, bang, wallop in time to the music? - watch Knowhow for the knowhow.
Hyperspace Hotel 2: Lemon Aid
Directors JASON GARBETT, MARTIN FISHER, RIITTA LYNN
Producer JANE TARLETON
5.05pm Grange Hill
Thirteenth of 20 episodes by KAY TRAINOR
Matthew tries to get out of PE and Mr Mackenzie gets more concerned. Laura finds out what Simon was up to at the party and isn't pleased.
Producer RONALD SMEDLEY
Director ALBERT BARBER (R)
5.30pm What's Your Story?
Talk to Sylvester McCoy live by telephone about tomorrow's episode on [number removed]
Producer RICHARD SIMKIN
Voice of Socrates:
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