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Saturday Superstore

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with Mike Read
Keith Chegwin , John Craven and Sarah Greene
In store today live coverage from Sarajevo, Yugoslavia, of The XIV Winter Olympic Games
The Ladies Downhill
Who is the fastest lady on skis in the world? Can IRENE EPPLE of West Germany, a former Giant Slalom specialist, win an Olympic title in her first really competitive downhill season-or will GERRY SORENSON win Canada's first Winter Olympic downhill gold medal? Switzerland's MARIA WALLISER is another likely medallist.
At 9.25 DAVID VINE and KONRAD BARTELSKI commentate from Jahorina as the competitors plunge down a spectacular mile-and-a-quarter course. Sarah's search for a Superstore SuperStar reaches its fourth heat. Four more acts compete for your votes and a chance of stardom. In the music department with Mike this morning are Kool and the Gang and Spandau Ballet. Ring them on [number removed]. Lines are open from 8.30. Blue Peter's Simon Groom and Goldie pay a special visit. Simon's got a really marvellous star bargain on offer. John will have the up-to-the-minute news as America's space shuttle prepares to return to Earth after her latest mission. Reg Turnill reports live from Mission Control as we watch Challenger touching down at Kennedy Space Center.
Superstore has all the very best in cartoons and pop music.
Don't forget the address: Saturday Superstore, BBCtv, London [Postcode removed]
Editor CHRIS BELLINGER .BACK PAGES: 82

Contributors

Unknown: Mike Read
Unknown: Keith Chegwin
Unknown: John Craven
Unknown: Sarah Greene
Unknown: Irene Epple
Unknown: Gerry Sorenson
Unknown: Maria Walliser
Unknown: Konrad Bartelski
Unknown: Simon Groom
Unknown: Reg Turnill
Editor: Chris Bellinger

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