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Andy Crane - starting with ChuckleVision starring the Chuckle Brothers with Billy Butler.
It is 200 years ago (and a bit) since Australia was discovered. To commemorate this momentous occasion.
Paul and Barry present their own Australian bicentennialanda-bit special, and Billy Butler tells of an Australian cousin.
Writer JOHN SAYLE
Designer PAUL MONTAGUE Producer MARTIN HUGHES BBC North West (R)
SuperTed Kicks the Dust (R)
4.20pm Jonny Briggs by VALERIE GEORGESON from a story by JOAN EADINGTON
3: Jonny and Albert have tried to discover the mystery of the locked door ... with fairly disastrous results.
'Razzle' supplied by PAULINE clift Producer ANGELA BEECHING Director CHRISTINE SECOMBE
(R) (Part 4 on Thursday at 4.20pm)
Belle and Sebastian
Help Save Belle
Sebastian totally recovers, and he, together with some friends, devises a plan to break Belle out of jail.
These plans are interrupted when the police stumble on their operation.
5.05pm The Lowdown
Real-life stories about children today, told by children themselves. Hit and Miss
An unusual behind-the-scenes saga from the world of pop - the stuff of dreams. The story began last summer. when a new record company advertised for a teenage female vocalist. The aim was to launch a recording career for a complete unknown, and to score a hit with a Europop single. The Lowdown followed what happened - the auditions, selection, recording, release and reaction to the song. If you didn't catch Bye Bye Baby by 16-year-old Zara, then this is your big chance.
Photography TOM INGLE. DAVE GRAY Film editor JERRY LEON Director KATE COPSTICK
Executive producer ERIC ROWAN
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