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Children's BBC

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Andy Crane - starting with

Stoppit and Tidyup: I Said No
Narrated by Terry Wogan
It's Great Gherkin Feast Day, and everybody is out collecting gherkins.

4.00pm A Bear Behind
with Lindsey Coulson and Not the humdrum teddy bear kind
That anyone anywhere just might find. Oh no....
Boz is a very special bear and he and Lindsey both love rhymes and verse. Farm story:
The King's Breakfast by A. A. Milne, with illustrations by E. H. Shepard
Cameraman Chris Wickham
Executive producer Angela Beeching
Producer Margie Barbour
Back pages: 110

4.10pm Rupert
Based on the stories by Alfred Bestall
Storyteller Ray Brooks Rupert and Morwenna

4.15pm Laurel and Hardy in Skyscraper Scape (R)

4.20pm Defenders of the Earth: The Root of Evil
A famous scientist's plant food experiment backfires... into a formula that turns people into plants!
Ceefax subtitles

4.40pm Beat the Teacher
Presented by Bruno Brookes This is the last 'normal' week on Beat the Teacher - as if it's ever normal! It's the final chance for both pupils and teachers to make their bids for the champion-of-championships.

4.55pm Newsround
reporting direct to children about what's going on around the world.

5.05pm Blue Peter
with Mark Curry Caron Keating and Yvette Fielding Happy Birthday to Us!
It's the big day - Blue Peter was born exactly 30 years ago in 1958! What was television like then? Find out in a most unusual flashback to a 1958 living room.
Producers Nick Heathcote, Andrew Whitman, Oliver McFarlane Editor Lewis Bronze
Back pages: 110
Ceefax subtitles

Contributors

Illustrations by: E. H. Shepard
Producer: Margie Barbour
Stories by: Alfred Bestall
Presented by: Bruno Brookes
Presenter: Mark Curry
Presenter: Caron Keating
Producer: Nick Heathcote
Producer: Andrew Whitman
Producer: Oliver MacFarlane
Editor: Lewis Bronze

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