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PC Pinkerton: Hide and Seek
Slipper is very good at finding things.
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: Treasure Hunt
Narrated by John Alderton

4.10pm Ratman
with Roland Rat Superstar and Bob Todd as the Fiddler with BBC3 announcer Phillip Schofield in The Case of the Disappearing Gerbil
Written by COLIN BOSTOCK-SMTTH and DAVID CLARIDGE
Producer OLIVER MACFARLANE Director PETER LESLIE (R)

4.15pm What's Your Story?
Phone in and you could be talking to Sylvester McCoy. See Ceefax page 238 for tomorrow's potential scriptwriters.

4.30pm Knowhow
Written and presented by Johnny Ball
Ann de Caires, Mark Salter and children from ST GEORGE'S SCHOOL and HEATON MIDDLE SCHOOL, Bradford.
How can we breathe underwater? Why is the Interplanetary Archaeology Commission interested in the Hyperspace Hotel? Who is Abraham Darby and why was he potty about pots? Watch Knowhow for the knowhow!
Hyperspace Hotel
3: Heavens Preserve Us
Directors RIJTTA LYNN, MARTIN FISHER Producer JANE TARLETON
For a Knowhow factsheet send a large sae to: [address removed]
Details on Ceefax page 187

4.55 pm Newsround
with John Craven, Roger Finn and Helen Rollason

5.05 pm Grange Hill
of episodes by Barry Purchese
Fred is furious with Mr Robson about team practice and Tegs takes Justine up to his auntie's house. But is that really Auntie coming up to the front door? This week's cast:
Devised by PHIL REDMOND Producer RONALD SMEDLEY Director ALBERT BARBER (R)
CEEFAX SUBTITLES

5.30 pm What's Your Story?
Sylvester and the cast are waiting for your phone calls. What is your story for tomorrow? Phone lines are still open on [number removed]

Contributors

Unknown: Ian Lavender
Unknown: Jessica Martin
Unknown: Sam Kelly
Unknown: David Shaw Parker
Written By: Geoffrey Bourne-Taylor
Written By: John Murphy Edwards
Music: John Kelham
Directed By: Trevor Bond
Unknown: Sam Treasure Hunt
Unknown: John Alderton
Unknown: Bob Todd
Announcer: Phillip Schofield
Written By: Colin Bostock-Smtth
Producer: Oliver MacFarlane
Director: Peter Leslie
Unknown: Sylvester McCoy
Presented By: Johnny Ball
Unknown: Mark Salter
Unknown: St George
Unknown: Abraham Darby
Unknown: Martin Fisher
Unknown: John Craven
Unknown: Roger Finn
Unknown: Helen Rollason
Unknown: Barry Purchase
Unknown: Mr Robson
Producer: Ronald Smedley
Director: Albert Barber
Cathy Williams: Joy Elias-Rilwan
Winch: Keely Ball
Winston: Paul Raffield
Delaney: Choy-Ling Man
Mrs Protheroe: Alwyne Taylor
Voice of Socrates: Bill Homewood
Mrs McClusky: Gwyneth Powell
Mrs Reagan: Lucinda Curtis
Miss Booth: Karen Ford
Mr Robson: Stuart Organ
Mr Bronson: Michael Sheard
Mr Mackenzie: Nicholas Donnelly
Mr Griffiths: George A Cooper
Fred: Simon Vaughan
Laura: Fiona Lee-Fraser
Louise: Alison McLaughlin
Yugesh: Rodney Ganesh
Bealsey: Jason Boxall
Wilko: Matthew Coxall
Chrissy: Sonya Kearns
Susi: Lynne Radford
Clarke: Darren Cudjoe
Matthew: Paul Adams
Tegs: Sean Maguire
Justine: Rachel Roberts
Liam: Steven Coe
Alison: Donna Young
Boy: Joe Kaminski

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