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Children's BBC Two

Synopsis

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introduced by Simon Parkin and Andi Peters

Starting with Playbus
The Patch Stop
At Dunwich Heath, Peggy Patch spots insects.

Storyteller: Sophie Aldred. Producer ANNE GOBEY

7.50 am Jimbo and the Jet Set
April Fool's Day
Written and created by PETER MADDOCKS
Directed by KEITH LEARNER

7.55 am Is That a Fact?
Taking a look at legends. 5: St Catherine and the Balmwell
Theme music ALEC DANKWORTH Producers PETER CHARLTON and RICHARD SIMKIN

8.10 am The Hallo Spencer Show!
From Spencerville, Ohio, it's the wildest, zaniest, most adorable group of puppets.

8.35 am Umbrella
How did thousands of handfuls of flour, 50 pots and a donkey help to build a school? With Mark Chatterton , Amerjit Deu and Lynne Kieran. Director CELIA BONNER Producer JUDY MERRY BBC North West

8.50 am Smoggies
Purple Tide
Clarence empties purple shark-repellant into the bay. It doesn't repel sharks, but turns Clarence and Polluto into helpless, compulsive, tapdancing fools.

9.15 am Corners
How does an acorn grow into an oak tree?
Designer PAUL SUDLOW
Production ALISON STEWART

9.30 am Visionaries
Feryl Steps Out
Feryl leaves the Spectral Knights, thinking he is a danger to them.

9.55 am

Blue Peter Omnibus
with Caron Keating , Yvette Fielding and John Leslie.
0 FAST FORWARD: the BBC's new
TV and pop star magazine is out now, price 32p, from newsagents.

10.45 am Bluebirds
A -part series by Angela Ince and Shirley Lowe.

11.10 am Boxpops
Is Michael Jackson 'bad' enough to be a case for this week's Boxpops? The programme takes a look at cops and robbers on TV. Producer ROY MILANI
Executive producer ERIC ROWAN ®

11.50 am The O Zone
Music news and features with Andy Crane. Today, a look behind the scenes of the PWL Roadshow.
Director LOUISE MUSGRAVE Producer PAUL SMITH

Contributors

Introduced By: Simon Parkin
Introduced By: Andi Peters
Unknown: Peggy Patch
Unknown: Sophie Aldred.
Producer: Anne Gobey
Unknown: Peter Maddocks
Directed By: Keith Learner
Producers: Peter Charlton
Producers: Richard Simkin
Unknown: Mark Chatterton
Unknown: Amerjit Deu
Unknown: Lynne Kieran.
Director: Celia Bonner
Unknown: Alison Stewart
Unknown: Caron Keating
Unknown: John Leslie.
Unknown: Angela Ince
Unknown: Shirley Lowe.
Unknown: Michael Jackson
Producer: Roy Milani
Producer: Eric Rowan
Unknown: Andy Crane.
Director: Louise Musgrave
Producer: Paul Smith
Patch's friend: Colin Kerrigan
Mabel: Barbara Windsor
Annie: Sheila Steafel
Gertrude: Isabelle Lucas
Ivy: Pauline Delany
Proudfoot: Lance Percival
Cullen: Ron Pember
Uncle Arthur: Peter Byrne
Alfred: Dennis Edwards
Dora: Beryl Cooke
Jennifer: Jo Warne
Bill: Sean Blowers
Robbins: Grant Oatley
Pete: Jimmy Lambert
Mr Anderson: Trevor Butler
Mrs Anderson: Vicky Licorish
Aunt Emmy: Roxanne Clinch
Granville: Joseph Kpobie
Leroy: Mark de Couteau
Dave: Alan Dean
Jerry: Martino Lazzeri
Mandy: Martine McCutcheon

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