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Peter Simon introduces a bumper package of Saturday morning entertainment starting with Bananaman Disaster at Devil's Cove. Eric is just another schoolboy but, when danger calls, a few mouthfuls of his special bananas and Eric is Bananaman
With the voices of Tim Brooke-Taylor Bill Oddie
Graeme Garden Jill Shilling
Written by BERNIE KAY Music by DAVE COOKE
Produced and directed by TERRY WARD (R)
8.25am Corners Presented by Stephen Johnson Sophie Aldred with Jo Korna
How does a fridge work?
What's the oldest sport? And why do important people walk on red carpets? Designer PAUL SUDLOW
Producer ALISON STEWART (R) Questions to Comers. BBCtv. London W12 8QT
8.40am Eggs 'n' Baker
More cookery and pop with Cheryl Baker in the third of six programmes. In the kitchen today she is joined by Pop group Breathe Performing their new single Jonah. Cheryl's food has a watery theme too - it's all to do with boats and boating. Director JOHN NORTHOVER
Producer MADELINE WILTSHIRE BBC North West
9.00am Going Live! with Phillip Schofield and Sarah Greene
Featuring Double Dare! with Cheryl Baker and Simon Mayo, cartoon action with Thundercats and The Raccoons, Phillip Hodson and Growing Pains on horrid habits!
Competitions, music from Yazz and the Plastic Population and the Christians, vet Nigel Taylor, more of your jokes in the JokeBox, film previews,Trevor and Simon, All about Me, pen pals ... all this and some of the best voices in the country. Going Live! on your telly.
Editor CHRIS BELLINGER
Don't forget the address for all your letters: Going Live! BBCtv. London W12 8QT
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