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Children's BBC


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Andy Crane - starting with Green Claws with Nick Mercer and Stella Goodier.
Green Claws and Iris decide to keep fit. However hard they try, they'll never be as fit as cousin Fleet Claws - he won six Olympic gold medals - but the Riddle Tree helps them to keep going.
Claws Family stories by SONYA DANN
Illustrations by JANE GEDYE Script by URSULA JONES Director ADRIAN MILLS
4.05pm Touche Turtle Dog Daze
4.10pm Paddy on the Island by URSULA MORAY WILLIAMS Told for Jackanory by Matthew Devitt 2: Companions
Paddy's great-grandma arrives - but how did she get there?
4.25pm Hokey Wolf Hokey Dokey
4.35pm The Really Wild Show with Terry Nutkins , Nick Davies and Chris Packham.
Why is Gibraltar the best place for buzzards? Is that a chipmunk on Terry's head?
How can Chris hear better by using a nose? What eats more - an elephant or a hummingbird? Why is there a football team in the studio? Has Terry really been eaten by a plant? Why is Nick a dinner lady? It's just another really wild Tuesday! Producer PAUL APPLEBY BBC Bristol
5.00pm Newsround
5.05pm Grange Hill Ninth of 20 episodes by MARGARET SIMPSON.
Everyone at Grange Hill is anxious about Danny Kendall and so are the police. Where can he be? This week's cast:
Script editor LEIGH JACKSON


Unknown: Nick Mercer
Unknown: Stella Goodier.
Stories By: Sonya Dann
Illustrations By: Jane Gedye
Script By: Ursula Jones
Director: Adrian Mills
Producer: Christine Hewitt
Unknown: Ursula Moray Williams
Unknown: Matthew Devitt
Unknown: Terry Nutkins
Unknown: Nick Davies
Unknown: Chris Packham.
Producer: Paul Appleby
Unknown: Margaret Simpson.
Unknown: Danny Kendall
Editor: Leigh Jackson
Producer: Albert Barber
Producer: Ronald Smedley
Director: Robert Gabriel
Miss Booth: Karen Ford
Mr Griffiths: George A Cooper
Mr Mackenzie: Nicholas Donnelly
Miss Drummer: Geraldine Wright
Reg: Michael Stainton
Ralph: Nick Rawljng
Garage storeman: Anthony Lennon
Danny Kendall: Jonathan Lambeth
Gonch Gardner: John McMahon
Ziggy Greaves: George Christopher
Robbie Wright: John Alford
Trevor Cleaver: John Drummond
Vince Savage: Steve West
Mauler McCaul: Joshua Fenton
Ted: Ian Congdon-Lee
Ronnie Birtles: Tina Mahon
Calley Donnington: Simone Hyams
Helen Kelly: Ruth Carraway
Georgina Hayes: Samantha Lewis
Fiona Wilson: Michelle Gayle
Mandy Freemont: Melanie Hiscock
Young punter: Shaun Vitalis
Punter's friend: John Shepherd
Boy in corridor: Anthony Davis
E5 boy: Remzi Hassan

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