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Saturday Starts Here!


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With Wayne Jackman and Ian Tregonning. Designer TERESA LAWLER Director JEREMY SWAN
Starting with Playbus
The Playground Stop
Presenters: Dave Benson
Phillips and Elizabeth Watts. Puppeteer: Jane Eve (R)
Laurel and Hardy
Badge Budgers (R)
8.00am New Adventures of Mighty Mouse
Scrap Happy
8.15am Eggs 'n' Baker
And Why Not, Cheryl Baker 's pop guests today, perform Licence to Chill. Plus Dutch cheese and vitamins.
8.35am Thundercats
The Unholy Alliance (R)


Unknown: Wayne Jackman
Unknown: Ian Tregonning.
Designer: Teresa Lawler
Director: Jeremy Swan
Producer: Christine Hewitt
Presenters: Dave Benson
Presenters: Elizabeth Watts.
Unknown: Jane Eve
Unknown: Cheryl Baker
Director: John F. D. Northover
Producer: Madeline Wiltshire

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Saturday Starts Here!

BBC One London, 14 October 1989 7.30

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