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Going Live!


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The popular Saturday morning show returns with Phillip Schofield and Sarah Greene joined by new presenter Kristian Schmid from Neighbours.
Michael Macnally is the show's roving reporter, Emma Freud champions young consumers in Check it Out, psychologist
Dr Aric Sigman gives advice on keeping healthy and Andi Peters "powers up" with a took at the latest computer games in Game Talk. Peter Simon teams up with Shane Ritchie for the new game show Run the Risk, comedy duo Trevor and Simon are back with a host of new characters and there are cartoon adventures with the Teenage Mutant Hero Turtles and Thejetsons. Special guests include actor/singer Jimmy Nail and pop star Betty Boo. Plus news, reviews, videos and exciting competitions. Editor Chris Bellinger ? STEREO
* TELEPHONE: call this mornings studio guests on [number removed]0 LETTERS: write to Going Live! PO Box 8181. London W 12 7SE. ? FEATURE: page 28


Presenter: Phillip Schofield
Presenter: Sarah Greene
Presenter: Kristian Schmid
Reporter: Michael MacNally
Reporter: Emma Freud
Guest: Dr Aric Sigman
Presenter: Andi Peters
Presenter: Peter Simon
Presenter: Shane Ritchie
Singer: Jimmy Nail
Singer: Betty Boo.
Editor: Chris Bellinger

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This site contains the BBC listings information which the BBC printed in Radio Times between 1923 and 2009. You can search the site for BBC programmes, people, dates and Radio Times editions.

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