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Saturday Superstore


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with Mike Read Keith Chegwin and Sarah Greene
There's a musical treat in store this morning when Howard Jones , star of the gigantic arenas, plays a surprise concert at a very different venue. Superstore's camera team was there to capture this unusual event. You can chat to one of Britain's top comics when
Gary Wilmot takes your calls on [number removed]. Have you ever thought of keeping a ranch chinchilla as a pet? Superstore's animal expert Chris Henwood has all the facts to help you decide. Phillip Schofield , the presenter of Children's
BBCtv, is the special guest who's helping out in the Coffee Shop all morning.
There's a special bargain in store too. In this, the tenth year of commercial supersonic flight, SuperStore is offering an all-expenses-paid trip to see Concorde! All this plus more adventures with the Fonz, the latest pop videos, your letters and tellygrams in SuperStore. Editor CHRIS BELLINGER


Unknown: Mike Read
Unknown: Keith Chegwin
Unknown: Sarah Greene
Unknown: Howard Jones
Unknown: Gary Wilmot
Unknown: Chris Henwood
Unknown: Phillip Schofield
Editor: Chris Bellinger

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