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Saturday Superstore

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with Mike Read, Keith Chegwin, Sarah Greene, John Craven and Alvin Stardust, Limahl, Bucks Fizz, The Bluebells

There's an action-packed morning in store today. Top names from the world of pop music will be calling in.
There's Alvin Stardust, Limahl - don't miss his latest single - Bucks Fizz and The Bluebells just for starters!

If you'd like to direct a pop promo for Alvin's Christmas single then top video maker Jon Roseman will be offering you an chance. How can we help our leathered friends survive the winter? We'll show you how to make a special bird cake for them to eat.

Keith will be taking the delivery van out of the United Kingdom this morning. He will be coming to rest somewhere in the middle of the Irish Sea!
Sarah will be along with some special Hallowe'en party ideas and John will be playing a very unusual drum kit!
So join Mike and the Superstore gang for the best in pop, cartoons - including our regular cartoon star and competitions. Doors open at nine o'clock sharp. Don't miss a minute!
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Contributors

Presenter: Mike Read
Presenter: Keith Chegwin
Presenter: Sarah Greene
Presenter: John Craven
Guest: Alvin Stardust
Guest: Limahl
Guest: Bucks Fizz
Guest: The Bluebells
Guest: Jon Roseman
Editor: Chris Bellinger

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