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Andy Crane - starting with The Family Ness Thirsty-Ness and the Part-Time Witch with the voices of Susan Sheridan , Peter Hawkins Written and drawn by PETER MADDOCKS Music by ROGER GREENWAY AND GAVIN GREENWAY (R)
4.00pm
Batty Adventures by CHRIS ALLEN
The Empire Strikes Batty Batty (and other voices) played by C. J. Allen
Producer ANGELA BEECHING Director MARILYN FOX (R)
4.10pm
Defenders of the Earth
The Carnival of Dr Kalihari On an outing to a carnival, the older Defenders become part of the freak show when they shrink to three inches!
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4.35pm The Bartons
Musical Rooms
Up until now, older brothers Anthony and Paul have shared a room. Elly has her own and so does younger brother Douglas. But with Anthony's study load, Mr and Mrs Barton decide he needs a room of his own.
Director MANDY SMITH
Executive producer NOEL PRICE
5.00pm Newsround with John Craven
Roger Finn and Helen Rollason Producer SUSIE STAPLES Editor JOHN CRAVEN
5.05pm Blue Peter with Mark Curry Caron Keating Yvette Fielding and John Leslie
Producers NICK HEATHCOTE ANDREW WHITMAN
OLIVER MACFARLANE. ROY MILAN! Editor LEWIS BRONZE
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Contributors

Unknown: Ness Thirsty-Ness
Unknown: Susan Sheridan
Unknown: Peter Hawkins
Unknown: Peter Maddocks
Music By: Roger Greenway
Unknown: Gavin Greenway
Adventures By: Chris Allen
Unknown: Batty Batty
Played By: C. J. Allen
Producer: Angela Beeching
Director: Marilyn Fox
Unknown: Mrs Barton
Director: Mandy Smith
Unknown: John Craven
Unknown: Roger Finn
Unknown: Helen Rollason
Editor: John Craven
Unknown: Mark Curry
Unknown: Caron Keating
Unknown: John Leslie
Producers: Nick Heathcote
Producers: Andrew Whitman
Elly: Olivia Harkin
Paul: Matt Day
Douglas: Ben Toovey
Anthony: Michael O'Reilly
Clare: Jennifer Jarman-Walker
Robert: Frankie J Holden

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