Professor Dumkopf's Amazing Cannon Ball
Voices SUSAN SHERIDAN
Written and drawn by PETER MADDOCKS Music by ROGER AND GAVIN GREENAWAY (R)
A serial in 13 parts
Sir Charles starts to build a spa hotel on land once belonging to the Maoris. 10: Heroes
Written by ROGER SIMPSON
Executive producer JOHN MCRAE Producer ROGER LE MESURIER (R)
with Mike Read, Keith Chegwin, Sarah Greene and Vicky Licorish
Join Mike and the "SuperStore" gang for another jam-packed Saturday morning of entertainment. In store today, Floella Benjamin. She's got lots of jokes to tell you but she's asking to hear yours in return. Phone her on [number removed] and maybe you could win a prize. West End theatre star Paul Nicholas calls in. You could win his special bargain - a night out at a London theatre!
John Craven presents his special "Newsround" report for "SuperStore" and asks your opinions in his Tellyvote.
Phillip Schofield, the presenter of Children's BBC, has been persuaded to leave his continuity suite and to take "SuperStore" on a guided tour behind the scenes of the Television Centre presentation area.
Also in store, Lynn Faulds Wood. In her consumer Watchdog report for "SuperStore" she offers some hints on what to look for when you're buying a Christmas tree. Also, if you've bought something and you've got a problem with it, phone her and she'll explain your legal rights.
All this plus the regular features and cartoons go to make up this morning's "SuperStore". It starts at 9 o'clock sharp.
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1.15 News Summary
Weather News BILL GILES
with Jan Leeming Weather News
starring Ian and Janette - The Krankies and featuring
The Great Soprendo and Modern Romance with Frank Middlemass
David Masterman and THE KRANKIES' DANCERS Choreographed by DEBBIE ASTELL
The Krankies Elektronik
Komik hits the airwaves with Ian and Jimmy taking you on a fun-filled trip through an action-packed show which brings frantic goings on at the Cafe Macaroni, Mayhem on the Overland Express, toe-tapping music from Modem Romance, comedy magic from The Great Soprendo and a rock 'n' roll musical ending. Written by SID GREEN
JIM CAMMELL , RON OTTOWAY Script associate SID GREEN
Musical director RONNIE HAZLEHURST Sound GRAHAM WILKINSON
Lighting director KEN MACGREGOR Designer CAROL COLDER
Produced and directed by PAUL CIANI
Starring Noel Edmonds
with Mike Smith
Tonight the outside broadcast cameras are at a secret location in the north of Scotland where this week's Whirly Wheeler attempts one of the most daring and exciting challenges ever featured in the series.
The Hit Squad are in action and a member of the studio audience becomes a star in the show.
Another exciting holiday to be won as four hopeful contestants are bombarded with general knowledge questions. Bob Monkhouse keeps the pace rattling along in this comedy quiz show. Game devised by TERRY MARDELL and DAVID MOORE Sound MICHAEL MCCARTHY Lighting PETER WESSON
Designer GRENVILLE HORNER Director TONY NEWMAN Producer JOHN BISHOP
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starring with and Jobs for the Boys
Worried householders ring Hartley Police Station to complain about being harassed by a gang a of kids asking for jobs. Kate thinks the young ones are being misunderstood - until a burglary is reported.
Series created by IAN KENNEDY MARTIN
Script editor JOAN CLARK Designer TIM GLEESON
Producer GERAINT MORRIS Director RODERICK GRAHAM
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Insp Kate Longton:
Sgt Joseph Beck:
Sgt George Parrish:
PC Danny Sparks:
PC Brian Kelleher:
Det Chief Insp Perrin:
WPC Sheila Saunders:
by John Sullivan
Starring David Jason and Nicholas Lyndhurst with Buster Merryfield
Del, Rodney and Uncle Albert are consigned to the Dog Watch.
with Jan Leeming Weather News
James Coburn Dyan Cannon James Mason
One year to the day, after the death of his wife Sheila in a hit-and-run accident, Hollywood producer Clinton Greene invites six people aboard his yacht in the Mediterranean. Each was present on the night of Sheila's death and each has a secret to hide. They are required to participate in the 'murder game', a bizarre set of clues and riddles that will expose the guilty party. As the game proceeds, the danger increases and the killing starts ...
Screenplay by ANTHONY PERKINS and STEPHEN SONDHEIM
Produced by STANLEY O'TOOLE Directed by HERBERT ROSS 0 FILMS: page 26
continues a season of acclaimed films introduced each week by Barry Norman , tonight starring Ernest Borgnlne with Betsy Blair
The simple story of two people in New York who fear being lonely and unloved - Marty, a 34-year-old New
York Italian butcher leading an aimless and unsatisfied life, and Clara, a charming, but plain, young schoolteacher.
Winner of four Oscars - best picture, best actor, best director and best screenplay - Marty was originally a television play. It began a movement of writers and directors from television into the cinema in the mid-50s which brought a new look to many Hollywood productions.
Screenplay by PADDY CHAYEFSKY Produced by HAROLD HECHT Directed by DELBERT MANN
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