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Introduced by Simon Parkin.
The Playbus stops at the Dot Stop. Today's story is The
Web at Fingerprint Farm by Michael Cole. With
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Introduced by Andi Peters and starting with A children's school comedy in 12 parts, written by Andy Cunningham.
3: Simon makes a potato mayor cake. But shouldn't it be wearing clothes?
Director Claire Winyard Producer Greg Childs
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A children's drama in six parts based on the classic story by E Nesbit and dramatised by Helen Cresswell.
3: The children are in disgrace and the house turns into a castle.
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Lewis And Alexander
A drama series about a newly-established police division on a dockland waterfront.
Stake Out. The bin bag murders turn up quite a different sort of body.
Episode written by Andy Lynch Producer Phil Redmond Director Robert Gabriel
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Murphy's Law says, 'Anything that can go wrong, will.'
Nearly all of us feel this is true. But is it? Does bread really fall butter-side downwards? The other queue move faster? Do people with seats in the centre arrive last?
QED puts Murphy's Law to the scientific test. Presented by Professor Ian Fells. Producer Robin Bootle
Series editor David Filkin
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European Figure Skating Championships
Today's action from the Winter Sports Palace in Sofia, Bulgaria, sees the conclusion of the pairs competition with their Free Programme and the first stage of the men's competition - the original programme. Commentary by Alan Weeks.
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Second day of competition from Hinterglemm in Austria with the men's Super Giant
Slalom - possible contenders include world champion,
Martin Hangl of Sweden and Olympic champion, Frank Piccard of France.
Commentary by David Vine.
Kingston are the first English club to have qualified for the last eight of basketball's
European Cup. They are in the early stages of the round-robin competition. Sportsnight charts their progress. Plus a full news and results service.
Introduced by Steve Rider. Producer Vivien Kent Editor Brian Barwick • SPORT: page 10
I Hayley Mills Hywel Bennett Britt Ekland
Based on Agatha Christie 's novel, this psychological thriller concerns the murderous ambitions of a young adventurer, Michael.
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