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: Ceefax Pages

: Breakfast News

6.30-6.55 Business Breakfast
News every quarter hour.

: Kilroy

With Robert Kilroy-Silk .


Unknown: Robert Kilroy-Silk

: Ross King

Andi Peters and other celebrities from Children in Need join Ross King for this morning's game show. ● STEREO
• VIEWERS' QUIZ: see Monday


Unknown: Andi Peters
Unknown: Ross King

: Playdays

With Philippa Forrester. * STEREO
The Tent Stop. OSTEREO

: Good Morning ... with Anne and Nick

Anne Diamond and Nick Owen present a topical magazine show.
10.40 The Great Escape celebrity leisure guide
11.00 News (Txt) and weather
11.10 Library of Romance
11.30 Shopping on Friday with Sybil Ruscoe
11.40 Advice Phone-In
12.00 News (Txt) and weather ● STEREO
: HOTLINE: see Monday


Unknown: Anne Diamond
Unknown: Nick Owen
Unknown: Sybil Ruscoe

: Pebble Mill

Judi Spiers introduces a Children in Need spectacular, featuring the Pudsey Olympics, with Lionel Blair and Lisa Goddard.


Presenter: Judi Spiers
Guest: Lionel Blair
Guest: Lisa Goddard

: One O'Clock News

With Philip Hayton.
Weather Bernard Davey
0 TELETEXTSUBTITLES(news): page 888


Unknown: Philip Hayton.
Unknown: Bernard Davey

: Neighbours


: Eldorado


: Going for Gold

Hosted by Henry Kelly. ● STEREO


Unknown: Henry Kelly.

: The Flying Doctors

Rising Sundown. Racism rears its ugly head when two
Japanese businessmen offer to buy one of Coopers Crossing's historic properties.

: Bump

With Andi Peters.
Bump finds that he is too big to help his friends.


Unknown: Andi Peters.

: Christopher Crocodile

Animated adventures. It's
Muddytown's annual football match against Sunnytown.

: Superbods

A journey around the human body, with Nicola Davies and Philip Hawthorn.
Nick explains to Mr B how the body has an army of antibodies ready to attack evil germs.


Unknown: Nicola Davies
Unknown: Philip Hawthorn.

: Chipmunks Go to the Movies

Cartoon. Alvin and Simon track down the Pearl of Wisdom.

: Take Two

Monthly look at what's happening in the media, including previews of the latest films, television and radio programmes. Also, an investigation into the music that gets on air. With Sarah Greene. ● STEREO
: WRITE TO: Take Two. BBCtv. Wood Lane. London W 1 2 7RJ


Unknown: Sarah Greene.
Unknown: Wood Lane.

: Newsround

The news for children.

: Byker Grove

A ceremony at Winter House horrifies Duncan as the Grove discover the truth about
Psychandrics. Matt and Marcus provide Spuggie with a dilemma.


Duncan: Declan Donnelly
Spuggie: Lvndy Annbarrass
Jemma: Nicola Ewart
Creek: Adam Matalon
Geoff: Billy Fane
Leah: Jayni Hoy
Mall: Kevin Silberman
Charlie: Donna Air
Jerry: Peter Hugo Daley
Marcus: David Oliver
Chrissie: Lyndsey Todd
Nicola: Jill Halfpenny
John: David Marriner
Angel: Vicky Taylor
Amanda: Gemma Graham

: Neighbours

Gaby drops Glen and shifts her attention to another Ramsay Street resident. Phoebe's father catches her kissing Josh. (For cast see Wednesday. Shownat 1.30pm)

: Six O'Clock News

With Peter Sissons and Moira Stuart.
Weather Bernard Davey
0 TELETEXT SUBTITLES (news): page 888


Unknown: Peter Sissons
Unknown: Moira Stuart.
Unknown: Bernard Davey

: Children in Need

Last year, "Children in Need" viewers and listeners helped raise over £20 million. Now it's time for Terry Wogan and Sue Cook to fire the starting gun on the 1992 Pudsey Olympics and play host to some of the top names in entertainment.
Noel Edmonds, Right Said Fred, Robert Palmer and the cast of "Casualty" are among the stars asking for help to improve the quality of life for thousands of Britain's disadvantaged children.
In London Andi Peters greets fundraisers at Television Centre while Lionel Blair, Cannon and Ball and Bananarama join in around the UK.
At 7.15 Peter Simon and Shane Richie referee a custard pie shoot-out while Blue Peter veterans John Noakes, Peter Purves and Valerie Singleton reunite to join John Leslie In Search of Bill and Ben. FEATURE: page 43
7.30pm South East
From its Elstree studio comes a "Top of the Pops" like you've never seen it before featuring: during the evening, Bananarama and the Metropolitan Police choir, pop sensation East 17 and the 'Madonna of opera' Lesley Garrett. There will be stars from EastEnders and Eldorado, and Claire Rayner will be giving advice to the rich and famous.
Linford Christie joins Steve Cram and the Radio Times relay team to deliver a Children in Need flame to Terry Wogan after 14 days and over 750 miles on the road.
Frank Bruno sees fair play as Noel Edmonds tries to win your special pledges by 'grabbing a grand' for "Children in Need". Right Said Fred offer a deeply dippy invitation to lunch and at 8.30, Bobby Davro referees a long-distance karaoke contest between impressionists from Wales and Northern Ireland.
9.00pm Nine O'Clock News With Martyn Lewis.
Regional News; Weekend Weather Bernard Davey
TELETEXT SUBTITLES (news): page 888
"Children in Need" continues with "Birds of a Feather" stars Pauline Quirke, Linda Robson and Lesley Joseph bringing back burlesque, the "Casualty" gang presenting a musical medical extravaganza, and Jeff Banks hosting the all-star
"Children in Need Clothes Show".
Including at:
Children of Courage and Achievement
Esther Rantzen and Gavin Campbell honour some very special youngsters.
11.35pm South East
More music and comedy from the "Top of the Pops" studio; the Frigidaires, the Bronte Sisters, music from Bolivia, plus Larry Adler, Roy Castle and the West End show "From a Jack to a King".
12.00 Cabaret Time
Terry Wogan and Sue Cook introduce two hours of top-flight entertainment starring Five Guys Named Moe, Robert Palmer and the cast of "Annie Get Your Gun". Marion Montgomery fronts a Trans-UK Jazz Band, Peter Snow proves that he's the king of the swingers and Gloria Hunniford, Leslie Grantham, Eddie Large and Mary Millar present their version of "Guys and Dolls". Beverley Craven and Tony Slattery drop in and Bob Holness hosts the final of the Pudsey Olympics.
Including at 1.15am a roundup from the regions on how the appeal has gone, and at 1.45 a look back on some of the highlights of the evening.
1.55am Grand Total
There's still time to donate.


Unknown: Terry Wogan
Unknown: Sue Cook
Unknown: Robert Palmer
Unknown: Lionel Blair
Unknown: Peter Simon
Unknown: Shane Richie
Unknown: Blue Peter
Unknown: John Noakes
Unknown: Peter Purves
Unknown: Valerie Singleton
Unknown: Lesley Garrett.
Unknown: Claire Rayner
Unknown: Linford Christie
Unknown: Steve Cram
Unknown: Terry Wogan
Unknown: Frank Bruno
Unknown: Noel Edmonds
Unknown: Bobby Davro
Unknown: Martyn Lewis.
Unknown: Bernard Davey
Unknown: Pauline Quirke
Unknown: Linda Robson
Unknown: Lesley Joseph
Unknown: Jeff Banks
Unknown: Esther Rantzen
Unknown: Gavin Campbell
Unknown: Larry Adler
Unknown: Roy Castle
Unknown: Terry Wogan
Unknown: Robert Palmer
Unknown: Peter Snow
Unknown: Gloria Hunniford
Unknown: Leslie Grantham
Unknown: Eddie Large
Unknown: Mary Millar
Unknown: Beverley Craven
Unknown: Tony Slattery
Unknown: Bob Hoiness

: Weather

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