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with Mike Read, Keith Chegwin, Sarah Greene, John Craven and David Icke

In store this morning a special recording of the finals of the TSB Rock School 1985 competition hosted by General Manager Mike Read. Sarah is on hand to bring you the behind-the-scenes activities at London's Camden Palace as the eight regional schools' finalists battle it out in this National Schools rock and pop competition. Also in store, dare-devil stuntman Eddie Kidd. You can call him on [number removed]. Bird expert Peter Holden is around too. He's got details of the very latest bird migration statistics. New pop sensations Aha are playing their latest single live in the store. You can win their special 'bargain'. David has a special film report on Olympic swimming medallist Sarah Hardcastle. In training she swims over 12 miles every single day!
Keith and Crow are sorting out the Warehouse looking for this week's special store bargain. Let's hope they find it in time. John is in with his special topical report. With all the best in pop videos, cartoons and surprise guests it has to be SuperStore - don't forget we open at nine o'clock sharp.

(Back Pages: page 86)

Contributors

Presenter:
Mike Read
Presenter:
Keith Chegwin
Presenter:
Sarah Greene
Presenter:
John Craven
Presenter:
David Icke
Guest/Stuntman:
Eddie Kidd
Bird Expert:
Peter Holden
Musicians:
null Aha
Swimmer:
Sarah Hardcastle
Editor:
Chris Bellinger

with Paul Alexander For Jesus' followers,
Saturday was a day of despair. It was also a time to find comfort in some of the Master's sayings. In this Saturday programme, Paul Alexander recalls some of the teachings Jesus left behind.
Cameraman JIM PEIRSON Sound RON BROWN Editor JOHN LEE
Producer JIM MURRAY

Contributors

Unknown:
Paul Alexander
Unknown:
Paul Alexander
Unknown:
Jim Peirson
Unknown:
Sound Ron Brown
Editor:
John Lee
Producer:
Jim Murray

see panel including at
12.50 News Summary

Grandstand 12.15 - 5.5 pm
Introduced by Desmond Lynam

Timetable* 12.16 Boat Race 12.20 Football Focus 12.55 Racing 1.10 Boat Race 1.15 Swimming 1.25 Racing 1.40 Boat Race 1.55 Racing 2.10 Boat Race 3.10 Swimming 3.30 Rugby League 3.50 Half-times 3.55 Rugby League 4.30 Formula One Preview
* Timings are subject to alteration

The Boat Race
The Ladbroke University Boat Race Oxford v Cambridge There are about 11 things Cambridge don't need reminding of right now, nine of them are to do with not winning since 1975, then there's that barge last year and the needless smart remarks about women drivers - Henrietta Shaw coxes them this year. No matter. Harry Carpenter and Chris Bailleu (circa Montreal 76) who can row a bit, commentate.
Feature: page 9

Football Focus
on the dry, with Harry Gration

Racing from Haydock Park

1.0 The Philip Comes Nickel Alloys Stakes (Qualifier, 5f) 1.30 The Holsten Diat Pils Maiden Stakes (ljm 131yds) 2.0 The Valspar Paints Handicap (1m 40yds) Commentators PETER O'SULLEVAN JULIAN WILSON, JIMMY LINDLEY

Swimming

The Hewlett-Packard ASA National Short Course Championship Add to that, that the 25 metre Sharston Pool is at Wythenshawe in Greater Manchester, and Olympians Sarah Hardcastle and Adrian Moorhouse are among the swimmers, with Alan Weeks and Hamilton Bland the commentators-and just be grateful it's only short course!

[Photo caption] Peter Sterling will be in action for Hull against Castleford this afternoon

Rugby League
The Silk Cut Challenge Cup Hull v Castleford
Headingley, Leeds will be packed to the rafters for this second semi-final. Ray French and Alex Murphy may have to raise their voices to be heard, so don't adjust your sets.

Final Score
Classified results; pools check

Television presentation Boat Race JOHNNIE WATHERSTON Racing BILL TAYLOR Swimming ALASTAIR SCOTT Rugby League KEITH PHILLIPS Assistant Editor. Grandstand BRIAN BARWICK Producer, Grandstand MARTIN HOPKINS Editor. Grandstand JOHN PHILIPS

The famous gold belt and lasso mean one thing - the beautiful Amazon princess is back to do battle against evil!
Starring Lynda Carter as Wonder Woman and Diana Prince
with Lyle Waggoner as Major Steve Trevor, Normann Burton as Joe Atkinson

Wonder Woman's amazing powers are called upon when IADC uncover a group of Nazis experimenting with a cloning process which threatens to recreate the most menacing of adversaries...
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Contributors

Writer:
Dallas S. Barnes
Director:
Alan Crosland
Wonder Woman/Diana Prince:
Lynda Carter
Major Steve Trevor:
Lyle Waggoner
Joe Atkinson:
Normann Burton
Fritz Gerlich:
Mel Ferrer
Heinrich von Klemper:
Leon Charles
Hitler:
Barry Dennen
Gaitan:
Julio Medina

by John Kane
Starring Terry Scott and June Whitfield

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Contributors

Writer:
John Kane
Designer:
Gloria Clayton
Producer/Director:
Peter Whitmore
Terry:
Terry Scott
June:
June Whitfield
Brenda:
Josephine Tewson
Geoffrey:
Anthony Morton
French officer:
Gareth Armstrong
Hostess:
Kirsten Cooke
Gendarme:
Peter Bland
Customs officer:
Ivor Danvers
Railway man:
Ben Howard
Policeman:
Brian Jameson
Waitress:
Fiesta Mei Ling

Hosted by Noel Edmonds Introduced by Mike Smith Noel's back with a special seasonal edition of the Golden Egg Awards for a celebration of out-takes, foul-ups, slips, trips and blunders. You've seen the BAFTAs and Oscars, now for the most prestigious event in the awards calendar. Join us tonight at the BBC's Greenwood Theatre in salubrious SE1 to find out just who will be receiving these coveted trophies.
Compiled, written and researched by SARAH WILLIAMS
Production MICHAEL HURLL

Contributors

Unknown:
Noel Edmonds
Introduced By:
Mike Smith
Unknown:
Sarah Williams
Unknown:
Michael Hurll

Paul Daniels conjures up all the thrills and excitement of the big top in his very own magic circus, has an hilarious fairground encounter in the Bunco booth and introduces from America his remarkable guests:
Tom Noddy , the Bubble Man, returning to the show by popular demand, and Airjazz, combining high speed juggling, comedy and dance techniques as you have never seen before.
Also featuring Debbie McGee and the Brian Rogers Dancers Musical director KEN JONES Choreography BRIAN ROGERS
Programme associate ALI BONGO
Technical consultant GIL LEANEY Sound MALCOLM JOHNSON Lighting RON BRISTOW Designer KEN STARKEY Director DAVID TAYLOR
Produced by JOHN FISHER

Contributors

Unknown:
Paul Daniels
Unknown:
Tom Noddy
Unknown:
Debbie McGee
Unknown:
Malcolm Johnson
Unknown:
Lighting Ron Bristow
Designer:
Ken Starkey
Director:
David Taylor
Produced By:
John Fisher

starring
Fallon
In Portland, Oregon, Jeff discovers that Fallon is still alive. Alexis puts all her trust in Adam and prepares for the day when she will regain control of the Carrington estate. But she flies too near to the sun in Venezuela and comes down to earth with a bang!
Written by EDWARD DEBLASIO Directed by GWEN ARNER
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Contributors

Written By:
Edward Deblasio
Directed By:
Gwen Arner
Blake:
John Forsythe
Krystle:
Linda Evans
Alexis:
Joan Collins
Jeff:
John James
Adam:
Gordon Thomson
Steven:
Jack Coleman
Claudia:
Pamela Bellwood
Dex:
Michael Nader
Sammy Jo:
Heather Locklear
Dominique:
Diahann Carroll
Billy:
Kevin McCarthy

a special holiday presentation of the famous spoof western
starring Gene Wilder, Cleavon Little, Mel Brooks, Madeline Kahn
Mel Brooks's riotous wild western parody is the tale of how a black sheriff saves the town of Rock Ridge from a crooked speculator - but only after a great deal of inspired lunacy has been unleashed in the form of Gene Wilder as the alcoholic, once legendary, Waco Kid, Madeline Kahn as the super-sexy Lily Von Shtupp and Brooks himself doubling as the corrupt Governor Lepetomane and as a Kosher Indian Chief. What more can one ask for apart from one of the world's greatest pie fights, a mountain of cheesecake and a Buddy Bizarre Musical?
(First showing on British television)
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Contributors

Screenplay:
Mel Brooks
Screenplay:
Norman Steinberg
Screenplay:
Andrew Bergman
Screenplay:
Richard Pryor
Screenplay:
Alan Uger
Producer:
Michael Hertzberg
Director:
Mel Brooks
Bart:
Cleavon Little
Jim:
Gene Wilder
Taggart:
Slim Pickens
Olson Johnson:
David Huddleston
Rev Johnson:
Liam Dunn
Mongo:
Alex Karras
Howard Johnson:
John Hillerman
Van Johnson:
George Furth
Gabby Johnson:
Claude E. Starrett, Jr
Governor Lepetomane/Indian Chief:
Mel Brooks
Hedley Lamarr:
Harvey Korman
Lilly Von Shtupp:
Madeline Kahn
Harriet Johnson:
Carol Arthur
Charlie:
Charles McGregor
Miss Stein:
Robyn Hilton
Buddy Bizarre:
Dom Deluise
Dr Sam Johnson:
Richard Collie
Gum Chewer:
Don Megowan
First cut throat:
Karl Lukas
Lyle:
Burton Gilliam
Count Basie:
Count Basie

Introduced by Jimmy Hill Action highlights from Canon League First and Second Division matches plus analysis and interviews. Also, the result of the March Goal of the Month competition.

Contributors

Presenter:
Jimmy Hill
Commentator:
John Motson
Commentator:
Barry Davies
Studio Director:
Murray Needham
Producer:
Fred Viner
Series Producer:
John Shrewsbury
Editor:
Bob Abrahams

starring
Fredric March
Miriam Hopkins
Continuing a season of Saturday horror films. Often acclaimed as the best and most temtying screen version of Robert Louis Stevenson 's classic spine-chilling tale. Fredric March gives an Oscar-winning performance as the young physician whose experiments on himself turn him into an evil monster.
Screenplay by SAMUEL HOFFENSTEIN and PERCY HEATH
Based on the novel by ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON
Directed by ROUBEN MAMOULLAN
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Contributors

Unknown:
Miriam Hopkins
Unknown:
Robert Louis Stevenson
Unknown:
Samuel Hoffenstein
Unknown:
Percy Heath
Novel By:
Robert Louis Stevenson
Directed By:
Rouben Mamoullan
Dr Henry Jekyll/Mr Hyde:
Fredric March
Ivy Parsons:
Miriam Hopkins
Muriel Carew:
Rose Hobart
Dr Lanyan:
Holmes Herbert
Brig-Gen Carew:
Halliwell Hobbes
Poole:
Edgar Norton
Utterson:
Arnold Lucy
Hobson:
Colonel MacDonnell
Mrs Hawkins:
Tempe Pigott

BBC One London

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BBC One is a TV channel that started broadcasting on the 20th April 1964. It replaced BBC Television.

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