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with Mike Read Keith Chegwin Sarah Greene and Vicky Licorish Mike Read and the Superstore gang have crammed the store full to bursting point with Christmas entertainment. Morten, Pal and Mags from a-ha are live in the store - you can chat to them on [number removed](lines are open from 8.30). There's music from the London Community Gospel Choir, joined in the store by young Welsh singing superstar Aled Jones.
Phillip Schofield has another TV Talkback feature. This week he looks at comedy shows on television.
Paul Nicholas , the star of top comedy show Just Good Friends, is calling in too.
Superstore vet Nigel Taylor will be with Keith, who's out and about with the delivery van this morning. Dreaming along with them are rock group Status Quo. Mike and Sarah present two more astounding acts in a special Christmas Teacher's Turn and Vicky has news of a giant caterpillar. There's a terrific selection of Christmas cartoons, competitions and surprise guests in store too. Editor CHRIS BELLINGER

Contributors

Unknown:
Mike Read
Unknown:
Keith Chegwin
Unknown:
Sarah Greene
Unknown:
Vicky Licorish
Unknown:
Mike Read
Unknown:
Aled Jones.
Unknown:
Phillip Schofield
Unknown:
Paul Nicholas
Unknown:
Nigel Taylor
Editor:
Chris Bellinger

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including at 12.50 News Summary
Weather Bill Giles

12.15-5.5pm
Grandstand
Introduced by Desmond Lynam
Featuring Rugby League

Timetable
12.20 Football Focus
12.55 Racing
1.10 Sports Review
1.25 Racing
1.40 Sports Review
2.0 Racing
2.15 Rugby League
2.55 Ice Hockey
3.5 Rugby League
3.50 Half times
3.55 Ice Hockey
4.35 Final Score
* Timings are subject to alteration

Rugby League
Featuring live coverage of the first John Player Special trophy semi-final. Grandstand will be carrying the second semi-final next Saturday and the final will be shown the following Saturday, 10 January.

Ice Hockey: Nottingham Panthers v Dundee Rockets
Autumn Cup winners Nottingham against the Heineken League leaders - look out for Jaroslav Lycka, the Czech rocket.

Racing from Chepstow
1.0 Philip Cornes Novices' Hurdle Race (Qualifier, 2 1/2m)
1.30 Finale Junior Hurdle Race (2m)
2.5 Coral Welsh National (H'cap 'chase, 3m 6f)
Rhyme and Reason, last year's third Kumbi, and and the Hennessy first and second Broadheath and Two Coppers: some of the early fancies.

Football Focus
with Bob Wilson
Half times, final score

Contributors

Presenter:
Desmond Lynam
Commentator (Rugby League):
Alex Murphy
Commentator (Rugby League):
Ray French
Commentator (Ice Hockey):
Alan Weeks
Commentator (Ice Hockey):
Red Imrie
Commentator (Racing):
Peter O'Sullevan
Commentator (Racing):
Julian Wilson
Commentator (Racing):
Richard Pitman
Presenter (Football Focus):
Bob Wilson
Television Presentation (Rugby League):
Keith Phillips
Television Presentation (Ice Hockey):
Johnnie Watherston
Television Presentation (Racing):
Fred Viner
Assistant Editor, Grandstand:
Brian Barwick
Producer, Grandstand:
Martin Hopkins
Editor, Grandstand:
John Philips

starring Bob Monkhouse More exciting prizes to be won on television's bingo quiz show, as the four hopeful contestants compete for the chance of a dream holiday when one of them wins the final round of Bob's Full House. Game devised by and DAVID MOORE Programme associate COLIN EDMONDS
Lighting FRED WRIGHT Sound JOHN DELANY Director GEOFF MILES
Producer BRIAN WHITEHOUSE
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Contributors

Unknown:
Bob Monkhouse
Unknown:
David Moore
Unknown:
Colin Edmonds
Unknown:
Fred Wright
Unknown:
John Delany
Director:
Geoff Miles
Producer:
Brian Whitehouse

starring with The adaptation of Dickens's famous story about little orphan Oliver, and his adventures with the Artful Dodger and master pickpocket Fagin, won six
Academy Awards for director Carol Reed. The memorable musical numbers include 'Food, glorious food',
'Consider yourself, 'You've got to pick a pocket or two', and 'As long as he needs me'.
Screenplay by VERNON HARRIS
Music and lyrics by LIONEL BART Produced by JOHN WOOLF Directed by CAROL REED
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Contributors

Director:
Carol Reed.
Unknown:
Vernon Harris
Unknown:
Lionel Bart
Produced By:
John Woolf
Directed By:
Carol Reed
Fagin:
Ron Moody
Bill Sykes:
Oliver Reed
Mr Bumble:
Harry Secombe
Nancy:
Shani Wallis
Oliver:
Mark Lester
Artful Dodger:
Jack Wild
Magistrate:
Hugh Griffith
Charlie Bates:
Clive Moss
Widow Comey:
Peggy Mount
Mr Sowerberry:
Leonard Rossiter
Mr Brownlow:
Joseph O'Conor
Mrs Sowerberry:
Hylda Baker
Bet:
Sheila White
Noah Claypole:
Kenneth Cranham
Mrs Bedwin:
Megs Jenkins
Dr Grimwig:
Wensley Pithey
Jessop:
James Hayter
Chairman:
Fred Emney
Charlotte:
Elizabeth Knight

In this week's show, Paul Daniels goes down on the farm to discover 'Where Did the Ducks Go?' and pays tribute to the legendary mind-reader Maurice Fogel in > 'Extra-sensory Deception'. He also introduces his remarkable guests: from the USA, puppeteer extraordinaire Bob Hartman and world champion horseshoe pitchers
Danny and Sue Kuchcinski and from The Philippines,
Acro-Mechanico with their
] unique blend of acrobatics and robotics.
Special guest Percy Edwards Featuring DEBBIE MCGEE Musical director KEN JONES
Programme associate ALI BONGO i Technical consultant GIL LEANEY I Sound MALCOLM JOHNSON ' Lighting BILL
MILLAR Designer DACRE PUNT
Director MICHAEL LEGGO Produced by JOHN FISHER
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Contributors

Unknown:
Paul Daniels
Unknown:
Maurice Fogel
Unknown:
Bob Hartman
Unknown:
Sue Kuchcinski
Unknown:
Percy Edwards
Unknown:
Featuring Debbie McGee
Director:
Ken Jones
Unknown:
Ali Bongo
Unknown:
Gil Leaney
Unknown:
Malcolm Johnson
Unknown:
Millar Designer Dacre
Director:
Michael Leggo
Produced By:
John Fisher

Survival by WALLY K. DALY 'I doubt whether there's a husband in a thousand who has any idea what their wives are going through, after this.'
Series created by PAUL UNWIN and JEREMY BROCK Script editor CAROLINE OULTON Designer GEORGE KYRIAKIDES Producer GERAINT MORRIS
Director MICHAEL BRAYSHAW
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Contributors

Unknown:
Wally K. Daly
Unknown:
Paul Unwin
Unknown:
Jeremy Brock
Editor:
Caroline Oulton
Designer:
George Kyriakides
Producer:
Geraint Morris
Director:
Michael Brayshaw
Ewart:
Bernard Gallagher
Charlie:
Derek Thompson
Roz Plimmer:
Sonia Woolley
Jeremy:
Jon Glover
Baz:
Julia Watson
Ponting:
Robert Pugh
Mute:
Usa Bowerman
Arthur:
Keith Marsh
Megan:
Brenda Fricker
Ted Roach:
Nigel Anthony
Kuba:
Christopher Rozycki
Duffy:
Cathy Shipton
Susie:
Debbie Roza
King:
George Harris
Timmy Doyle:
Adam Richardson
Harriet:
Susan Jameson
Maria:
Dorota Zienska
Father:
Witold Schejbal

Harry Secombe made his professional stage debut at the Windmill Theatre in 1946. Forty years on, after a wide-ranging career, the Variety Club of Great Britain gave a celebration dinner in honour of Sir Harry Secombe CBE, D Mus.
His own brand of humour, the high-pitched giggle and thrilling tenor voice are much in evidence, as he celebrates his special anniversary surrounded by family and friends including:
Michael Bentine , The Beverley Sisters Leslie Crowther , Barry Cryer Sir Geraint Evans
Lulu, Jimmy Tarbuck
Viscount Tonypandy and the Treorchy Male Voice Choir Introduced by Ron Moody Sound JOHN CAULFIELD Lighting JOHN MASON Designer JOHN HURST
Production RICK GARDNER

Contributors

Unknown:
Harry Secombe
Unknown:
Sir Harry Secombe
Unknown:
Michael Bentine
Unknown:
Leslie Crowther
Unknown:
Barry Cryer
Unknown:
Sir Geraint Evans
Unknown:
Jimmy Tarbuck
Unknown:
Viscount Tonypandy
Introduced By:
Ron Moody
Unknown:
John Caulfield
Unknown:
John Mason
Designer:
John Hurst
Unknown:
Rick Gardner

starring Bo Derek
Richard Harris
John Phillip Law and Miles O'Keeffe Jim Parker , his beautiful daughter Jane and the safari photographer Holt, search the wilds of Africa for a fabled elephant graveyard. Instead, they find an inland sea and Tarzan, the legendary ape man. The shapely Bo Derek stars as a sexy new Jane in this version of Edgar Rice
Burroughs's fantasy, directed by her husband, John Derek.
Screenplay by TOM ROWE and GARY GODDARD
Produced by BO DEREK Directed by JOHN DEREK
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Contributors

Unknown:
Bo Derek
Unknown:
Richard Harris
Unknown:
John Phillip Law
Unknown:
Miles O'Keeffe
Unknown:
Jim Parker
Unknown:
Bo Derek
Unknown:
Edgar Rice
Unknown:
John Derek.
Unknown:
Tom Rowe
Unknown:
Gary Goddard
Produced By:
Bo Derek
Directed By:
John Derek
Jane Parker:
Bo Derek
James Parker:
Richard Harris
Harry Holt:
John Philup Law
Tarzan:
Miles O'Keeffe
Nambia 'Africa':
Akushula Selayah
Ivory King:
Steven Strong
Riano:
Maxime Philoe
Club members:
Wilfrid Hyde White
Club members:
Laurie Mains,
Club members:
Harold Ayer
Orang-utan:
C J

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