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Gentle Ben

A series about the adventures of a boy and his gentle pet, the giant bear called Ben.
Mark Wedloe (Clint Howard ) brags about Ben's bag of tricks and finds himself in a potentially embarrassing situation at school. (R) 0 CEEFAX SUBTITLES
BBC One London

Newsround

A news programme for children.
BBC One London

The Lowdown

Real-life stories about children today, told by children themselves. Hot off the Press. Every morning, whatever the weather, an army of
350.000 boys and girls sets out to deliver our daily newspapers. But, according to Andrew Neil , editor of The Sunday Times, they may eventually lose their jobs to delivery trucks or even milk floats. Director Richard Kelly
Executive producer Eric Rowan (R)
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BBC One London

Nobody Asked Me

A prize-winning documentary about an East German boy who decided to join the growing wave of people escaping to the west. Narrated by Roger Finn.
Producer Marshall Corwin
BBC One London

Newsround

A news programme for children.
BBC One London

Grange Hill

2: Tegs is not sure whether he is happy about his actions. Episode written by Chris Ellis (R)
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BBC One London

Gentle Ben

Last in the series about a boy and his pet bear. A storm breaks when Ellen (Beth Brickell ) takes her son Mark (Clint Howard ) camping. (R) 0 CEEFAX SUBTITLES
BBC One London

Newsround

A news programme for children.
BBC One London

Grange Hill

4: Hankin asks Monroe if he can have his tie back.
Episode written by Margaret Simpson Producer Albert Barber Director John Smith (R)
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BBC One London

Record Breakers

First destination in the new series is
Paris, with Roy Castle barnstorming his way to a record on top of a plane. American reporter Ron Reagan Jr, son of the former US president, tests the world's longest limo. Norris McWhirter announces an exciting competition looking for your cover design for the next Guinness Book of Records; while in the studio another world record is all set to be smashed.
With Cheryl Baker. Director Adrian Mills Producer Greg Childs
BBC One London

Newsround

A news programme for children.
BBC One London

Grange Hill

6: Mike and Georgina finally arrange a date and go out to the cinema.
Episode written by Kay Trainor (R)
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BBC One London

Record Breakers

Today's programme presented by Roy Castle , Cheryl Baker and Ron Reagan Jr features a hurdling record with a difference, championship windsurfing, the world's biggest and smallest ridable bikes and bedmaking at breakneck speed with Casualty's Staff Nurse Duffin, Cathy Shipton. Director Adrian Mills Producer Greg Childs
BBC One London

Newsround

A news programme for children.
BBC One London

Grange Hill

Miss Booth has changed her image.
Episode written by David Angus Producer Albert Barber
Director Andrew Whitman (R)
0 CEEFAX SUBTITLES
BBC One London

Record Breakers

Over 200 people skipping simultaneously on one rope; a 14-year-old who pinched a plane to hunt down Hitler; ski-ing over 60mph with no sign of snow or water; and in the studio an attempt on another record. Roy Castle ,
Cheryl Baker and Norris McWhirter present television's top record-breaking show. Director Adrian Mills Producer Greg Childs
0 COMPETITION: send your entries to [address removed]. Closing date: 26 October 1990.
BBC One London

Newsround

A news programme for children.
BBC One London

Grange Hill

10: The Rashim household receives a copy of Aichaa's magazine. (R) ● CEEFAX SUBTITLES
BBC One London

Record Breakers

Roy Castle and Cheryl Baker encounter a giant vegetable about to embark on an American tour. In the USA, Cheryl takes up the slack in the world's toughest tug-of-war while Roy sets a stopwatch on Canada's yodelling king. There's a chance to celebrate with Angela Rippon 40 years of Come Dancing, Britain's longest-running television show, and in the studio
John Kenmuir tries to break the world stamp-licking record. Director Adrian Mills Producer Greg Childs
0 COMPETITION: send your entries to Guinness BooA of Records Competition,
33 London Road, Enfield, Middlesex EN2 6DJ. Closing date. 26 October 1990.
BBC One London

Newsround

A news programme for children.






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