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The new BBC Programme Explorer has 22 playable programmes that match your search for "Delia smith".

BBC One London

Saturday Superstore

with Mike Read
Keith Chegwin , Sarah Greene John Craven and Midge Ure and Ultravox Derek Griffiths , Delia Smith The Cars
Join the Superstore gang for a fun-packed morning -come cooking with Delia Smith ,
(check out the recipe on page 95), and make ginger oat biscuits. There is live music from Midge Ure and Ultravox - they will be playing their brand-new single. Derek Griffiths will be 'helping' Keith in the warehouse or should it be 'hindering'! Watch out too for heavy traffic when The Cars 'drive' into the Coffee Shop this morning. There are loads of cartoons, competitions and film clips in stock so get switched on to Saturday morning's SuperStore. Editor CHRIS BELLINGER
12.12 pm Weather
IAN MCCASKILL
BBC One London

Saturday Superstore

with Mike Read Keith Chegwin
Sarah Greene and Keith Harris and Orville Delia Smith
Norris McWhirter Kim Wilde
Giles Brandreth
What's in store this morning? Well for a start, cooking expert Delia Smith will be here -she'll be making chocolate truffles. Check out the recipe on page 79.
Keith Harris and Orville will be in to sing their latest song 'The superduck'. You can call them on [number removed](the lines are open from 8.30).
Expert on world records Norris McWhirter will be here in the store. He'll have details on some special seasonal superlatives.
In the music department will be Kim Wilde. You can hear her latest single.
Writer Giles Brandreth has a great selection of jokes and games to try out on the coffee shop - you can play them too!
If you're wondering what to see in the Christmas break, Sarah has her holiday films round-up to help you choose. Keith will be competing in a top-class show jumping event -live! So don't miss a minute.
For all the very best in cartoons, guests, pop music and jokes it must be Saturday SuperStore! Editor CHRIS BELLINGER
(Book, 92.95from booksellers)
BBC One London

Saturday Superstore

with Mike Read , Keith Chegwin Sarah Greene and David Icke
Nick Kershaw is in the Music Department with Mike. Phone him on [number removed]. Cookery expert Delia Smith is in the Kitchen Department with a special recipe. Remember tough guys Bodie and Doyle? Martin Shaw , Doyle in The Professionals, has changed his image. Find out how when he calls in to the store today. There are a hundred or so other guests when the London Community Gospel Choir sing live. Let's hope there's room for Todd Carty. A brand new series of Tucker's Luck starts on Tuesday and Todd is in store to talk about it. Helping Keith on the delivery van are his special guests Tony Blackburn and Suzanne Dando. If you sent in a request for your 'Magic Sporting Moment' then David could have it in stock and could be joined by a certain sporting superstar.
Editor chris BELLINGER
Cooking with Delia: page 77
BBC One London

Saturday Superstore

General Manager Mike Read invites you to shop by post and phone and place your orders at any Department. Orders taken from 9.0 on [number removed]. Grand opening of the Roof Garden today - join Sarah Greene there for some gardening hints. Keith Chegwin will be getting his skates on for a chat with ice star Robin Cousins. He'll be along to take your calls. Can you juggle? Join in the fun as Mike and the Superstore team learn the tricks of the trade from an expert. Performing live in the Music Department today hit makers Musical Youth, with their latest hit single. Win their star bargain! Fancy a bite to eat? Delia Smith's cooking up something tasty for you to make this weekend. Don't forget to write to manager Mike with your news, jokes, orders and tellygrams to [address removed].
BBC One London

Saturday Superstore

with Mike Read
Keith Chegwin and John Craven
Anyone for Tennis? It's Mike's favourite game, and he's asked a champion along this morning to join us in the main hall. Yes, it's
Sue Barker, who'll be around to give you tips, answer your calls and offer a bargain. Ring her on [number removed].
Among other things, Keith's got Tears for Fears on his delivery van, so if he parks near you, pop along and join them for a fun-filled morning.
There's plenty of music this morning, cartoons and The Monkees! If there's anything else you want to see, don't forget Manager Mike is always ready to take your orders for sport, clothes, pets - you name them, we'll try to get them in. Good Cats in the Coffee Shop! Delia Smith 's got something tasty for you. Discover how to make it and have a feast this weekend.
A message from John: 'Have you got any urgent message for your friends? Do you want to let the world know of your play, your sponsorship, your school, or local events? If so, Customer Services can help you. Write to me with your Tellygram, and we'll try to fit it in. Don't forget to say what date you want your message transmitted, especially if it's a birthday greeting.'
Here's the address: Saturday Superstore, [address removed]






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