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BBC One London

Crimewatch UK

The programme where viewers across the country can help police solve serious crime. Alan Leppard had spent Easter Monday happily at home with his girlfriend in the quiet village of Monkton,
Kent. That night he was shot dead on his own doorstep.
Could you have seen his killers in a large American car?
Please ring [number removed].
Lines are open throughout the programme and up until midnight. Presented by Nick Ross and Sue Cook with Superintendent David Hatcher and WDC Jacqui Hames. Studio director Pieter Morpurgo Producer Nikki Cheetham
Details on Ceefax page 618
(Crimewatch UK Update at 11.15pm) 0 TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888
BBC One London

Crimewatch UK Update

The latest developments based on viewers' calls.
BBC One London

Crimewatch UK

The programme where viewers across the country can help police solve serious crime. Inventor John Green was murdered at his home in Poole. Dorest detectives need your help to find two men seen scuffling with him in the street. And who did he arrange to meet at a roadside cafe just days before his murder? If you can help, phone lines will be open on [number removed]from 9.00pm until midnight. If you witnessed an armed robbery would you be able to identify the robbers? At the start of Crime Prevention Week
Crimewatch UK stages an armed robbery and tests three viewers on their observational powers. Could you do better? Presented by Nick Ross and Sue Cook with Superintendent David Hatcher and Detective
Constable Jacqui Hames. Studio director Pieter Morpurgo Producer Nikki Cheetham
Details on Ceefax page 618
(Crimewatch UK Update at 11.15pm) 0 TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888
BBC One London

Crimewatch UK Update

The latest developments based on viewers' calls.
BBC One London

Crimewatch UK

The programme where viewers across the country can help police solve serious crime. Detectives want to trace all taxi driver Steve Johnson 's passengers in Stoke-on-Trent on the evening of Friday 21 December. One of them decided to kill him.
Perhaps you were shopping in Cheltenham on Wednesday 30 January? If so, you may have seen a gunman and his accomplice. And
Maria Requina from Manchester was murdered only weeks after talking on TV about the dangers of street life.
If you can help, please phone [number removed]; lines are open from 9.30pm until midnight tonight. Presented by Nick Ross and Sue Cook with Superintendent David Hatcher and WDC Jacqui Hames. Studio director Pieter Morpurgo Producer Nikki Cheetham
Details on Ceefax page 618
(Crimewatch UK Update at 11.55pm) • TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888
BBC One London

Crimewatch UK Update

The latest developments based on viewers' calls.
BBC One London

Crimewatch UK

At 39 Derrick Johnson was a happy family man. He always phoned his son if he had to work late in Canning Town, east London. But on Tuesday 6 November there was no phone call. Derrick Johnson had been murdered. Police appeal for help on this and other serious crimes.
Please ring [number removed].
Lines are open throughout the programme and up until midnight. Presented by Nick Ross and Sue Cook with Supt David Hatcher and WDC Jacqui Hames.
Studio director Pieter Morpurgo Producer Nikki Cheetham . Details on Ceefax page 618
(Crimewatch UK Update at 11.20pm) 0 CEEFAX SUBTITLES
BBC One London

Crimewatch UK Update

The latest developments based on viewers' calls.
BBC One London

Crimewatch UK

The programme where viewers can help police solve serious crime. A murder case is never completely closed until an arrest is made.
Tonight police reveal their current investigation into a crime which happened 20 years ago. Two girls, Barbara Mayo and Jackie Ansell-Lamb , were murdered near the Ml and M6 after hitch-hiking north. With viewers' help, officers believe they can now solve the case and close their files at last. Presented by Nick Ross and Sue Cook with Superintendent David Hatcher and DC Jacqui Hames. Producer Nikki Cheetham
Details on Ceefax page 618
(Crimewatch UK Update at 12midnight) 0 CEEFAX SUBTITLES
BBC One London

Crimewatch UK Update

The latest developments in tonight's cases, based on viewers' calls.
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BBC One London

Crimewatch UK

The programme where viewers across the country can help police solve serious crime. On Merseyside an armed gang threatened a policeman, who feared for his life. Perhaps you saw them escaping down Penny Lane? Tonight detectives appeal for your help on this and many other serious cases. Presented by Nick Ross and Sue Cook with Superintendent David Hatcher and DC Jacqui Hames. Studio director Pieter Morpurgo Producer Nikki Cheetham Details on Ceefax page 618
(■Crimewatch UK Update' at 11.45pm) 0 CEEFAX SUBTITLES
BBC One London

Children in Need

Terry Wogan, Sue Cook and top names in entertainment see Pudsey Bear into his second decade. In London, children's entertainer
Dave Benson Phillips greets the fund-raisers, while Supt David Hatcher and DC Jacqui Hames of Crimewatch UK man the Children in Need Incident Desk. And in BBCtv studios throughout the UK, Radio 1 DJ Simon Mayo, 'Allo 'Allo!'s Vicki Michelle and Paul Nicholas of ITV's
Close to Home are among the stars presiding over a night of non-stop entertainment. Last year you helped raise £21.6 million which is improving the quality of life for thousands of Britain's disabled and underprivileged children. Can you make it E25 million this time?
COVER STORY: page 30
7.30pm Children in Need
Richard Vaughan in Southampton keeps a close eye on the grand total, with updates on the night's events in the region. Sally Taylor and Dennis Skillicorn slip up to
Basingstoke for this year's special Children in Need Ice Show. And viewers try to overtake last year's record million-pound donation from the south of England.
7.40pm Children in Need
The 'Allo 'Allo! gang drop in. Then David Essex joins children's choirs to sing the anthem If You Want to Help, Help Children in Need.
8.00pm Bruce Forsyth's Children in Need
Generation Game
Famous contestants and their relations try to win Pudseys. With Rosemarie Ford.
8.30pm Children in Need
Mark Curry, Caron Keating and the Radio 5 team host a Fast Forward disco. Then Terry Wogan builds a 500-mile-high Pudsey Bear.
9.00pm Nine O'Clock News With Martyn Lewis. Regional News
Weekend Weather Ian McCaskill
9.30pm Children in Need
Terry Wogan returns, with Gloria Hunniford playing Ginger Rogers opposite three unlikely Fred Astaires; Antiques Roadshow presents an Old Tyme Music Hall; and Harry Carpenter and Desmond Lynam take on Ian St John and Jimmy Greaves in a sports quiz, with Frank Bruno as score-keeper. At 11.15pm the Royal Mail Coach, drawn by six Hungarian greys, stands and delivers to Terry Wogan after a marathon two-week fund-raising tour of the BBC regions.
Including at
9.50-10.30pm Children of Courage Esther Rantzen and Gavin Campbell meet some children who have shown great initiative and determination.
11.35pm Pudsey on Ice
Reports from across the region as fund-raisers take a break to enjoy a sparkling half-hour of entertainment.
12.00 Cabaret Hour
Hosted by Terry Wogan and Sue
Cook. The casts of Miss Saigon and The Phantom of the Opera perform live in the studio, there's a duet by Michael Buerk and Sandy Gall, and stars from film, TV and pop make appearances. Roy Castle leads the most unusual jazz band in the world with celebrity musicians spread throughout the UK.
1.15am Regional Roundup How Children in Need night has gone in your area.
1.45am Highlights Memorable moments.
1.55am Grand Total
The total so far - but there's still time to make a donation.
(Watch 'Going Live!' tomorrow morning for updates)
BBC One London

Crimewatch UK Update

The latest developments in tonight's cases, based on viewers' calls.
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BBC One London

Crimewatch UK

The programme where viewers across the country can help police solve serious crime. Please phone [number removed]. Lines are open throughout the programme and up until midnight. Presented by Nick Ross and Sue Cook with Supt David Hatcher and DC Jacqui Hames. Studio director Pieter Morpurgo Producer Nikki Cheetham Details on Ceefax page 618
('Crimewatch UK Update' at 12.05am)
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BBC One London

Crimewatch UK Update

The latest developments in tonight's cases, based on viewers' calls.
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BBC One London

Crimewatch UK

The programme in which viewers help police solve serious crimes. Josephine Chandler was viciously attacked on a coast-to-coast hike in North Yorkshire. In Kent an off-duty policeman was shot in a high-street raid. Ann Heron lost her life within yards of a busy road in County
Durham. Tonight police appeal for your help on these cases. Please ring [number removed]. Presented by Nick Ross and Sue Cook with Supt David Hatcher and WDC Jacqui Hames.
Studio director Pieter Morpurgo Producer Nikki Cheetham Details on Ceefax page 618
(Vrimewatch UK Update' at 11.50pm)
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BBC One London

Crimewatch UK

The programme in which viewers help police to solve serious crime. On 15 July the small town of Lytham, near Blackpool, enjoyed the sunny afternoon at its annual fete. But only half a mile away two small boys suffered a serious sexual assault. Tonight police appeal for your help. Please ring [number removed]. Presented by Nick Ross and Sue Cook with Supt David Hatcher and WDC Jacqui Hames. Producer Nikki Cheetham Details on Ceefax page 618
('Crimewatch Update' 11,45pm) 0 CEEFAX SUBTITLES
BBC One London

Crimewatch UK Update

The latest developments in tonight's cases based on viewers' calls.
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BBC One London

Crimewatch UK

The programme in which viewers help police solve serious crime.
Perhaps you unwittingly hold the vital clue to the murder of an 11-year-old Brixton schoolboy; can throw some light on a vicious attack on a civil engineer in Norfolk; or saw something of an attempted robbery at a Midland bank in Merseyside. Detectives from around the country will be waiting for your call to the Crimewatch studio. If you can help please ring
[number removed]anytime from 9.30pm until midnight.
Presented by Nick Ross and Sue Cook with Supt David Hatcher and WDC Jacqui Hames. Studio Director Pieter Morpurgo Producer Nikki Cheetham
Details on CEEFAX page 618
(■Crimewatch UK Update' at 1 15pm)
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BBC One London

Crimewatch UK Update

The latest developments in tonight's cases based on viewers' calls.
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