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Saturday Superstore is a children's television series, broadcast on BBC1 from 1982 until 1987. It was shown on Saturday mornings with presenters including Mike Read, Sarah Greene, Keith Chegwin and John Craven. The show was very similar to its predecessor Multi-Coloured Swap Shop, which had ended the previous year.
The biggest department store in British television reopens its doors for business at 9 o'clock sharp.
General Manager Mike Read and his staff are here with great guests for you to chat to, chart-topping live bands, exclusive pop videos, your most requested cartoons plus competitions with the most amazing prizes. Join Mike and the gang for the welcome return of all your old favourites plus a whole host of Superstore surprises.
Join the SuperStore gang for a full morning's 'live' entertainment with their special guests, which include ex-Monty Python man
Michael Palin , the Coventry-based chart band King, fashion expert Karen Foster with tips on successful jumble sale technique and Midge Ure with his latest single 'If I was'. Also in store: a chance to join an official Loch Ness Monster Hunt.
Henry's Cat and Fonz and the Happy Days Gang are on the cartoon bill.
Don't miss the latest episode in the soap to end all soaps - the saga of the latest happenings down at the 'Crow's Road' Motel.
There's a store stocked full of lively entertainment this morning. Patrick Moore has the latest news on Halley's Comet. You can phone him on [number removed]. Shakin' Stevens is around too, so are the Thompson Twins. Helping out behind the scenes are B. A. Robertson and Tim Rice , who have news of Children's Book Week.
Roger Daltrey performs his latest single 'After the fire' live in the store.
Also there's the very latest episode of the brilliant new soap opera Crow's Road!
Television's largest Superstore opens its doors this morning to reveal a fantastic package of entertainment. Those nutty boys Madness are helping out, down in the warehouse. Maybe they'll be able to help set a new world record, live in the store, when the coffee shoppers are set the task of licking a sticky problem.
Norris McWhirter is along to see fair play, and to take your calls on [number removed]. Superstore's 'fish' expert Dr Chris Andrews is around all morning, he'll have hints on keeping your fish happy and healthy. As well as the regular features, the customer services department has a special preview of some films to see at half term and Sarah has a great competition to 'Design a Toy', with tremendous prizes for the winner.
Join the Saturday Superstore gang for a morning full of entertainment. Delia Smith has a scrumptious recipe for carrot cake for you to try. There's a visit from animal expert Terry Nutkins. Give him a call! Keith Harris and his little green friend Orville have promised to call in. You can chat to them on the phone as well. Sarah talks to make-up specialist, Barbara Daley. She has tips on achieving this autumn's fashionable looks as well as the best way of coping with problem skin. There's music from Terraplane, who play in the Coffee Shop and Roy Castle tells you about the world of Record Breakers. All this, plus your letters, tellygrams, phone calls and photos in Saturday morning's longest, liveliest show.
Join the Superstore gang for non-stop live entertainment. In store this morning, the stars of the hit series Juliet Bravo. You can call Anna Carteret , who plays Inspector Kate Longton and Mark Botham , who's PC Danny Sparks. Also call if you think you know the answer to Keith's Silly Sound
Competition. You could win one of the amazing Kazoo prizes! John Craven is in with a special Newsround Report on the great dog debate. He'd like to hear your views on how owners should tackle one of the problems left behind by man's best friend. Also calling into the store, Chris Serle. He's got details of the new Windmill programme which starts tomorrow (on BBC2 at 12.10). You could win Chris's special Windmill Bargain. Superstore's animal expert Chris Henwood is here with hints and advice on keeping guinea pigs. Phone him if you have problems with your pet. There's bound to be fireworks too this morning when Lloyd Cole and the Commotions play live in the music department.
There's a lot happening in the store this morning. Only problem is, there's less time to do it in! Today sees the start of National Astronomy Week.
Join the SuperStore gang for live Saturday morning entertainment. In store this morning, a visit from Neil Arthur and Stephen Luscombe - otherwise known as Blancmange. Talking of food, Vicky has been cooking up some really tasty items that don't need any cooking! Nigel Taylor , the Superstore vet, is around this morning. He's got some hints to help you care for your puppies and to keep them happy and healthy. Computer expert Fred Harris from Micro Live is in too. He's got details of an amazing music maker bargain that you could win. Fashion reporter Karen Foster 's in too. She's got a great feature on how to dress like your favourite pop star, but it won't cost you a king's ransom in the process. Also in the music department,
Captain Sensible, who'll be 'helping out' all morning. It's all happening this morning and it starts at 9 o'clock sharp. Don't you dare miss a minute!
The store is jam packed with goodies this morning. Rolf Harris is calling in. John Craven, fresh from the BBC's Children in Need telethon, has the latest update on the total amount raised. Katrina and The Waves are playing their latest single live in the store and Nik Kershaw will be in too. Call him on the SuperStore phone number. England's soccer squad manager Bobby Robson is around all morning. You could win his special bargain and call him on the phone. There's the latest episode in the supersoap - Crow's Road plus tellygrams, Saturday specials, letters, cartoons and all the regular features. Join Mike and the SuperStore gang for an action-packed morning - don't forget, doors open at 9 o'clock sharp!
There's a store packed with goodies for you this morning. The Krankies drop in to take your calls on [number removed]and that's the number that will reach space expert Tim Furniss with your questions on space record breakers. In the music department this morning are cellist Julian Lloyd Webber who is playing live and Bonnie Tyler with the video of her brand new single.
Also in store Junior who sings his new song 'Oh Louise' live in the coffee shop. Sarah previews some of the latest films on release for Christmas, and Homework Hotline is back too.
Wendy Troy is on the phones to help you with your maths homework problems. Give her a call on the Superstore number. If you like owls you can meet some this morning when Darrell Cunningham and Puff call into the store
Join Mike and the "SuperStore" gang for another jam-packed Saturday morning of entertainment. In store today, Floella Benjamin. She's got lots of jokes to tell you but she's asking to hear yours in return. Phone her and maybe you could win a prize. West End theatre star Paul Nicholas calls in. You could win his special bargain - a night out at a London theatre!
John Craven presents his special "Newsround" report for "SuperStore" and asks your opinions in his Tellyvote.
Phillip Schofield, the presenter of Children's BBC, has been persuaded to leave his continuity suite and to take "SuperStore" on a guided tour behind the scenes of the Television Centre presentation area.
Also in store, Lynn Faulds Wood. In her consumer Watchdog report for "SuperStore" she offers some hints on what to look for when you're buying a Christmas tree. Also, if you've bought something and you've got a problem with it, phone her and she'll explain your legal rights.
All this plus the regular features and cartoons go to make up this morning's "SuperStore". It starts at 9 o'clock sharp.
Join the SuperStore gang as they start getting the store ready for Christmas.
Delia Smith calls in with a mouth-watering recipe for mincemeat slices for you to make . You won't believe your ears when you hear a score or more musical snowmen playing around outside in the cold! Comedy superstars Les Dennis and Dustin Gee are in the store to take your calls. Give them a ring on [number removed]. Come 'Up, up and away' with Sarah Chaplin. She wrote to ask Mike to 'make it happen' for her to take a trip in a hot air balloon. If you've got problems wrapping those awkward Christmas presents there's help and advice on hand from expert Vhairi Cotter. Sarah has a round-up of some of the Christmas films on release and Keith is competing at the Olympia horse show but, not on horseback this time! Mike has got some musical news from the EastEnders of Albert Square. Find out more in this morning's jam packed programme. Don't forget, doors open at 9 o'clock sharp.
Mike Read and the SuperStore gang have crammed the store to bursting point with Christmas entertainment. Cliff Richard and Slade are just some of the stars from the pop world who are around today. Superstar magician Paul Daniels is calling in with some tricks to amaze you. The singing Father
Christmas quartet Cantabile are popping in. So is joker Russ Abbott. Olympic bronze medallist Lyndsey MacDonald is with Keith, who's out and about with the delivery van. Let's hope the weather holds for him! To find out, forecaster Ian McCaskill is on hand with his 'snow-news'. There's a terrific selection of Christmas cartoons, competitions and star bargains in stock too. The store opens at 9 o'clock sharp.
Mike Read has arranged a 'nostalgia break' for the SuperStore staff at the Crow Road Motel. Motel manager, Crow, with a little help from Lavinia, Mick and M.R., entertain the surprise guests as they look back at favourite moments from the past year. There's a whole catalogue of cartoon fun from Tom and Jerry, Boss Cat and Henry's Cat. Live musical entertainment from Fine Young Cannibals and the London Community Gospel Choir. There's lots more fun, but with Crow in charge almost anything can happen and who knows who will drop in?
Join the Saturday Superstore gang as they re-open the store for business after the Christmas break. They've been stocking up all departments with loads of goodies. There are star guests for you to phone, the very latest pop videos and the very best cartoons for you to see and bargain competitions with tremendous prizes for you to win. Check out this morning's special features on fashion, wildlife, sport, and maybe you could win a real solid gold nugget too. It's all in store for you this morning.
There's the usual top line-up of cartoons, star guests, music, competitions and features in store this morning. John Craven is in with his Newsround Special Report. Helping out in the Coffee Shop all morning is actor Davey Jones ; wildlife expert and writer Tony Soper is in too. You can phone him on [number removed]. In the music department is special guest Leo Sayer. You can hear his new single 'Unchained melody'. Soccer star turned soccer teacher
Bobby Charlton has a special film report on the progress of the winners of Superstore's worst football team competition.
Watch out when he puts them through their paces. Keith's out and about with the delivery van. He could be near you today.
There's a musical treat in store this morning when Howard Jones , star of the gigantic arenas, plays a surprise concert at a very different venue. Superstore's camera team was there to capture this unusual event. You can chat to one of Britain's top comics when
Gary Wilmot takes your calls on [number removed]. Have you ever thought of keeping a ranch chinchilla as a pet? Superstore's animal expert Chris Henwood has all the facts to help you decide. Phillip Schofield , the presenter of Children's
BBCtv, is the special guest who's helping out in the Coffee Shop all morning.
There's a special bargain in store too. In this, the tenth year of commercial supersonic flight, SuperStore is offering an all-expenses-paid trip to see Concorde! All this plus more adventures with the Fonz, the latest pop videos, your letters and tellygrams in SuperStore.
Join the Saturday Superstore gang as they celebrate a special occasion - the 100th edition! There's an extra special morning of entertainment in store with star guests, the best in cartoons, pop music, prize competitions and useful information. It's all supplied in an action-packed three and a quarter hours. Why don't you join in the party at home? You're invited!
In the store this morning the first heat in this year's Search for a SuperStar talent competition. After months of auditioning thousands of acts up and down the country, the first four of the final 24 selected perform for you.
Which one will get your all-important vote to see them through to the semi-finals? It's up to you, it's your vote that counts!
Talking of superstars, there's a visit from a real superstar, special guest, Roland Rat.
You can call Roland on [number removed]. Also in the store this morning, vet Nigel Taylor.
He's taking your calls on your problem pets as well as telling you what to do if you find a wild animal that's sick or in trouble. There's live music too from new band the Boom Boom Room.
John Craven has his Special Report and he's waiting to hear your views in the SuperStore
Tellyvote. There's the Fonz and loads of other cartoons and competitions lined up as well so don't miss a minute!
In store this morning: heat two of the nationwide Search for a SuperStar talent competition. Another four acts perform, all hoping to get your all-important vote to see them through to the final. Among the guests in the music department today is
Shakin' Stevens with his new video. Sarah has a round-up of some of the latest films on release for half-term and Keith has details of a great competition to design a gigantic mural. If you're a fan of the Muppets then Vicky has some great news for you too. There's the best in cartoons, including Fonz and the Happy Days Gang plus your letters, pictures and tellygrams.
In store this morning heat three of the Search for a SuperStar talent competition. Another four acts perform for you in this nationwide search for talented entertainers. Also calling in, 19-year-old Olympic sprinter Ade Mafe. He's got some great training tips for young athletes.
If you're interested in ballet you can talk to two top dancers on [number removed]. There's Madness in the music department today when
Suggs and the boys call in. You can hear their latest single. Looking after the Coffee Shop crowd all morning, special guest, Radio 1 DJ Janice Long.
There's the best in cartoons, including the Fonz, plus the latest pop videos, your letters, tellygrams and pictures.
In store this morning another heat of Superstore s Search for a SuperStar talent competition. Four more acts compete for this coveted trophy. Among the guests appearing in the music department are Matt Bianco. They play their new single live in the store.
Joanna Munro is the special guest who's looking after the coffee shop this morning. Botanist David Bellamy is with Keith on the delivery van, but he's still able to take your calls on [number removed]. If you're thinking of having music lessons but haven't decided which instrument to learn, then Anne Fergusson from Which? magazine has some useful advice. She reports on a special
SuperStore survey of musical instruments.
Also in store, all the latest pop videos and your favourite cartoons including Fonz and the Happy Days Gang.
Join the SuperStore gang for another packed programme of Saturday morning entertainment. Tropical fish expert Chris Andrews is in the store to take you on an underwater guided tour of a marine coral reef. Karen Foster reports on the progress of Victoria Sorby, winner of Superstore's fashion model competition.
It's the fifth heat of Search for a SuperStar: four more acts compete in this national talent contest.
Among the guests in the coffee shop are Australian band Mental as Anything.
Also in the store, cartoon fun with Fonz and the Happy Days Gang and the latest goings-on down at the Crow's Road Motel. Can it be true what they're saying about Lavinia Glamorous ? Tune in this week, and find out
In store today heat six of the Super Store Search for a SuperStar. The final four acts compete in this nationwide hunt for talented young entertainers.
Dr Harry Rosenberg calls in with some scientific experiments to amaze you. All-girl group Amazulu are in the music department. So is pop superstar John Taylor with details of an incredible bargain, and you can call him on [number removed]. Johnny Ball is around too, suggesting that you Think It ... Do It!
As well as some real, live butterflies flying around the warehouse, London dance group The Bee Boys will be buzzing in. Also in stock, there's the best in cartoons, including The Fonz, and the latest pop videos, as well as your letters and tellygrams.
There's a French flavour to this morning's SuperStore. Keith is on the coast of France, with a live broadcast from the channel port of Dieppe.
Patrick Moore is in the store too. He has the very latest news of Giotto, the spacecraft which intercepted Halley's Comet. Hi-de-Hi! star
Ruth Madoc is in too. You can call her on [number removed]. Superstore's vet Nigel Taylor has a feature on first-aid for your pet - the dos and don'ts of emergency care for a sick or injured animal.
There's Superstore's review of some of the latest home videos, plus the best cartoons, pop music and competitions, your letters and tellygrarrfs - so join Mike and the gang for a store-full of entertainment. It starts at 9 o'clock sharp.
In store today the final of the 1986 Saturday SuperStore Search for a SuperStar competition. The finalists from the six heats now compete to become the overall winning act, and remember it's your vote that counts!
Calling in this morning is pop superstar Cliff Richard - you can phone him on [number removed]. Jan Francis , star of Just Good Friends, is around too.
Sarah has her preview of some films for the Easter holidays; and John Craven is waiting to hear your views on the subject of his special topical report.
Don't forget The Fonz, your tellygrams, Crow's Road, silly sounds, your letters, the latest videos - and a few surprises too!
There's lots in and out of the store today! Keith's on the road with the delivery van. There's a chance he'll get a towering view over the seaside this morning. Visiting SuperStore from Washington in America, there's a skipping troupe who call themselves the Kangaroo Kids.
Cartoonist and postage stamp designer Ralph Steadman is around too.
Consumer expert Lynn Faulds Wood has details of what to look out for if you're thinking of buying a new pair of trainers. Throwing some light on the proceedings is scientist Anthony Wilson who is demonstrating some fascinating experiments in the coffee shop.
There's cartoon action with The Fonz, plus the latest pop music, your letters and tellygrams.
SuperStore announces the name of the winning act in the Search for SuperStar 1986 competition. Also this morning, a visit from composer, lyricist and performer Richard Stilgoe.
Throwing his weight around is Olympic judo medallist Neil Adams. He's got some training tips for beginners to the sport. Pet expert
Chris Henwood has some hints on keeping gerbils. You can phone him on [number removed]. Lee MacDonald , Zammo from Grange Hill , is around too. On this occasion he won't be 'saying no' to your calls.
There's a load of cartoons, the latest pop videos, your letters and tellygrams in stock too.
In store this morning, a special recording of the finals of the TSB Rock School 1986 competition hosted by Superstore's own 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 rock and pop competition.
Also in store, Norwegian supergroup a-ha. You can call Morten, Mags and Pal on [number removed]. Wildlife expert Tony Hare is in to talk about newts and toads and, on the 25th anniversary of Yuri Gagarin's momentous space flight, Tim Furness looks back over the last two decades of man's exploration of space.
Join the SuperStore gang for an action-packed morning with the best cartoons, the latest pop videos plus your letters and telly grams.
Don't forget, the doors open at 9.0 sharp.
Mike and the gang have a store packed with 'end of season' bargains lined up for you today. It's the very last episode of Crow's Road. Fans of this SuperSoap will be stunned by an incredible revelation!
Pop star Paul King is in with his latest video and Bronski Beat are calling in as well. Star of That's Life Esther Rantzen has the latest news on a very important campaign to save lives on the roads - and you can call her! Sarah has a special holiday-films preview and Keith is out with the delivery van. John Craven's in with his topical report, and Mike has an exclusive film shot on the Pop Music Express, a steam train packed with some of the biggest names in the business as they make a most eventful journey from London to Scotland.
Join the Superstore team for an action-packed programme with all the best cartoons, bargains, music and film reports plus your letters and tellygrams. The doors open at 9 o'clock sharp.
Vicky Licorish(Vicky Licorish)
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