Next Episode of Saturday Superstore is
not planed. TV Show was canceled.
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 on British television re-opens its doors for business at 9.0 am sharp. Mike Read and the gang are here with great guests for you to chat to, chart-topping live bands, exclusive pop videos, your cartoon requests plus competitions with tremendous prizes.
In the music department are Paul Young and Owen Paul , while Chas 'n' Dave are out and about with Keith. John Craven asks for your views in Newsround's Saturday Report. Phillip Schofield has the latest news and comments in TV Talkback!
Acid rain is a major ecological problem. Film-maker and conservationist Julian Pettifer has an update on a project designed to combat it.
Join the SuperStore gang for a full morning's live entertainment with their special guests, which include writers Brian Patten and Roger McGough in a poetic mood, Lynn Faulds Wood leading a special investigation into the world of creepy-crawlies in Bug Watch special, Wayne Sleep dancing into the store, and Ricky Simmonds , Melissa Wilkes and John Alford - 'Ant', 'Jackie' and 'Robbie' from Grange Hill.
In the music department are the Pearson family - the incomparable Five Star - with their latest hit 'Rain or shine'. Also in store, cartoon adventure with Pole Position, plus murder, mystery and mayhem down at Dunnett Hall.
There's an action-packed morning in store with star guests galore! Cliff Richard , Sarah Brightman and Andrew Lloyd-Webber are calling in. So is Nik Kershaw , while wildlife expert Terry Nutkins takes to the ice with Keith. Karen Foster has some fashion ideas that are bound to be spectacular, and Mike and Sarah have another round of Teacher's Turn. Astronomer Heather Couper has news of a total eclipse of the moon, and there's cartoon action with Pole Position, mystery and mayhem in Crow Supersleuth and the chance for you to air your views on this week's
The store is opening early this morning to bring live coverage of the royal visit to China. The Queen is attending a special performance of music and dance at the Children's Palace in Canton. The commentators are Sue Lawley and the BBC's Peking correspondent Mark Brayne.
Also in store, Fred Harris from Micro Live. He has details of a great new computer-animation idea.
In the music department are Howard Jones and Red Box with their latest songs.
Top comedian Lenny Henry is calling in - phone him on [number removed]. There are another two contestants in Teacher's
Turn, plus the latest dark doings at Dunnett Hall. With the demise of Sir Rufus, will Crow's holiday come to an abrupt end? Tune in and find out in Crow - Supersleuth.
Join the SuperStore gang for a jam-packed morning's entertainment. Don't forget it's early opening for this week only!
Join the SuperStore gang and their guests for a jam-packed morning of entertainment.
Nick Berry , who is Simon Wicks in EastEnders, is in the store - you can phone him and Lynn Faulds Wood with an up-date on her Bug Watch survey of creepycrawlies. One singer who could be 'Stuck with you' is guest Huey Lewis. He's calling in. John Craven has another Newsround Saturday Report and a chance for you to give your views in the Tellyvote.
In this morning's extravaganza, top mechanics attempt the fastest gearbox change on TV. Fashion expert Karen Foster has plans to Renovate Your Dad.
Bob Geldof has his latest single and Gorden Kaye says 'Allo 'Allo! Spandau Ballet are calling in too. So is Phillip Schofield. He's got your letters and comments on today's telly in TV Talkback. Sarah goes behind the scenes of a new exhibition celebrating 50 years of BBC television.
There's a very special morning lined up for you in the SuperStore today with star guests, cartoons, competitions and pageantry. and at 11.30
The Lord Mayor's Show There's live coverage of this spectacular two-mile-long procession as the City of London turns out to greet Sir David Rowe-Ham as he makes his first public appearance as the new Lord Mayor. Keith goes behind the scenes to see the preparation for the event. He visits London Wall where the floats assemble before starting, among them the BBC's very own, packed with personalities from children's television, celebrating 50 years of BBCtv. Commentator Eric Robson Reporter Floella Benjamin Also in store, a visit from Hi-de-Hi! stars Paul Shane and Su Pollard. You can phone them. That number could put you through to Patrick Moore as well. Also calling in are Doctor and the Medics with their latest video and a very interesting bargain!
Join the SuperStore gang for this jam-packed show. It all starts at 9 o'clock sharp.
Mike and the SuperStore gang have a host of guests for you to chat to this morning.
Bringing a touch of magic into the coffee shop is the amazing Paul Daniels. Sports presenter Bob Wilson is calling in on his way to the Grandstand studios.
Esther Rantzen has the latest on the new ChildLine service, set up to help children in trouble or danger. Actor and singer Nick Kamen is in too. Don't forget you can phone the Superstore
In the store this morning, the chance to see the hairstyle that you could be wearing in the year 2000. A top London hairdresser demonstrates some amazing fantasy-styles for the future. Space-flight expert Tim Furniss is calling in with news of the latest developments in the field of man's exploration of space. In the music department are Buddy Curtis and the Grasshoppers with their latest single. On the 900th anniversary of the original Domesday Book, historian Michael Wood reports on the new Domesday Project. Keith goes to the fair and takes a ride on the galloping horses and Vicky welcomes some baby chimps into the coffee shop. Plus all the regular features including Pole Position.
Who's in store this morning? Yes Doctor Who, in the form of Colin Baker, is calling in to take your calls. Animal expert Chris Henwood is in with advice on keeping dwarf hamsters as pets. Phillip Schofield's TV Talkback feature this week is all about sport on television: is there too much coverage, or not enough on the box?
Martin P. Daniels is out and about with Keith and the delivery van this morning. Tune in at 9 o'clock and find out if he's somewhere near you. If you've heard about the Saturday Superstore talent auditions but never been to one, you can see what goes on behind the scenes this morning. The Superstore cameras went to Bristol to see young entertainers from the West Country competing for a place in the final 24 acts. As well as all this, there's cartoon adventure with Pole Position, a competition to design your own glove-puppet and all the regular features.
In store today is Anita Dobson from EastEnders. Long-distance cyclist Nick Sanders is in to explain how he's preparing for his latest adventure - a trip across the Sahara on his bike!
Lynn Faulds Wood has the latest on the Bug Watch survey. Floella Benjamin is around too. She has details of a special letter-writing competition. There are more ridiculous goings on at Dunnett Hall in our mystery adventure featuring Crow - Supersleuth. Keith meets some participants in a game of street hockey, which is fast catching on around the country, and gets the chance to join a team of professional fire-fighters on a practice assignment. With Pole Position, your letters and tellygrams, plus the very latest pop videos.
Special guests joining the Superstore gang this morning are Neil Kinnock MP, and new Blue Peter presenter Caron Keating. Also in store, Sarah's preview of some of the feature films you can see over the Christmas holidays.
Fashion expert Karen Foster takes a look at some of the latest party gear that's in the shops ready for Christmas. As Dark Doings at Dunnett Hall lurches towards its climax - is all revealed this morning? What is revealed, however, is what went on when Doctor and the Medics performed a special concert for Teresa Stephenson in the front room of her home. There's cartoon adventure with Pole Position, plus your letters and tellygrams.
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.
Crow takes his friends to meet Sir Rufus at Dunnett Hall, but there are some strange goings on! Mike, Sarah, Keith and Vicky find some live musical surprises behind the secret panel. Some crossed wires in the secret laboratory provide lots of cartoon action, including the Pink Panther and Dungeons and Dragons.
There's a SuperPrize in a special competition, so watch carefully, but look out for those spooky singing scientists!
There are lots of surprise guests creeping about Dunnett Hall, but will they escape robotizing, and what about Malcolm?
Join the Saturday Superstore gang as they re-open after the Christmas break. Keith and Peter Simon are out with the van. Will Patsy the Prize join them? Mike has news of a synthesizer and Steve Levine puts it through its paces.
Follow the Supersleuth trail and win a trip to Singapore. There are full details of this fabulous prize when the 'real' Supersleuth calls in. Imelda, Hollo and Zammo from Grange Hill are in too.
Join the SuperStore gang for another fun-packed morning. Among the special guests calling in are cartoonist and film-maker Peter Maddocks. He's got details of a competition that could turn your idea for a new cartoon character into a real animated film.
Gorden Kaye has asked 'Rene' from 'Allo 'Allo to join him in the coffee shop today, and apparently he's going to sing!
That Really Wild Show bunch, Terry Nutkins, Nick Davies and Chris Packham, are bringing in some not so wild furry and feathered friends to say hello. You can phone in and try to stump them with a tricky animal question. If you succeed you could win a SuperStore frisbee.
Phillip Hodson will be chatting to Sarah about family rules, the subject of this week's Growing Pains feature.
As well as all this, there's cartoon action in Dungeons and Dragons, the latest pop videos and John Craven's Special Newsround Saturday Report.
It's Superman on Superstore this morning when top star Christopher Reeve calls in to take your calls. Fish expert Dr Chris Andrews is in too and he's bringing some Chinese fancy goldfish with him. Ring him for advice on your goldfish. Keith's mate, Peter Simon, has escaped from the delivery van to be in the warm and dry this morning. No doubt he'll be causing mayhem in the warehouse! Among the guests in the music department are Pepsi and Shirlie, and it's the last act in heat two of Teacher's Turn. There's another episode of Dungeons and Dragons, plus the latest pop videos, your letters, tellygrams and competitions.
In store this morning top British group Five Star with their latest video. The Superstore's vet Nigel Taylor has hints on keeping pet rabbits and how to prepare them for showing at your local rabbit fancy. Radio 1 DJ Bruno Brookes is in with details of Time Against Time, a brand-new challenge game. Phillip Schofield has your comments on wildlife programmes in his TV Talkback, and record-breaking Roy Castle will be out and about with Keith and his delivery van.
With all the regular features, Mike and the gang have a packed morning of entertainment lined up, just for you!
Paul Young is in the store this morning. So is astronomer Heather Couper. She has some hints for successful star-gazing. Do you look like pop heart-throb Nick Kamen ? If you do you could win a trip to the Superstore studio. Find out the full details this morning.
It's the final of Teacher's Turn today. The top two acts you've voted for are performing here in the store once again. Who will be the top teacher of 1987? There's cartoon adventure in Dungeons and Dragons, the latest pop videos reviewed on Mike's pop panel and your letters and tellygrams as well. Join the SuperStore gang for a full morning's entertainment. Don't forget, it starts at 9 o'clock sharp.
In store this morning is the first heat in this year's Search for a Superstar talent competition. After months of auditions, the first four of the final 24 selected acts perform for you. Which one will get your all-important vote to see them through to the semi-finals? It's up to you, and as always, it's your vote that counts! There'll be lots of laughs when top comedy team Little and Large call in. Tony Hart is in too, with Dial a Drawing. Call him with your requests for a picture.
In the music department are rock group Terraplane with their latest single. Phillip Hodson looks at some more of your problems in his Growing Pains feature. This week he tackles weight problems. As well as all this, there's Thingamy, the winner of the draw-a-puppet competition, plus cartoon adventure in Dungeons and Dragons and all your letters and tellygrams.
There's music in the Superstore this morning when world-famous organist Carlo Curley performs live, Bob Geldof sings his latest single and top band Slade join Keith on the delivery van.
Also in store, the second heat of Superstore's Search for a Superstar. Another four acts compete for the title Superstore Superstar 1987.
Fashion expert Karen Foster has some brilliant ideas to jazz up your gloves for these cold winter days.
Superstore's space expert Tim Furniss is calling in with news of the latest advances in manned space flight.
Join Mike and the gang for a fun-filled morning of entertainment. It starts at 9 o'clock sharp!
In store this morning the third heat of Search for a Superstar, British television's national search for young talented entertainers. Four more acts perform for your vote which could see them through to the final. Also this morning a visit from another talented entertainer - Bonnie Langford. You can call her on [number removed]. Phillip Schofield has another TV Talkback. This morning he has your views on quiz shows. In the music department are top groups Europe and Level 42 with their latest songs.
What's happened to the red squirrel? Wildlife expert Jessica Holm talks about one of Britain's beautiful but disappearing species. Join the Superstore gang for a full morning's entertainment. And don't forget, there's another adventure in Dungeons and Dragons.
In store this morning is Noel Edmonds with news of the SOS Star Awards and how you can vote for your favourites. John's special guest in Newsround Saturday Report is the Rt Hon David Steel , MP. Also calling in is expert on small animals Chris Henwood. He's got some advice on keeping hamsters as pets.
Keith's helper on the delivery van, Peter Simon , is in too. So is pop star Alison Moyet with her latest single. There's cartoon action with Dungeons and Dragons, as well as the Pop Panel and your letters and tellygrams.
It's the final of the Superstore Supermoggie competition this morning. Whose pet will be the favoured feline to receive the special winner's rosette? Mel and Kim are in the. music department with their new video, Karen Foster looks at new fashion ideas using fabric paints and Vicky has a selection of your home-produced videos. Keith visits a very famous pier with the delivery van while Mike and Sarah have four more finalists in this week's heat of Search for a Superstar.
Agony uncle Phillip Hodson is in too with his Growing
Pains feature; he'll be sorting out some of the problems that are all part of growing up.
In store today is Janet Jackson with her latest single. You can call her on [number removed]. Also in the music department is Terence Trent D'Arby with his song 'If you let me stay'. Delia Smith is in too. You can try the recipe for her special 'SuperStore cheese and chutney puff
Bruno Brookes launches "Time Against Time", a brand-new quiz that really puts your initiative to the test.
It's heat six of Superstore's Search for Superstar. Four more talented acts are here to entertain, but which one will get your vote? Also this morning, the chance to meet a group of intrepid adventurers as they set out to cross Africa by Land Rover, a journey of over 20,000 miles, passing through 15 different countries.
There's Dungeons and Dragons, the very latest pop videos as well as your letters and tellygrams.
In store this morning is Canadian rock star Bryan Adams with his latest single. You can call him on the SuperStore phone number:
David Bellamy is in too. He's got details of the European Year of the Environment which is just beginning. Phillip Schofield has your views in his TV
Talkback feature, plus details of the latest home videos on release. Animal expert Dr Chris Andrews investigates the murky secrets of his garden pond and discovers some unusual frogs and toads.
In store this morning is a trip to the Royal Mint. Find out what happened when SuperStore prize winner Kelly Evans met the people who make an awful lot of money. Also this morning, Johnny Ball with some interesting things to think about, and do! Paul Daniels is having a trip to the seaside with Keith and the delivery van. Find out where they are just after 9 o'clock.
SuperStore vet Nigel Taylor is in with some hints on puppies and their care. You can call him on [number removed]for advice. In the music department this morning, Curiosity Killed the Cat and Simon Ie Bon from DURAN DURAN. Also calling in is Superstore's agony uncle Phillip Hodson with his special Growing Pains feature.
SuperStore's special guest HRH The Prince Edward announces the name of the winning act in the Search for a Superstar competition. After months of auditions held up and down the country, a final 24 acts were selected from thousands of competitors. Now from the six heat winners your votes will reveal who is to receive the coveted accolade of 'Superstore Superstar 1987'. Also in store, sportsman Emlyn Hughes. Kim Wilde and Junior take
'Another step' into the music department with their latest single, and Sarah has a preview of the latest films in time for the Easter holidays.
In store this morning, a special recording of the finals of the TSB Rock School 1987 competition. Finalists from eight regional schools battle it out in this national rock and pop competition. Soccer star Trevor Brooking is in too. You can call him on [number removed]. If you're looking for a new Easter outfit, then Superstore's fashion expert Karen Foster has some great ideas.
Paul King is in the music department with his latest single, Fred Harris has a musical computer and there's also a chance to see some brilliant prize-winning wildlife photographs.
As well as all this, there are the latest pop videos, Dungeons and Dragons, and your letters and tellygrams. Join the Superstore gang for all that's best in Saturday morning entertainment.
Mike Read and the gang have a store packed with end-of-season bargains for you today. A host of special guests are around to help celebrate this 142nd edition of Saturday SuperStore. There are special cartoons, special competitions with very special prizes and ... well, it's all going to be a bit special today!
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