P523 CEEFAX 2 523 Tue 04 Mar 2p:14/10  1/4  RHYME        RHYTHM   LAUGHS       DETAILS FOR    FEB 27 PROGRAMME This week's show came from the Irish countryside with Donna Krachan and some local children. It opened with a poem by Jackie Kay called FOUR EIGHT TIME, then RAIN which was written by Spike Milligan, while RAIN MUSIC was by Michelle Magorian. Newsround 510 Live and Kicking 530 CBBC Text 500 Backchat 506 Comp 507 BluePeter Comp CBBC Text Main Menu
P523 CEEFAX 2 523 Tue 04 Mar 2p:04/18 HH 1/4  RHYME  |x C      H HI B  LAUGHS @M÷|}| N    DETAILS FOR  M  DEB 27 PROGRAMME countryri@e with DonNa KracPAn and some local children. t ope-e—@wit@ a pOem bx JacSae KAx cALled D UR H HT ZE, tP—n RA N wPich was written by Spi+e Milligan, while RA N HUS wAs by Hic@elle HAGOriAn. Newsround 510 Live and Kic+ing 530 CBBC Text 500 Backc@at 506 Comp 507 BL!APeter CoEp BB ext Ail He,u
P523 CEEFAX 2 523 Tue 04 Mar 2p:07/4p  2/4  RHYME        RHYTHM HV R LAUGHS       DETAILS FOR    DEB 27 PROGRAMME The poem called WHO HAS SEEN THE WIND? was by Christina Rossetti and the poem about a strange creature called THE WENDIGO was by Ogden Nash. R A+TY T ASTY PURE ROCKS was written by our performance poet, Donna Krac@an especially for the programme and FACES was by Sue Cowling. Lewsround 510 Blue Peter's pages 525 BB Text !00 BAckc@at 50$@ omp 507 BluePeter Comp CBBC Text Main Menu
P523 C E AX 2 523 Tue 04 Mar 20:01/13  2/4  RHYME C  C     RHYTHM  BC LAUGHS       DETAILS FOR  FEB 27 PROGRAMME The poem called WHO HAS SEEN THE WIND? wAs by Christina Rossetti and t@e poem about a strange creature called THE WENDIGO was by Ogden Nash. ROASTY TOASTY PURE ROCKS was written by our performance poet, Donna Krachan especia\Hy@for tPe prograHMe and DA ES was by Sue Cowling. Newsround 510 Blue Peter's pages 525 BBC Text 500 BackcPat 5p- Comp 507 BluePeter Comp CBBC Text Main Menu
P523 CEEFAX 2 523 Tue 04 Mar 2p:02/02  3/4  RHYME        RHYTHM B  LAUGHS       DETAILS FOR    %%!/ $ EB 27 0ROGRAMME IiCe StarSey wrote AT FIRRT IT DIDN'T MATTER. It was followed by Rik Mayall's reading of THE MAN IN THE MOON STAYED UP TOO LATE by J R R TolCien. The final poem was WRAP IT UP by by Neil Johnston. Newsround 510 Live and Kicking 530 CBBC Text 500 Backchat 506 Comp 507 BluePeter Comp CBBC Text Main Menu
P523 CEEFAX 2 523 Tue 04 Mar 2p:24/14  3/4  RHYME        RHYTHM   LAUGHS       DETAILS FOR   @ FEB 27 PROGRAMME Mike Starkey wrote AT FIRST IT DIDN'T MATTER. It was followed by Rik Mayall's reading of THE MAN IN THE MOON STAYED UP TOO LATE by J R R TolSien. The final poem was WRAP IT UP by by Neil Johnston. CBBC Text 500 Backchat 506 Comp 507 BluePeter Comp CBBC Text Main Menu
P523 CEEFAX 2 523 Tue 04 Mar 2p:00/15  4/4  RHYME        RHYTHM   LAUGHS       DETAILS FOR    FEB 27 PROGRAMME Next week, Mik Scarlet takes off in his mind and imagination where he too discovers himself in the city of dreams like "The Jackdaw of Rheims". Tune in on BBC1 at tPe same time next week — 3.5ppm. Newsround 510 Live and Kicking 530 CBBC Text 500 Backchat 506 Comp 507 BluePeter Comp CBBC Text Main Menu
P523 CEEFAX 2 523 Tue 04 Mar 20:08/40  4/4  RHYME        RHYTHM   LAUGHS @      DETAILS FOR    EEB 27 0ROGRAMME Next week, Mik Scarlet taVes off@in his mind and imagination where he too discovers himself in the city of dreams like "The Jackdaw of Rheims". Tune in on BBC1 at the same time next week — s.k0pm. CBBC Text 500 Backchat 506 Comp 507 BluePeter Comp CBBC Text Main Menu