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Tweenies Songtime

Followed by Tweenies
Jake isn't happy because the new dog keeps jumping up at him.

3.45 Rugrats
Animated double bill.

4.00 The Cramp Twins
Mrs Cramp suffers jealousy.

4.25 The Story of Tracy Beaker
New comedy drama, based on the book by Jacqueline Wilson, about a girl who lives in a children's home.
Tracy smuggles in a mystery boy.
Written by Andy Walker
More cast and next episode on Thursday
The new Children's BBC: page 10

4.35 Jeopardy
Drama about a group of Scottish students who win a trip to Australia to track UFOs. The gang demands to see evidence of Sarah's spooky experience.
Written by Tim O'Mara

5.00 Oscar Charlie
Comedy drama. Alan is startled to receive some battered bacon balls.
Written by Steve Attridge
Cast and next episode on Thursday

5.25 Newsround

Contributors

Book By ("The Story of Tracy Beaker"): Jacqueline Wilson
Writer ("The Story of Tracy Beaker"): Andy Walker
Writer ("Jeopardy"): Tim O'Mara
Tracy Beaker: Dani Harmer
Justine: Montanna Thompson
Louise: Chelsie Padley
Peter: Joe Starrs
Ryan: Sonny Muslim
Zac: Jay Haher
Lucy: Sam Chapman
David: Gordon McCorkell
Shona: Shelly O'Neill
Leon: Stanley Smith
Melissa: Tammy McLntosh
Sarah: Kari Corbett
Harry: Craig Moncur
Simon: James Pearson
Chrissie: Charli Wilson
Writer ("Oscar Charlie"): Steve Attridge






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