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We have produced a Style Guide to help editors follow a standard format when editing a listing. If you are unsure how best to edit this programme please take a moment to read it.
Ends 5.35.

The Woody Woodpecker Show
Woody goes to the wild west and Winnie plays detective.
Repeated tomorrow at 7.35am on BBC2

4.05 Mona the Vampire
Mona's dad gets roped into a centuries old golf grudge match.

4.15 The Cramp Twins
Wayne fears a bad school report.

4.30 The Queen's Nose
Melody is in a permanently bad mood, while the girls are tearing their hair out over help agency demands. Last in series.
Written by Phil Hughes

4.55 CBBC at the Fame Academy
Another update.

5.00 Blue Peter
Ron and Ginny Weasley (Rupert Grint and Bonnie Wright) report on the making of the latest Harry Potter film, accompanied by Hedwig the owl and Fang the dog.
Repeated with sign language tomorrow at 7.10am on BBC2
BBC Blue Peter magazine: £1.85
Fancy the Blue Peter theme on your phone? Visit [website address removed]

5.25 Newsround

Contributors

Writer ("The Queen's Nose"): Phil Hughes
Gregory: Callum Dixon
Sam: Ella Jones
Sophie: Dominique Moore
Pansy: Grace Atherton
Jack: Gregg Chillin
Frank: Vincenzo Nicoli
Guest ("Blue Peter"): Rupert Grint
Guest ("Blue Peter"): Bonnie Wright

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