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Ends 5.35.

Max takes Fizz and Jake to see some lambs at the farm.
(R) (S) (W)

3.45 Bill and Ben
Thistle plays a trick on the flowerpot men while they are searching for lettuce. (S)

3.55 Hububb
Comedy. The naughtiest fairy escapes from a box which Les has dropped.

4.10 Rotten Ralph
Animation. Sarah decides to put an end to Ralph's lethargic ways. (S)
BBC CD-Rom: for PC available from retailers at £19.99

4.20 There's a Viking in My Bed
Siggy is in agony because of a broken tooth.
Adapted by Elly Brewer from the books by Jeremy Strong (S) (W)

4.35 Short Change
The consumer team have the lowdown on the latest gadgets.
Repeated tomorrow at 8.00am on BBC2

5.00 Grange Hill
Mr Hankin squares up to Danny, and Darren is worried about his parents' odd behaviour.
For more cast see Tuesday. Omnibus next Sunday (S) (W)

5.25 Newsround
(S) (W)


Writer ("Hubbub"): Ben Keaton
Les: Les Bubb
Miss Cribbins: Jane McCarry
Siggy: Peter Aude
Mrs Tibblethwaite: Jenny Galloway
Penny Ellis: Gabrielle Cowburn
Keith Ellis: Paul Bigley
Tim Ellis: Jack Blumenau
James Amie Arnold: Aidanj David
Colin Brown: Colin Ridgewell
Kelly Bradshaw: Kate Bell
Vikki Meedes: Emma Willis
Clare Chaplin: Naomi Osei-Mensah
Miss Fraser: Judith Wright
Anika Modi: Jalpa Patel
Amy Davenport: Lyndsey Ray
Mrs Holmes: Rachel Bell
Adapted from the books by ("There's a Viking in My Bed"): Elly Brewer
Writer ("There's a Viking In My Bed"): Jeremy Strong

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