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Ends 9.50.

Blue Peter
Simon Thomas races some of the world's top sprinters.
Shown yesterday at 5pm on BBC1

7.25 Mona the Vampire
Mona's uncle bears a striking resemblance to her great uncle.

7.40 The Woody Woodpecker Show
Woody enters a competition.
Shown yesterday at 3.45pm on BBC1

8.00 Ace Lightning
Mark confronts his fears.

8.25 Looney Tunes
A bird's nest makes life difficult for Sylvester.

8.35 Taz-Mania
az takes his little brother to work.

9.00 Xchange Xtra
Today, horrible stories with children's author Terry Deary.

9.15 ChuckleVision
Paul and Barry look after lions at a safari park.

9.35 SMart on the Road
The girls of Taunton School get toilets to be proud of in the last of the current series. A repeat episode is on Thursday at 9.35am.


Presenter ("Blue Peter"): Simon Thomas
Guest ("Xchange Xtra"): Terry Deary
Writer ("ChuckleVision"): Rory Clark
Writer ("ChuckleVision"): Robert Taylor

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