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CBBC Wild Week


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Ends 5.35.

The Tweenies decide that a monster could be lurking behind some curtains. (R) (S) (W)

3.45 The Magic Key
More animated tales. Chip is left in charge of four wacky flying machines. (S)

3.55 Smart on the Road
Kirsten O'Brien, Mark Speight, Jay Burridge and design expert Bizi Lizi help to convert a school dining room in Norwich into an American diner. (S) (W)

4.10 Rugrats
On an outing to the zoo the babies make a discovery and being a bridesmaid gives Angelica ideas. (R) (S)

4.35 Steps II the Stars
The children's talent show. Hosted by Claire and H from pop group Steps each heat will feature four acts. With special guest Samantha Mumba. (S) (W)

5.00 Blue Peter
Simon Thomas learns how to be a football commentator, a five-a-side football competition is launched and guests are BB Mak.
Repeated next Monday on BBC2 (S) (W)
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5.25 Newsround Extra
Kate Sanderson is in India to report on the Kumbh Mela religious festival, an event of a lifetime for Hindus. (S) (W)


Presenter ("Smart on the Road"): Kirsten O'Brien
Presenter ("Smart on the Road"): Mark Speight
Presenter ("Smart on the Road"): Jay Burridge
Presenter ("Smart on the Road"): Bizi Lizi
Guest ("Steps II the Stars"): Samantha Mumba
Presenter ("Blue Peter"): Simon Thomas
Presenter ("Newsround Extra"): Kate Sanderson

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