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Ends 5.35.

Double bill. DW discovers that she is eligible for her own library card, then Arthur loses his temper.

4.10 Chucklevision
Something strange begins happening to the weather.

4.25 The Cramp Twins
Lucien rescues what he thinks is a monkey being held in captivity.

4.35 Hollywood 7
Continuing the series following the fortunes of the pop band, S Club 7.
With Hannah Spearritt, Jon Lee, Tina Barrett, Bradley Mclntosh, Jo O'Meara, Paul Cattermole, Rachel Stevens and Barry Williams.

5.00 UKool
In the last of the series, Gerard McCabe checks out the teen kitesurfing scene in Hawaii. With Nigel Clarke and Ashley Mulheron.
Repeated tomorrow 7.50am on BBC2

5.25 Newsround


Writer ("Chucklevision"): Simon Littlefield
Writer ("Chucklevision"): George Poles
Hannah ("Hollywood 7"): Hannah Spearritt
Jon ("Hollywood 7"): Jon Lee
Tina ("Hollywood 7"): Tina Barrett
Bradley ("Hollywood 7"): Bradley McIntosh
Jo ("Hollywood 7"): Jo O'Meara
Paul ("Hollywood 7"): Paul Cattermole
Rachel ("Hollywood 7"): Rachel Stevens
[Actor] ("Hollywood 7"): Barry Williams
Presenter ("UKool"): Gerard McCabe
Presenter ("UKool"): Nigel Clarke
Presenter ("UKool"): Ashley Mulheron

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