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Synopsis

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Ends 12 noon.
Little Bear
Triple bill. Little Bear makes a wish.

7.30 Brum
The nasty Shadow steals the Big Town Crown.

7.40 Fix and Foxi
Animated double bill. The duo are curious when a large parcel arrives.

7.50 Gadget Boy
Animated fun with the razor-sharp toddler and his box of tricks.

8.15 Flint the Time Detective
Futuristic cartoon action. Mossbee the time shifter mistakenly thinks that Flint is evil. Continues tomorrow at 8.15am on BBC2

8.35 Rugrats
Cartoon fun with the pint-sized pests.

9.00 The Saturday Show
Dani Behr and Joe Mace welcome top popsters S Club 7 to the show. Zany duo Tiny and Mr Duk provide the comedy, while Karaoke Karnage invites audience members to butcher popular songs. There's cartoon fun with Super Duper Sumos, Jackie Chan Adventures, plus US sitcom So Little Time and an episode of the new S Club 7 series Hollywood 7, which continues on Thursday at 4.35pm.

Contributors

Presenter ('The Saturday Show'): Dani Behr
Presenter ('The Saturday Show'): Joe Mace
Producer: Daniel Baldwin
Producer: Jennifer Chatham
Producer: Melissa Hardinge
Executive producer: Annette Williams






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