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Ends 5.35.
Arthur Buster digs up an ancient arrowhead.
4.10 The Mummy Evy 's friend, Jane, undergoes a massive change after going missing.
4.35 CBBC Winner Stays On
A chance to select a favourite show. The winner's shown now and added to next week's selection along with two new alternatives. To vote for (A) call 0900174 7423; for (B) 174 7424; for (C) 0900 174 7425. Lines are open from 3.45-4.10pm; calls cost lOp. Please ask whoever pays the bill for permission. (A) Last week's winner
(B) Fairly Odd Parents Capers with ten-year-old Timmy Tucker. (C) Miami 7 The first ever episode of the comedy drama featuring S
Club 7.
5.00 Blue Peter The history of Hadrian's Wall and the team which has just climbed Mount Everest.
Repeated with sign language tomorrow at 7am on BBC2 BBC BLUE PETER MAGAZINE: £1.85
5.25 Newsround


Unknown: Arthur Buster
Unknown: Mummy Evy
Unknown: Timmy Tucker.

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