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Ends 5.35.

Tweenies Songtime

Followed by Tweenies
Doodles is jealous at first of the Tweenies' new pet. (S) (W)

3.45 Rugrats
Animated carpet-crawling capers. (R) (S)

3.55 Chucklevision
Paul and Barry search the flat of their next suspect and cause accidental chaos.
Written by John Sayle (S) (W)

4.10 The Wild Thornberrys
Eliza believes a girl Debbie befriends is a dolphin in disguise. (R) (S)

4.35 Custer's Last Stand-up
To help Jamie overcome joker's block Dallas downloads a joke analysis programme. It dismisses Jamie and sets its romantic sights on Roxie.
Written by Brian Lynch (S) (W)

5.00 Blue Peter
Top skiers join the team for some fun in the snow, including snowboarding and an apres ski recipe for baked alaska.
Repeated with sign language tomorrow at 7.50am on BBC2 (S) (W)

5.25 Newsround
(S) (W)


Writer ("Chucklevision"): John Sayle
Writer ("Custer's Last Stand-Up"): Brian Lynch
Dallas O'Rourke: Ciaran Nolan
Jamie Custer: George McMahon
Mary Custer: Deirdre Monaghan
Roxie Custer: Elaine Symons
Greg: Dermot Carmody
Billy Custer: Tom Hopkins
Hubert Moffat: James O'Neill
Susie Custer: Grainne McIver
Donnie: Brian Roche
Mr Yeats: Mark Doherty

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