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Astro Boy
Teddy bears cause havoc in Metro City. (R) (S)

7.20 The Mummy
(R) (S)

7.45 Arthur
Double bill. (R) (S)

8.10 Taz-Mania
(R) (S)

8.35 The Scooby-Doo Show
A star quarterback vanishes. (R) (S)

9.00 Dick and Dom In da Bungalow
Wacky fun with Richard McCourt and Dominic Wood. Including Batfink, The Fairly Odd Parents and Watch My Chops.
(Also on the CBBC channel)
(There's more tomorrow at 9am on CBBC channel) (S)

11.00 Top of the Pops Saturday
Peformances from the 411. McFly and Kylie. Plus Girls Aloud surprising some fans in PopBusters, Fearne learning more about JoJo in Pop Spy, and Geri Halliwell getting a grilling in On the Spot.
With Fearne Cotton, Sam Nixon and Mark Rhodes.
(Repeated at 6pm CBBC channel) (S)


Presenter (Dick and Dom In da Bungalow): Richard McCourt
Presenter (Dick and Dom In da Bungalow): Dominic Wood
Director (Dick and Dom In da Bungalow): Simon Hepworth
Producer (Dick and Dom In da Bungalow): Steve Ryde
Presenter (Top of the Pops Saturday): Fearne Cotton
Presenter (Top of the Pops Saturday): Sam Nixon
Presenter (Top of the Pops Saturday): Mark Rhodes
Guest (Top of the Pops Saturday): Geri Halliwell
Director (Top of the Pops Saturday): Adrian Johnson
Producer (Top of the Pops Saturday): Christina Brown

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