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The Itsy Bltsy Spider
Arachnid antics.

7.50 Alvin and the Chipmunks
The Chipmunks present their answer to the film Spinal Tap.

8.15 UBOS
Zarlak plans to steal all the Earth's plants.

8.35 The Wild Thornberrys
Darwin is kidnapped.

9.00 The Saturday Show
Dani Behr and Joe Mace welcome EastEnders stars Natalie Cassidy and Charlie Brooks (alias Sonia and Janine) to the studio and Kylie performs In Your Eyes. Garage divas Mis-Teeq join in the fun, plus the first of four video diaries, On Tour with Blue. There's regular challenges Risk and Gutbusters, but which music guests will take part in Winner Stays On? Jackie Chan Adventures continues, plus LA 7 and The Cramp Twins, with cartoon fun from The Mummy and Super Duper Sumos.
Saturday extra: page 14


Presenter ("The Saturday Show"): Dani Behr
Presenter ("The Saturday Show"): Joe Mace
Guest ("The Saturday Show"): Natalie Cassidy
Guest ("The Saturday Show"): Charlie Brooks
Producer ("The Saturday Show"): Daniel Baldwin
Producer ("The Saturday Show"): Jennifer Chatham
Executive Producer ("The Saturday Show"): Annette Williams

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