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The Lampies
The Roons kidnap Brigadier Bigbeam.

7.15 ChuckleVision
The twins enter a worm-charming competition.
Writer John Sayle

7.30 Arthur
Double bill. Arthur's new piano teacher gives him the blues, and Buster's sweet business venture backfires.

7.55 Newsround

8.00 Bamzooki
Another two teams of CGI-based creatures compete in a series of challenges.

8.45 UBOS
The novice wizards must close a portal being used by Scavenger Imps.

8.35 Even Stevens
Louis discovers that appearances can frequently be deceptive.

9.00 Jackie Chan Adventures
The Yin Yang talisman causes chaos at a Las Vegas show.

9.25 SMart
Drawing with pastels, the art of origami and decorations made from pine cones.

9.50 Snailsbury Tales
Mr Sprout the grocer sets up a high-speed delivery service.


Writer ("ChuckleVision"): John Sayle

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