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Ends 12.00.

Round the Twist
Tales of the family who live in a lighthouse.

6.55 Evolution: the Animated Series
Mankind evacuates Earth to live underground.

7.15 Tom and Jerry Kids
Triple bill of cat-and-mouse fun.

7.40 Arthur
Francine learns to be good loser. Then Arthur gets a babysitter surprise.

8.05 Looney Tunes
Four episodes of animated antics.

8.35 Scooby-Doo and Scrappy-Doo
A visit to Atlantis and an encounter with Merlin.

9.00 Dick and Dom In da Bungalow
Richard McCourt and Dominic Wood present the madcap weekend show with messy games and stunts. Plus cartoon fun with Watch My Chops, New Scooby and Scrappy Show and Looney Tunes.
(Also on CBBC channel)
(The fun continues tomorrow at 9am on CBBC channel)

11.00 Top of the Pops Saturday
Britney Spears, Sugababes, Blue, DJ Casper and Alistair Griffin perform live in the studio, and there's behind-the-scenes footage of Busted's tour. Plus more from
Pop Skool. Hosted by Fearne Cotton.
(Repeated at 6pm on CBBC channel)


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
Producer (Top of the Pops Saturday): Christina Brown
Executive Producer (Top of the Pops Saturday): Sue Morgan

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