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Ends 5.35.
Arthur
Francine becomes a bad loser, then Arthur is impressed with his new babysitter. (R)(S)

4.00 New Scooby doo Mysteries Show:
The gang are harassed by a prankish disembodied hand. (R) (S)

4.20 The Story of Tracy Beaker
Tracy and Jackie decide it's time to take some drastic action.
Written by Othniel Smith (S)

4.35 Fairly Odd Parents
Timmy wishes he could stay up all night, then runs away to join a carnival. (S)

5.00 Byker Grove
Lou reveals a terrible secret from her past.
This week's episodes written by Brian B. Thompson
(Cast on Tuesday) (S) [website address removed]

5.25 Newsround (S)

Contributors

Writer (The Story of Tracy Beaker): Othniel Smith
Writer (Byker Grove): Brian B. Thompson
Tracy: Dani Harmer
Louise: Chelsie Padley
Justine: Montanna Thompson
Grandpa Jack: Howell Evans
Estate agent: Vivienne Rowdon
Nathan: James Cartwright
Lol: Ciaran Joyce
Bouncer: Ben Hanson
Michael: William Tomlin
Shelley: Nicola Reynolds
Crash: Darragh Mortell
Jackie: Abby Rakic-Platt






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This site contains the BBC listings information which the BBC printed in Radio Times between 1923 and 2009. You can search the site for BBC programmes, people, dates and Radio Times editions.

We hope it helps you find information about that long forgotten BBC programme, research a particular person or browse your own involvement with the BBC.

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