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Ends 12.00.

It's jousting practice for those with a horse.

7.15 Super Duper Sumos
Dr Stinger animates his lunch into a giant killer dumpling.

7.35 Arthur
DW wants to be kissed, and George is overwhelmed by stage fright.

8.05 The Fairly Odd Parents
It's bad news when Timmy's Halloween wish comes true.

8.30 The Saturday Show
Featuring music from Javine, while guests include Kate Garven from Home and Away and Chris Perry-Metcalf and Jack McMullen from Grange Hill. Plus Woody Woodpecker and Rugrats. Hosted by Simon Grant, Angellica Bell and Jake Humphrey. Director Grigor Stirling ; Executive producer Colin Nobbs

10.00 The Mysti Show
The half-human, half-fairy meets illusionist Jez Rose and Sam and Mark on the Heath. Rick and Ollie become cowboys and there's a chance to win FA Cup Final tickets. Also on CBBC channel. Director Angelo Abela; Producer Michael Connock

11.00 Top of the Pops Saturday
Peter Andre, Emma Bunton, the 411, V, and Speedway perform live. Other guests include McFly, while presenter Fearne Cotton is put On the Spot and D-Side Pop 2 It for another lucky fan. Dale Winton reviews the latest pop singles. Director James Morgan ; Producer Christina Brown Repeated at 6pm on CBBC channel


Unknown: Kate Garven
Unknown: Chris Perry-Metcalf
Unknown: Jack McMullen
Unknown: Grange Hill.
Unknown: Woody Woodpecker
Unknown: Simon Grant
Unknown: Angellica Bell
Unknown: Jake Humphrey.
Director: Grigor Stirling
Producer: Colin Nobbs
Producer: Michael Connock
Unknown: Peter Andre
Unknown: Emma Bunton
Presenter: Fearne Cotton
Unknown: Dale Winton
Director: James Morgan
Producer: Christina Brown

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