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Ends 5.35.
Arthur Jenna worries about attending a slumber party.
4.00 The Woody Woodpecker Show
Is Ms Meany a robot? Chilly steals Hogwash's fuel, then Buzz and Tweaky scam Woody.
4.20 The Story of Tracy Beaker
Tracy tries to make a good impression.
Writer Gary Parker
4.35 The Fairly Odd Parents
Timmy's fairy-hunting teacher comes for dinner, then Wanda gets a day off.
4.55 Feather Boy 2/6. Robert finds
Chance House derelict but not empty. See Tuesday's choice.
More cast on Tuesday
5.25 Newsround


Unknown: Arthur Jenna
Unknown: Ms Meany
Unknown: Gary Parker
Tracy Beaker: Dani Harmer
Justine: Montanna Thompson
Marco: Jack Edwards
Bouncer: Ben Hanson
Lol: Ciaran Joyce
Wesley: Omari Carter
Mavis: Evie Garratt
Headmaster: Philip Bird
Matron: Claire Benedict
Albert: Godfrey Jackman
Niker: Aaron Johnson
Dulcie: Pat Keen
Miss Raynham: Maggie McCarthy
Deggsy: Harry Michell
Louise Meacher: Reanna Calvert
Jo Meacher: Sophie Dix
Annabelle Meacher: Ella Jones
Orderly: Tasha Bertram

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