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Ends 12.00.

The academy holds a sports day for the would-be knights and their dads.

7.15 Super Duper Sumos Will Bad Inc succeed in their attempt to control the kids' minds?

7.35 Arthur
Mom and Dad want to change their car, and Jenna is asked to a sleepover.

8.05 The Fairly Odd Parents
Double bill. Timmy sets up his own radio station, then he frees a planet from alien conquerors.

8.30 The Saturday Show
As the second heat of the Blue karaoke competition takes place, aptly enough today's guests are Fame Academy vocal coaches Carrie and David Grant. Plus games Flap Yer Fish, Who's Bin in Da Club? and Booty and the Beasts, and cartoon fun with Woody Woodpecker and Rugrats.
With Angellica Bell, Simon Grant and Jake Humphrey.

10.00 The Mysti Show
Rick and Mysti set out to prove that heart-throbs McFly can't cook when they try to make the biggest cake in the world.
(Also on CBBC channel)

11.00 Top of the Pops Saturday
This week's episode comes from the never-seen-before TOTP Saturday mansion, where guests include Phixx, Blazin' Squad and Rachel Stevens. McFly give a drumming lesson, plus Busted's new video. Presented by Fearne Cotton.
(Repeated at 6pm on CBBC channel)


Presenter (The Saturday Show): Angellica Bell
Presenter (The Saturday Show): Simon Grant
Presenter (The Saturday Show): Jake Humphrey
Guest (The Saturday Show): Carrie Grant
Guest (The Saturday Show): David Grant
Director (The Saturday Show): Iain Ross
Executive Producer (The Saturday Show): Colin Nobbs
Director (The Mysti Show): Stephen Woolfenden
Producer (The Mysti Show): Michael Connock
Guest (Top of the Pops Saturday): Rachel Stevens
Presenter (Top of the Pops Saturday): Fearne Cotton
Director (Top of the Pops Saturday): James Morgan
Producer (Top of the Pops Saturday): Christina Brown

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