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Ends 12.15pm.

Yvon of the Yukon
Harland stays with Yvon after being kicked out of Big Mary's.

9 25 Arthur
Who wrote "Binky Rules" on the school walls?

9.50 UBOS
Zarlack has an evil plan to steal all of Earth's plants and flowers.

10.10 Mona the Vampire
The gang discover the ghost of a man wrongly accused of theft and reopen the century-old case.

10.25 Bring It On
Richard McCourt and Dominic Wood take to the catwalk at Scotland's leading fashion show.

10.50 The Wild Thornberrys
Eliza learns about tolerance when cousin Tyler pays a visit.

11.15 Blue Peter Jubilee Party
Highlights of yesterday's Jubilee party, featuring performances from Gareth Gates, Sophie Ellis-Bextor and S Club Juniors.
Plus Konnie Huq gets to test-drive a Bentley and delivers the Queen's new car.
Free Blue Peter magazine: page 36

Contributors

Presenter (Bring It On): Richard McCourt
Presenter (Bring It On): Dominic Wood
Singer (Blue Peter Jubilee Party): Gareth Gates
Singer (Blue Peter Jubilee Party): Sophie Ellis-Bextor
Group (Blue Peter Jubilee Party): S Club Juniors
Presenter (Blue Peter Jubilee Party): Konnie Huq

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