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Ends 5.35.

Arthur
Arthur and his friends enter a story-writing contest and DW discovers science.

4.10 The Cramp Twins
Rodeo Rita rides into town.

4.20 There's a Viking In My Bed
In the third of the comedy rerun, Tim and Jack train Siggy to do the chores.
Written by Robin Kingsland, based on the books by Jeremy Strong

4.35 Jackie Chan Adventures
Jackie and the Dark Hand race to the Wind Demon's portal.

5.00 Short Change
The consumer show tests remote controlled cars, explains how the law can protect part-time workers and unmuddles a Harry Potter card game. With Angellica Bell, Rhodri Owen and Otis.
Repeated tomorrow at 7.45am on BBC2

5.25 Newsround

Contributors

Writer (There's a Viking In My Bed): Robin Kingsland
Based on the books by (There's a Viking In My Bed): Jeremy Strong
Siggy: Peter Aude
Mrs Tibblethwaite: Jenny Galloway
Mr Thripp: Patrick Mower
Penny Ellis: Gabrielle Cowburn
Keith Ellis: Paul Bigley
Tim Ellis: Jack Blumenau
Zoe Ellis: Clare Thomas
Jack: Johnathon Neal
Presenter (Short Change): Angellica Bell
Presenter (Short Change): Rhodri Owen
Presenter (Short Change): Ortis

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