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Ends 5.35.

Chuckie dreams that he and the other Rugrats have shrunk, but not Dil.

3.55 Chucklevision
Paul and Barry go undercover to track down Maddy. Written by John Sayle

4.10 UBOS
Wingo and Jingo put the school under a sleeping spell and run amok in the castle.

4.35 Belfry Witches
Beginning a rerun of the seven-part drama series, first shown in 1999, about two rebellious teenage witches. Skirty Marm and Old Noshie gatecrash the Witch Island ball with disastrous consequences.
Written by Kelly Marshall, based on the book by Kate Saunders

5.00 Blue Peter
In an action-packed show, Simon Thomas is let loose in New Zealand where he takes on a waterfall in an inflatable raft!
Repeated with sign language tomorrow at 7.35am on BBC2
WEBSITE: [web address removed] BBC BLUE PETER MAGAZINE: £1.85. New issue on sale 3 April
Children's adventures: page 18

5.25 Newsround


Writer ("ChuckleVision"): John Sayle
Writer ("Belfry Witches"): Kelly Marshall
Based on the book by ("Belfry Witches"): Kate Saunders
Skirty Marm: Laura Sadler
Old Noshie: Lucy Davis
Mrs Abercrombie: Jan Harvey
Chris Tucker: Scott Charles
Mrs Tucker: Polly Irvin
Detty Groggs: Paula Stockbridge
Bin Bag: Romily Warden

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