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Ends 5.35.

The babies get the wrong end of the stick and Angelica plays practical jokes.

4.10 The Cramp Twins
Wayne tries to stretch Tony.

4.25 The Story of Tracy Beaker
Tracy tries to persuade Cam to foster her.
More cast on Tuesday

4.35 The Mummy
Weasler and Imhotep kidnap Einstein and make him solve the code.

5.00 Grange Hill
Mrs Holmes loses control and there are fireworks at Ozzie's opening night.
More cast on Tuesday Omnibus next
Sunday on BBC2

5.25 Newsround


Cam: Lisa Coleman
Duke: Clive Rowe
Ben: Luke Youngblood
Tracy's mum: Annette Bentley
Adele: Rochelle Gadd
Maxy: Jerome Holder
Jenny: Sharlene Whyte
Mike: Connor Byrne
Miss Fraser: Judith Wright
Michael Barton: Nicholas Caunter
Kathy Mcilroy: Sammy O'Grady
Ian Hudson: John Hudson
Chris: Peter Shea
Ozzie Osboume: Jon Newman
Matt Singleton: Robert Stuart
Mrs Holmes: Rachel Bell

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