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Ends 5.35.
Woody Woodpecker Three stories. Woody wrestles, Buzz Buzzard teaches the kids to ski, and Woody pretends to be sick. Repeated tomorrow at 7.35am on BBC2
4.05 The Mummy The O'Connells defend themselves against a native American spirit.
4.25 Looney Tunes Bugs defends granny against Sam.
4.30 Call the Shots AvisittoAardman animation studios to meet Oscar-winning director Nick Park on the set of the latest Wallace and Gromit feature. With Sarah Cawood , Steve Wilson and Fearne Cotton.
Repeated tomorrow at 7.10am on BBC2
4.55 CBBC at the Fame Academy
Continuing the week's updates.
Evening episode at 7pm
5.00 Byker Grove Lou tries to cope with all the disruption at home.
This week's episodes written by Keith Temple
5.25 Newsround


Director: Nick Park
Unknown: Sarah Cawood
Unknown: Steve Wilson
Unknown: Byker Grove Lou
Lou: Anne Orwin
Anjali: Nisha Joshi
Adam: Alex Beebe
Stella: Emma Littlewood
Mukasa: Simon Yugire
Carl: David Tarkenter
Bradley: Nicholas Nancarrow
Lesley: Grace Stilgrove
Luke: Dominic Beebe
Emma: Holly Matthews

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