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Ends 12.00.
Metalheads Baron Gruff attempts to usurp King Trepid.
7.15 Super Duper Sumos Bad Inc's menacing skyscrapers threaten a small fishing village.
7.40 Arthur Fern and Francine climb
Moose Mountain, and Binky feels unappreciated.
8.05 The Fairly Odd Parents Double bill, featuring a magical photocopier and souvenir bandits.
8.30 Looney Tunes Sylvester and Tweety visit the zoo.
8.35 Scooby-Doo and Scrappy-Doo
Triple bill.
9.00 Dick and Dom In da Bungalow
Richard McCourt and Dominic Wood host two hours of messy games and stunts. Plus cartoon fun with Watch My Chops, New Scooby and Scrappy Show and Looney Tunes. Also on CBBC channel. Last in the current run, but the series will return later in the year.
Director Simon Hepworth : Producer Steve Ryde
11.00 Top of the Pops Saturday
Live studio performances from Busted, Bellefire and Hilary Duff. Plus a review of the latest singles with Neighbours actor Blair McDonough, and a Pop Skool update. With Fearne Cotton. Director Jason Garbett : Producer Christina Brown
Repeated at 6pm on CBBC channel


Unknown: Arthur Fern
Unknown: Richard McCourt
Unknown: Dominic Wood
Director: Simon Hepworth
Producer: Steve Ryde
Producer: Hilary Duff
Unknown: Blair McDonough
Director: Jason Garbett
Producer: Christina Brown

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