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Ends 5.35.

Fizz doesn't like anything today. (R) (S) (W)

3.45 Gadget Boy
Spidra targets Gadget's ancestors. (R) (S)

4.10 Get Your Own Back
The gunge-filled game show returns for a 13-part new series. Presented by Dave Benson Phillips and Lisa Brockwell.
Repeated next Monday (S) (W)

4.35 Microsoap
Aunt Glenda visits.
Written by Grant Cathro and Alex Barlette (R) (S)

5.00 Maid Marian and Her Merry Men
Are aliens invading Worksop?
Written by Tony Robinson (R) (S)

5.25 Newsround (S) (W)


Presenter ("Get Your Own Back"): Dave Benson Phillips
Presenter ("Get Your Own Back"): Lisa Brockwell.
Writer ("Microsoap"): Grant Cathro
Writer ("Microsoap"): Alex Barlette
Aunt Glenda: Annette Badland
Joe: Paul Terry
Postman: Richard Dixon
Emily: Rebecca Hunter
Colin: Jeff Rawte
Jane: Suzanne Burden
Jennifer: Lou Gish
Roger: Ivan Kaye
David: Ryan Cartwright
Felicity: Lucy Evans
Robbie: Albey Brookes
Pogo: Sarah Mogg
Writer ("Maid Marian and Her Merry Men"): Tony Robinson
Marian: Kate Lonergan
Robin: Wayne Morris
King John: Fortes Collins
Sheriff: Tony Robinson
Rabies: Howard-Lew Lewis
Barrington: Danny-John Jules
Little Ron: Mike Edmonds
Gary: Mark Billingham
Hayley: Carry Britnell

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