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CBBC by Royal Appointment


We have produced a Style Guide to help editors follow a standard format when editing a listing. If you are unsure how best to edit this programme please take a moment to read it.
In celebration of the Queen's Golden Jubilee, CBBC is offering viewers the chance to choose the programmes they would like to see.

For choice A call [number removed] and choice B, [number removed].
Lines open for the 9am programme on Sunday 2 June and for the other choices are open for 15 minutes during the preceding programme.
All calls cost a maximum of 10p. Don't forget to ask the person who pays the bill for permission first.
WEBSITE: [web address removed]

9.00 (A) Mona the Vampire: The man with Nine Lives comes to town.
(B) Dennis the Menace: Fun with Dennis and Gnasher.

9.25 (A) Rugrats: Dil wants to share Spike with Tommy, and Angelica thwarts Tommy's plans.
(B) Arthur: Arthur follows the herd and his Dad volunteers to cater for a school party.

9.50 (A) Even Stevens: Larry Beale sets Louis up for a fall.
(B) LA7: Clever Camp. Do S Club 7 have anything to teach a group of intelligent children?

10.15 (A) The Wild Thornberrys: Who's going to Thanksgiving at Grandma Sophie's?
(B) Super Duper Sumos: Booma becomes a model.

10.45 Movie Choice
For film A call [number removed] and for film B, [number removed]. Lines open at 8.25am today.
(A) The Wind in the Willows ***
Adventure, based on the classic children's novel. Toad alarms his friends Mole and Rat with plans to sell up. Review page 56.
Director Terry Jones (1996, U)
(B) Rent-a-Kid *** Family comedy. A couple thinking of having children decide to rent some first. Review page 56.
Director Fred Gerber (1992, U)


Director: ("The Wind in the Willows") Terry Jones
Director ("Rent-a-Kid"): Fred Gerber

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CBBC by Royal Appointment

BBC Two England, 3 June 2002 9.00

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