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Ends 5.35.
Arthur Binky tries to write a poem. DW loses her voice.
4.10 All or Nothing Game show featuring mental and physical challenges. Hosted by Jamie Rickers and Tara Maguire.
4.35 Kerching! Is Mrs Lewis dating Ricardo's dad?
Writer Annie Bruce
5.00 Short Change An investigation into the world of child modelling agencies. Hosted by Angellica Bell, Ortis and Rhodri Owen.
Repeated tomorrow at 7.30am on BBC2
CONTACT: If you have a story that would interest the team call [number removed] (calls cost lOp per min maximum) or email short.change@bbc.co.uk
5.25 Newsround


Unknown: Arthur Binky
Unknown: Jamie Rickers
Unknown: Tara Maguire
Unknown: Mrs Lewis
Unknown: Annie Bruce
Unknown: Angellica Bell
Unknown: Rhodri Owen
Taj: Devon Anderson
Seymour: Tendayi Jembere
Danny: Jamie Sweeney
Missy: Tisha Martin
Kareesha: Velile Tshabalala
Ricardo: Danny Young
Alex: Elspeth Rae
Mum: Judy Browne
Omar: Jaeden Burke
Carlton: Curtis Walker
Shinaz: Allyson Brown
Kelvi n: Anthony Oseyemi
Mr Murray: Julian Protheroe
Josie: Francesca Molossi-Murphy

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