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Ends 12.00.
Metalheads Schmed invents the sandwich.
7-15 Super Duper Sumos Genghis tells
Kimo he is his father.
7.35 Arthur Tempers fray on the hottest day of the school year, then Francine's sick in the cafeteria.
8.05 The Fairly Odd Parents The anti-fun pixies take over Fairyworld. then Vicky becomes nice.
8.30 The Saturday Show Pop band
V perform live, and actors Sam Smith and Leonie Elliott - stars of new film Wondrous Oblivion- are in the studio.
Plus, a visit to the Raffia, cartoons
Woody Woodpeckerand Rugrats , and games Feed Ma Face, Flap Yer Fish, Who's Bin in da Club? and Booty and the Beasts. With Simon Grant , Angellica Bell and Jake Humphrey. Director Grigor Stirling ; Executive producer Colin Nobb
10.00 The MystI Show The half-human, half-fairy meets EastEnders' Charlie Brooks , while Rick and Ollie go ghosthunting. Also on CBBC channel. Producer Michael Connock ; Executive producer David Wong
U.00 Top of the Pops Saturday
With live performances from Busted, Pop, D-Side, and the Boogie Pimps , plus Christina Milian , who's also put On the Spot. With Fearne Cotton. Director James Morgan ; Executive producer Sue Morgan Repeated at
6pm on CBBC channel


Unknown: Sam Smith
Unknown: Leonie Elliott
Unknown: Woody Woodpeckerand Rugrats
Unknown: Simon Grant
Unknown: Angellica Bell
Unknown: Jake Humphrey.
Director: Grigor Stirling
Producer: Colin Nobb
Unknown: Charlie Brooks
Producer: Michael Connock
Producer: David Wong
Unknown: Boogie Pimps
Unknown: Christina Milian
Director: James Morgan

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