Showcasing some of the shows available on the CBBC channel over the next two weeks. Ends 8.30.
All or Nothing
Game show in which five teams face puzzle games, brainteasers and physical tests. Hosted by Jamie Rickers and Tara Maguire.
New sitcom about a teenager trying to make a fortune.
Another episode at 5pm on CBBC channel (S)
Interactive children's drama about three teenagers who produce an internet radio show. The week's episodes written by Nick Hoare. For cast see Tuesday
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All or Nothing Another edition of the game show where teamwork counts and good luck is needed to take the prizes.
7.50 Kerchlngl Taj befriends a 1960s ska singer, and tries to remix his songs. Written by Othneil Smith For cast see Monday Another episode at 5pm on CBBC channell
8.15 UGetMe Joe starts his new school.
Carly falls for the mysterious new DJ.
Contact details on Monday
All or Nothing Another edition of the teamwork game show where a pinch of luck will help take the prizes.
7.50 Kerchlngl Taj Lewis has just days to turn himself from a 14-year-old schoolboy into a high-powered businessman. Wouldn't it be more fun just to go to the Eternity Sisters gig with his friends?
Episode written by Marcus Powell For cast see Monday Another episode is at 5pm on CBBC channel
8.15 UGetMe Joe can't seem to let go of Leeds and settle in. so Delia takes matters into her own hands. Cast on Tuesday Contact details on Monday
All or Nothing Five teams face puzzle games, brainteasers and physical tests. With Jamie Rickers and Tara Maguire.
7.50 Kerchlngl Taj sets up a new shopping website, but his little brother changes the password.
Written by John Brennan For cast see Monday Another episode at 5pm on CBBC channel
8.15 UGetMe The show's future is hanging by a thread - will Patrick be able to save the day by sending down his contribution?
For cast see Tuesday Contact details on Monday
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