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On CBBC today
Series 2, Episode 4 - Ernest Penfold And The Half-Price Wand
The streets of are London teeming with hundreds of wannabe wizards, all brandishing identical wands. After discovering that the wands are mass-produced shavings from Merlin's legendary staff, DM and Penfold set out to stop Quark's latest money-making scheme by reuniting the staff with its rightful owner.
Series 2, Episode 5 - Squawkenbard Kingcluck Brunel
When King Kong Brunel suggests that the Professor's success is all due to her privileged life as Danger Agency lab technician with scientist parents, an irked Squawk uses Brunel's Cow Trainer to swap bodies with him in order to show that she could be just as successful in his shoes.
Series 4, Episode 7 - DIY
When the Farmer pops out for more supplies, Bitzer is left in charge of decorating and calls on the flock for help. He soon realises this may be a terrible mistake as they have their own way of doing things - painting and decorating isn't their strong point!
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Monday 8th February 2021
After Life, Staged, Horrible Histories, Would I Lie To You?, Taskmaster and Inside No. 9 have won prizes in the Comedy.co.uk Awards 2020. Radio 4 comedies Michael Spicer: Before Next Door, Dead Ringers, I'm Sorry I Haven't A Clue and Joe Lycett's Obsessions have also won.