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I was doing some cleaning the other day and found an old schedule I wrote down when I was 8 for the UK/European CN/TNT channel on October 11th, 1998 (I used to do that all the time, please don't judge me).

At noon they interrupted normal scheduling and something called Mystery Weekender started. There were no schedule sources back then (at least not in my country) and I remember staying home that particular sunday with my younger brother and watching sooo many Scooby-like shows and obscure cartoons for the first time in my life. I remember that evening being at the same time fascinating and weird. Some cartoons were so obscure that there were no introductory bumpers for them. Even more weirder, CN never did that Mystery thing ever again as far as I remember and some of these cartoons were maybe never shown again. At least not on CN.

CN schedule October 11th, 1998:
08:00 Johnny Bravo
08:30 Animaniacs
09:00 Dexter’s Laboratory
09:30 Dexter’s Laboratory
10:00 Cow and Chicken
10:30 I am Weasel
11:00 Beetlejuice
11:30 Tom and Jerry
MYSTERY WEEKENDER
12:00 Scooby-Doo, Where Are You?
12:30 Captain Caveman and the Teen Angels
13:00 Goober and the Ghost Chasers
13:30 Clue Club
14:00 The Buford Files
14:30 Fangface
15:00 The Funky Phantom
15:30 Godzilla
16:00 Speed Buggy
16:30 The Amazing Chan and the Chan Clan
17:00 Mr. T Adventures
17:30 Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kids
18:00 Mumbly
18:15 Secret Squirrell
18:30 The New Shmoo
19:00 Jabberjaw
19:30 Droopy, Master Detective
20:00 Inch High, Private Eye
20:30 Josie and the Pussycats


I have some other schedules of other marathons around that era. I will post these if anyone is interested.
 
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According to, Dagbladid Visir on timarit.is schedules the schedule you've listed is not from May but early October weekend of the same day (schedules here are listed in Icelandic time - which is GMT -1). Also "Animaniacs" didn't start airing on CN UK/Europe until September 1998: https://timarit.is/files/12752324

Here's schedule of CN UK/Europe for Monday, 4th May 1998 according to DV on timarit.is (all times converted to GMT):
05:00 Omer and the Starchild
05:30 Ivanhoe
06:00 The Fruitties
06:30 Blinky Bill
07:00 Thomas the Tank Engine and Friends
07:15 The Magic Roundabout
07:30 Tom and Jerry
07:45 Dexter's Laboratory
08:00 Cow and Chicken
08:15 2 Stupid Dogs
08:30 Tom and Jerry Kids
09:00 The Bugs and Daffy Show
09:30 Road Runner
10:00 The Jetsons Meet the Flintstones
12:00 Dee Dee Day
18:00 Tom and Jerry
18:15 Road Runner
18:30 The Flintstones
19:00 Batman
19:30 The Mask
20:00 The Real Adventures of Jonny Quest
20:30 The Bugs and Daffy Show
21:00 SWAT Kats: The Radical Squadron
21:30 The Addams Family
22:00 Help! It's the Hair Bear Bunch!
22:30 Hong Kong Phooey
23:00 Top Cat
23:30 Dastardly and Muttley In Their Flying Machines
00:00 The Scooby-Doo Show
00:30 The Jetsons
01:00 Jabberjaw
01:30 Galtar and the Golden Lance
02:00 Ivanhoe
02:30 Omer and the Starchild
03:00 Blinky Bill
03:30 The Fruitties
04:00 The Real Story of...
04:30 Blinky Bill

Source: https://timarit.is/files/12701516 (apparently, the 24hr version of CN UK/Europe was available in Iceland only on Breidvarp)
 

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Hi Moleoman,

Thank you for your reply. I checked my notes and you are right. I got that schedule mixed up with the "Dee Dee Day" marathon one, which I also wrote down on the same notebook and which happened on May 4th, 1998 (sadly I do not have all the episodes as I got tired of watching but I imagine they were all Dee Dee related one).

According to my notes, the first one is actually from October 11th, 1998 (which makes more sense, since I remember staying home because of the bad weather).
 

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I was doing some cleaning the other day and found an old schedule I wrote down when I was 8 for the UK/European CN/TNT channel on October 11th, 1998 (I used to do that all the time, please don't judge me).

At noon they interrupted normal scheduling and something called Mystery Weekender started. There were no schedule sources back then (at least not in my country) and I remember staying home that particular sunday with my younger brother and watching sooo many Scooby-like shows and obscure cartoons for the first time in my life. I remember that evening being at the same time fascinating and weird. Some cartoons were so obscure that there were no introductory bumpers for them. Even more weirder, CN never did that Mystery thing ever again as far as I remember and some of these cartoons were maybe never shown again. At least not on CN.

CN schedule October 11th, 1998:
08:00 Johnny Bravo
08:30 Animaniacs
09:00 Dexter’s Laboratory
09:30 Dexter’s Laboratory
10:00 Cow and Chicken
10:30 I am Weasel
11:00 Beetlejuice
11:30 Tom and Jerry
MYSTERY WEEKENDER
12:00 Scooby-Doo, Where Are You?
12:30 Captain Caveman and the Teen Angels
13:00 Goober and the Ghost Chasers
13:30 Clue Club
14:00 The Buford Files
14:30 Fangface
15:00 The Funky Phantom
15:30 Godzilla
16:00 Speed Buggy
16:30 The Amazing Chan and the Chan Clan
17:00 Mr. T Adventures
17:30 Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kids
18:00 Mumbly
18:15 Secret Squirrell
18:30 The New Shmoo
19:00 Jabberjaw
19:30 Droopy, Master Detective
20:00 Inch High, Private Eye
20:30 Josie and the Pussycats


I have some other schedules of other marathons around that era. I will post these if anyone is interested.

I remember this!!!! Was so excited to see so many ''new'' HB cartoons I've never seen before on CN. There were some other, similar special weekends during those years. I also wrote down CN schedules for years, during the 90s. I should find them and post some.
 
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