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Ends 12.50.

Christmas In Gaudinia
Chimney sweeps come to the rescue when the Christmas star is stolen from the sky.

7.25 Arthur
DW invents a friend, then Arthur loses a book.

7.50 Taz-Mania
Today, the tale of the incredible Taz.

8.10 Bring It On
Canada's Rocky Mountain's welcome the team for a Christmas special.

8.40 The Woody Woodpecker Show
Skiing, warm coats and tricks keep the friends busy.

9.00 Xchange Xtra
H and Claire play their latest top tune.

9.15 Looney Tunes
Daffy v Porky Pig.
More at 11.10am

9.25 The First Snow of Winter
Miriam Margolyes and Father Ted star Dermot Morgan voice the tale of a little duck.

9.50 The Scooby-Doo Show
Another spooky case.

10.15 The CBBC Junior Great North Run Party
Busted, S Club Juniors and Blazin' Squad are among the guests at the party.

10.40 Serious Jungle
Scorpions, spiders, tears and trauma loom as the young adventurers face a night in the rainforest.

11.10 Looney Tunes
More animated amusement.

11.15 Casper
Comedy with Christina Ricci, Bill Pullman and Eric Idle. A wicked heiress hires a ghost specialist, Dr Harvey, to rid her house of its unwanted inhabitants. But one befriends the doctor's daughter.
Review page 57.
Director Brad Silberling (1995, PG)


Voices (The First Snow of Winter"): Miriam Margolyes
Voices (The First Snow of Winter"): Dermot Morgan
[Actor] ("Casper"): Christina Ricci
[Actor] ("Casper"): Bill Dullman
[Actor] ("Casper"): Eric Idle
Director ("Casper"): Brad Silberling

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