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Tweenies Christmas Countdown

Followed by Little Bear
Triple bill. Little Bear and Duck go to the North Pole.

7.30 Brum
Brum tries to find crooks disguised as bushes.
Shown last Mon, BBC2

7.40 Fix and Foxi
Animated double bill. The pals try to catch an escaped circus bear.

7.50 Flint the Time Detective
Petra tricks Rocky.

8.15 Bruno the Kid Adventures
with the 11-year-old whiz-kid.

8.35 Rugrats
Fun with the romper suited rascals.

9.00 The Saturday Show
Dani Behr and Joe Mace welcome guests Emma Bunton, who performs her new single, We're Not Gonna Sleep Tonight, WWF star Bret "The Hitman" Hart and Neighbours heart-throb Daniel McPherson.
Karaoke Kriminals continues, there's cartoon fun with Super Duper Sumos, Jackie Chan Adventures and The Cramp Twins, plus last week's episode of Hollywood 7 (which continues Thursday at 4.35pm) and US comedy with So Little Time.


Presenter ("The Saturday Show"): Dani Behr
Presenter ("The Saturday Show"): Joe Mace
Guest ("The Saturday Show"): Emma Bunton
Guest ("The Saturday Show"): Bret "The Hitman" Hart
Guest ("The Saturday Show"): Daniel McPherson
Producer ("The Saturday Show"): Daniel Baldwin
Producer ("The Saturday Show"): Jennifer Chatham
Producer ("The Saturday Show"): Melissa Hardinge
Executive Producer ("The Saturday Show"): Annette Williams

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