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2000 Today

Synopsis

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The mammoth millennium live broadcast continues with more entertainment and global turn-of-the-century reports. Six Hours to Go Gaby Roslin introduces some special reunions, bringing together long-lost friends and relatives. From the studio, Meera Syal looks forward to midnight in India and Rolf Harris watches "sun-arise" in Australia.
7.00 Five Hours to Go Shauna Lowry reports from Londonderry in Northern Ireland, where a massed choir sings
Danny Boy , and in London David Dimbleby and Juliet Morris watch guests arrive at the Dome for the opening ceremony.
7.05 2000 to 1 The grand final of the Children's Promise millennium quizshow to determine who will win the whole of 2000 off work on double pay. Hosted by Michael Parkinson and Katy Hill , with Lenny Henry making an appearance as the final Man in the Golden Suit. (W) All the above programmes carry subtitles

Contributors

Introduces: Gaby Roslin
Unknown: Meera Syal
Unknown: Rolf Harris
Unknown: Shauna Lowry
Unknown: Danny Boy
Unknown: Juliet Morris
Unknown: Michael Parkinson
Unknown: Katy Hill
Unknown: Lenny Henry

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