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2002: It's Up to You Awards The results of the vote to find your top CBBC shows of 2002. There'll be some surprises along the way, as well as classic clips and the chance to see your top five programmes. Best Comedy The show that gave you the most laughs.

7.25 Best Looney Toon
Who's the most popular character?

7.30 Best Catchphrase
"Boom! Boom!", "Meep! Meep!" Which is best?

8.00 Best Info Show
Which show proved the most thought-provoking and informative?

8.25 Best Friends
Who are the most deserving dynamic duo?

8.35 Most Wanted
Who has been up to the most mischief?

9.00 Best Drama
Which was the best drama of the year?

9.30 Best Dressed
Could it be Fearne or Becky?

10.00 Best Entertainment
Which show was the most fun?

10.25 Best Song
What was the most catchy theme song?

10.55 Best Butt
Who has the best butt? Could it be a Sumo?

11.00 Best Cartoon
Perhaps the toughest award.

11.25 XChange Xtra
Daniel Bedingfield sings his latest single.

11.40 Balto
Animated adventure featuring the voices of Kevin Bacon, Bob Hoskins and Bridget Fonda.
Alaska 1925: can an outcast hound, Balto, save a sick girl?
(Widescreen) Review page 66.
Director Simon Wells (1995, U) ***


Guest ("Xchange Xtra"): Daniel Bedingfield
Voices ("Balto"): Kevin Bacon
Voices ("Balto"): Bob Hoskins
Voices ("Balto"): Bridget Fonda
Director ("Balto"): Simon Wells

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