The mammoth millennium live broadcast continues.
Hour Seven: Sunrise in Venice, and the last sunset of the 20th century, in Samoa in the South Pacific.
Including at 6.50-7.00 BBC News and Weather
It's midnight in the Wild West, Hollywood and Las Vegas in the USA, and dawn in Italy and over the Jungfrau.
As the sun rises for the first time in the UK in 2000, pictures from the meridian line in Greenwich and all over the UK. Including at 8.15-8.30 BBC News and Weather
S Club 7 and Britney Spears perform live, there's a report on the lucky viewer who appeared in the millennium episode of EastEnders, and there are 2,000 prizes up for grabs. Plus the Leprechauns, Mr Blobby and two Rugrats adventures.
The live broadcast continues.
Hour Twelve: Samoa is the last place to enter the 21st century. Plus a look back at the night's events in the Americas. Including at 1154-12.00 BBC News and Weather
Starting with more than 35,000 church bells will ring across the country from noon. Including at 12.05, the Archbishop of Canterbury's New Year message. (Rptd on BBC2 at 11.45pm)
Some final global highlights. Including at
1.00 BBC News; Regional News;
Weather Highlights of the 28-hour millennial broadcast can be seen at 11.50pm
Classic family musical, starring Julie Andrews and Christopher Plummer.
When trainee nun Maria begins to have doubts about her vocation, she leaves her convent in Salzburg to become governess to seven children.
Films: pp 56-64 *****
Captain Von Trapp:
Another six men perform amazing feats of strength, knowing that only two of them will secure a place in Monday's final. With
David Attenborough hosts a celebration of 12 of the most beautiful wildlife spectacles across the planet. With the aid of stunning images from space, the journey includes grizzly bears, dusky dolphins, emperor penguins, red land crabs, and a cloud of monarch butterflies. See Choice. New year's David: page 26
Family couples attempt unusual challenges, including sword dancing with the Edinburgh Tattoo Ceilidh Dancers, a balloon ballet led by Jim Davidson and Barbara Windsor , assembling a Millennium Dome cake and performing a Wild West stunt routine. With Melanie Stace.
Director Stuart Hall ; Producer Sue Andrew
Terry Wogan reveals more memorable moments which the stars and presenters of some of the BBC's most popular programmes would much rather forget.
Director Ben Kellett ; Producers Clare Ragsdale , Tom Webber
Dale Winton welcomes three acts who had their first big chart success last year. Martine McCutcheon performs Perfect Moment, S Club 7 let it rip with their first big hit
Bring It All Back and Westlife repeat their great success If / Let You Go. Plus the regular lottery draw.
Director Richard Valentine ; Producer Peter Estall
It's New Year's Day, and the morning has a surprise in store for Adam. Chloe impresses Charlie and Duffy with her new-found confidence, while a call to a remote cottage brings drama for Josh and Penny.
Followed by National Lottery Update
The last of four seasonal episodes, concluding the rural comedy starring Dawn French.
Summer. A scorchingly hot summer leads to a severe water shortage in Dibley. When the water company announces plans to put a reservoir in the village, Geraldine decides it's time to take drastic action. See Choice.
Written by Richard Curtis and Paul Mayhew Archer ; Director Gareth Carrivick ; Producers Jon Plowman and Margot Gavan Duffy
Local TV reporter:
Local TV newsreader:
With Peter Sissons. Weather Helen Young.
Action thriller starring John Travolta and Christian Slater. US Air Force pilot Vic Deakins makes off with a cargo of nuclear missiles. His co-pilot, Riley Hale, with the help of park ranger Terry Carmichael, sets out to find him.
(1996, 15) Films: pp 56-64 ***
Followed by Weatherview
Colonel Max Wilkins:
Lieutenant Colonel Sam Rhodes:
A look back at highlights of the BBC's 28-hour millennium broadcast, featuring stories, interviews and celebrations worldwide, from the last sunsets and midnights of to the first dawns of 2000. Presented by David Dimbleby , Michael Parkinson , Gaby Roslin and Michael Buerk.
Executive editor Avril MacRory