Noddy's alarm clock is broken. (R) (S)
Dragon's visit the local library run by Princess Betty Bye Bell. (R) (S)
Princess Betty Bye
Animated adventures with the young aardvark. (R) (S)
More fun with the hungry Tasmanian Devil and his family of misfits. (R)(S)
Eliza and the gang are stranded on the banks of the Congo. (R) (S)
Katy Hill, Ortis, Trey Farley and Sarah Cawood present a special New Year's edition of the show with a line-up of top acts, including Martine McCutcheon who performs her new single and a look back at the musical clangers of the year in Popoholics.
Plus, a host of New Year messages from top celebrities and the usual cartoon fun from Monster Ranchers, Rugrats and Big Wolf on Campus. (S)(W)
BBC Live and Kicking magazine: price £1.60 available monthly from retailers
Comedy. A teacher takes her all-male class on a trip to Los Angeles during the spring break, but they get lost and the group lands up at a hotel owned by the teacher's old boyfriend.
Director Chuck Bowman
(1995) (S) Films: pp 49-79 **
12.15 BBC News and Weather
Presented by Hazel Irvine.
12.25 Football Focus Ray Stubbs previews today's big games, including Manchester United's clash against Newcastle.
1.20, 4.00 Cross Country Live coverage from Durham of the Great North Cross Country which forms the second leg of the new Energiser Cross Cup for leading European runners. Past contenders include
Haile Gebrselassie and Derartu Tulu.
2.00 Skiing Action from the men's Downhill Alpine World Cup in Bormio, Italy. Hermann
Maier of Austria claimed the title last year and is the one to watch again this year as he faces fellow Austrian Hannes Trinkl.
Commentary from Matt Chilton and Graham Bell.
2.30 Around the Grounds A report from the various football grounds around the country.
2.40 Ice Skating Highlights of the Junior Grand Prix figure skating final from Ayr. The talented youngsters have competed in eight events around the world to reach this critical stage. Commentary by Barry Davies and Jane Hoffen.
3.45 Football Half Times A review of the latest football scores.
4.40 Final Score A roundup of today's sporting action. Producer Helen Kuttner
Editor Michael Cole (W)
The start of a second week of heats as six more competitors attempt to secure a place in the final.
Dale Winton returns for a celebrity edition of the popular game show. Tonight, Linda Robson and Bradley Walsh try to discover EastEnders Shaun Williamson's partner while Changing Rooms' Anna Ryder Richardson and Andy Kane identify Sally Gunnell's other half.
Tonight's contestants join the ranks of the famous Butlins Red Coats and try a spot of crepe tossing, before attempting some African dancing. With Melanie Stace. (S) (W)
Dale Winton is joined by more top guests for the all-important Thunderball, Lottery and Lottery Extra draws. (S) (W)
Epiphany. Arch-enemies Barney and Spencer are forced to work as a team to save a patient from danger.
Written by Suzie Smith
Series producer Rachel Wright : Director Dominic Lees
For more cast see Saturday 23 December (S) (W)
The comic returns with a selection of comedy characters featuring the gormiess video shop assistant, the Big Tramp, and an array of film spoofs. See Choice.
Director Matt Lipsey : Producers Lucy Robinson and Clive Tulloh (S) (W)
A roundup of the year's celebrity highlights hosted by Alistair's Angus Deayton and Carol Smillie played by Ronni Ancona. Also features impressions of Posh and Becks. See Choice
Director GarethCarrivick; Producer Charlie Hanson (S) (W) Entertainment: page 6
Another visit to Taransay to discover how the castaways are feeling at the end of their year together. (S) (W)
Followed by National Lottery Update
With Sian Williams Weather David Braine. (S) (W)
The best of the day's Premiership action, with highlights of Newcastle United's clash against Manchester United and Derby's trip to Southampton. Introduced by Gary Lineker with Mark Lawrenson and Trevor Brooking.
Repeated tomorrow on BBC2 at 6.55am (S) WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/football
BBC MATCH OF THE DAY MAGAZINE: price Â£2.50, available monthly Sport: page 39
Nick Hancock and the team are joined by guests including ex-footballer Ally McCoist and athlete Darren Campbell.
Shown on Christmas Eve at 10.45pm (S) (W)
Another chance to see this festive edition of the show featuring singer Cliff Richard , former footballer Ian Wright , tennis legend Ilie Nastase and actor Ricky Tomlinson.
Shown yesterday at 6.10pm (S) (W)
Followed by Weathervlew (W)
Motor-racing drama starring James Caan. The romantic rivalry between the members of a motor-racing team threatens to spill over on to the track.
Director Howard Hawks (1965) (S) Films: pp 49-79 ***