With Jules Botfield.
Arthur Francine's band play with the Backstreet Boys.
9.25 The Woody Woodpecker Show
Frozen woodpeckers, models and amusement parks.
9.50 Looney Tunes Bugs becomes a TV star.
10.00 SMart Ice sculpture and drawing with chalk feature in the art show. Last in series.
4,25 Mona the Vampire Mona tries to revive a snowman.
10.40 The New Scooby and Scrappy
Show A ghost frightens folk at a Ski lodge.
Comedy with Nathan Lane. Two brothers face problems from a mouse when they inherit a dilapidated old house. Review page 61.
Director Gore Verbinski (1997. PG)
Robbie the Reindeer and pals search for a band of warriors in a family animation with a star-studded cast of voices.
Part-animated comedy. When their enemy Fearless Leader
- is brought into the real world,
Rocky and Bullwinkle must foil the villain. Review page 61.
Director DesMcAnuff (1999. U)
Robert De Niro also stars in Meet the Parents tonight at 8.30pm
Foray (voice Only)
Scott (voice Only)
Classic musical, with Judy Garland. When a tornado hits Dorothy's home in Kansas, she is whisked into a dazzling world. Review page 61.
Directors Victor Fleming and King Vidor (1939, U) (Colour and sepia) BBCi : digital viewers can sing along to the music via the red button on their handset
Animated musical adventure from Disney. Ancient China: headstrong Mulan disguises herself as a man and joins the army in her father's place. With the singing voices of Lea
Salonga and Donny Osmond. Review page 61. Featuring the voices of: Mulan Ming-Na
Directors Barry Cook and Tony Bancroft (1998, U) Film Highlights: page 45
Jim Broadbent and Hugh Laurie star as Alfred Salteena and Lord Bernard Clark, two gentlemen competing for the favours of young minx Ethel Monticue. Patrick Barlow's adaptation of Daisy Ashford's Victorian novel, a magical and poignant comic drama, is narrated by Alan Bennett.
Producer Christopher Hall
Director David Yates
The nine-year-old novelist: page 8
Lord Bernard Clark:
Earl of Clincham:
Prince of Wales:
Lady Gay Finchling:
Archbishop of Canterbury:
Anne Robinson takes viewers through TV's Hall of Shame - the fluffs and fumbles, giggles and gaffes, plus the usual contribution from our friends in the animal kingdom. Director Richard Valentine Producer Mike Parkinson
Garry's juggling act reaches crisis point, Derek faces his past, and Martin's plans for New Year come to a halt. Writer Julie Wassmer Cast on Monday 22 and Monday 29 December
Repeated 10.05pm on BBC3 Omnibus Sunday 28 December 1.40pm
Comedy with Robert De Niro and Ben Stiller. Male nurse Greg Focker wants to propose to his girlfriend Pam, but decides to he asks the permission of her old-fashioned father, Jack. However, Jack's overprotectiveness spells trouble for the accident-prone Greg. Review page 62.
Director Jay Roach (2000, 12) Robert DeNiro stars in The King of Comedy Monday 29 December 12.50am Film Highlights: page 44
1/2. What has happened to the Slough paper merchant workers in the three years since cameras started rolling at Wernham Hogg ? Concludes tomorrow at 9.50pm. Paul Ferguson Himself
Howard Brown Himself Mike McClean Himself Greg Burns Himself
www.bbc.co.uk/theoffice Ricky Gervais 's RT interview: page 30
Peter the agent:
Madonna and Britney, Rosemary and Thyme and free running are among this season's targets for the duo.
Director Nick Wood : Producer Jo Sargent Ab Fab - the beginning: page 13
Anna Ford. Weather Darren Bett.
Musical drama with Jennifer Beals as Alex, a welder who longs to become a ballet dancer. In the meantime, she dances at the bar frequented by her co-workers, waiting for a big break. Review page 62.
Director Adrian Lyne (1983, 15)
Followed by Weatherview
Horror spoof with Gene Wilder , Peter Boyle and Marty Feldman. Though shamed by his ancestry, Frederick Frankenstein goes to Transylvania and dreams of re-animating the dead. Review page 62.
Director Mel Brooks (1974,15) (BW)