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Stephen decides to have a birthday party.
9.25 The Woody Woodpecker Show
Woody competes in the country fair's anything goes" race.
9.35 Serious Desert 4/6.
The team face their toughest assignment to date.
10.00 Get Your Own Back
Children compete in madcap games to send adults to the gunk pool.
The animated tale of a fruit bat who is adopted by a family of birds.
Adventure Peter Fonda and Alec Baldwin. Mr Conductor's supply of gold dust - that lets him journey from a magical island of talking trains to a real-life village - is running out and he must call upon his cousin for help.
Review page 76.
A Sporting Chance. George joins a Sunday league cricket team. Writer Paul MayhewArcher
'he Archbishop of Canterbury reflects on 2003 and looks forward to the year ahead.
Shown yesterday at 6.35pm on BBC2
Nine journalists get a grilling in the quiz hosted by "Queen of Mean" Anne Robinson.
Classic family musical starring Julie Andrews and Christopher Plummer.
Spirited trainee nun Maria becomes governess to the seven children of a retired naval officer. She instils a love of music in the children, but the family's happiness is threatened by the Nazi occupation of Austria. Review page 76.
Director Robert Wise (1965, U)
BBCi: digital viewers can sing along to the music via the red button on their handset
Captain Von Trapp:
6/6. The climax of the musclebound marathon sees ten bicep-brandishing titans aiming to outdo each other in seven tasks - including the formidable Pillars of Hercules - as they contest this year's title in Zambia. Presented by John Inverdale and former winner Jamie Reeves , with commentary from Paul Dickenson.
Keeley Fawcett stars as a young evacuee in an evocative adaptation of Nina Bawden's classic novel.
Carrie and her young brother Nick are evacuated from wartime London and end up in a Welsh village, where they are taken in to a spartan home by kindly Lou and her strict brother. There they discover a completely different world of warmth and plenty at Druid's Bottom with the outrageous Hepzibah and her friends, tongue-tied Mr Johnny and Albert Sandwich. But after the death of Mrs Gotobed, friction begins to ensue among the householders.
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Janine finally confesses all to Barry, with devastating consequences. Martin and Sonia begin to see each other in a new light, and Tariq confides in Mickey a secret that he has been harbouring since childhood.
Cast on Monday 22 and Monday 29 December
Repeated 10pm on BBC3
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Romantic comedy starring Mel Gibson and Helen Hunt.
Chauvinist advertising executive Nick Marshall is horrified when the promotion he thought would be his goes to a woman. But everything changes after he suffers a freak accident and discovers that he can hear the thoughts of every woman around him. Review page 79.
Director Nancy Meyers (2001, 12) Film highlights: page 47
With Fiona Bruce. Weather with Michael Fish.
Action thriller starring Keanu Reeves , Dennis Hopper and Sandra Bullock. A demented extortionist wires up one of the elevators in an LA skyscraper with explosives, hoping to collect a huge ransom. But he has not counted on the reckless bravery of SWAT daredevil Jack Traven. Though
Traven saves the day, his adversary escapes, only to plant an even more deadly device, this time on board a commuter-filled bus. Review Da£e 79.
Director Jan De Bont (1994, 15)
Drama starring Emilio Estevez and Molly Ringwald. A group of five strangers are thrown together one Saturday in high-school detention. Before the day is over, they will break all the rules, bare their souls and find true friendship in the unlikeliest of places. Review page 79.
Director John Hughes (1985, 15) Emilio Estevez stars in National Lampoon's Loaded Weapon 1 tomorrow 1.15am
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