With Simon McCoy and Susanna Reid.
The National Lottery Daily Play.
Action from all nine of yesterday's Premiership ties, With Gary Lineker.
Shown yesterday at 11.20pm
Another cub goes missing in Wolf Wood. Trevor the ostrich guards his eggs.
Energetic comedy starring
Nathan Lane , Lee Evans and Christopher Walken.
Brothers Emie and Lars face unexpected problems from a mouse when they inherit a dilapidated old house.
Desperate to get rid of the rodent, they call in Caesar, the exterminator. Review page 72. Director Gore Verbinski (1997, PG)
Spirited comedy sequel to Honey, / Shrunk the Kids, starring Rick Moranis. Eccentric inventor Wayne Szalinski , now living with his family in Las Vegas, mistakenly enlarges his two-year-old son, who continues to grow every time he comes near an electric field. Review page 74.
Director Randal Kleiser (1992, U)
★★★★★ Classic family musical starring Julie Andrews and Christopher Plummer.
When trainee nun Maria begins to doubt her vocation, she leaves her convent in Salzburg to become a governess to a Widower's seven children. The spirited Maria instills a love of music in the children, but the family's happiness is threatened by the Nazi occupation of Austria. Review page 74. erector Robert Wise (1965, U)
4/6. "The Dudley Diplomat" Adrian Rollinson is among those carrying two motorcycles on their shoulders under the blue skies of the Bahamas.
More tomorrow 5.30pm.
With George Alagiah. Regional News
Then Weather with Sarah Wilmshurst.
Celebrating 35 years of the award-winning sports quiz with archive and interviews. First broadcast in 1970 the programme has seen three presenters joined by a long line of team captains, including the long and memorable partnership between the late Emlyn Hughes and Bill Beaumont.
Director Matt O'Casey ; Executive producer Caroline Roberts
A Question of Sport Late Night Outtakes, News Year's Eve at 10.50pm
Happy Returns. An old flame of Del's is rekindled in an episode of the classic sitcom from 1985.
Writer Joh Sui or Susan Belbin
The only hope of a secondary education for the girls who live in the mountain villages outside
Marrakesh in Morocco, is the boarding school of DarTaliba. Built with donations, there is one thing missing- a garden. Charlie Dimmock and Tommy Walsh attempt to create an ambitious design, including mature olive trees and exciting exotics, all before the start of Ramadan.
Director John Thomicroft ; Executive producer Carol Haslam
2/2. A rescue mission in the jungle awaits the lads following Barry's capture, but are they walking into a trap? See yesterday's choice.
More cast on page 166
So Long, farewell ...: page 22
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With George Alagiah. Regional News
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Powerful police drama starring Denzel Washington and Ethan Hawke. When an idealistic rookie cop is given the opportunity of a placement with an elite undercover narcotics squad, he soon discovers that his superior's approach to law enforcement is not strictly by the book. Review page 74. (2001, 18) Film Highlights: page 38
Comedy based on the BBC TV series, starring Rodney Bewes and James Bolam. Bob's long- suffering wife Thelma is delighted when her husband's friend Terry shows signs of settling down with a Rnnish girl. Review page 74. Director Michael Tuchner (1976, PG)
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Full On Food The best in British cheese.
2.50 Billy Connolly's World Tour of New Zealand 1/8.
Visiting the world's southernmost city.
3.30 Seemed Like a Good Idea at the Time 6/6.
Neil Kinnock 's walk on Brighton beach.
4.00 Wildlife on One 5/10. Capuchins -the Monkey Puzzle
Wild capuchins using hammers in Brazil.