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Arthur DW loses her blanket and Mr Ratbum is sick.
9.50 Tracy Beaker's The Movie of Me
Feature4ength episode of the drama set in a children's home. Will Tracy's wish be granted on her 13th birthday?
Writer Mary Morris
* Comedy drama starring
MC Hammer. Four kids try to save their mother's career by entering a rap contest. To increase their chances of winning, they enlist the help of a superstar. Review page 78. Director Chuck Vinson (1997)
Hyacinth stages a pageant: Our Town in the Civil War.
Writer Roy Clarke
Disney black comedy starring Bette Midler , Sarah Jessica 3arker and Kathy Najimy as three witches, hanged in the 17th century, who are brought back to life. Review page 81. Director Kenny Ortega (1993, PG)
There's a sad farewell to Caron Keating, and a warm welcome for Smudge the kitten and new presenter ZoÃ« Salmon.
Thrilling fantasy adventure.
1969: young Alan gets trapped in a magical board game.
Twenty-six years on, two children find the game and unleash its dark magic - along with Alan, now an adult. Review page 81.
"rector Joe Johnston (1995, PG)
van Pelt/Sam Parrish:
Iconic comedy caper starring Michael Caine and Noël Coward. An ex-con persuades a crook to finance a gold bullion robbery that takes place in Turin during a football match. Review oaee 81.
Director Peter Collinson (1969. PG)
Prof Simon Peach:
r Powerless. Union disputes and an off-message remark about Santa combine in a Christmas the is likelv to remember for all the wrone reasons.
Prime Minister Robert Bathurst
Writers Ian Hislop and Nick Newman ; Director Juliet May
Producer Matthew Francis
Trade and Industry Secretary:
Zoe seeks advice from Den, Jane says goodbye to David and Spencer is in trouble with the law. This week's episodes produced and directed by Steve Finn
Cast on page 158 and 182
Repeated at 10pm on BBC3
Omnibus next Sunday
EastEnders 8.00pm BBC1
With all the recent departures from Albert Square, it was a relief to see the two new faces that arrived yesterday. However, Alfie's cousins, Jake (Joel Beckett, who played Lee in The Office) and Danny (newcomer Jake Maskall), are yet another dodgy pair. Within minutes of their arrival they've nicked Den's watch and set about flirting with every woman they see. What with Andy Hunter, Den, Dennis and Paul, the place is awash with criminal tendencies. If things carry on like this, there won't be a decent, law-abiding citizen in the whole ofWalford. But how come it's Spencer that gets arrested? Surely some mistake? JR
2/2. Olympic medallist Shirley Robertson fields questions on Olympic sailing, Jimmy Savile picks Top of the Pops, antiques buff Eric Knowles opts for the artistry of Rene Lalique and actor Tom Ward waxes lyrical over Philip Larkin.
[ Fast-paced thriller starring Michael Douglas.
Psychiatrist Dr Nathan Conrad is contacted by a C man who has kidnapped his daughter. The ransom is for information locked away in the psyche of one of Conrad's patients, which may lead to the whereabouts of a precious gem. Review page 81.
Director Gary Fleder (2001, 15)
Dr Nathan Conrad:
Patrick B Koster:
Martin J Dolen:
Detective Sandra Cassidy:
Martin Johnson , Shane Warne , Kelly Holmes and Alan Davies feature in this risque compilation of sports-quiz blunders. With Sue Barker.
Natasha Kaplinsky and guests ring in the new on the banks of the Thames in London, with the midnight chimes from fireworks and the best of Hogmanay in Edinburgh. Including latest news with Fiona Bruce and a weather summary.
Editor Sam Taylor ; Directors Caroline Peers, Kathy Gee and Claire Popplewell
Stylish, Chicago-set crime drama, director Michael Mann 's debut feature, starring
James Caan. Frank is a jewel thief who wants out. He agrees to one last heist, but afterwards his Mob employers refuse to let him go. Review page 81. (1981, 18)
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