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: CBBC

Ends 9.00.

2002: It's Up to You! - voting continues, this week for your favourite 2002 drama, via [web address removed]. Your top CBBC shows of the year are revealed on New Year's Eve on BBC1.

Rotten Ralph
Percy calls on Ralph's help when he becomes smitten with an alley cat.

7.10 The Raccoons
Animated capers from Evergreen Forest

7.35 The Scooby Doo Show
A museum curator has dastardly plans for Viking Lake.

8.00 CBBC at the Fame Academy
Talent-school update. Further coverage on CBBC channel

8.05 Blue Peter
Children's magazine.
Shown last Friday on BBC1

8.30 The Wayne Manifesto
Rosie gets in the way of Wayne's date at the movies with Violet.

: CBeebies

Ends 10.50.
9:00: Clifford the Big Red Dog: The story of how Emily's unconditional love for Clifford transformed the runt of the litter.
9:15: Binka: Double bill. Binka has an ill-fated attempt at impressing
Suki, and sees how different things look by night.
9:25: William's Wish Wellingtons: Another adventure with the boy and his magical footwear.
9:30: Fimbles: Pom finds something funy.
Shown last Friday on BBC1
9:50: Teletubbies Count to Christmas: Another advent moment.
Then Pingu: The clumsy penguin builds a snowman.
10:00: Tweenies: Milo gets keen on percussion.
10:20: Teletubbies: Laa-Laa finds Po asleep under a tree. Followed by CBeebies Birthdays

: Schools programmes

Repeats are not indicated.
10.50 Magic Key (ages 5-6)
Nadim's Machine (Instructions) 9388286 11.05 Hands Up! (ages 7-9) Hat Trick 9105625 11.20 Hands Up! (ages 7-9) Sports Reporter 9126118 11.35
Watch (ages 5-7) Living Through the Seasons -Grass
11.50 Around Scotland (ages
10-12) Technology: The Things We Wear- T-shirts 2
12.10 Primary Geography (ages 9-12) Rivers of the World -the Mississippi

: Working Lunch

Finance and business news with Adam Shaw.

Contributors

Unknown: Adam Shaw.

: Snooker

Hazel Irvine, Steve Davis and John Parrott introduce the action as four players book their place in the UK championship quarter-finals this afternoon.
It's an open competition this year- both Ronnie O'Sullivan and world champion Peter Ebdon failed to progress beyond the last 16 at last month's British Open, while world number one Mark Williams suffered a shock semi-final defeat at the hands of Ian McCulloch. Similarly, in October's LG Cup, outsider Chris Small - ranked 29 - claimed the title in a competition marked by poor form on the part of the top players.
Including News; Regional News (Digital: BBC London News); Weather

Contributors

Unknown: Steve Davis
Unknown: John Parrott
Unknown: Ronnie O'Sullivan
Unknown: Peter Ebdon
Unknown: Mark Williams
Unknown: Ian McCulloch.
Unknown: Chris Small

: Weakest Link

Elimination quiz.

: The Simpsons

Much Apu about Nothing. Marge and Homer find an anti-immigrant proposal they support may affect Apu.

: The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air

Blood Is Thicker than Mud. Will and Carlton have to carry out humiliating tasks as part of their initiation into a college fraternity. Another episode is on Thursday at 6.20pm

: Snooker

Further live coverage from York as more players progress towards securing a quarter-finals spot. Introduced by Hazel Irvine , with Steve Davis and John Parrott.

Contributors

Introduced By: Hazel Irvine
Unknown: Steve Davis
Unknown: John Parrott.

: Fred Dibnah's Magnificent Monuments

Pleasure Palaces. The Lancastrian steeplejack sizes up a range of buildings designed for leisure, from early Roman baths to Blackpool roller coasters. Last in the series.
Director/producer David Hall

Contributors

Producer: David Hall

: University Challenge

High-scoring runners-up University College, London, and University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology do battle for a place in the second round. With Jeremy Paxman. Director Tracey Rooney ; Producer Peter Gwyn

Contributors

Unknown: Jeremy Paxman.
Director: Tracey Rooney
Producer: Peter Gwyn

: Blood of the Vikings

Rulers. The Norse invaders' raids and extortion weakened
England's resistance to such a degree that King Canute, himself a Viking, was able to seize the English throne. Julian Richards recounts how the English took revenge on these impostors with the grim story of a captive Viking flayed alive. Producer Suzanne Levy ; Executive producer Caroline van den Brul (Revised rpt) www.bbc.co.uk/history/programmes/bloodofthevikings

Contributors

Unknown: Julian Richards
Producer: Suzanne Levy
Producer: Caroline van Den Brul

: Comedy Night

Ends 10.30.
Dead Ringers Impressionists Jon Culshaw , Jan Ravens , Mark Perry , Phil Cornwell and Kevin Connelly perform more comic sketches sending up public figures. Directors Jonathan Gershfield and Pati Marr ; Producer Bill Dare
Repeated on Tuesday at 9pm on BBC Choice
9.30 TLC Flynn saws off the wrong leg while operating on a villain, and there's a rooftop chase after a new directive is issued.
Written by Fintan Coyle ; Produced by Geoff Posner and David Tyler ; Directed by Geoff Posner Repeated 10.30pm Tuesday on BBC Choice
10.00 I'm Alan Partridge / Know What Alan Did Last Summer
Concerned about a visit from the Inland Revenue, Alan lies to
Sonja about the extent of his friendship with U2 singer Bono.
Written by Peter Baynham , Steve Coogan and Armando lannucci
Producer/director Armando lannucci Repeated Tuesday at llpm on BBC Choice [Web Address Removed] BBC SHOP: series one video, £12.99; DVD. £19.99 available to order including p&p from [Web Address Removed]

Contributors

Unknown: Jon Culshaw
Unknown: Jan Ravens
Unknown: Mark Perry
Unknown: Phil Cornwell
Unknown: Kevin Connelly
Directors: Jonathan Gershfield
Directors: Pati Marr
Written By: Fintan Coyle
Produced By: Geoff Posner
Produced By: David Tyler
Directed By: Geoff Posner
Unknown: Alan Partridge
Written By: Peter Baynham
Written By: Steve Coogan
Dr Flynn: Reece Shearsmith
Dr Noble: Alexander Armstrong
Frank Briggs: Frank Harper
Sister Hope: Llewella Gideon
The Chaplain: Tim Brooke-Taylor
Staff Nurse Judy: Georgia MacKenzie
Mr Ron: Richard Griffiths
Sid: Tom Watt
Terry: Benedict Wong
Dl Crighton: David Cann
Alan Partridge: Steve Coogan
Lynn: Felicity Montagu
Michael: Simon Greenall
Sonja: Amelia Bullmore
Dave Clifton: Phil Comwell
Tax inspectors Angela Catherall: Jo Enright
Bono: Daniel Cerqueira
Gordon: Michael Wardle
John: Tim Dantay

: Newsnight

Analysis of the news, with Kirsty Wark.
Editor George Entwistle

Contributors

Unknown: Kirsty Wark.
Editor: George Entwistle

: Snooker

Hazel Irvine, Steve Davis and John Parrott review the day's third-round action in the UK championship from York's Barbican Centre.

Contributors

Unknown: Steve Davis
Unknown: John Parrott

: Despatch Box

Andrew Neil presents the latest news from Westminster, plus a look at tomorrow's papers.
Series editor Lucie Hass

Contributors

Unknown: Andrew Neil
Editor: Lucie Hass

: BBC Learning Zone

Repeats are not indicated.
Open University 12.30 Ever Wondered? 3287958 12.45
Personal Passions - Germaine Greer 3102213 1.00 Ever Wondered? 15836 1.30 Glasgow 1998 - Supporting the Arts
Secondary Schools 2.00 Study Ireland: Citizenship 2000 Languages 4.00 Work Talk 2: France
Working for Yourself 5.00 Has the Dot-com Bubble Burst? Open University 6.00 The World of the Dragon 15229 6.30 Looking at What Happens in Hospital

Contributors

Unknown: Germaine Greer








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