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Ends 7.00.

Little Bear
Stars, surprises and the North Pole.

6.30 Pingu
The petite penguin goes ice surfing.

6.35 Bob the Builder
Farmer Pickle's roof is in danger.

6.45 Clifford the Big Red Dog
Tummy trouble.

on BBC One London

Ends 12.50.

Christmas in Gaudinia
Chimney sweeps come to the rescue when the Christmas star is stolen from the sky.

7.25 Arthur
DW invents a friend, then Arthur loses a book.

7.50 Taz-Mania
Today, the tale of the incredible Taz.

8.10 Bring It On
Canada's Rocky Mountain's welcome the team for a Christmas special.

8.40 The Woody Woodpecker Show
Skiing, warm coats and tricks keep the friends busy.

9.00 Xchange Xtra
H and Claire play their latest top tune.

9.15 Looney Tunes
Daffy v Porky Pig.
More at 11.10am

9.25 The First Snow of Winter
Miriam Margolyes and Father Ted star Dermot Morgan voice the tale of a little duck.

9.50 The Scooby-Doo Show
Another spooky case.

10.15 The CBBC Junior Great North Run Party
Busted, S Club Juniors and Blazin' Squad are among the guests at the party.

10.40 Serious Jungle
Scorpions, spiders, tears and trauma loom as the young adventurers face a night in the rainforest.

11.10 Looney Tunes
More animated amusement.

11.15 Casper
Comedy with Christina Ricci, Bill Pullman and Eric Idle.
A wicked heiress hires a ghost specialist, Dr Harvey, to rid her house of its unwanted inhabitants. But one befriends the doctor's daughter.
(Widescreen)
Review page 57.
(1995, PG)

Contributors

Voices (The First Snow of Winter):
Miriam Margolyes
Voices (The First Snow of Winter):
Dermot Morgan
Director (Casper):
Brad Silberling
[Actor]:
Christina Ricci
[Actor]:
Bill Dullman
[Actor]:
Eric Idle

Jennifer Saunders is among the guests in an adaptation of Robert Louis Stevenson 's tale. Jim Hawkins and chums think their dreams have come true when they find a map to treasure. Review page 57. Director Brian Henson (1996, U)

Contributors

Unknown:
Jennifer Saunders
Unknown:
Robert Louis Stevenson
Unknown:
Jim Hawkins
Director:
Brian Henson

Fantasy sequel, starring James Cromwell.
Stranded in the city, Babe meets a group of strange animals. But when the animal-control squad impounds Babe's new friends, the pig sets out to help them.
(Widescreen) Review page 57. (1998, U)

Contributors

[Actor]:
James Cromwell.
Director:
George Miller

Comedy. When Hallie and Annie meet, they find they are twins separated years earlier after their parents' divorce. They want the family to be reunited, but are threatened by a gold-digger intent on marrying their father. Widescreen. Review page 57.
Director Nancy Meyers (1998. PG)

Contributors

Director:
Nancy Meyers
Hallie/Annie:
Lindsay Lohan
Nick Parker:
Dennis Quaid
Elizabeth James:
Natasha Richardson
Meredith Blake:
Elaine Hendrix
Chessy Usa:
Ann Walter
Martin:
Simon Kunz

Leslie Phillips guests as Tom's father - whose overbearing nature drives his son to the edge. Meanwhile, Terry is told he will have to get married in hospital and Chrissie's scan confirms her worst fears.
More cast on New Year's Eve [web address removed]
Tina Hobley 's Christmas: page 16

Contributors

Writer:
Andrew Holden
Producer:
Emma Turner
Director:
James Erskine
Tom Campbell-Gore:
Denis Lawson
Ed Keating:
Rocky Marshall
Chrissie Williams:
Tina Hobley
Sandy Harper:
Laura Sadler
Ric Griffin:
Hugh Quarshie
Diane Lloyd:
Patricia Potter
Kath Shaughnessy:
Jan Pearson
Danny Shaughnessy:
Jeremy Edwards
Terry Fox:
Miles Anderson
Owen Davis:
Mark Moraghan
Lisa Fox:
Luisa Bradshaw-White
Jan Goddard:
Judy Loe
Charles Campbell-Gore:
Leslie Phillips
David Reed:
Perri Snowdon
Allen Reed:
Jim Millea
Peter Reed:
Zoot Lynam
Harriet Campbell-Gore:
Colette O'Neil
Tricia Jones:
Penelope McGhie
Registrar:
Delon Watson

Richard Roxburgh and Ian Hart head an all-star cast as Holmes and Watson in Allan Cubitt's dramatisation of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's classic tale. The mysterious death of Sir Charles Baskerville leads the detective duo to investigate an alleged family curse and forces of evil at work on Dartmoor.

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Hound of the Baskervilles 9.00pm BBC1
Turn off the lights, turn up the central heating, find a big box of chocolates and prepare to be spooked by this new television dramatisation of arguably the greatest detective story of all time.
Richard Roxburgh is Sherlock Holmes and Ian Hart is his faithful chronicler and companion Dr Watson, in Conan Doyle's ripping yarn about the cursed Baskerville family and the legend of the hound that stalks Dartmoor, savaging its prey at will.
Holmes and Watson are drawn into this curious tale after the death of Sir Charles Baskerville, apparently from heart failure. His heir, Sir Henry Baskerville, arrives from the USA, but he's in the sights of an unknown stalker and soon receives an ominous and threatening letter: "As you value your life or your reason, keep away from the moor." Naturally, Holmes's curiosity is tweaked and he dispatches Dr Watson to Baskerville Hall, where he's to keep a a close watch on Sir Henry, a man who's in obvious great danger. Soon Watson makes the acquaintance of Sir Henry's neighbours, the charming Stapleton (Richard E Grant) and his lovely wife. But soon the mists roll in and howls echo across the starkly beautiful moors as death visits Dartmoor once more.
One of the big problems with adapting such classics is that everyone who has ever read the book has their own mental picture of Holmes and Watson. Roxburgh is suitably austere, and Hart, in his commendable efforts to throw off the quite erroneous perception that Watson was a bit of a buffoon, ends up being colourless. And the computer-generated hound isn't actually as scary as you might expect. For some reason its eeriest feature is missing- the hound doesn't glow in the dark (in the book the beast was daubed with phosphorous to give it an unearthly look).
But any television version of such a wonderful story is welcome, though if you are tempted to sit down as a family to watch, be aware that there are some bloody moments that might frighten very young children. (Alison Graham)

Contributors

Author:
Arthur Conan Doyle
Dramatised by:
Allan Cubitt
Producer:
Christopher Hall
Director:
David Attwood
Sherlock Holmes:
Richard Roxburgh
Dr Watson:
Ian Hart
Stapleton:
Richard E. Grant
Henry Baskerville:
Matt Day
Beryl Stapleton:
Neve McIntosh
Dr Mortimer:
John Nettles
Mrs Mortimer:
Geraldine James
Sir Charles Baskerville:
Peter Roberts
Barrymore:
Ron Cook
Mrs Barrymore:
Liza Tarbuck
Inspector Lestrade:
Danny Webb
Selden:
Paul Kynman
Coroner:
Jim Norton
Hotel porter:
David McNeill
Clayton:
Richard Hawley
Father Christmas:
Tom Freeman
Knight:
Malcolm Shields
Hound:
Eddie Brittain
Warders:
Casper Zafer
Warders:
Stephan Bessant
Perkins:
John Maude

Bond bombshell Halle Berry walks the catwalk in tears; Will Young gets his degree and Rio Ferdinand shimmies through an end-of-school number in the seventh selection of clips showing famous faces as never seen before.
Presented by Angus Deayton - in and out of a rabbit suit. Producers Mike Parkinson and Samantha Peters ; Executive producer
Caroline Wright Halle Berry takes part in James Bond - a Bafta Tribute, Sat 28 December 6.10pm

Contributors

Unknown:
Halle Berry
Unknown:
Rio Ferdinand
Presented By:
Angus Deayton
Producers:
Mike Parkinson
Producers:
Samantha Peters
Producer:
Caroline Wright
Unknown:
Halle Berry

Comedy starring Robert Hays and Julie Hagerty. Disgraced pilot Ted Striker escapes from hospital and boards the first passenger shuttle to the Moon. Review page 57.
Director Ken Finkleman (1982, 15)
Followed by Skiing Weather

Contributors

Unknown:
Robert Hays
Unknown:
Julie Hagerty.
Director:
Ken Finkleman

Comedy starring Wilfrid Brambell, Harry H Corbett and Diana Dors.
Harold's mission to buy a replacement carthorse has an unintended outcome. Review page 58.
(1973, PG)

Contributors

Director:
Peter Sykes
Albert:
Wilfrid Brambell
Harold:
Harry H Corbett
[Actress]:
Diana Dors

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