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Dick and Dom in da Bungalow. A morning of fun with Richard McCourt and Dominic Wood from the one-storey funhouse. Including Batfink, The Fairly Odd Parents and Watch My Chops. Also on the CBBC channel. There's more tomorrow at 9am on the CBBC channel.

Contributors

Presenter:
Richard McCourt
Presenter:
Dominic Wood
Director:
Simon Hepworth
Producer:
Steve Ryde

Fearne Cotton, Sam Nixon and Mark Rhodes unveil performances from V, Girls Aloud, Blue, McFly and Brian McFadden and Delta Goodrem, while Natasha Bedingfield is On the Spot with viewers' questions.
Repeated at 6pm on CBBC channel

Contributors

Presenter:
Fearne Cotton
Presenter:
Sam Nixon
Presenter:
Mark Rhodes
Musicians:
null V
Singers:
Girls Aloud
Singers:
null Blue
Musicians:
null McFly
Singer:
Brian McFadden
Singer:
Delta Goodrem
Interviewee:
Natasha Bedingfield
Producer:
Christina Brown

A preview of Chelsea's clash with Norwich City, plus reaction to the midweek Uefa Cup ties featuring Rangers, Hearts,
Middlesbrough and Newcastle. Mark Lawrenson and Gordon Strachanjoin Manish Bhasin. www.bbc.co.uk/football

Contributors

Unknown:
Mark Lawrenson
Unknown:
Gordon Strachanjoin
Unknown:
Manish Bhasin.

Leicester Tigers v Gloucester
Live coverage of this Powergen Cup sixth-round clash from Welford Road (kick-off 2.45).
Leicester started the season well and will be hoping to put last year's disappointing lack of silverware behind them. But
Premiership champions
Gloucester, who boast England stars Phil Vickery and James Simpson-Daniel in their squad, will provide a stern test.

Contributors

Unknown:
Phil Vickery
Unknown:
James Simpson-Daniel

The second half of today's tie. Producer Richard Carr
Editor Philip Bernie BBCi: 2.45 to 6pm, digital viewers can access the latest football results on Score Interactive. hosted by Ray Stubbs

Contributors

Producer:
Richard Carr
Editor:
Philip Bernie
Unknown:
Ray Stubbs

5/5. It's the end of the vocal journey with tonight's live final, presented by Lorraine Kelly. The four groups from Cardiff, Birmingham, London and Liverpool will be performing Christmas pop hits watched over by David and Carrie Grant , while the nation decides which group can now sing. Voting phone numbers are as follows (calls cost 10p): London [number removed] Birmingham [number removed]Liverpool [number removed] Cardiff 0[number removed]
Producer Dale Templar ; Executive producer Tracy Jeune

Contributors

Presented By:
Lorraine Kelly
Unknown:
Carrie Grant
Producer:
Dale Templar

Tonight's nine celebrity guests have all been in the news. They are James Hewitt , Mark Wingett , James Gaddas , Nadia Almada , Faria Alam , Javine, Leslie Law , Michael Fish and James Hickman. There's a Comedy Special on Wed 22 December at 7pm.
Producer James Baker ; Series producer Andy Rowe

Contributors

Unknown:
James Hewitt
Unknown:
Mark Wingett
Unknown:
James Gaddas
Unknown:
Nadia Almada
Unknown:
Faria Alam
Unknown:
Leslie Law
Unknown:
Michael Fish
Unknown:
James Hickman.
Producer:
James Baker
Producer:
Andy Rowe

Who Know's Best. It's Christmas party day, but not everyone feels festive. More tomorrow at 8pm.
Writer Peter Mills : Producer Jane Hudson
Director Dominic Lees www.Bbc.co.uk/casualty

Contributors

Unknown:
Peter Mills
Producer:
Jane Hudson
Director:
Dominic Lees
Selena Donovan:
Elizabeth Carting
Jim Brodie:
Maxwell Caulfield
Comfort Newton:
Martina Laird
Harry Harper:
Simon MacCorkindale
Woody:
Will Thorp
Tess Bateman:
Suzanne Packer
Sam Bateman:
Luke Bailey
Nina Farr:
Rebekah Gibbs
Abs:
James Redmond
Bex Reynolds:
Sarah Manners
Josh Griffiths:
Ian Bleasdale
Luke Warren:
Matthew Wait
Claire Guildford:
Leanne Wilson
Guppy:
Elyes Gabel
Maureen Haynes:
Shenagh Govan
Florence Haynes:
Rita Davies
Periklis Siranidis:
Peter Polycarpou

5/8. Billy trikes from Wellington to Palmerston
North and takes a helicopter trip around Lake Taupo. Next stop is Napier, a town completely destroyed in 1931 by the biggest earthquake in the history of New Zealand. The Big Yin continues his tour on Holiday Monday at 10pm. With strong language.
Director Billy Sneddon ; Series producer Steve Brown

Contributors

Director:
Billy Sneddon
Producer:
Steve Brown

Manchester United take on Crystal Palace, while Middlesbrough's Gareth Southgate, Ugo Ehiogu and George Boateng face former club Aston Villa.
Match of the Day is tomorrow at 11.10pm on BBC2.
(Repeated tomorrow at 8.10am)

Contributors

Producer:
Phil Bigwood
Editor:
Paul Armstrong

Action thriller in which Pierce Brosnan plays a drunken ex-SAS officer who is called upon to help foil the plans of a renegade Russian general.
Also starring Patrick Stewart. Review page 41.
Director David S Jackson (1993.15) Followed by Weatherview

Contributors

Unknown:
Pierce Brosnan
Unknown:
Patrick Stewart.
Director:
David S Jackson

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