Music from Britney Spears, McFly, Girls Aloud, Busted, and The Black Eyed Peas, and highlights of 2004.
Repeated at 6pm on CBBC channel
Animated adventure sequel to Aladdin. When evil sorcerer Jafar escapes from his prison inside a magic lamp, it's up to Aladdin and his friends to thwart the villain's schemes. Review page 49.
Disney's delightful animated version of the classic legend, with animals taking the roles of the characters. Review page 49.
A magical young boy outwits some nasty goblins in this animation. Hugh Laurie narrates. Shown on Christmas Day.
Dr Rowan Williams reflects on 2004. Shown yesterday on BBC2.
Ray Stubbs previews coverage of the World championships, which starts on BBC2 at 6.30pm. BBCi: digital viewers press the red button for an extended 30-minute programme
Manish Bhasin and guests preview today's packed Premiership programme, including Chelsea's trip to Liverpool and Arsenal's derby at Charlton.
Comedy starring John Candy and Macaulay Culkin. A carefree bachelor has his work cut out taking care of his young nephew and nieces. Review page 49.
Charming computer-animated fantasy, featuring the voices of Woody Allen , Sharon Stone and Gene Hackman. A neurotic worker ant becomes involved in the sinister plans of a power-mad general. Review page 49. Directors Eric Darnell and Tim Johnson 1998, PG) Film Highlights: page 46
6/6. Pulling a truck and carrying a fridge are just two of the tasks facing the six finalists. With John Inverdale and former titleholder Jamie Reeves.
With Huw Edwards. Regional News
Weather with Alex Deakin.
The best-loved musical of all time gets a makeover as a host of stars provide their takes on the songs. Plus the story of the real Von Trapp family, and interviews with the surviving members. Graham Norton hosts.
Director John L Spencer
Producers Sarah Proctor and Andrew Wightman
The hills are still alive: page 24; Did you know: page 57
Members of the public vie for a round-the-world trip. Ian Wright hosts, while Blue perform their new single.
Secrets That We Keep.
In the early hours of New Year's Day, the staff struggle to accept recent tragic events.
Writer David Robertson; Producer Alex Perrin
Director Chris Lovett
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With Huw Edwards.
Weather with Alex Deakin. <s)
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All 20 Premiership clubs were in action today. Among the potential highlights are Chelsea's trip to Liverpool, Arsenal's London derby at Charlton, and Manchester United's visit to Middlesbrough. With Gary Lineker. Another edition on Tuesday at 10.35pm.
Repeated tomorrow at 8.10am www.bbc.co.uk/motd
Comedy directed by and starring Gene Wilder.
Sigerson Holmes sets out to solve one of his eminent brother's cases.
Review page 50.
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