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Christmas Caper finds con artist Kate Dove (Shannen Doherty) forced into the Christmas spirit by her niece and nephew, who hope to set her back on the straight and narrow.
Bugsy Malone (1976) Channel 4, 4.45pm Few will have escaped seeing, or performing in, a ham-fisted version of this musical at school, but the original is rather charming.
Unfortunately, no one saw fit to make sure that the darn thing could stay afloat, and when she hit rough water on 31 December 1862, she quickly found her way to Davy Jones's locker.
The efforts between 19 to raise her from the sea-bed are followed in this film, which hopes to unearth the mysteries of USS Monitor.
Comedians, acrobats and a host of variety acts complete the bill in this old-fashioned format, which has probably proven popular for precisely that reason.
Thin Lizzy Live and Dangerous at the Rainbow '78 Sky Arts 1/Sky Arts HD, 9.00pm A chance to relive the old days with a spot of rock memorabilia.
An American Prohibition parody, the film (populated entirely by children) follows the adventures of Bugsy (Scott Baio), a city slicker romancing would-be singer Blousey Brown (Florrie Dugger) as he becomes embroiled in the splurge gun wars.
Expect your kids to emulate the finale with their custard and look out for a young Jodie Foster as gangster's moll Tallulah.
Tonight, Terry Venables, Ronan Keating, Tamzin Outhwaite and their respective spouses attempt to win £30,000 for the charity of their choice.
Britannia High Finale ITV1, 5.30pm 'Tis the season for turkeys, so how apt that this poor man's High School Musical comes to an end tonight.
As Lauren (Georgina Hagen) awaits the results of her tests for MS, she must also see if Danny (Mitch Hewer) chooses her over Claudine (Sapphire Elia).
Outnumbered BBC1, 9.45pm This comedy gem reaches its penultimate episode of the series, as Pete (Hugh Dennis) and Sue (Claire Skinner) continue the perpetual juggling act that is life with children.
But the children have their own problems too: dealing with a hardline football referee, and determining the exact location of Satan.
It was powered only by steam engine, didn't need sails and its deck was only 18 inches above the waterline.