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29 December 2007
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Kate Fox and Jon Snow

Fi
takes a look back over the highlights of the year on Saturday Live with a little help from Jon Snow and poet Kate Fox.
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Jon Snow is the presenter of Channel 4 News.
Paul Blackburn spent 25 years in jail for the assault and attempted murder of a nine-year-old boy. He was 14 when he was arrested. He was released on licence in 2003 and in May 2005 the Court of Appeal accepted that Paul didn’t receive a fair trial and quashed his conviction.
Alan Brogan and Irene Kinnear on their wedding dayAlan Brogan & Irene Kinnair were both placed in an orphanage when they were young. But the end to their story proves sometimes good things do happen to good people. See more photos of Alan and Irene
Earl Spencer chose 'Ernie The Fastest Milkman In The West'. Nicky Witts chose 'Born To Make You Happy' by Britney Spears. Ronnie Corbett chose 'Change Partners' by Fred Astaire. Jenny Froude chose Pachelbel's 'Canon'.
Kate FoxKate Fox is a poet, comedian and performance and writing facilitator based in Newcastle upon Tyne. She recently came second (by 0.1 point!) in the Radio 4 Poetry Slam.
Bill Wyman tells us how he's been keeping busy since leaving the Rolling Stones.
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