February 04, 2006 at 05:00 AM EST

The Must List: February 10, 2006

MOVIE
1. ‘TRISTRAM SHANDY’
Michael Winterbottom’s dazzling adaptation of Laurence Sterne’s ostensibly unfilmable novel, starring a brilliant Steve Coogan. Review >

BOOKS
2. ‘ARTHUR MILLER: COLLECTED PLAYS 1944-1961’
From the Library of America: the first of Miller’s landmark works (including Death of a Salesman and The Crucible).

MUSIC
3. ‘THE GREATEST,’ CAT POWER
Not a best-of collection (as one might think) — but the soothing and melancholic ramblings of this offbeat chanteuse make it her best CD in years. Review >

DVD
4. ROBIN WILLIAMS
Army DJ and prep-school teacher: Catch him in Good Morning Vietnam and Dead Poets Society, both on special-edition DVDs.

STAGE
5. ‘BRIDGE & TUNNEL’
Slammin’ poet/performer/Broadway sensation Sarah Jones plays 14 parts in her hip, hilarious, multiculti celebration. Review >

BOOKS
6. ‘HOW TO DRESS FOR EVERY OCCASION BY THE POPE’
It’s Saturday night at the Vatican — and you’ve just been invited to a state dinner. What do you wear? His Holiness (a.k.a. writer Sarah Bennett) puckishly pontificates on papal do’s and don’ts.

INTERNET
7. JACKTRACKER
Keep up with 24‘s Jack Bauer via this constantly updated interactive map. (wayfaring.com/maps/show/4698) TV Watch >

MOVIE
8. ‘BUBBLE’
A small but wondrous indie in which Steven Soderbergh performs magic with a $1.6 million budget and a cast of untrained actors. Review >

TV
9. ‘LADETTE TO LADY’
Ten modern-day Eliza Doolittles get extreme makeovers in this plucky Brit series, airing on the Sundance Channel.

TV
10. ‘HOW I MET YOUR MOTHER’
We know that Ted, the ”father” in CBS’ charming sitcom, doesn’t end up with Robin. But…Victoria (Ashley Williams)? Feature >

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