Christmas Day fun with Andi Peters , Philippa Forrester ,
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Cartoon fun, as Dragon is invited to his first party.
Today: the Tent Stop. ● STEREO
Fun with Lindsey and Boz. ● STEREO
In the final episode, Herod's death causes unrest.
A galaxy of stars join Quacktain Berk on the starship Intrepedd.
An animated story. * STEREO
Toys from previous
Christmases come to life.
A celebration of the true spirit of Christmas, beginning at
Queen Charlotte's Maternity Hospital in London. Emma
Forbes, clown-vicar Roly Bain and Angel Voices join patients, staff and friends for worship. ● STEREO
A festive hour with Anne Diamond and Nick. Owen, plus their own children.
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At Christmas, Freddie is disillusioned with family life. Episode written by Tony McHale (For cast see Monday 21)
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A double-bill of classic comedy for the family. Hi-de-Hi!
September Song. It's circus night at Maplin's, but Ted has another sort of ring on his mind. 0 TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888
12.45pm The Two Ronnies
Sketches, jokes and songs from Messrs Barker and Corbett.
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Gaby finds a new love to help her forget Glen. A desperate
Paul tries to salvage his business. (For cast see Wednesday 23)
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Including live performances from Wet Wet Wet, Tasmin Archer and Right Said Fred.
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Her Majesty 's Christmas message to the Commonwealth. * STEREO; TELETEXT SUBTITLES: p 888
First showing on network television for this final instalment of the epic action adventure trilogy. Starring Harrison Ford Sean Connery
When archaeologist Henry Jones disappears, his adventurous son Indy leaves hunting for ancient artefacts to search for his father. In a desperate race against time he faces old enemies - and joins a quest for the Holy Grail.
Director Steven Spielberg
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Dr Henry Jones:
With Chris Lowe.
Weather Suzanne Charlton
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Couples compete to see who will perform in a version of Peter Pan and then who will reach the conveyor belt and its goodies. With Rosemarie Ford and surprise celebrity guests. Director Bill Morton
Producer David Taylor
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It's Christmas Day in Walford, and Michelle has an unexpected visitor. Pat and Frank have a difficult day and Mandy learns a lesson about home.
(For cast see Tuesday 22 December)
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A special Christmas edition of John Sullivan 's popular comedy starring David Jason Nicholas Lyndhurst Buster Merryfield Mother Nature 's Son
The Trotter family becomes environmentally aware and uses an unexpected inheritance to enhance its fortunes.
Producer Gareth Gwenlan
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A special Christmas edition of the comedy written by Laurence Marks and Maurice Gran starring Pauline Quirke Linda Robson
The Chigwell Connection Tracey and Sharon start a "Free the Chigwell Two" campaign when they discover that the detective who arrested
Darryl and Chris may be bent. Featuring guest appearances by Robert Kilroy-Silk and tennis pro David Lloyd.
Director Terry Kinane
Series producer Candida Julian-Jones An Alomo production for BBCtv
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With Chris Lowe.
Weather Suzanne Charlton
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Sketches, stand-up comedy and songs combine to create the latest daytime show to be hosted by a popular husband-and-wife team. There are tips on female problems like seriously split ends, calorie reports, keep-fit with Jolly Polly , Agony Uncle Gerard's phone-in, and Britain's first four-times-daily soap, set in a cosy corner of a shopping mall. With Julie Walters , Celia Imrie , Susie Blake , Duncan Preston and Lill Roughley. Written by Victoria Wood
Director/Producer Geoff Posner
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First showing on network television for
Willy (Educating Rita) Russell's adaptation of his successful stage play, starring Pauline Collins
Liverpool housewife Shirley Valentine-Bradshaw leads a domestic existence of routine dullness. Her monosyllabic husband's only concern in life is to find his supper on the table at
5.30pm - things are so bad that her only real confidante is the kitchen wall. What she needs is a holiday - a place with sun, sand and sea, a place where she can fall in love with life.
Pauline Collins was nominated for an Oscar for her performance.
Director Lewis Gilbert
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Time to think and reflect on the meaning of Christmas. Producer Ann Richardson
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Disaster movie with spectacular special effects, starring
Ava Gardner Los Angeles, perched precariously on the San Andreas fault, is about to experience the ultimate horror - a series of major, devastating earthquakes. The starry cast features a cameo appearance by Walter Matthau.
Director Mark Robson
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