With Chris Jarvis and Josie D'Arby.
7.10 Secret Life of Toys
7.25 Felix the Cat
7.40 Marlene Marlow Investigates
Live action and animation
8.00 News (Subtitled) and Weather Regional News; Weather
8.10 The Adventures of Skippy
Adventures with the world's most famous kangaroo stereo
8.35 Swat Kats
Cartoon (Repeat) (Stereo)
9.00 News (Subtitled) and Weather Regional News; Weather
9.05 Bucky O'Hare
9.30 Why Don't You?
Outrageous ways to survive the holiday
The Playground Stop
Presenter ("Children's BBC"):
Presenter ("Children's BBC"):
William's Wish Wellingtons
10.30 Joe 90
Starring Jodie Foster
A con man tries to convince a wealthy widow that he has found her long-lost grand-daughter in order to plunder her estate.
Director Norman Tokar 1977)
Next Disney film, Darby O'Gill and the Little People can be seen tomorrow at 11.00am
Film Reviews pages 47-70
Lady St Edmund:
John Alderton , Deryck Guyler
When the children from Fenn Street
Secondary School get the chance to go on a trip to the country Bernard Hedges makes sure that his class is included.
Director Mark Stuart (1971) * FILM REVIEWS pages 47-70
A look at the history of this famous film hosted by Tony Robinson.
With Zöe Ball. Stereo The Tale of Peter Rabbit
and Benjamin Bunny Animation.
Special Movie quiz hosted by John Barrowman.
An entertainment special celebrating the showbiz career of Roy Castle. See today's choices.
Philip tries to warn Helen that
Len Mangel is a scoundrel, Annalise goes behind Mark's back to compete in the charity quest, and Lou is miserable when no fuss is made about his birthday. Shown at 1.10pm For cast see Wednesday
21 December Stereo
With Andrew Harvey. Subtitled
Weather Michael Fish ...............
For details see Monday 19 December
In this festive edition Noel Edmonds welcomes an all-star celebrity cast for a slice of television nostalgia. Guests are Dame Thora Hird , actor Brian Blessed, EastEnders' actor and singer Sean Maguire, actress Lynda Baron immortalised as Nurse Gladys Emanuel in Open All Hours, Emmerdale's Frazer Hines and actress Diane Keen.
In tonight's extended show Michael Aspel invites another unsuspecting celebrity figure into the studio to meet family and friends.
Tales from everyday people with bizarre and supernatural stories to tell. An Essex policeman tells how he had a ghost for a neighbour, a trio of Scottish folk talk about an alien encounter and a Gloucestershire couple who relate how they were hunted by a leopard.
Here are some answers to questions you always wanted to ask - and a few more.
In tonight's show how the film The Lion King was made and how a former secretary from Southampton, Louise Hillier, has made a difference to the lives of the Rwandan people. She works for the Red Cross and tries to anticipate what the village people will need so they will be able to survive until their first crops grow and they can feed themselves. Plus a profile of the work done by RSPCA bird expert Tim Thomas who has helped save the lives of thousands of birds by helping to clean those covered by oil leaked or shed by oil tankers. And finally how over 80 per cent of 8,000 premature babies born each year are saved by new technology and the dedication and devotion of the medical staff. Presented by Desmond Lynam and Jenny Hull.
With Michael Buerk.
Weather Michael Fish ..............
More fun with the larger-than-life Lenny Henry in this festive show.
There is stand-up comedy and a few new characters. Music comes from American chart toppers Salt 'N' Pepa and singer Dina Carroll. Plus interviews with an elf in The Henry Report and a spoof version of the 60s hit series Shaft. See today's choices.
Young Chinese man:
Second Welsh rapper:
A rare and in-depth interview with Hugh Hefner covering his life and work from 1954-94. He talks about his success, money, the glamour of the modelling profession and how it is actually a strain to be one of the richest men in the world.
See today's choices. Producer Michael Wadding
Highlights of two FA Premiership matches played this evening including Manchester United's game with Leicester City at Old Trafford. Plus roundup of two full programmes of Premiership matches played over the Christmas period. Commentary from Clive Tyldesley and John Motson. Introduced by Ray Stubbs.
Jason Patric , Corey Feldman
A small town in northern California hides the darkest of secrets. It's a place where a Vampires Everywhere comic could save your life and where, if you are very unlucky, you'll never grow old, you'll never die and you'll always have fresh blood to drink.
Director Joel Schumacher (1987)
* FILM REVIEWS pages 47-70