With John Nicolson and Sophie Raworth.
Timetable on Monday (S from 7am)
How to Kill a Monster Clarke and his stepsister Gretchen visit her grandparents but what is lurking behind a door? (R)
Animated aquatic antics.
Tales of Neverland. (R) (S)
The Nativity. Who will play which part in the nativity play?
Repeated at 3.25pm (S) (W)
Eggs from 70 Million BC. Josh, Kirby and Azabeth find their time machine is host to some cute but very destructive creatures that are hatching after 70 million years. (S)
Phoebe goes into labour and is trapped by Rat in the cellars.
Continues Wednesday 29 For cast see
Thursday 30 (R) (S) (W)
Today the collie which becomes ferocious when it's time to get out of the car. (R) (S)
Will Amy be able to recover her memory? Natalie sets out some ground rules and Hannah discovers Paul's love letters.
Repeated at 5.35pm (S)
Death Lends a Hand. When a private investigator kills an unfaithful wife, who refuses to be blackmailed, Lt Columbo not only has to find the murderer but also content with the woman's powerful husband. (R) (S)
Shown at 10.10am
Ralph is prevented from watching television. (S)
Animation about a little girl who can talk to animals. (S)
Diplock set on unmasking Aunt Boomerang doesn't count on some smart scheming. Last in the series but a new one is planned forthe autumn.
Written by Roy Apps (S)
In the innovative art show, Mark Speight meets himself coming back from the future. Jay Burridge gets arty with a pair of rubber gloves, Kirsten O'Brien visits Winchester to find out about computer art and the millennium bug tries to create havoc in the last of the series, but Smart on the Road is due to begin in January.
Rptd tomorrow 8.45am BBC1 (S)
Concludingthe drama setinthenearfuture. Is another pig heart transplant the only way that Cameron's life can be saved?
For cast see Tuesday (S)
With Huw Edwards. Including a weather summary. (S)
For details see Monday 20 (S)
Followed by Weather with John Kettley (S)
Jim Davidson and John Virgo recall memorable and funny moments as they flick back through the show's scrapbook. Director Duncan Cooper ; Producer David Taylor (S)
Frank and Peggy try to deal with the wayward Janine. And Kathy doesn't notice the warning signs from Vic.
For cast see Tuesday 21 and Tuesday 28 (S) (W)
Mike Barratt arrives back in Holby to run a new general surgery ward. His team are thrown in at the deep end when they are forced to choose between saving the guilty or the innocent after a racist attack. See Choice.
Written by Al Hunter Ashton
Producer Yvon Grace : Director Jamie Annett (S) (W) Drama: page 9
With Michael Buerk. Regional News
Weather with John Kettley (S)
Victoria Wood's comedy series set in a factory canteen.
Bren's past catches up with her.
(For cast see Thursday 30) (S)
(Another episode can be seen tomorrow at 9pm)
Comedy: page 7
Comedy sports quiz hosted by Nick Hancock , with David Gower , Gary Lineker , Rory McGrath and Jonathan Ross.
Repeated next Tuesday (S) (W) The final show can be seen on Christmas Day at 11.10pm
In the 1970s pop group Slade led by the leather-lunged voice of Noddy Holder achieved six number one hits a feat rivalled only by Abba and sold more than 20 million records in a career spanning 20 years. See Choice.
Producer Len Brown ; Executive producer Alan Brown (S)
Concluding the series in which five commentators give their opinions on what Jesus of Nazareth would have thought of modem society. (S) (W)
The final programme of the recent series profiles one of Britain's best-loved entertainers George Cole , whose career spans six decades and includes playing dodgy dealer
Arthur Daley in Minder. The series is set to return next year. Producer Jane D'Albiac : Series producer Steven D Wright (S)
Followed by Skiing Forecast
Dr Muhammad Kabir Az-Zubair, who works in the field of molecular genetics discusses the moral considerations of genetic modification and cloning from a Muslim perspective.
Repeated at 5.40am (S) (W)
Muhammad Kabir Banu
Series director/ senior producer:
A recent programme, shown with sign language and in-vision Subtitles. See Hear Shown Saturday at 11am on BBC2