Presented by Bill Tumbull and Sian Williams.
Highlights from yesterday's FA Cup second-round matches. Shown yesterday at 11.55pm
Match of the Day Live is at 12.50pm
David Frost interviews the newsmakers and reviews the papers with his guests. Including
9.00 News, plus weather later.
Editor Barney Jones
In the second of four services marking Advent, the Rev David Day joins the congregation of St George's Church in Leeds and asks, how can you escape the pressure and hassle of the festive season? Hymns include Praise to the Lord, the Almighty; The King of Creation and Be
Still for the Presence of the Lord. Director Maurice Maguire ; Series producer Norman Ivison
Countryside issues, presented by John Craven. Plus weather for the week ahead. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Topical interviews and political reports, with John Humphrys. Including 11.30 News.
First of today's two-part omnibus edition. Continues at 3.25pm. Cast Thursday/Friday
Oxford United v Swlndon Town Live coverage of today's FA Cup second-round game as division three Oxford Utd take on division two Swindon (kickoff 1.00).
Ian Atkins 's men have had mixed fortunes in the third division and advanced to the second round of the FA Cup only after a hard-fought 1-0 away victory over Dover, climaxing with a stunning close-range goal from
34-year-old former Manchester City player
David Oldfield. Swindon had an equally tough time dispatching fellow second-division team
Huddersfield, with captain Andy Gumey securing a 1-0 score after the tie looked to be heading for a replay.
Presented by Ray Stubbs , with Barry Davies providing the commentary.
Concluding today's two-part omnibus edition.
To celebrate Advent, Aled Jones presents carols old and new and Patricia Hodge reads poems reflecting on the coming of the Christ Child. Plus music from Libera and the Adventist Vocal Ensemble, including Sing
Lullaby, Gaudete, Go Tell It On the Mountain and Tomorrow
Shall Be My Dancing Day.
Two teenage boys, Smudger and Huntley, embark on a crusade against draconian government legislation banning chocolate, in the first of a new three-part drama series.
Written by Alex Shearer and Paul Smith
Producer Ewan Burnett
Director Ian Gilmour
A special edition in which Michael Aspel tours the Leeds Royal Armouries with arms expert Bill Harriman. Plus a look at a toy train made to entertain the Prince of Wales during Queen Victoria's first visit to Glasgow. Producer Simon Pass ; Executive producer Christopher Lewis
Repeated with sign language on Wednesday at 1.50am BBCi: special interactive features are available to digital satellite viewers
BBC HOMES AND ANTIQUES MAGAZINE: new issue on sale 13 December, £2.95
Rolf Harris joins vet Stan McCaskie as he treats a budgie in the first of this week's two visits to Harmsworth hospital. Plus inspectors tackle two 12ft pythons and Jamie Darling learns about training mountain rescue dogs.
Executive producer Clare Sillery; Series producer Tony Moulsdale Next programme on Wednesday at 8pm
The annual review looks at the most memorable sporting moments of 2002 while honouring six key personalities and a team. Sue Barker, Gary Lineker and Steve Rider host the ceremony, which features an opportunity for viewers to vote for the overall sports personality of the year via the web, by text message or in a phone poll (details below).
Participants include Lennox Lewis, David Beckham, Sven-Goran Eriksson, Arsene Wenger, Ronaldo, Paula Radcliffe, Dwain Chambers, Serena Williams, Sam Torrance, Tim Henman , Matthew Pinsent, Tony McCoy and Ian Thorpe.
Executive producer Paul Davies ; Executive editor Philip Bemie TO VOTE: text [number removed] phone [number removed] (calls cost a maximum of 30p) or email via the programme's website: [Web Address Removed] But where are the personalities?: page 30 Subsequent programmes may run late
With Jane Hill. Weather with Michael Fish.
The Case against War. Steve Bradshaw assesses the arguments of people on both sides of the Atlantic who are critical of a war against Iraq. Last in the current series. Panorama will return in the new year.
Producer Mike Rudin ; Editor Mike Robinson NOTE: as Panorama is likely to react to news, its subject matter may change RT SHOP: book. Panorama: 50 Years of Pride and Paranoia by Richard Lindley , £17.99 inci p&p. Call [number removed] or visit www.radiotimes.com/rtshop
Comedy horror. In the small Californian town of Canaima a host of killer Venezuelan spiders bring terror to the local community. Widescreen. Review page 54.
Director Frank Marshall (1990. PG) Film Trivia: page 57
Followed by Weatherview
Dr Ross Jennings:
Dr James Atherton:
Thriller starring Virginia Madsen and Richard Thomas. Cajoled into going on holiday with his neighbours by his sexy wife Linda, Paul Cowley 's vacation soon turns into a costly nightmare. Review page 54.
Director Nathaniel Gutman (1993, 15)