Presented by Bill Turnbull and Sian Williams.
David Frost interviews the newsmakers. Including 9.00 News, plus weather later.
In the third Advent service, the Rev David Day visits Huddersfield Christian Fellowship where he talks of the joy of celebrating the festive season with family and friends. Hymns include
Angels from the Realms of Glory and Your Love Lifts Me Up.
Director John Kirby ; Series producer
Nadia Sawalha and Ingrid Tarrant deliver a message to cheer up an unhappy woman.
Countryside issues, presented by John Craven.
Plus weather for the week ahead.
Topical interviews and political reports, with John Humphrys. Including 12.00 News.
A celebration of the magic of books with a glittering show of entertainment and awards as the top five fact and fiction books of all time are revealed, as voted for by viewers. There's also a special performance from the West End musical Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, and the coveted Book of the Year award.
With Konnie Huq, Simon Thomas, Matt Baker and Liz Barker.
Chisellers. David Attenborough shares his interest in rodents. Shown last Wednesday
The forum for viewers to express opinions on BBC programmes. With Terry Wogan. CONTACT: write to Points of View, BBC Television, Birmingham. B5 7QQ; phone/ fax [number removed]; email email@example.com www.bbc.co.uk/pov
Cilia Black appeals on behalf of WellBeing, which seeks to ensure better gynaecological and obstetric health for women and their babies.
Rptd Wed 1pm on BBC2 DONATIONS: WellBeing, [address removed] or telephone [number removed] www.wellbeing.org.uk
Pop producer Pete Waterman auditions schoolchildren for a concert of Christmas carols in Coventry Cathedral. Highlights include 0 Come All Ye Faithful, Hark the Herald Angels Sing,
Silent Night, The Coventry Carol and a new version of In the Bleak Midwinter.
Defying the government ban, Smudger and Huntley start to make their own chocolate and are surprised by the consequent response they receive from their friends.
Written by Alex Shearer and Paul Smith ; Producer Ewan Burnett
Director Ian Giimour www.bbc.co.uk/cbbc
A pair of animal bronzes by John Skeaping and an olive wood desk from Jerusalem stand out from the crowd when Michael Aspel
and the team visit Uppingham School in Rutland.
There's also a collection of gemstones acquired from a monk in exchange for a tin of corned beef, a kimono worn by George Formby , and another four clips on offer in the archive choice. Producer Michele Burgess ; Executive producer Christopher Lewis
Repeated with sign language on Wednesday at 2.30am BBCi: special interactive features are available to digital satellite viewers
BBC HOMES AND ANTIQUES MAGAZINE: 12.95. New issue on sale 13 December
A labrador named Eros is unable to walk and is rushed into the hospital for tests, and David Grant supervises student nurse Nicky Gaut as she treats an injured lurcher. Meanwhile Inspector Dave Fox escorts two owls to prison. Confused? Presenter Rolf Harris reveals all. With Jamie Darling.
Executive producer Clare Sillery; Series producer Tony Moulsdale Next programme is on Tuesday at 7pm
From the Apollo in London's Hammersmith, the annual entertainment extravaganza in the presence of the Prince of Wales and a host of international celebrities in aid of the Entertainment Artists Benevolent Fund. Will Young and Liberty X both sing their favourite James Bond themes, Kylie Minogue performs a medley of her hits, Shania Twain sings You're Still the One and I'm Gonna Getcha Good, and Enrique Iglesias duets with a surprise star guest on his former number one Hero. Dead Ringers stars Jan Ravens and Jon Culshaw mimic a couple of familiarfaces, the casts of West End shows Bombay Dreams, Contact and Our
House perform musical extracts, plus appearances from Jimmy Carr , Omid Djalili , Diana Krall , Natalie Cole ,
Lee Mack , Men in Coats, Bob Monkhouse , Lionel Richie , Stomp, Elaine Stritch and Paul Zerdin. Continues at 10.15pm.
Producer Kevin Bishop ; Stage director Kim Gavin Videoplus code for 8.00-11.05pm (non-PDC) Danny Kelly 's royal rubbishing: page 14
With Darren Jordon. Weather with Sarah Wilmshurst.
In a tribute to the "King", Elvis Presley songs are given a fresh lick of paint by Gareth Gates , Ronan Keating and Anastacia in a rock 'n' roll finale to the show.
Historical adventure. Scotland in the early 18th century: Robert MacGregor 'sjob of protecting the livestock of the Marquis of Montrose not only puts his principles to the test, but also his family in danger when a large loan secured for a cattle deal is stolen. Widescreen. Review page 50.
Director Michael Caton-Jones 11995.15)
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Marquis of Montrose:
Patrick Moore discusses the cosmos with Astronomer Royal Sir Martin Rees.
Shown yesterday at 11.30am on BBC2