With Bill Turnbull.
Francine forms her own band as the Backstreet Boys make a guest appearance.
9.25 The Christmas Orange
Animation. A boy decides to take Father Christmas to court.
9.50 Looney Tunes Cartoon fun with SYlvester, Tweety, Wile E Coyote and the Road Runner.
Worshippers from Milton Keynes gather in the city's ecumenical
Church of Christ the Cornerstone for a live celebration of the birth of Jesus. The service features the story of the first Christmas and carols, including God Rest You Merry, Gentlemen and 0 Come, All Ye Faithful.
Comedy animation featuring a host of famous voices. Robbie the Reindeer joins Santa's team.
The much-loved double act and Special guests in a compilation of the Christmas specials from 1975 and 1976. Producer Ernest Maxin
Longing to meet the family - he has never known, Tigger embarks on a quest to find them. Providing him with encouragement in his search are all his faithful friends - Roo, Winnie the Pooh, Piglet, Eeyore, Kanga and Owl. Narrated by John Hurt. Review page 59. (2000, U)
The annual rundown of the Year's top-selling singles and the Christmas number one.
Producer Michelle Lanaway ; Executive
Producer Andi Peters
Her Majesty addresses the nation and Commonwealth.
Dale Winton assists Father Christmas in fulfilling special yuletide wishes for children - dreams made possible with the help of Blue, Fearne Cotton and the Ready Steady Cook team among others.
Anne Robinson presents a selection of merciless put-downs and laughable answers from Weakest Link. More tomorrow at 7.30pm
*** Children's fantasy, based on EB White's novel, starring Hugh Laurie and Geena Davis, and featuring the voice of Michael J Fox. The Littles want to adopt a younger brother for their son, George. At the orphanage they are charmed by a young mouse called Stuart, and decide to take him home. Review page 59. (1999, U)
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Voice of Stuart Little:
Kate has a surprise visitor. Alfie desperately tries to arrange a dream wedding for Kat. More from the Square at 8.40pm. Writer Tony Jordan Cast on Monday 22 and Monday 29 December
Repeated 10pm on BBC3
Sixty Feet Under. After a shopping trip, the Harpers face the prospect of spending Christmas stuck on the London Underground. Guest-starring Richard Whiteley.
Writers Ian Brown , James Hendrie : Director Dewi Humphreys ; Producer
John Bartlett Repeated Sunday 28 December 8.30pm on BBC3 Stuck on the tube for three days: page 18
Michael Parkinson is joined by stars from the music world including Ozzy and Kelly Osbourne , Victoria Beckham , Emma Bunton , Will Young and Busted, while comedians including Jon Culshaw , the Kumars and Ricky Tomlinson provide the laughs - and there are plenty of surprises along the way.
Director Stuart McDonald ; Producer Barrie Kelly Ozzy, meet Ozzy: page 17
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With George Alagiah. Weather with Rob McElwee.
Phil has a showdown with Den at the club. Dennis makes a decision, and Alfie has some explaining to do to Kat.
Repeated at 10.40pm on BBC3
The last of three festive comedy specials by John Sullivan.
After 22 years in Mandela House, Del Boy and family face eviction by the Inland Revenue, while Marlene has vanished and Cassandra is heavily pregnant.
("The Story of Only Fools and Horses" is on New Year's Eve at 8pm)
The end... or is it?: page 16
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Alistair McGowan and Ronni Ancona update the Beckhams' story as they make their move from " Beckingham Palace to Madrid, while celebrities such as Madonna and Jordan comment on the transfer. With guest Damian Lewis. The Big Impression: Behind the Scenes and Extra Bits follows on BBC3. Director Tony Dow ; Producer Alison MacPhail
Repeated on Sunday 28 December at 9pm on BBC3 The Beckhams on song: page 21
Remake of the 1968 romantic crime caper starring Pierce Brosnan and Rene Russo. Bored billionaire Thomas Crown has a hobby - stealing art treasures. But insurance investigator Catherine Banning is soon on his trail. Review page 60.
Director John McTiernan (1999, 15)
Where There's Brass. A Salvation Army band member shows how the Christmas story can inspire us to improve our world. Director Roger Childs ; Executive producer Chris Loughlin
Robert Hays and Julie Hagerty. Disgraced pilot Ted Striker escapes from hospital and boards an ill-fated shuttle. Review page 60. Director Ken Finkieman (1982.15)
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