Presented by Jon Sopel and Sian Williams.
Sylvester encounters one of his larger relatives, then Daffy is pursued by a caveman, and Bugs meets his match.
Lemar is in the studio performing his single 50/50, and there's the final film from December's featured artists S Club 8.
Plus music, games, competitions and chat. and cartoons including The Scooby-Doo Show, Woody Woodpecker, Cavegirl, Arthur, Even Stevens and Dennis the Menace. Presented by Reggie Yates , DJ Devstar and Fearne Cotton.
A belly dancer, a bricklayer and an Elvis impersonator are among the volunteers locked away in a country home to take part in a musical experiment. Gospel artist Daniel Thomas has just two days to blend two dozen singing enthusiasts into a well-tuned choir. Songs include 0
Happy Day, Amazing Grace and Shout!. With Philippa Forrester. Producer Andrew Graystone ; Series
Producer Abigail Saxon
On a visit to the British Virgin Islands, John Craven meets conservationists battling to save the dwindling iguana
Jonathan runs through the highs and lows, of the movie-going year, and reveals the results of the viewers' poll for the best films of 2003.
For cast see Monday 22 and Monday 29 December
Top pop record producer
Pete Waterman combines his love of steam trains and church music as he takes a trip on the Keighley and Worth Valley Steam Railway and selects some of his favourite Christmas carols. Including
Performances by Wells Cathedral Choir and Cliff Richard.
www.bbc.co.uk/religion HARDBACK BOOK: Songs of Praise: a Christmas Companion, price £9.99
BBC SONGS OF PRAISE MAGAZINE: £2.50
Dale Winton travels to Florida to meet the cast and characters of the world-famous French circus and enjoy some spectacular performances from their show, La Nouba. But Dale discovers he has been lined up to replace a missing artist in the show. Can he overcome his fear of heights and his lack of trampolining experience?
Cirque du Soleil: Alegria follows at 7pm on BBC4.
Danny Kelly on the same old Christmas: page 39
Hundreds of youngsters with an eye for collectables gather at the National Railway Museum in York to receive the experts' opinions on a range oftheirtreasured items. Memorabilia of comic character Tintin, 1950s fabrics, dolls heads unearthed in a field and a First World War army boot are among the items brought in for perusal and appraisal. Presented by Michael Aspel and Fearne Cotton. Producer Michele Burgess : Series editor Simon Shaw
Signed repeat Tue 30 December 3.15am www.bbc.co.uk/antiques BBC HOMES & ANTIQUES MAGAZINE: price £2.95
2/6. Ex-champion Magnus Samuelsson and five-times Mr Universe Eddy Ellwood are among the six athletes flipping giant tyres, lifting hefty beer barrels and hauling a railway carriage in heat two of the competition. Presented by John Inverdale. With commentary from Paul Dickenson.
Director Claire Popplewell ; Producer Will Clough More tomorrow 5.30pmll9
In this one-off seasonal special, the family are preparing for Hogmanay when Paul opens a long-forgotten chest and discovers a strange link to his past. Duncan, meanwhile, helps out a pair of visiting amateur ghost hunters - but are there really spirits roaming the corridors of Glenbogle?
Writer Michael Chaplin ; Producer Stephen Garwood
Director Robert Knights www.bbc.co.uk/monarch Hamish Clark helps out in Hogmanay Live on New Year's Eve at 11.50pm The ghosts of Glenbogle: page 22
Drama set against the 1984 miners' strike, starring Jamie Bell and Julie Walters. Eleven-year-old Billy faces a grim life in a northern colliery town. Then he discovers an unlikely love for ballet and, urged on by formidable teacher Mrs Wilkinson , seeks to improve his prospects. The Billy Elliot Boy follows at 10.50pm on BBC4. Review page 65.
Director Stephen Daldry (2000.15)
With Huw Edwards.
Weather with Helen Willetts.
Remake of the 1963 supernatural horror classic, starring Liam Neeson and Catherine Zeta-Jones . Under the pretence of conducting a sleep-disorder study, Dr David Marrow recruits a man and two women to stay in a New England mansion. His real motivation is to research the effects of fear on his
"guinea pigs" - and he gets his wish when the house's ghostly inhabitants come out to play. Review page 65.
Director Jan De Bont (1999, 12) Jan De Bont 's Speed is showing on New Year's Day at 10.15pm
Followed by Weatherview
Comedy drama starring
Anthony LaPaglia , Renee Zellweger and Liv Tyler. An employee at a small music store gambles the day's takings in a bid to save the shop from a corporate takeover. Review page 65.
Director Allan Moyle (1995, 12)
Programmes with sign language. Ends 4.50.
The Life of Mammals 4/10. Chisellers. The series focuses on rodents. With enhanced commentary.
A light-hearted look at the British tradition of the Nativity play. Shown on Christmas Eve at 5.15pm
The lives of three people who lost their memories, suddenly, through illness.