Presented by Bill Turnbull and Susanna Reid.
Shown yesterday at 10.30pm
Topical discussion with David Frost and guests. Including
9.30 News; Weather.
Editor Barney Jones
3/4. The Right Rev James Jones 's third service for
Advent comes from St Faith's Church in Liverpool and finds him reflecting on how Christ's coming brings renewal to the whole world, notjust its people. Hymns include On Jordan's
Bank and Christ Be Our Light. Director Norman Ivison ; Series producer Claire Campbell Smith
Advice on how to have an environmentally friendly
Christmas, plus the conclusion of Adam Henson 'sjourney across Wales. Including the weather for the week ahead.
Series producer Sarah Eglin
Scrutiny of the latest political issues, with Jeremy Vine.
From 1.00, local stories, hosted in London by Tim Donovan and the South East by Paul Siegert. Including 12.30 News.
Editor James Stephenson
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8/8. Coasts. Remarkable footage capturing the perilous nature of life on the boundaries between land and sea: sea eagles stealing kittiwake chicks, turtles laying their eggs and killer whales crashing in on the surf. (AD) www.bbc.co.uk/sn
Richard somehow forgets his wedding anniversary.
Writer Roy Clarke
Young New Zealand star Hayley Westenra joins Aled Jones and Pam Rhodes at London's
Royal Albert Hall for a seasonal musical celebration. Festive favourites include 0 Come All Ye Faithful, Hark! the Herald
Angels Sing and God Rest You Merry, Gentlemen.
3/3. George spies an opportunity to advance his stagnating career after Jessica tells him about her adventures as Mark Haddon 's dramatisation of Raymond Briggs 's cult book concludes.
Producer Ian Whitehead ; Director Stuart Orme
Lapland is the destination as Rolf Harris searches for inspiration to create a Christmas card for Children in Need. Tobogganing children and a snowman are among the images he uses while he also traces the history of festive greetings cards. Producer Paul King ; Executive producer Tina Fletcher Rolfs guide to DIY cards: page 34
A letter from Florence Nightingale, an Art Deco diamond brooch and the racing silk of jockey Fred Archer are among treasures unearthed on a visit to King's College, Cambridge. With Michael Aspel. Producer Michele Burgess ; Series editor Simon Shaw
With Jane Hill. Regional News
Weather with Penny Tranter.
Outstanding sporting performances of the last 12 months are celebrated in the annual awards ceremony live from BBC Television Centre. For the first time, the award for the team of the year and the overall individual winner will be decided by a live vote on the night. Among those appearing are Matthew Pinsent ,
Kelly Holmes , Team GB's Olympic men's 4xl00m relay team, Tanni Grey-Thompson , Amir Khan , Wayne Rooney , Thierry Henry , Michael Schumacher , Andrew Flintoff , members of Europe's Ryder Cup team, Roger Federer , Ronnie O'Sullivan and Maria Sharapova. With Sue Barker, Gary Lineker and Steve Rider.
Executive producer Paul Davies ; Editor Philip Bemie VOTING: nominations can be registered until 9 December via phone ([number removed] - 25p), text [number removed] - network tariffs apply) or on email through the website: [Web Address Removed]. On the night, votes for the individual and team awards can be registered by phone and text (details announced on the evening) or via the red TV handset button (digital viewers only) Danny Kelly 's view: page 16
Weather with Penny Tranter.
Kirsty Howard has an inoperable heart condition but is defying medical predictions. The eight-year-old provided a moving moment in 2002 when, clutching David Beckham's hand, she presented the baton to the Queen at the Commonwealth Games. This documentary follows her and others supported by Francis House children's hospice.
Sobering drama starring Andy Garcia and Meg Ryan. Michael and Alice have a seemingly perfect life, but in reality Alice has an escalating drink problem. After a binge while Michael is away, Alice realises she needs professional help. Review page 54.
Director Luis Mandoki (1994, 15)
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