presented by Susanna Reid and Bill Turnbull.
Shown yesterday at 10.30pm
NIcky Campbell and Sonia Deol present moral and religious discussions from the West London Academy in Northolt.
the panel includes actress Mia Farrow and MP Diane Abbott. Director Rob Hopkin ; Series editor
Colourful fantasy comedy starring James Cromwell.
Babe, an orphaned pig, is raised on a farm by a sheepdog.
Although destined for the dinner table, Babe astonishes Farmer
Hoggett and his fellow farmyard animals when he shows talent as a sheep-pig". Review page 77.
Director Chris Noonan (1995, U)
Comedy adventure starring Cuba Gooding Jr and James Coburn. Florida dentist Ted Brooks Is still coming to terms with the 'act he was adopted when he travels to Alaska to pick up an inheritance. But another shock awaits him when he arrives - he's now the proud owner of a pack of sled dogs. Review page 77.
Director Brian Levant (2002, PG)
Cast on pages 214/224
Rolf Harris meets the Royal
Ballet dancers who are bringing characters, such as Peter Rabbit and Squirrel Nutkin, to life. He also visits the Lake District locations famously featured in the author's work. The Royal Ballet's Tales of Beatrix Potter s tomorrow at 1.15pm
Fitness guru Rosemary Conley , a woman who has turned her home into an eco-friendly house, and Andy Hawthorn , the man behind the Churches Hope 08 project, talk to Pam Rhodes. Music featured includes Great Is Thy haithfulness, Over All the Earth, Lord for the Years and Andrea Ross performs her version of What the World Needs Now.
The Special Relationship. When a visitor from the US (George Wendt ) arrives at the manor, Boycie helps him to investigate a secret from his past.
Writers John Sullivan and Keith R Lindsay ; Director Dewi Humphreys Producers Gareth Gwenlan and Henry Klejdys (HD)
Sue Barker presents a special end-of-year edition, looking back at the past 12 months.
The Modernist De La Warr Pavilion at Bexhill-on-sea is the perfect place to identify items from the recent past to be cherished for the future. The team casts their eyes over some colourful, modern collectables Signed (HD)
For Auld Lang Syne. Abs manages to escape the nightclub incident unharmed, only to then put his and Kelsey's lives on the line. See yesterday's choice. Writer Sasha Hails ; Director Paul Murphy ; Producer Ellen Taylor For cast see pages 92 and 162
Billie Piper stars in this sequel to The Ruby in the Smoke, which aired last Christmas. Victorian heroine Sally Lockhart has started her own financial consulting business, and when a client loses a fortune in a firm's collapse, she sets out to investiaate.
Written by Adrian Hodges , based on Philip Pullman 's novel Producer Kate Bartlett ; Director John Alexander
Signed Companion pieces: page 20
Mrs Jamieson Wilcox:
With Emily Maitlis.
Then Weather with Jay Wynne.
Descent into the Maelstrom. Margaret collapses with exhaustion, so Victor tries to nurse her back to health. Writer David Renwick ; Producer Susan Belbin
The two singers, along with the Hoosiers and Newton Faulkner , join the radio station to celebrate the best of British musical talent. Hosted by Stuart Maconie. Director Tim Van Someren ; Producer Serena Cross
Offbeat comedy drama starring Gene Hackman, Anjelica Huston and Gwyneth Paltrow. Review page 78.
Director Wes Anderson (2001, 15)
Signed. Repeats are not indicated.
Holby City Shown last Thursday at 8pm
3.05 Top Gear The team enter an endurance race.
4.05 You Can't Fire Me, I'm Famous