Presented by Bill Turnbull and Sian Williams. (S)
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The hottest day of the year arrives, with RSPCA officers on a mission to save some horses. Plus Tom Heap witnesses an operation to protect a bird of prey. (R) (S)
A look at the fate of three properties sold at auction - a site in north London, a flat in Folkestone and a spacious home in Plymouth. (R) (S)
Followed by News; Weather (S)
Elvis fan Alan Fry from Southend on-Sea wants to raise cash for a stunt-plane ride. (R) (S)
Paul Hayes helps Pat and John Beard sell their collectables at auction to raise cash for a trip of a lifetime to Las Vegas. Alistair Appleton presents. (R) (S)
Followed by News; Weather (S)
The contestants have a field day at an antiques fair at Deene Park, Northamptonshire. (R) (S)
Regional News; Weather (S)
A chance to see the 2002 Christmas special in which the Trotters embark on a booze cruise to France. (R) (S)
Suburban comedy starring Patricia Routledge, Clive Swift and Geoffrey Hughes. (R) (S)
Jessica tells of a canine-related murder case. (R) (S)
Tim Vincent helps a couple find a Lincolnshire retreat. (Revised repeat) (S)
With Adrian Chiles and Christine Bleakley. (S)
Archie's threats escalate, but Ronnie has more serious concerns to occupy her mind. Stacey makes a tough decision about her future.
Cast on pages 120/220
Repeated at 10pm on BBC3 (S) (AD)
Features, Blogs: [web address removed]
Followed by News Update (S)
The arrival of an old friend compels Linden to finally face up to his guilt over his wife's death. Michael enlists the help of Oliver and Maria to clear the wards of patients for Christmas.
Cast on page 200
Signed rpt on Sun 27 December 1.25am (S) (AD)
5/5 One of a new set of images shows Rebecca holding a gun over some dead teenagers. Will she have the power to change her own appalling destiny?
Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel (see page 133)
Archived Tamzin Outhwaite Video: [web address removed]
Dl Rebecca Flint:
Dr Christian King:
DS Ben Holt:
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DCI Sarah Bower:
With Huw Edwards.
Regional News; Weather with Elizabeth Saary. (S)
Scrabble used to be seen as a rather staid, middle-aged pastime, but the game has been rediscovered online by the younger generation, thanks to the copyright-busting Scrabulous. Lana Botney sets out to discover why the word game remains so popular. Celebrity fans such as Moby, Richard Herring and Lynn Barber explain why nabbing a triple word score is a source of such delight. Presented by Alan Yentob.(S)
Alan Yentob's music and arts round-up: page 52
Seasonal romantic comedy. Waitress Trudie is desperate to prove to her parents that she's a success. When she's dumped by her latest boyfriend, she kidnaps a customer at gunpoint and forces him to pose as the ideal son-in-law at a family gathering. (2007) (S) (W)
Followed by Weatherview (S)
Gertrude Trudie Chandler:
Repeats not indicated.
Combating violence against women. (S)
1.45 Rick Stein's Christmas Odyssey
Tips for leftover cold turkey. (S) (AD)
Also on tomorrow 5.50pm on BBC2
2.45 Wonderland: 8/8
Following a Bristol choir made up of people with Alzheimer's and their spouses. (S) (AD)
3.25 Defying Gravity: 11/13
The crew face the loneliness of space.
Shown Sat 19 December 12.10am on BBC2 (S) (AD)
Chef/presenter (Rick Stein's Christmas Odyssey):