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: Doctor Who Confidential: 1/2: Lords and Masters

A glimpse behind the scenes, featuring an interview with David Tennant.
Part two can be seen on New Year's Day at 7.55pm
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Doctor Who Confidential
7.00pm BBC3,8.00pm BBC HD
Documentary
Indulge your Who cravings to the max as Lords and Masters reveals the mechanics behind the tenth Doctor's penultimate stand and hears from the key players: David Tennant, John Simm, Bernard Cribbins, June Whitfield and director Euros Lyn. And you won't want to miss the New Year's Day edition, Allons-y! As well as wise words from guest star Timothy Dalton, producer Gillane Seaborne promises that "Confidential is there every step of the way" for Tennant's final showdown, poignant farewells and regeneration. (Patrick Mulkern)

Contributors

Interviewee: David Tennant
Interviewee: John Simm
Interviewee: Bernard Cribbins
Interviewee: June Whitfield
Interviewee: Euros Lyn

: Top of the Pops Christmas

A rundown of the year's most successful songs. Hosted by Fearne Cotton and Reggie Yates.
Shown at 2pm on BBC1 (S)

Contributors

Presenter: Fearne Cotton
Presenter: Reggie Yates

: Billy Elliot

Bittersweet drama set against the 1984 miners' strike, starring Jamie Bell, Julie Walters and Gary Lewis. Eleven-year-old Billy Elliot faces a grim life in a northern colliery town. Then he discovers an unlikely love for ballet and, urged on by formidable dance teacher Mrs Wilkinson, seeks to improve his prospects. (2000, 15) (S) (AD) (W)

Contributors

Director: Stephen Daldry
Billy Elliot: Jamie Bell
Mrs Wilkinson: Julie Walters
Jackie Elliot: Gary Lewis

: Shrek the Halls

Festive animated short featuring the all whimsical cast of the hit film series. Shrek settles down for a quiet Christmas with Fiona and the babies - but Donkey has other plans.
Shown at 4.55pm on BBC1 (S) (AD)

: Jack-Jack Attack

Spin-off from the hit animation The Incredibles, in which the family's son causes mayhem for his babysitter. (S)

: Family Guy

Series seven. The family go on a road trip to the Grand Canyon. (S)

11.35 Peter brings home a new dog, prompting Brian to leave. (S)

: EastEnders

See choice, p158
Shown at 8pm on BBC1
Cast on pages 120/220 (S) (AD)

: Gavin & Stacey

See choice, p158
Shown at 10pm on BBC1
For regular cast see page 233 (S) (AD)

: Russell Howard's Good News Xmas Special

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Contributors

Comedian: Russell Howard

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