Presented by Simon Parkin , Andi Peters and Philippa Forrester. Starting with Comic adventures with a group of wild, zany and adorable puppets. (R)
Animation narrated by Ray Brooks. (R)
The Playbus stops at the Tent Stop, where Humphrey and Wobble Clown join
Trish Cooke , Ricky Diamond and Helen Griffm to tell the story A Little Magic by Karen McCallum. (R)
A series about legends.
Today: Scotland's St Columba and the Loch Ness Monster. With Alwyne Taylor ,
Dave Benson Phillips and children from the Glenurquhart Primary School, Drumnadrochit.
Producer Peter Chartton (R)
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Cartoon about a boy puppet.
A children's multi-faith series by Nick Mclvor.
Upwardly Mobile. Michael (Kieran Cunningham ) has ambitious plans and Robert
(Colin Kerrigan ) has problems with the multi-faith festival. With Sayan Akaddas.
Cartoon story about pixies in an enchanted forest.
What did the first television look like? How do volcanoes erupt? Why does the sea go in and out? With Sophie Aldred ,
Simon Davies and Jo Korna. (R) 0 QUESTIONS: write to Comers, BBCtv. London W12 7RJ.
Cartoon adventures. Another one of Presto's spells misfires, this time leaving Presto and Uni to search for the others, who are trapped in a giant's castle. (R)
Review of the Year
With Yvette Fielding,
John Leslie and Diane-Louise Jordan.
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Cartoon adventures. His Heinous Highness kidnaps
Flash, clones him and puts him under the Inquisitor.
A three-part ghost story for children by Robert Westall. 1: Anne, miserable and rebellious, finds herself drawn to the Watch House.
What have judges, Hell's
Angels and a dog on a bicycle got in common? Plus music and TV clips.-
Music, news, competitions, the stars' tips for the top pop hits and a chance to choose this week's CBBC video.
Peter O'Toole Alec Guinness
Anthony Quinn Jack Hawkins
Young Lt Lawrence yearns to escape Cairo, and his chance comes with a mission to contact Prince Feisal, a leader of the Arab revolt against the occupying Turks. But even as his reputation for invincibility grows, self-doubt sets in. Director David Lean 's acclaimed classic is here shown in the restored
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Symphony No 8 in F, Op 93
Sometimes referred to as the 'little F major', this work seems to look back towards the 18th century, but with typically Beethovenian imagination and wit. Roger Norrington conducts the London Classical Players.
(Symphony No 9 tomorrow at 2.30pm)
Australia v England.
Richie Benaud introduces highlights of the final day's . play in Melbourne.
There have been 500 World
Championship Grands Prix, with 500 jubilant winners, and more than 10,000 despondent losers. Relive your favourite moments from some 40 years of motor racing and discover a few you didn't know existed. It's all here in a kaleidoscope of colour, action and memories.
Producer Charles Balchin
A Cheerleader production for BBCtv
A Century of Barbarians
Today's special edition is a tribute to the world's most famous rugby club in its centenary year. Presented by Cliff Morgan , the programme includes nostalgic action from the Baa-Baas' greatest matches. Plus, highlights of the Baa-Baas' traditional
Christmas fixture against
Leicester, with commentary from Nigel Starmer-Smith . Introduced by Chris Rea. Director Bob Abrahams
Producer Peter Brown
A fHmNOVA production for BBCtv
First showing on network television, starring
Mel Brooks , John Candy
The evil leaders of the planet Spaceball, having foolishly squandered their atmosphere, devise a plan to take every breath of air away from their peaceful neighbour, the planet Druidia. Mel Brooks, director of Blazing Saddles and Young Frankenstein , crosses mankind's ultimate frontier in this wild comedy.
Producer/Director Mel Brooks
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Voice of Dot Matrix:
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The lions of Musiara Marsh in Kenya have to struggle to survive. Once their favoured prey migrate south, food is hard to find. Often the only choice is to tackle large and dangerous quarry. The film follows Kali, her cubs and the other members of the pride through the lean months and up to the return of the zebra and wildebeest.
Directed and photographed by Simon King
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Architecture critic Martin
Pawley looks at the growing number of big sheds being built in Britain. Are they the new architecture for . the future?
Producer Renee Knight
The last in the series.
The famous comedienne performs on stage, with William Blezard at the piano. Music composed by Richard Ansell and William Blezard.
Joyce Grenfell was
'discovered' by revue creator
Herbert Farjeon when she was 29, while telling a story at a party. (R)
Sir Arthur Streeb-Greebling (Peter Cook ) chooses his 12 Christmas gifts in conversation with Ludovic Kennedy. 5: Gold Rings
Starring Sean Connery Michael Caine
1880s: tired of life as disreputable conmen, Dravot and Camehan - former British Army sergeants who have remained in India - plan to venture beyond the north-west frontier into Kurfuristan. There, as the first Europeans since Alexander the Great, they aim to find fame and fortune by setting themselves up as kings in John Huston's superb adaptation of the story by Rudyard Kipling.
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Three jazz legends head tonight's bill: Miles Davis , Dizzy Gillespie and the Modem Jazz Quartet. (R)