Londoners go hop picking.
The Teesside steel firm that built the Sydney "coathanger".
A motorcycle test rider tries to seduce a woman reporter. With
Bill Williams. Network premiere. Director Leon Barsha * FILMS: pages 41-67
Kenny Rogers plays a successful photographer returning to his home town.
King Kong and his son on Skull Island.
With Robert Armstrong. Director Ernest B Schoedsack
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A five-part series.
Today: choristers of Buckfast Abbey sing Gabriel's Messageand Away in a Manger.
The best of the BBC archives from past Christmases, with classic comedy, drama and stars. Starting with The Flowerpot Men
Bill and Ben go skating.
Dr Finlay's Casebook
A festive episode from the 60s drama series set in a Scottish doctor's surgery. (B/w)
The two-part cliffhanger from Christmas 1986.
Episode written by Tony Holland Director Julia Smith
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With Slade, Gary Glitter, Sweet, Wizzard and Pan's People.
A small-town businessman believes his life is a failure until, on Christmas Eve, he finds out how things would have been without him.
With James Stewart.
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Continuing the best of BBC archive entertainment from past Christmases.
A seasonal episode from 1974 of the comedy series written by Ray Galton and Alan Simpson. Starring Wilfrid Brambell and Harry H Corbett.
Producer Douglas Argent
A vintage Christmas of celebrities from 1964.Jack Warner introduces Billy
Cotton, Kathy Kirby, Dick Emery, Andy Stewart, the Likely Lads, Richard Briers and Prunella Scales.
Producer Graeme Muir
With Chris Lowe.
Followed by Weather
Christmas behind bars is the subject of this memorable episode of the award-winning 1980 documentary series. Producer Rex Bloomstein
The Blue Peter Advent crown, Noel Edmonds 's jumpers, stuffing the turkey with Fanny Cradock - a lighthearted look at the television traditions that make up Christmas. Director Bill Eagles
A classic drama by Jack Rosenthal, which was shown on Christmas Day 1975. Starring Maureen Lipman
With the onset of war in 1939, schoolboys Danny and Neville have to leave for Blackpool. They are billeted on Mrs Graham, but her well-intentioned strictness presents too strong a contrast with the Jewish home they have left behind in Manchester.
Choice moments and festive fun from a decade of Britain's best loved comic duo.
Written by Ray Galton and Alan Simpson.
This rare yuletide episode of vintage comedy, not seen since its first screening in 1958, features Tony Hancock ruminating about the imminent demise of his acting career. Why did he ever let Sidney (Sid James) persuade him to play a Viking hero in a cut-price swashbuckling epic?
A ghost story by Charles Dickens , dramatised by Andrew Davies for Christmas 1976.
A lonely signalman is haunted by a hooded figure which seems to warn of danger. But what exactly is the danger?
Producer Rosemary Hill
Director Lawrence Gordon Clark
A Hollywood classic to round off a perfect television Christmas, starring Humphrey Bogart Lauren Bacall
When private eye
Philip Marlowe is summoned to the home of a bedridden millionaire, his visit leads him into a labyrinth of blackmail, drugs and murder.
Director Howard Hawks
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