Introduced by Hazel Irvine .
1.35 Ski Sunday Coverage of the men's downhill from Val Gardena. Julian Tutt commentates, while Matt Chilton is with the women in Veysonnaz, Switzerland.
2.20 Basketball Thames Valley Tigers take on Sheffield Sharks at the NEC in Birmingham in live coverage from the semi-final of the National Cup. Plus news of the other semi-final. Commentary by Stuart Storey , Alton Byrd and Bob Ballard.
4.15 Show Jumping Highlights of the traditional end-of-year extravaganza from Olympia. Commentatary by Michael Tucker , Stephen Hadley and Clare Balding. Producer Sharon Lence ; Editor Michael Cole.
A special seasonal edition of Watch Out in which Simon King reveals howto use mimicry to summon owls and foxes, weird noises to attract seals and spiders, and plain trickery to bring in lizards and glow-worms. Plus, as a festive touch, how to bring a robin onto your hand....
' Fantasy, starring
For young Charlie Bucket a dream comes true when, courtesy of the golden ticket he finds in a candy bar, he not only wins a lifetime's supply of chocolate, but he is also invited to tourthe factory of eccentric sweettycoon Willy Wonka.
Director Mel Stuart (1971.U)
♦ See Films: pages 43-79 ***
Concluding two-part story.
Scorpion. Janeway is forced into an alliance with the Borg when facing an armada of bio-aliens.
Postponedfrom 13 December Forregular cast see Sunday 27 Subtitled... Deep Space Nine - Tuesday 22 at 6.35pm
Continuingthe exploration of our understanding of the planet.
The Living Earth. Aubrey Manning traces the history of life on Earth and finds how chance events have changed the waythat it has evolved. The journey takes in thejungles of Indonesia, the Rocky Mountains in Canada, the gorges of Western Australia and the sweeping African plains. Producer Cynthia Page
Executive producer Richard Reisz
Digital widescreen Subtitled ...
The migration of a million caribou annually across the landscape of Labrador in Canada is one of the greatest wonders of the natural world.
In one of the least populated places on earth, survival expert Ray Mears joins the Innu at their winter hunting camps, and follows one of the amazing transformations of caribou skin into buckskin by using the brains of the animal to tan the hide.
Outspoken Sunday Times columnist A.A. Gill joins presenter Jeremy Clarkson for the last in his run of talk shows. Clarkson concludes his series analysing Britain's European neighbours by turning his attention to the Germans. (Digital widescreen)
Lacking carpets, doors and windows, the logic-defying Lotus Seven has endured against all the odds. Quentin Willson goes back to basics with the do-it-yourself carthatonlythe British could possibly have invented. Producer Scott Tankard
Series producer John Wilcox
Last of a three-part series looking at modern culture. Me/rose Space
In 1995, the Los Angeles
Museum of Contemporary Art commissioned artist Mel Chin to find a new arena for modem work.
Seeing television as the most public space there is in late
20th-century life, Chin, together with a group of artists called the Gala Committee, began incorporating new pieces of art into the set of leading American soap opera Melrose Place.
Chin and the members of Gala describe the aims of the project and reveal how their art has appeared in the soap. Plus actors and members of the production team discussing the impact the work of the artists has had on the programme.
Producer James Kent ; Editor John Wyver
Crime thriller starring
Two drug-dealing brothers in Harlem clash when one wants to quit and leave town, while the other wants to take on a rival dealer and secure theirturf.
Director Leon Ichaso (1993, 18)
+ See Films: pages 43-79 ***
' Crime drama starring
On his release from jail, gangster Augie Cortona tries to re-establish his position in the crime underworld by setting up a sleazy photographic business.
Director John Lemont (1959)
Black and white
♦ See Films: pages 43-79 **
Followed by Weatherview
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