Yesterday's Premiership games, featuring Newcastle United v Manchester United.
Shown yesterday at 10.30pm on BBC1
Concluding the two-part profile of America's 26th president.
The Good Fight. After shocking America with his decision not to stand for re-election, Roosevelt builds the Panama Canal, becomes the first American to receive the Nobel Peace Prize and introduces wide-ranging social reform. (S)
Animated wildlife wackiness. Eliza and Darwin are embroiled in a battle. (R) (S)
Continuing the run of double episodes from the last series. Franco gets a break in the football world. Nathan tries a new look.
Written by Eanna O'Lochlainn and Judy Forshaw (R) (S)
Disney comedy starring Kurt Russell.
Following an accident in a science lab, a student eats a chemical solution that gives him superhuman strength. When news of the discovery gets out, everyone wants the formula.
Director Vincent McEveety (1975, U)
(S) Films: pp 49-79 ***
Aunt Harriet Crumply:
Annihilator South. Teams from southern England battle it out.
Shown yesterday at 5.05pm (S)
In 1969, director David Lean shot his epic Ryan's Daughter (which can be seen at 2pm) on the coastline of the west of Ireland.
Thirty years on, Sarah Miles , the film's eponymous star, returns to the location to explore the production's legacy. (S) (W)
David Lean 's Oscar-winning romantic epic, starring Robert Mitchum , Sarah Miles ,
Trevor Howard and John Mills. 1916: in the stark Irish coastal village of Kirrary, young Rosy Ryan marries a schoolmaster twice her age. But her passionate nature is soon drawn to a young British officer sent to round up Republican rebels. Widescreen. Charles Shaughnessy Robert Mitchum
(1970,15) (S) (W) Films: pp 49-79 ★★★★★
Charles Shaughnessy Robert
El Viaje Misterioso de Nuestro Jomer (The Mysterious Voyage of Homer). Homer experiences hallucinatory visions after eating Guatemalan peppers. With the voice of Johnny Cash. (S)
The War of Independence. The last of four special editions of the robot challenge series features American and British devices battling for supremacy. Hosted by Craig Charles and Julia Reed. Repeated tomorrow 12.35pm (S)
The penultimate part of the daily dramatisation. The Count has exposed Morcerf's betrayal at the siege of Janina, but it is Morcerf's son who feels obliged to challenge him to a duel. At Morcerf's trial, the Count produces an unexpected witness. Valentine de Villefort is in mortal danger. In French with English subtitles.
For cast see Boxing Day
Sixth of seven episodes being shown on consecutive nights. Smiley has questioned Prideaux about his interrogation by the Russians, but he is even more interested to hear what happened when Prideaux was returned to England.
For more cast see Wednesday 27 December (R) (S)
The Archbishop of Canterbury's traditional message in which he reflects on the past year and looks ahead to 2001. Producer Chris Loughlin
Repeated tomorrow on BBC1 at 12.55pm (S) (W)
Highlights from last summer's strand celebrating the popular culture of one of the 20th century's most flamboyant decades, from fads, fashions and films to stars, sounds and sport. Among the crazes remembered are chopper bikes, clackers, space dust, stretch jeans and pong, while the entertainment highlights include Scooby Doo, The Six Million Dollar Man, The Bionic Woman, Grease and the Muppets.
Director Steven Grandison : Executive producer Alan Brown (S) (W)
Last of four tales by MR James , read by Christopher Lee. ; A Warning to the Curious. Disturbing events surround the discovery of the last East Anglian crown. (S) (WI
Biographical drama starring Ian McKellen , Brendan Fraser and Lynn Redgrave. A semi-fictional account of the last days of notorious Hollywood horror director James Whale and his relationship with a gardener. Widescreen.
Director Bill Condon (1998. 15) (S) (W) James Whale 's Bnde of Frankenstein is at 2am
Films: pp 49-79 *****
Young James Whale:
The annual shindig, hosted by Jools Holland. R 'n' B singer Craig David and rock band Coldplay perform live, while other guests - including Lionel Richie and Jane Horrocks - sing with Jools's Rhythm and Blues Orchestra. The new year will be greeted in traditional fashion by the pipers of the First Battalion of Scots Guards. See Choice. Director Janet Fraser Crook ; Producer Mark Cooper
Repeated tomorrow at 1.20pm (S) (W)
Continuing the Universal Horror season is director
James Whale 's classic starring Boris Karloff and Colin Clive. Frankenstein's monster has not been destroyed, having survived the fire at the end of Frankenstein. Now he can talk, appreciates a good cigar and wants a wife. Ends 3.10am.
(1935, PG) (BW) (S) The Wolf Man is on Tuesday 2 January at 1.10am Films: pp 49-79 *****