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Teletubbies Count to Christmas
What's behind today's door on the Advent calendar?
Then Clifford the Big Red Dog
Cleo gets a new toy and doesn't want to share it.
Cartoon fun with Wile E Coyote and Bugs Bunny.
7.35 The Wild Thornberrys
Eliza helps Nigel with his filming.
On the interactive show, the winning girls from Popstars - the Rivals perform their debut single - will it be Christmas number one? Body language expert Nina Ashby reveals what your mannerisms say about you.
Plus more fun with Rugrats, Bugs Bunny, Even Stevens, The Scooby-Doo Show, and Jackie Chan Adventures.
Presented by Fearne Cotton, Reggie Yates and DJ Devstar.
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10.50 Call the Shots
On location with the costume designer on the English Civil War film To Kill a King, and there's also a profile of Mike Myers.
Shown last Friday
Series Producer ("Smile"):
Jones gets involved with a Broadway-bound singer, a bohemian poet and a socialite. Anne Heche guest stars.
Highlights from the series in which Chris Beardshaw visits landscapes that may inspire gardeners.
Joe Swift visits his favourite private garden in Porlock, Somerset.
Shown last Friday
Presented by John Inverdale and Hazel Irvine.
1.35 Ski Sunday
The show's 25th season begins at the resort of St Moritz, the home of this season's Alpine World Skiing championships. There's a feature on Britain's
Alain Baxter, who recently returned to World Cup slalom racing after being stripped of his Olympic bronze medal for unwittingly using a banned substance.
Live coverage from York of the UK championship final. Last year, Ronnie O'Sullivan became the fifth player to win both the world and UK titles. He will face stiff competition this year from the likes of five-time UK champion Stephen Hendry and world champion Peter Ebdon.
During the snooker's mid-session interval, there's highlights from the weekend's European Cup group matches, with all six participating Premiership clubs hoping to qualify for the quarter-finals.
Frank becomes suspicious of his neighbour's intentions.
Written by Raymond Allen
A year in the life of a family of British roe deer and a herd of sika deer - originally introduced from Japan. From winter mornings to a summer of play, the herds are tracked by cameraman John Loader in Dorset's forests and marshes.
Producer Roger Webb
Series producers Wendy Darke and Simon Nash
Jonathan Scott , Simon King and Saba Douglas-Hamilton survey the latest happenings in Kenya's Masai Mara, where hunting school continues for Honey's cheetah cubs. The Marsh lions are faced with an old and dangerous adversary, and while Shadow the leopard has a run-in with a baboon, the fate of her last cub becomes known.
Executive producer Fiona Pitcher www.bbc.co.uk/nature
A Life with Cougars. When a cougar killed the family dog at their wilderness home, two Canadian film-makers found they needed to understand this mysterious animal in a new way. A lonely quest into snowy forests followed.
Producers Jeff and Sue Turner ; Series editor Michael Gunton
An episode from the series presented by Professor Richard Holmes , looking at turning points in the Second World War using personal testimony with rarely seen archive film.
ElAlamein. Montgomery's victory over Rommel, Germany's commander in North Africa, in October 1942 was a brilliant success but was not without great human cost.
Director David Wilson ; Series producer Mark Fielder
Coverage from the final of the UK championship at York. A year ago Ronnie O'Sullivan was at his brilliant best as he crushed Dublin's Ken Doherty 10-1. Tonight a maximum of ten frames will decide the new champion, who will receive a cheque for £84,500. Introduced by Hazel Irvine with six-times winner Steve Davis and the 1991 champion John Parrott. Commentary comes from Clive Everton, Dennis Taylor, Willie Thorne and Terry Griffiths.
In a simulcast with BBC4, a double bill of episodes brings the Second World War drama series to a close.
Why We Fight. Easy Company finally cross the German border. A patrol discovers an abandoned Nazi concentration camp and news arrives of Hitler's death.
Contains violence and strong language.
11.25 Points. Easy Company enters the Bavarian town of Berchtesgaden, once home to the Third Reich's top officers, and captures Hitler's mountaintop fortress. Facing the prospect of deployment to the Pacific, the men compare their "points" to see who has earned enough to go home.
The Making of Band of Brothers follows at 12.25am on BBC4
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John Doe. John Doggett wakes up in a dusty Mexican town - but has no memory of who he is or why he is there. The series continues in the new year. www bbc co uk/cult/xfiles