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(With sign language)
(Shown yesterday at 5pm on BBC1)
7.25 The Basil Brush Show
Molly and Basil face a bully.
7.50 The Woody Woodpecker Show
(Shown yesterday at 3.45pm on BBC1)
8.15 The Cramp Twin
Crisis looms at the pet shop.
8.30 The Wild Thornberrys
Grandma and Grandpa pay a visit.
Can the six find their way out of the canyon?
(More cast Tuesday)
9.45 Kenan and Kel
The duo seek help in a forbidding town.
Clifford the Big Red Dog
Emily learns that her own backyard is an amazing place.
10.30 Dr Otter
Chaos reigns when Melvyn falls ill.
10.40 Andy Pandy
Looby Loo and Andy set sail.
Shown yesterday at 3.25pm on BBC1
11.05 Teletubbies Count to Christmas
Another advent moment.
Then Pingu The tiny penguin has a snowball fight.
Fizz gets her dream toy but then finds it turns into a nightmare.
A Spanish girl plays her violin.
Followed by CBeebies Birthdays
Substitute Father. The cabbies look after Elaine's son Jason while she is away. Then Afoot Again In the Past Dan Cruickshank visits an old pub.
Taiwanese children draw symbols on red paper.
The little penguin decides to play a game of curling.
A widow who is intent on marrying a dependable man to secure her future then meets drifter Steve.
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Zeinab Badawi with reports from Parliament.
(Digital: BBC London
Staff celebrate a new arrival and await the results of a pregnancy test on a rhino.
Another stateside version of the elimination quiz.
Dover. Two contestants from Scotland are aided by "skyrunner" Suzi Perry as they attempt to find and solve clues hidden around the Kent coast. Dermot Murnaghan presents the fourth edition.
Once More, with Feeling. This acclaimed musical episode -written and directed by series creator Joss Whedon - pits the gang against a sharp-dressing demon, who encourages each of them to share their feelings through the medium of song. The series continues on 2 January.
Repeated, uncut, tomorrow at 12.55am Fancy the Buffy theme on your mobile? Visit www.radiotimes.com Devil of a musical episode: page 29
Parking ticket woman:
The Missing Castle. Turning back the clock to the age of chivalry and knights on horseback, the team go on a quest to find a medieval castle in Herefordshire. Mysterious marks on the ground, visible only from the air, offer the promise of the site and a jousting arena. Jo Caruth , Mark Horton and Dave MacLeod assess the evidence in the last of the series.
Producer Chris Paton ; Series producer Andrew Thompson www.bbc.co.uk/history/programmes/timeflyers/
Tulse Hill to Sussex. Outbuildings large enough to house an aeroplane are among the requirements for this evening's couple. Anxious to flee south London's noise and traffic, Stuart and Katie Lloyd enlist the help of Catherine Gee in their bid to find a country retreat in Sussex.
Producer Kate Roberts WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/homes
Geneve. Canterbury hairdresser Geneve - with her Tina Turner hairstyle, colour-clashing wardrobe and habit of disregarding style advice - proved an uphill struggle for Trinny Woodall and Susannah Constantine when they first met her. A year later, has she mellowed and taken heed, or will the sparks fly in another clash of the sartorial titans? Director Nick Bray; Series editor Tracy Jeune
The Secret of El Dorado. The legend of a lost kingdom of gold, lying hidden in the Amazon jungle, sparked one of the most famous wild-goose chases in history. But recent archaeological investigations have revealed traces of a society - as advanced as that of the Egyptians or the Incas - in the very heart of the rainforest. This civilisation possessed a secret with the power to transform theirworld; a secret that some believe could be used to transform ours.
Producer David Sington ; Executive producer Matthew Barrett
Following the lives of families with genetic diseases.
The Gorry Family. For years, healthy young members of the extended Gorry family - whose members ranged from Bermuda to Australia - have continued to fall victim to sudden death syndrome, the result of a rare rogue gene. Now a cure is available - but can they all be traced in time?
Series producer Steve Greenwood
Executive producer Tessa Finch
Presented by Kirsty Wark.
Gina Yashere and Sody Funjabi are among the special guests as Russell Peters introduces a one-off programme showcasing the best in multi-cultural stand-up comedy.
Producer Jas Shetra ; Director Merrick Simmonds
With Andrew Neil.