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Timetable on Monday 23 December
Great Zimbabwe to Kilimatinde Harvard professor Henry Louis Gates Jr takes his family on a 3,000-mile journey through Zimbabwe, Zambia and Tanzania to visit the village of Kilimatinde near Dares
Salaam where he spent six months as a pre-medical student in 1970.
Pacific. Ferocious fighting characterises the Allied offensive in the Pacific. The Japanese are fanatical in defence and severe casualties are incurred by the Americans as they embark on a two-pronged attack. (BW and Colour)
10.45 The Bomb. America was determined to use its latest weapon. With unconditional surrender not forthcoming from Japan, Enola Gay took flight on 6 August 1945. (BW and colour)
Oliver the Eighth. Stan and Ollie reply to a lonely-hearts advert. (BW)
A classic mystery continues the Watching the Detectives strand. During the Second
World War, Holmes and Watson fly to America to prevent top-secret microfilm falling into Nazi hands. Review page 71.
(1943, U) (BW)
Lt Peter Merriam:
Det Lt Grogan:
Watching the Detectives continues with another outing for Peter Falk as Columbo.
Strange Bedfellows. A young man's debts to the Mob put his family's thoroughbred farm in danger.
The last of today's programmes in the Watching the Detectives strand sees Joan Hickson starring in another of Agatha Christie 's Miss Marple thrillers. A letter from a dead friend sends Miss Marple on a journey around England.
Another edition of the cookery show in which Ainsley Harriott looks back at highlights of the year in the company of more celebrity guests.
Nine male former contestants return to face Anne Robinson once more in the elimination quiz.
Homer supports Mr Burns in his bid to become governor but Marge remains loyal to his political opposition.
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Sleepless in Bel-Air. Will pays for putting off studying until the last minute. And Ashley pays for staying out late on her first date. Jazz saxophonist Branford Marsalis guests.
Another episode can be seen tomorrow at the same time
Tabula Rasa. Willow secretly casts another spell to make Buffy and Tara forget their troubles, but it all goes wrong and the gang find themselves locked in the Magic Box.
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The first episode of the comedy, shown in April 1975.
Plough Your Own Furrow. Tom Good decides commuting is no life for a thinking man and wants to make a fresh start. Written by John Esmonde and Bob Larbey 85 Another episode can be seen tomorrow at the same time
An affectionate look at what the British public love about their homes. Featuring interviews with SirTerence Conran, Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen , Anna Ryder Richardson , Fiona Fullerton , Wayne Hemingway , and illustrated with great comedy moments from British television, this programme looks at 50 years of change behind our front doors. A host of celebrities, including Linda Barker , Anna Ryder
Richardson and Tommy Walsh , show how they have designed their own homes. Narrated by Sarah Alexander. Producer Kerry Richardson ; Executive producer Mark Hill
a Comedy drama. Painfully shy Little Voice has a secret talent: she can mimic famous singers perfectly. When oily would-be impresario - and her mother's new suitor- Ray Say learns of her ability, he pushes her into a public perfomance. Widescreen.Review page 73.
Director Mark Herman (1998.15)
Presented by Gavin Esler.
Editor George Entwistle
The news of David's redundancy is not having the devastating effect on the office that he would have liked, but are brighter things on the horizon in the final episode of series two?
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Host Mark Lamarr and team captains Phill Jupitus and Sean Hughes are joined by guests Lisa Scott-Lee from Steps, music entrepreneur Tony Wilson , comedian
Ben Miller and presenter Kate Thornton.
Drama starring the late Rod Steiger , who died in July 2002. New York City:
Sol Nazerman , a Jewish pawnbroker, survived the Nazi death camps but watched his wife and family perish. His experiences have drained him of all emotional response and nobody can penetrate his self-absorption. Review page 73.
Director Sidney Lumet (1965, 12) (BW)